For the 19th season of The Bachelorette, we’re in for double trouble, with not one, but two ladies vying for love. Former contestants on The Bachelor, Rachel Recchia and Gabby Windey will co-lead the series as they search for their respective partners.
As you’re gearing up for The Bachelorette premiere on Monday, July 11 and to get your fix of reality TV shows between episodes, these four options will to keep you all up in the drama.
No better way to refamiliarize yourself with the ladies (and devoted suiters) of The Bachelorette than with a journey through the past. Whether you’re caught up or not, with 18 seasons to explore, there’s tons of romance, intrigue and scandal to keep you entertained. Catch up on ABC.
Ex on the Beach
Can you imagine being stuck in paradise with a bunch of hot single reality stars, and then your ex shows up? That’s the scenario that Ex on the Beach puts into play, and we just get to sit back and watch it all unfold. Watch Ex on the Beach season 5 on MTV now.
A fresh new set of housemates came together this week on Big Brother 24, bringing new alliances, loyalties and the inevitable evictions, to our screens. And if you’re wondering what some of the Big Brother cast has been up, ponder no more.
DIRECTV tracked down some of your favorite reality show celebrities and brought them together to give insight, share stories and have a few laughs. Get a dose of ROMANTIC ADVICE from Big Brother alums like Morgan Willet and Brett Robinson as well as Ika Wong and Demestres Giannitsos.
In the latest episode or ROMANTIC ADVICE, Mike Mulderrig and Arisce Wanzer from Ex on the Beach talk through proper communication, open relationships and being left on read.
Tune into ABC on Mondays to watch the The Bachelorette.
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