When Bachelorette Andi Dorfman said goodbye to Nick Viall just as he was preparing to pick out a ring for her, he was devastated. When Nick walked up to Kaitlyn Bristowe with an engagement ring in his pocket, only to be sent home, he was crushed. How could one man endure so much heartbreak? If you believe that "what doesn't kill you makes you stronger," Nick Viall, 36 from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, is back stronger than ever, ready and eager to begin his search for true love on the 21st season of ABC's hit romance reality series The Bachelor, which will premiere in January 2017.
Sean Lowe, Chris Soules and Jason Mesnick offer Ben Higgins advice as he begins his search for love.
Ben greets ten ladies at a local Los Angeles high school and invites them to take a trip down memory lane with him.
The stunning departure of LB, who refused Ben’s rose, set the Bachelor back on his heels momentarily, but there are 17 women, who are anxious to spend time with him—some more than others and one not at all.
Ben and his bachelorettes all are willing to gamble on love in “Sin City,” as he escorts the remaining 14 women to an exciting trip to Las Vegas.
A trip to Mexico City; Amanda and Ben soar over ancient ruins in a hot air balloon; a fashion show.
Tanner and Jade get married as we celebrate 20 seasons of The Bachelor.
Visiting Ben's hometown; Ben takes Lauren B. to the youth center where he volunteered as a teenager.
Ben faces friction from the families of the remaining women on hometown visits with each.
The most memorable women this season are back to confront Ben and tell their side of the story.
Ben brings Lauren B. and Jo Jo home to meet his family, hoping it will help him choose.
Ben talks to Chris Harrison about the final two women, who later join the conversation.