The next season of “The Bachelor” now has a premiere date on ABC. The network announced that the Peter Weber season on the reality show will start with an extraordinary three-hour premiere event on January 6th, and ABC is already teasing surprises. The Airline pilot flew to fame when Hannah Brown decided to end their relationship, but now he’s back and looking for love all over again. Peter Weber will be the star of the 24th season of the romance reality series, and the show is going heavy on the airline puns.
Peter’s search begins on premiere day, when a few women “earn their wings” on a daring group date plus other romantic dates – a first-ever on a bachelor premiere – and it will feature a special surprise visitor. In 2019, “The Bachelor” averaged 12.5M Total Viewers in MP+35 during its most recent run, and this year could set a new high for the network. Last year, the show was Monday night’s top-rated series among Adults 18-49 on each of its 10 telecasts of the season.
Peter’s official description reads, “A native of Westlake Village, California, Peter, 28, grew up just minutes from “The Bachelor” mansion. He was raised with a strong example of the marriage he wants by his loving parents. Having met while working on the same flight over 30 years ago, Peter’s parents have set the perfect example of lasting love. He and his brother, Jack, followed in their parents’ footsteps, developing a passion for aviation. At 23, Peter was working as a pilot; and by 25, he landed his dream job as captain for a major commercial airline. All that is missing now is someone with whom Peter can share his life.”
Hosted by Chris Harrison, “The Bachelor” is a production of Next Entertainment in association with Warner Horizon Unscripted Television. Mike Fleiss, Martin Hilton, Nicole Woods, Bennett Graebner, Peter Gust, Tim Warner, Louis Caric and Peter Geist are the executive producers.
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