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Less than six months have passed since Ben Higgins and Lauren Bushnell's love story unfolded on The Bachelor, and now they're back on TV to share the next chapter.
The two are gearing up for their upcoming reality show, Ben and Lauren: Happily Ever After, coming to Freeform this fall – and now you can finally check out the first sneak peek.
The clip starts by flashing back to when the couple first met on night one of The Bachelor before promising to bring fans "the ultimate one-on-one."
"We survived The Bachelor," Higgins, 28, says as footage of their romantic proposal plays.
"Now it's time for real life!" adds Bushnell, 26.
Before arriving for Bachelor in Paradise, former Bachelor contestant Hailey Ferguson was interested in meeting one guy in particular: the infamous Chad Johnson.
"I was definitely interested in getting to know him," Hailey tells PEOPLE exclusively. "I was hoping he'd come to Paradise to redeem himself and let us know the real him."
On Tuesday night's Bachelorette: Men Tell All special, we got to see all our favorite (and least favorite) contestants from this season of The Bachelorette recap the best moments of the past few weeks.
But really, all the attention was on the three-minute Bachelor in Paradise trailer, which featured Chad Johnson in all his deli-meat-eating glory, Evan bleeding (again) and, of course, plenty of romance (and romantic drama!).
We watched the trailer, and then watched it again (and again and again) to list out all the couples to look out for this season – and the drama that will follow each of them!
The Bachelorette: Men Tell All, which aired on Tuesday, is just as much a reunion show as a campaign event for the next season of the The Bachelor, which will star one of the men JoJo Fletcher sent home.
Few episodes garner more attention, viewership and trending topics on Twitter than The Bachelor and The Bachelorette's Fantasy Suites.
Now, just one day after JoJo Fletcher invited her final two suitors to spend the night on The Bachelorette, the show's former leading lady Andi Dorfman is lifting the veil on what happens during those much-talked about hours behind closed doors – and why the sexist double standard for men and women in the Fantasy Suites needs to end.
Chris Harrison usually relies on pleasantries while aiding a Bachelor or Bachelorette who in sending off an unwanted suitor, but it seems he's open to a change.
With aide from Jimmy Kimmel, Harrison replaced his typical line – "Gentleman I'm sorry, if you did not receive your rose, take a moment, say your goodbyes" – with some more mean-spirited quips.
"Gentlemen, you're losers and you know it, so hit the road," he said while standing next to current Bachelorette JoJo Fletcher.
Another Bachelor is off the market (again)!
Move over, The Bachelor! There's a new reality romance show coming to the small screen.
Logo announced Tuesday that it has greenlit a first-of-its-kind dating series, Finding Prince Charming, which will consist of a cast of all gay men competing to win the heart of one man ("one of the nation's most eligible gay heartthrobs," the network promises in a press release).