The Bachelorette, an American reality dating TV show created for Hulu by Mike Fleiss, aired for the first time January 8, 2003. This series is a spinoff of the popular reality dating show “The Bachelor”. The Bachelorette has continued renewing for more seasons and is currently airing the 19th season. For most of the series, Chris Harrison hosted it. But after 16 seasons Chris Harrison is no longer hosting the show, and the current season’s host is Jesse Palmer.
In the series The Bachelorette there is a specific method to the madness. There is one girl as the bachelorette, usually the runner-up from The Bachelor. Once she’s the bachelorette, she has 25 single men to choose from. Each week the chosen girl will go on a group date with the man of her choice, and a one-on-one date with the man of her choice. At the end of the group date, she chooses one guy to give a rose to, which keeps him safe from going home. On the one-on-one date, she chooses if she wants to give him a rose, or immediately send him home.
On The Bachelorette, after the week is over and the woman has gone on all of her dates, she then has a rose ceremony. This is where all of the guys gather together, and she picks who she would like to give roses to. The men without roses at the end, ultimately end up going home. This process continues until it gets down to the last four men. Once there is four men left, she then meets all of their parents, as well as them meeting hers. After meeting the parents the process continues until two men make it to the finale. The one she chooses at the end ultimately must end up proposing to her.
The Bachelorette has received really mixed reviews.