Emily Longeretta “The Bachelor” franchise is continuing to grow, with “The Golden Bachelorette” currently casting its lead and suitors — but that may not be the only spinoff in the works.
With “The Golden Bachelor” proving that a very large older audience is watching, would the flagship — which usually casts men and women in their 20s and early 30s — consider aging up?
Executive producers Claire Freeland, Bennett Graebner and Jason Ehrlich wouldn’t count it out. “We’ve talked a lot about like what a Bachelor or Bachelorette looks like in their 30s or 40s as opposed to someone in their 20s.
I don’t think it’s out of the realm of possibility,” Freeland tells Variety. Graebner, who has worked on the franchise for 16 years, adds, “We have talked about it and we’re open to anything… But not all the 23-year-olds are equal.Read more on variety.com