“The Bachelor Nation spinoff is often derided as the trashier cousin of “The Bachelor” and “The Bachelorette,” where castoff contestants from those shows are deposited at a Mexican resort, sans air-conditioning, to find love (a.k.a. get drunk, make out with one another and construct messy love triangles).
““Bachelor in Paradise” is not without scandal: Last year, production briefly halted after Warner Bros., which produces the show, investigated whether a contestant was “too drunk to consent” to sexual activity with another contestant.
“(The show announced there had been no misconduct and filming resumed, with new restrictions on how much contestants could drink and how consent must be established on-camera.)”
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