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The Bachelorette
The Bachelorette
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GenreDating game show
Presented byChris Harrison
Country of originUnited States
Original English
No. of seasons15
No. of episodes169
Executive Elan Gale
Running time40-125 minutes
Original networkABC
Picture format480i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Original releaseJanuary 8, 2003 (2003-01-08) -
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The Bachelorette is an American reality television dating game show that debuted on ABC on January 8, 2003. The show is a spin-off of The Bachelor that airs on the same network. The first season featured Trista Rehn, the runner-up date from the first season of The Bachelor, offering the opportunity for Rehn to choose a husband among 25 bachelors. The 2004 season of The Bachelorette again took a runner-up from the previous season of The Bachelor. After last airing on February 28, 2005, the series returned to ABC during the spring of 2008, following an absence of three years.[1]

On August 5, 2019, the series was renewed for a sixteenth season.[2]


All of the rules are adapted from the rules of The Bachelor, its parent show. As the name implies, the series revolves around a single bachelorette (deemed eligible), who is usually a former contestant from the previous Bachelor season, and a pool of romantic interests (typically 25; 30 in season 5), which could include a potential husband for the bachelorette; it is a gender-reversed version of its parent show. The show starts with the bachelorette standing in front of the mansion and greeting each male contestant individually as they make an entrance to the bachelorette. After each rose ceremony, at least one contestant does not receive a rose and goes home; therefore, the pool of contenders gets smaller, which eventually leaves the bachelorette to decide between two contestants in the final rose ceremony.

For the final selection, one of two male suitors proposes to the bachelorette. All fifteen seasons of The Bachelorette have ended with a proposal which the bachelorette either accepted or declined. Trista Rehn's marriage to Ryan Sutter, Ashley Hebert's marriage to JP Rosenbaum, Desiree Hartsock's marriage to Chris Siegfried, and Rachel Lindsay's marriage to Bryan Abasolo have been the only marriages to result. The weddings of the first two were broadcast on ABC.

Season 11 was the first season to feature a twist in casting. Since producers could not decide between The Bachelor Season 19 contenders Kaitlyn Bristowe and Britt Nilsson, the 25 men participating had to decide which bachelorette would make the best wife. In the end, more men voted for Kaitlyn and Britt was sent home on the first night.[3]

Season 13 was the first season to have an African-American contestant, Rachel Lindsay, as the lead in the entire Bachelor franchise.

Questions of authenticity

Family Guy parodied the show's authenticity in the episode "Brian the Bachelor" on June 26, 2005.

The Bachelorette season 4 winner, Jesse Csincsak, commented that contestants must follow producers' orders and that a storyline was fabricated in the editing room.[4]

On March 15, 2010, The Bachelorette creator Mike Fleiss appeared on 20/20 to confess that he developed the show's contestants into characters that catered to his audience's tastes, and that they "need [their] fair share of villains every season".[5] Fleiss has come under fire for admitting that The Bachelor has less to do with reality than it does making good television.[6]

By season 7 of The Bachelorette, some believed that actors were being hired by ABC to play specific roles on the show. Some viewers were becoming tired of the show's scripted nature and speaking out.[7] By season 8, there were numerous complaints when the entire cast of The Bachelorette overtly acted out the show's written script with the cast of The Muppets.[8]


Much like the parent show, the first two seasons were filmed in a luxurious house in Los Angeles County, California, and "Villa De La Vina" in Agoura Hills, California for later seasons. Since the fifth season, the third and remaining episodes filmed around the world. Episodes have been filmed throughout the United States, Canada, Spain, Iceland, Turkey, Portugal, Thailand, China (Hong Kong only), Bermuda, England, Croatia, Czech Republic, Germany, France, Italy, Belgium and Ireland. In season 3, filming was located in New York City;[9]Charlotte, North Carolina for season 8, where Emily Maynard lived so that she could stay with her daughter Ricki during production.[10][11] In addition to Villa De La Vina mansion, the contestants in season 4 lived in a bunkhouse close to the mansion.


# Original run Bachelorette Winner Runner-up Proposal Still together Relationship notes
1 January 8-February 19, 2003 Trista Rehn Ryan Sutter Charlie Maher Yes Yes Rehn and Sutter were married on December 6, 2003 on national television.[12] They have two children, Maxwell Alston "Max" (born 2007) and Blakesley Grace (born 2009).[13][14]
2 January 14-February 26, 2004 Meredith Phillips Ian Mckee Matthew Hickl Yes No Phillips and McKee were engaged at the end of the show but ended their relationship in February 2005.[15][16]
3 January 10-February 28, 2005 Jen Schefft Jerry Ferris John Paul Merritt No/Yes[a] No During the first live final rose ceremony, Schefft chose Ferris over Meritt. Ferris proposed to Schefft, but she rejected his proposal.[17][18]
4 May 19-July 7, 2008 DeAnna Pappas Jesse Csincsak Jason Mesnick Yes No Pappas chose Csincsak, and their wedding was set for May 9, 2009, but they broke up in November 2008.[19]
5 May 18-July 28, 2009 Jillian Harris Ed Swiderski Kiptyn Locke Yes No Harris, the first Canadian bachelorette, chose Ed Swiderski in the finale, but in July 2010, it was announced that Harris and Swiderski had broken up.[20]
6 May 24-August 2, 2010 Ali Fedotowsky Roberto Martinez Chris Lambton Yes No Fedotowsky and Martinez got engaged in the season finale, but the couple broke up in November 2011.[21]
7 May 23-August 1, 2011 Ashley Hebert J.P. Rosenbaum Ben Flajnik Yes Yes Hebert and Rosenbaum married on December 1, 2012, and their wedding aired as a TV special on December 16 of that year.[22][23][24] The couple have two children, a son born in 2014[25] and a daughter born in 2016.[26]
8 May 14-July 23, 2012 Emily Maynard[27] Jef Holm Arie Luyendyk Jr. Yes No Maynard and Holm ended their relationship in October 2012.[28]
9 May 27-August 5, 2013[29] Desiree Hartsock[30] Chris Siegfried Drew Kenney Yes Yes Hartsock and Siegfried were married on January 18, 2015 and currently live in Portland, Oregon.[31] They have two children together, sons born in 2016[32] and 2019.[33]
10 May 19-July 28, 2014[34] Andi Dorfman[35] Josh Murray Nick Viall Yes No Murray proposed to Dorfman in the season finale. However, the two announced their breakup on January 8, 2015.[36]
11 May 18-July 27, 2015[37] Kaitlyn Bristowe[38] Shawn Booth Yes No Bristowe and her fellow The Bachelor season 19 contestant Britt Nilsson were selected as candidates. In the second episode, the men chose Bristowe to be the Bachelorette. Bristowe then picked Shawn Booth in the finale. The couple officially ended their relationship in September 2018, but it wasn't made public until November of that year.[39]
12 May 23-August 1, 2016[40] JoJo Fletcher[41] Jordan Rodgers Robby Hayes Yes Yes Rodgers proposed to Fletcher in the finale, and the two are still engaged as of February 2020. The two star in a series called Cash Pad on CNBC, where they flip houses.[42] Rodgers re-proposed to Fletcher on August 25, 2019.[43]
13 May 22-August 7, 2017[44] Rachel Lindsay[45] Bryan Abasolo Peter Kraus Yes Yes Lindsay and Abasolo were married on August 24, 2019.[46][47]
14 May 28-August 6, 2018[48] Becca Kufrin[49] Garrett Yrigoyen Blake Horstmann Yes Yes Kufrin and Yrigoyen are still engaged as of February 2020.
15 May 13-July 30, 2019[50] Hannah Brown[51] Jed Wyatt Tyler Cameron Yes No On the season's finale, it was revealed that Brown and Wyatt broke up in June 2019 after Brown discovered that Wyatt had a girlfriend at the time of filming. Wyatt also admitted that he went on the show to promote his music career.[52][53] After the show, she reached out to Tyler Cameron and went on a date, although the relationship did not progress.
  1. ^ During the season finale, Schefft rejected both the two finalists in the final rose ceremony.


On April 10, 2019, it was announced that a two-hour special titled Bachelorette Reunion: The Biggest Bachelorette Reunion in Bachelor History Ever! would premiere on May 6, 2019. Bachelorettes from seasons 2 and 3, Meredith Phillips and Jen Schefft didn't make an appearance during the reunion special.[54]


Season Timeslot (ET) Premiered Ended TV season Avg. Viewers
(in millions)
Date Premiere
(in millions)
Date Finale
(in millions)
After the Final Rose
(in millions)
1 Wednesday 9:00 pm January 8, 2003 17.40[55] February 19, 2003 20.40[55] N/A 2002-03 16.65[56]
2 January 14, 2004 12.36[57] February 26, 2004 13.53[57] Unknown[i] 2003-04
3 Monday 9:00 pm[ii] January 10, 2005 9.12[58] March 21, 2005 8.37[58] 11.33[58] 2004-05
4 Monday
8:00 pm
May 19, 2008 8.08[59] July 7, 2008 9.53[59] 9.90[59] 2007-08
5 May 18, 2009 8.69[60] July 28, 2009 10.00[60] 7.99[60][i] 2008-09
6 May 24, 2010 9.08[61] August 2, 2010 11.73[61] 11.32[61] 2009-10
7 May 23, 2011 9.02[62] August 1, 2011 9.75[63] 9.31[63] 2010-11 8.33[64]
8 May 14, 2012 8.05[64] July 23, 2012 8.86[64] 8.80[64] 2011-12 7.50[64]
9 May 27, 2013 5.99[65] August 5, 2013 8.94[65] 8.31[65] 2012-13 6.75[65]
10 May 19, 2014 7.17[66] July 28, 2014 8.00[66] 8.15[66] 2013-14 6.76[66]
11 May 18, 2015 7.10[67] July 27, 2015 8.13[67] 7.94[67] 2014-15 6.86[67]
12 May 23, 2016 6.63[68] August 1, 2016 8.57[68] 8.10[68] 2015-16 6.83[68]
13 May 22, 2017 5.66[69] August 7, 2017 7.57[69] 2016-17 5.89[69]
14 May 28, 2018 5.50[70] August 6, 2018 6.71[71] 2017-18
15 May 13, 2019 4.77[72] July 30, 2019 7.48[73] 2018-19
  1. ^ a b The "After the Final Rose" special aired the next day.
  2. ^ The finale aired for 120 minutes at the earlier time of 8:00 pm.
  3. ^ In the fourth season, three episodes aired at the later time of 9:00 pm on May 19, May 26 and June 16.
  4. ^ Seasons five though seven aired at the later time of 9:00 pm.
  5. ^ The eighth season premiere aired for 90 minutes at the later time of 9:30 pm. One episode aired at the later time of 9:00 pm on May 21.
  6. ^ The tenth season premiere aired for 90 minutes at the later time of 9:30 pm.
  7. ^ In the eleventh season there was a two-night premiere. The first night of the premiere aired at the later time of 9:00 pm. The second night of the premiere aired for 60 minutes at 8:00 pm the next day. One episode aired at the later time of 9:00 pm on May 25.

International versions

Country Name Host Network Date premiered
 Australia [74] The Bachelorette Australia Osher Günsberg[75] Network Ten September 23, 2015[75]
 Canada [76] The Bachelorette Canada Noah Cappe W Network September 13, 2016
 Denmark[77] Drømmekvinden TV Danmark September 12, 2004
 Finland[78] Bachelorette Suomi 2016
 Germany Die Bachelorette RTL November 24, 2004
 India The Bachelorette India Rohit Roy Life OK October 23, 2013
 New Zealand [79] The Bachelorette New Zealand Art Green TVNZ 2 January 27, 2020
 Romania [80] Burl?ci?a C?t?lin Botezatu (Season 1)
Bogdan Vl?d?u (Season 2)
Radu V?lcan (Season 3)
Antena 1 July 7, 2011
 Slovenia Sanjska ?enska [sl] POP TV 1st season: 2005
2nd season: 2006
 Sweden Bachelorette Sverige [sv] TV3 March 27, 2011[81]
  Switzerland [82] Die Bachelorette (Schweiz) [de] 3+ April 27, 2015

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