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There’s a lot of protections in the agreements about editorial, more than staged situations.
Since, dating games have evolved but the same format still commonly applies.
, for example, was, in essence, this same show but on a grander scale.
In this particular relationship-based reality TV show, somewhere around 20 squealing, pining, and dare I say desperate women were all vying for the attention of one very eligible bachelor.
Is it common for producers to put contestants in staged situations? On reality TV sets, there is absolutely no question that the producers absolutely encourage people to push their limits and go for it. Tabloid reports say the alleged female contestant in question had a boyfriend at the time of shooting “Bachelor in Paradise.” Would you ever allow a contestant to come on your show if you knew they had a significant other? We’re confident going into a show knowing if they are truly single or not.
That being said, this is a unique situation — this girl was a star character on “The Bachelor” and then went home in between seasons and then was asked to come back onto “Bachelor in Paradise.” So she could have originally been single and then had a boyfriend, but the network could have said, “Now you’re one of our stars, so you’ve got to come back.” In the TV world, I’ve seen many people characterize their relationships as not very serious, but then suddenly in this situation, that casual situation becomes useful.
I would describe the paperwork that you have to sign on a show like this, or any reality show where you have to cohabit with people and date them, the release that you need to sign — to say the word “comprehensive” would be an understatement.