Jake faces the Women he rejected and the claws come out. The 15 jilted bachelorettes confront the handsome airline pilot, on – ‘The Bachelor: On the Wings of Love’. The jilted are here, Here’s what they had to say
The Women Tell All – best hold on to your chairs and hide the glassware. What Is the Real Story Behind Rozlyn’s Surprising Exploits?
“The Women Tell All” — It’s an explosive reunion viewers won’t want to miss, as the most memorable bachelorettes from this season – including Rozlyn, Ali, Gia, Michelle, Ella and Elizabeth — return to confront each other and Jake one last time on national television to dish the dirt and tell their side of the story.
For the first time since she left the show, Rozlyn – the most controversial bachelorette this season – discusses the shocking turn of events that led to her abrupt dismissal and the firing of a staffer. Exciting and funny unseen moments from one of the most dramatic “Bachelor” seasons ever will be featured, and we catch up with some of the series’ most popular and controversial former bachelors and bachelorettes after the cameras stop rolling, on “The Bachelor: On the Wings of Love
— The Women Tell All,” this MONDAY, FEBRUARY 22 (8:00-10:00 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.
Viewers will finally find out what really happened with Rozlyn, as never-before-seen footage is featured and she’s put in the hot seat to answer the questions everyone has wanted to ask. Sparks fly as the women confront her for the first time since she left the show.
A devastated Gia comes back to talk about her emotional departure from exotic Saint Lucia. She tearfully relives the day Jake sent her home. She realized too late that, although she had fallen for him, she never told Jake how she felt.
Michelle, who set off plenty of waterworks during the season, returns to discuss her determination to find love with the Bachelor. And the women share what it was like to live with Michelle, as she fires back.
Ali talks about her heart wrenching decision to leave the show for her job, giving up the chance at love with Jake. She admits her deepest fears and looks back in regret at her choice between leaving a job she loved or a man she loved.
Ali, Michelle and Gia also take the hot seat to share the behind-the-scenes drama of their romantic journeys with Jake, plus they face off with the other women who challenged them during the season.
Jake will also face tough questions from the ladies he rejected, and Chris Harrison will review the high points of this tumultuous season with him, along with sharing funny outtakes and bloopers.
A special treat is in store for fans with a behind-the-scenes look at what happens to past bachelors and bachelorettes after the cameras stop rolling. A new phenomenon of sexy “Bachelor” reunions has flowered, and relationships continue to flourish as cast members party around the country. Cast members also reunite for good causes, and we share how they’ve been donating their time to their favorite charities as part of a touching look at “The Bachelor Gives Back.”
It’s the bachelorettes like you’ve never seen them before! The special also includes a sneak peek at the season finale and the final two bachelorettes.
Hosted by Chris Harrison, “The Bachelor: On the Wings of Love — The Women Tell All” is a production of Next Entertainment in association with Warner Horizon Television. Mike Fleiss and Martin Hilton are the executive producers.
“The Women Tell All” — It’s an explosive reunion the fans won’t want to miss.
ABC’s ‘The Bachelor: On The Wings of Love’ solid #2 and flying
Diaries of the Departed, Here’s what they had to say
Monday Night (8-11pm): Holding strong against NBC’s Olympic coverage with The Bachelor and a repeat airing of Castle, ABC stood as the #1 non-sports network on Monday with Total Viewers (9.6 million) and Adults 18-49 (3.2/8), outpacing its nearest competition by 1.5 million and by 23% in Adults 18-49 (CBS = 8.1 million and 2.6/6)
The Bachelor: On the Wings of Love (8-10pm): Monday’s #1 regular TV program in Total Viewers (11.5 million) and Adults 18-49 (4.0/10), ABC’s The Bachelor paced well ahead of its non-Olympic competition from 8-10pm, besting runner-up CBS by 3.5 million viewers and by 43% with young adults (CBS – 8.0 million and 2.8/7).
The ABC unscripted series finished #1 against regular competition in its 2-hour time period 5th consecutive week in Adults 18-34 and registered as Monday’s #1 TV series telecast with Women 18-34 for its 7th consecutive airing this season.
Despite facing the first Monday of NBC’s Winter Olympic coverage, The Bachelor retained an impressive 98% of its Adult 18-49 audience week to week (4.0/10 vs. 4.1/10), 100% among Women 18-49 (6.0/14) and grew among Men 18-34 (+6% – 1.9/6 vs. 1.8/5).
Castle (10-11pm): Opposite NBC’s Olympic coverage in the 10 o’clock hour, ABC’s Castle marked its 3rd-highest-ever repeat results in both Total Viewers (5.7 million ) and Adults 18-49 (1.5/4).