Every week, viewers can play with their families, friends, or the “Bachelor Nation” as a whole, competing for points that might eventually net them a trip to the chaotic post-finale special known as .
At the end of the season, the team or player with the most points wins, regardless of who predicts Nick’s final choice for everlasting love.
For ABC, the season premiere of a new unlucky-in-love babe’s hasty journey to marriage regularly trounces the competition in ratings.
For , it inspired a critically acclaimed (at first) and attention-grabbing fictional series about the behind-the-scenes — the producers who manipulate their stars in order to manipulate us, causing catastrophe and occasionally, by accident, and its many spinoffs is an art form not unlike live-tweeting football or the Oscars, and to capitalize on that fact ABC has just introduced an official fantasy league in tandem with ESPN.
Or if you’d rather stay one degree removed from the brutal sport of love, you can just read our weekly recaps on Our copy editor Kara Verlaney, news editor Jake Kastrenakes, culture editor Chris Plante, culture reporter / news editor Lizzie Plaugic, science reporter Loren Grush, and yours truly will be facing off for all the marbles.
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