Bachelor in Paradise (Australian TV series)
|Bachelor in Paradise Australia|
|Also known as||Bachelor in Paradise|
|Presented by||Osher Günsberg|
|Country of origin||Australia|
|No. of seasons||2|
|No. of episodes||28|
|Production company(s)||Warner Bros. International Television Production|
|Original network||Network 10|
|Picture format||576i (SDTV)|
|Original release||25 March 2018 –|
|Related shows||The Bachelor Australia|
The Bachelorette Australia
Bachelor in Paradise Australia is an Australian elimination-style reality competition television series which is an adaptation of the U.S. series of the same name. It is a spin-off of the Australian versions of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette and features previous contestants who have been featured on those shows.  The programme is hosted by Osher Günsberg and was first premiered on Network 10 on 25 March 2018.
Each week either the guys (bachelors) or girls (bachelorettes) have control of the rose ceremony, with control switching each week. Each rose ceremony has contestants giving roses to 'save' another person from being eliminated and not finding love in paradise. There is always an uneven number of men and women, with a number of bachelors and bachelorettes being introduced each week, so there is always someone eliminated.
The show is based on love and many dramas unfold because of some heated arguments as a result of contestant's feelings being put to the test.
A 'behind-the-scenes' show called 'After Paradise' aired during season 1 after the rose ceremony each week on 10Play, giving viewers an opportunity to have a peek at what happens in paradise. After Paradise was discontinued in season 2 and was replaced by a weekly insider guide hosted by Osher Günsberg.
|Season||Original Run||Couples||Proposal||Still together||Relationship notes|
|1||25 March - 30 April 2018||Jarrod Woodgate & Keira Maguire||No||Yes||Woodgate and Maguire are together as of July 2019.|
|Grant Kemp & Ali Oetjen||No||No||At the end of the finale it was announced that Kemp and Oetjen ended their relationship.|
|Sam Cochrane & Tara Pavlovic||Yes||No||Cochrane and Pavlovic got engaged in the finale. They later ended the relationship and called off their engagement in July 2018.|
|2||9 April 2019 - 2019||Davey Lloyd & Florence Moerenhout||No||No||In the 'tell all' episode, it was announced Lloyd and Moerenhout had ended their relationship.|
|Alex Nation & Bill Goldsmith||No||No||In the end of the 'tell all' episode, it was announced that Nation & Goldsmith had ended their relationship.|
|Nathan Favro & Tenille Favios||No||No||In the 'tell all' episode, it was announced that Favro and Favios had ended their relationship.|
|Rank||Finale date||Finale ratings
|1||16||25 March 2018||750,000||#4||30 April 2018||661,000||#12||774,000||#8|||
|2||13||9 April 2019||553,000||#12||2 May 2019||454,000||#12||417,000||#17|||
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