Mike Fleiss deletes tweet about BiP cancellation rumors

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Rumors that Bachelor in Paradise won’t be returning to ABC have reached a boiling point. After confirming that the new double season “Bachelorette” wouldn’t air until July 2022, fans of the franchise wondered what that means for “Paradise,” which usually airs in the summer.

in October 2021, Reality Steve predicted that the spinoff show would come to an end. “This is pure prediction on my part, but I have a feeling Paradise may be ready. Things didn’t go well last season, the format is getting old and tired, and…well, that’s just my prediction. I could be totally wrong, but I’m just looking at the big picture, the shooting schedules and so on,” he wrote on his blog at the time.

Although Gabby Windey and Rachel Recchia will begin filming their season of “The Bachelorette” on March 23, 2022, ABC exec Robert Mills has announced tweeted that the show won’t air until July 11, 2022.

Now fans are even more worried ABC won’t be bringing paradise back, perhaps due to the low ratings. However, a tweet from the show’s creator Mike Fleiss offered a glimmer of hope – before deleting it.

Here’s what you need to know:


Fleiss said that “Paradise” was not canceled but later deleted the tweet

With many fans concerned that the popular program might end for good, Fleiss decided to reassure the masses with a direct tweet.

“Canceled??? No way!!! #BachelorInParadise forever!” He tweeted in response to TheBachBabes covering the rumor. And while fans might have been relieved to read the tweet, Fleiss actually deleted it, which he certainly did will cause even more concern and confusion.

Though Reality Steve previously thought Paradise was done, it seems he’s changed his tune in at least the past few weeks. In fact, he even shared his predictions for the upcoming cast.

On February 23, 2022, Reality shared by Steve his thoughts on the possible new cast. He believes that the majority of people traveling to Mexico — assuming the show goes on — will be new. The women will most likely be from Clayton Echard’s season, while the boys will be mostly chosen from Michelle Young’s season – and the new “Bachelorette” season that hasn’t been filmed yet.

He believes Rodney Matthews, Rick Leach and Brandon Jones will all be part of the 2022 cast.


Fans pointed out that several former cast members have hinted at “Paradise.”

Though the timing could be off — and the show’s return hasn’t been confirmed yet — many of the former ‘Bachelor’ and ‘Bachelorette’ cast members have spoken about ‘Paradise’ as if it’s going to happen.

In various interviews and so on, these people are often asked who they would like to meet in “Paradise” – and many have answered quite normally. fans went to Reddit on March 21, 2022.

“I’m pretty sure it’s going to happen. In an interview I listened to from Teddi, she said several times if I go to BIP and then corrected herself and said if. Almost like she already knew she was going.” commented one Redditor on the thread.

“I think BIP is likely to happen, but I wouldn’t trust the attendees on that front. The producers would totally guide them and then cancel BIP at the last minute. Producers lead a lot of people for GDP, sometimes even put people in the hotel and never let them go to the beach.” someone else suggested.

“I thought I saw it somewhere they were filming at the end of September. I think some producers may have had preliminary talks with some alums because some of them give the impression it’s been discussed. They have so many good choices for this season, it seems strange that they wouldn’t do it. a third wrote.

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