ABC’s take on putting all the rejects and failed cast members from past seasons of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette in a tropical paradise, having them mingle and hook up has been a successful recipe: That’s why Bachelor In Paradise Season 9 keeps on giving all the drama, sass, glitz and a second chance at finding a romantic partner for this merry bunch of bachelors and bachelorettes who haven’t had any luck so far.
From self-eliminations and hot and sexy exchanges, maybe more than they show on camera, to flings, rejections, rebounds, and the likes, this season has us all looking at triangles and even rectangles where boys and girls compete for each other’s attention, passion, and sex appeal.
Roses keep exchanging hands, hearts keep getting broken, and the hot tropical sun makes the passion sizzle as more bachelors and bachelorettes come into the compound with date cards to disrupt the dynamics and couplings formed. So, what went down last week?
Ok, so in BIP, we’ve had quite a few stirs, ups, downs, kisses, flings, and tears. We saw how Kat Izzo had her birthday celebration. We also saw how Tanner, Kat’s latest better half, went on a date with Davia Esther, who just landed at the BIP compound. Tanner had the galls to go on a date on Kat’s birthday; talk about some cold blood and stones!
After that, Tanner wakes up late and hungover; Kat is upset; I mean, why wouldn’t she? They have a talk, and Tanner is sly and brutally honest. He’s in it for the hookup and tells her that he and she are very unlike. Kat takes this bounce and changes quite calmly. But in the confessional, she goes apesh*t. She goes on to comment that Tanner is like every other dude she’s dated.
That affirmation raises a question: Is the dudes she’s dating, or is there a common denominator there? Being her not being able to see that her choices are, for lack of a better word sh*tty?
We move on to Jess and Blake, Jess isn’t sure whether or not she wants to take it to the next level with Blake Moynes. She wants “to keep her options open”, so why does he play with the dude in the first place and be real about it?
Then comes Genevieve Mayo from The Bachelor season 26. She’s just arriving at the compound, with a date card. All bets are off. She mingles with Tyler and Blake and asks Blake to go on a date.
Kat is now a rebound girl, so, John Henry Spurlock is next on her crosshairs, so she wants to try and snatch him from Olivia’s arms. Brayden mocks this.
Becca Serrano arrives at the compound with a date card, and the boys have eyes for her. She didn’t make it past episode one in The Bachelor, so she might have a shot this time… Or not. Anyway, she takes Brayden using her date card, and Rachel Recchia is upset.
Tyles makes a move on Jess, and he confesses that it is just to see “where her head is at”, and talk about some skirt-chasing there!
As for Eliza and Aaron, Kat, the rebound girl, steps in and tells the girl to step away from Aaron. This has a deep effect on Eliza because of her low self-esteem issues and bad choices in the past.
Release Date & Streaming Guide
Bachelor In Paradise Season 9 Episode 7 will be broadcast by ABC Networks on Thursday, 9 November 2023, at 21:00 hrs Eastern Time, United States. The episode’s title is “Week 7”, and it will run for two hours. In the following list, you’ll find the regional time release schedules for different parts of the world.
- Pacific Time (PT): Thursday, 9 November 2023, at 18:00 hrs (6:00 PM PT)
- Mountain Time (MT): Thursday, 9 November 2023, at 19:00 hrs (7:00 PM MT)
- Central Time (CT): Thursday, 9 November 2023, at 20:00 hrs (8:00 PM CT)
- British Standard Time (GMT): Friday, 10 November 2023, at 02:00 hrs (2:00 AM GMT, the next day)
- Central European Time (CET): Friday, 10 November 2023, at 03:00 hrs (3:00 AM CET, the next day)
- Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST): Friday, 10 November 2023, at 12:00 hrs (12:00 PM AEST, the next day)
We updated the Episode guide for Bachelor In Paradise Season 9 as ABC Networks finally released the details concerning this season, and it’s a bit shorter than its predecessor. So, if you have your calendar marked, update it with these dates as they come straight from the source.
- Episode 1: “Week 1” – Thursday, 28 September 2023
- Episode 2: “Week 2” – Thursday, 5 October 2023
- Episode 3: “Week 3:” – Thursday, 12 October 2023
- Episode 4: “Week 4” – Thursday, 19 October 2023
- Episode 5: “Week 5” – Thursday, 26 October 2023
- Episode 6: “Week 6” – Thursday, 2 November 2023
- Episode 7: “Week 7” – Thursday, 9 November 2023
- Episode 8: “Week 8” – Thursday, 16 November 2023
- Episode 9: “Finale: Part 1” – Thursday, 23 November 2023
- Episode 10: “Finale Part 2” – Thursday, 30 November 2023
How To Watch?
Catch the latest episodes of Bachelor In Paradise season 9 at the times and dates described above via ABC networks. If you have cable, you can stream the show online with your cable credentials via ABC’s website and app.
Since Bachelor in Paradise is an ongoing season, live TV streaming providers like Hulu + Live TV, Philo, Fubo TV, Directv Streaming, Spectrum on Demand, and Sling will stream the show during its broadcast times.
Lastly, consider getting a Hulu subscription on any of its tiers to enjoy this show. Hulu distributes the entirety of ABC network’s content, as well as FX, Fox, and filial networks, starting from $6,99 a month all the way to $76,99 a month. You can bundle your ad-free subscription with ESPN, Live TV, and Disney+.