“If you ask me, this is the perfect episode for a revival,” the executive producer of “The Bachelor” and current executive producer on “The Voice” told ET.
“It’s a big-picture story and it’s also a personal story, and I think it’s a very good fit for what it is, which is the story of the Bachelor franchise, which was the story, the story arc of this franchise.”
It will feature “some of the best cast and most compelling characters” from the show’s “first five seasons,” said the executive, who also oversees “Bachelor in Paradise,” “Bachelorette,” and “The Bacheloretty.”
The showrunner also discussed the season 7 finale, which saw “The Return” of the first-year Bachelor, as well as the first “Bond” and “Beverly Hills, 90210” episodes.
The showrunners have said that “The Fall” will not be a reboot of the show, but it will have its own identity, a concept they’re still developing.
The showrunner said that they’re “definitely trying to figure out what we want to do.”
The show will be about the characters, and that’s where the writers are at right now.
“We’re still trying to define what that will be,” the showrunner added.
“I can’t tell you how many ideas that we have.”
The season 7 episode is called “The Last One,” and will be the last of the season.
It is set in 2017.
The producers said that the finale will “reveal the characters and how they have changed in the past five years.”
“We want to have a good, satisfying ending,” the “The Big Bang Theory” executive producer told ET, adding that they hope that “the fans will be able to tell the story and connect with the characters as well.”
“The Last one” will also be “the first episode of a new season of The Bachelor,” which is set to air in 2019.
The producers said “The Final Four” is “the next chapter of The Bachelors story.”