What We Know About 'Bachelor in Paradise' Season 7, Because Yes, It's Actually Happening This Year

We have a good *checks calendar* THREE months until summer officially arrives, which means the producers at ABC are hard at work making sure Bachelor in Paradise actually happens this year. Yes, the 2020 BiP season was scrapped because we were smack dab in the middle of the pandemic, but now that there’s light at the end of the tunnel, a new season is officially on the way!

Since BiP‘s arrival is imminent, it’s time for a deep dive to figure out everything we know about the upcoming seventh season. Sink your teeth into the deets, below. And JSYK: There are major spoilers ahead! Obvi!

Filming Begins in June

In a spoiler post, Reality Steve revealed that Bachelor in Paradise is set to start filming this summer in between Katie Thurston and Michelle Young’s season of The Bachelorette. Bachelor in Paradise will film per usual in June at a location that hasn’t been announced yet and will begin airing after Katie’s season is done airing, per usual,” Steve wrote.

We Know at Least One Contestant

Sorry to break it to ya, but the season seven cast members of Bachelor in Paradise have yet to be announced. But! In January, ABC exec Rob Mills decided to treat fans to one nugget of info and confirmed that Dr. Joe Park, who competed on Tayshia Adams and Clare Crawley’s season of The Bachelorette, will be on the show—yay!

“We’ve got ourselves a vaccinated Paradisian!!” Mills wrote, retweeting a post about Joe receiving a COVID-19 vaccination. As a reminder, Joe was was eliminated in the top 16 of The Bachelorette, so now he has a shot at finding love on BiP!

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