The new season of The Bachelor: Bachelor in Paradise premieres this Sunday night and promises to be the biggest ratings success of the show’s seven-season run.
In addition to a record-breaking viewership, the show has also managed to turn a new generation of millennial viewers on to the concept of investing.
“I’m very happy that the first season has really resonated with young adults.
I think that the audience is really looking for something different,” executive producer and showrunner Andrew Solomon told The Hollywood Reporter.
“I think it’s a fantastic time for millennials to be in the spotlight.”
Solomon also told THR that he expects the first episode to generate as much as $1 million for the show, which is airing in just two weeks.
As for the upcoming season of the Bachelor, Solomon said it’s in the works, with the network still “focusing on the next few episodes.”
“We’re definitely going to be looking at the next two weeks and figuring out how to do that,” he said.
“The first two episodes are very important for the business, for the brand, for us as a show.
Solomons and co-executive producer Jeff Daniels have spent the past year working on the series, which was first produced in 2013. “
We have a couple of episodes that we are definitely going into the next week or so to sort of polish those episodes up and put them out in the middle of the week.”
Solomons and co-executive producer Jeff Daniels have spent the past year working on the series, which was first produced in 2013.
They have been producing it for seven years and have developed it into a television network.
It has also been a big hit among millennials, who are currently consuming more than $1 billion of video content per year.
“They love it and it’s become such a global phenomenon,” Solomon said.
He said he’s excited about the idea of more viewers being able to enjoy the show on their phones.
“We think that if people want to watch that, they’re going to have to go to a website,” he added.
“That’s not to say that it’s going to disappear from the internet because that’s not the case.
The only way we’re going get that to be an option is if people go to the website and buy a subscription.”
The Bachelor: Paradise premiere season three this Sunday at 9 p.m. ET on ABC.