The Bachelor Winter Games
|The Bachelor Winter Games|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||4|
|Production location(s)||Manchester, Vermont|
|Original release||February 13, 2018– present|
The Bachelor Winter Games is a winter sports-themed reality competition television series that premiered on February 13, 2018 on ABC. It is a spin-off of the reality television game shows The Bachelor and The Bachelorette, and is a winter counterpart to the summer series Bachelor in Paradise. The show is hosted by Chris Harrison and Hannah Storm. It has been described by ABC as "an ode to the Winter Olympic Games", and aired as counterprogramming against NBC's coverage of the 2018 Winter Olympics. Ashley Brewer presents the play-by-play and live interviews during the games.
The series reunite previous contestants from The Bachelor and The Bachelorette at a winter resort in Manchester, Vermont, where they are competing with contestants from the various international adaptations of the franchise in various winter sports challenges.
|Ashley Iaconetti||29||Los Angeles, California||The Bachelor – Chris||Winner|
|Kevin Wendt||33||Waterloo, Ontario||The Bachelorette Canada||Winner|
|Courtney Dober||31||Sydney, New South Wales||The Bachelorette Australia||Relationship|
|Lily McManus-Semchyshyn||21||Auckland, New Zealand||The Bachelor New Zealand||Relationship|
|Dean Unglert||26||Venice, California||The Bachelorette – Rachel||Relationship|
|Lesley Murphy||30||Fort Smith, Arkansas||The Bachelor – Sean||Relationship|
|Luke Pell||33||Nashville, Tennessee||The Bachelorette – JoJo||Relationship|
|Nastassia "Stassi" Yaramchuk||26||Malmö, Sweden||The Bachelor Sweden||Relationship|
|Bibiana Julian||30||Miami, Florida||The Bachelor – Arie||Split Episode 4|
|Jordan Mauger||34||Auckland, New Zealand||The Bachelor New Zealand||Split Episode 4|
|Ally Thompson||24||Nelson, New Zealand||The Bachelor New Zealand||Episode 3|
|Josiah Graham||29||Plantation, Florida||The Bachelorette – Rachel||Episode 3|
|Christian Rauch||34||Berlin, Germany||The Bachelorette Germany
The Bachelorette Switzerland
|Split Episode 3|
|Clare Crawley||36||Sacramento, California||The Bachelor – Juan Pablo||Split Episode 3|
|Yuki Kimura||21||Atsugi, Kanagawa||The Bachelor Japan||Episode 3|
|Michael Garofola||37||Houston, Texas||The Bachelorette – Desiree||Episode 3 (Quit)|
|Ben Higgins||28||Denver, Colorado||The Bachelorette – Kaitlyn
The Bachelor — Season 20
|Episode 3 (Quit)|
|Tiffany Scanlon||31||Perth, Western Australia||The Bachelor Australia||Episode 3 (Quit)|
|Jenny Helenius||34||Helsinki, Finland||The Bachelor Finland||Episode 2|
|Hilary Molvig||16||Stockholm, Sweden||Episode 2|
|Benoit Beauséjour-Savard||30||Montreal, Quebec||The Bachelorette Canada||Episode 2 (Quit)|
|Eric Bigger||29||Baltimore, Maryland||The Bachelorette − Rachel||Episode 1|
|Jamey Kocan||33||Santa Monica, California||The Bachelorette – Rachel||Episode 1|
|Laura Blair||29||Wirral, England||The Bachelor UK||Episode 1|
|Lauren Griffin||26||Los Angeles, California||The Bachelor – Arie||Episode 1|
|Zoe Tang||25||Shenzhen, China||The Bachelor China||Episode 1|
- The contestant is male.
- The contestant is female.
- The couple won Bachelor Winter Games.
- The couples were the runner-ups.
- The contestant went on a date and gave out a rose at the rose ceremony.
- The contestant went on a date and got a rose at the rose ceremony.
- The contestant won the Winter competition, then went on a date and gave out a rose at the rose ceremony.
- The contestant won the Winter competition, then went on a date and got a rose at the rose ceremony.
- The contestant gave or received a rose at the rose ceremony, thus remaining in the competition.
- The contestant won the Winter competition, then went on a date and received the last rose.
- The contestant received the last rose.
- The couple broke up and were eliminated.
- The contestant voluntarily left the show.
- The contestant had to leave the show due to not having a relationship.
- The contestant was eliminated.
|#||Air Date||United States||Source|
|1||Tuesday, February 13, 2018||0.8/3||3.01||3||3|||
|2||Thursday, February 15, 2018||0.7/3||3.02||3||5|||
|3||Tuesday, February 20, 2018||0.9/3||3.26||2||2|||
|4||Thursday, February 22, 2018||0.8/3||3.19||3||5|||
- Contestant was not in the competition yet.
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- Drysdale, Jennifer (January 8, 2018). "'Bachelor Winter Games': Winter Tears Are Coming From Ashley Iaconetti in First Promo". WHAS. Retrieved January 8, 2018.
- Porter, Rick (February 14, 2018). "Olympics, 'Bachelor Winter Games,' all others hold: Tuesday final ratings". TV by the Numbers. Retrieved February 14, 2018.
- Porter, Rick (February 16, 2018). "'Big Bang Theory' rerun adjusts up: Thursday final ratings". TV by the Numbers. Retrieved February 16, 2018.
- Porter, Rick (February 22, 2018). "Winter Olympics adjust up: Tuesday final ratings". TV by the Numbers. Retrieved February 22, 2018.
- Porter, Rick (February 26, 2018). "'Bachelor Winter Games' finale and Olympics adjust up: Thursday final ratings". TV by the Numbers. Retrieved February 26, 2018.