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    TV Guide: The Bachelors Australia on 10 and 10 Play

    With three brand new Bachies, the eleventh season of The Bachelors Australia promises triple the sparks, triple the butterflies and triple the jitters.

    The Bachelors Australia premieres on Sunday, December 3 at 7:30 pm on 10 and 10 Play.

    This season, every episode will be available to stream on 10 Play the night before they’re broadcast on 10. Episode one is available to stream on 10 Play now. 

    Over the summer, three suitors – Wesley, Ben and Luke are all on a quest to find “the one”. 10 have teased that fireworks will fly and tensions will rise as the Bachelors will try to find their forever fairytale. 

    Entering the Melbourne mansion are 24 women, all looking for a romance of a lifetime.

    Swapping Queensland for Melbourne are Mining Administrator, Brea; Interior Designer, Jade; Tattoo Artist, Kristen; PR Manager, Mckenna; and Registered Nurse, Tabitha, who compares her love life to the rom-com, 27 Dresses, because “no matter how hard I’ve tried to find the one, I’m always the bridesmaid and never the bride.”

    Flying cross country from Western Australia is Beauty Therapist, Ellie; and hailing from the Northern Territory is Indigenous Mentor, Mel.

    Evie, a Professional Development Specialist, crosses the border from South Australia. While Evie doesn’t necessarily believe in love at first sight, she believes in a spark at first sight.

    Heading down from New South Wales are Health Projects Manager, Aarthi; Nursing Student, Amelia; Hairdresser, Carla; Medical Researcher, Dana; Environmental Scientist, Holly; Category Manager, Lana; Interior Design Student, Lisa; and Pageant Queen turned Flight Attendant, Nella.

    From Victoria are Property Developer, Anastasia; Business Owner, Angela; Make Up Artist, Angie; Jewellery Salesperson, Caitlin; IT Analyst, Chrystal; Marketing Specialist, Maddison; Project Manager, Natalie and Model, Yasemin. Yasemin has been a fan of The Bachelor since it first aired, saying that “I couldn’t think of a more perfect couple than Sam and Snezana. I want that kind of love, so pure and beautiful.”

    The new season of The Bachelors is staying fresh by fully leaning into something that baffling, has gone missing from dating shows in the past decade.

    Head of creative production and entertainment at Paramount Australia, Tamara Simoneau told Mediaweek: “One of the big things we have done, following on from the success of shows like Bridgerton, is really leaning into the romance aspect. You’ll find on dating shows that the romance isn’t necessarily real and the drama most times takes over, but this season the success of the true romance will be on show.”

    The Bachelors Australia is produced by Warner Bros. Television Production Australia for Network 10.

    The Bachelors Australia premieres on Sunday, December 3 at 7:30 pm on 10 and 10 Play.

    The post TV Guide: The Bachelors Australia on 10 and 10 Play appeared first on Mediaweek.

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