The Bachelorette Season 13, All You Need To Know About The Show, Past Winners

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There are uncertainties as to when the much anticipated 2017 series of the Bachelorette season 13 will be coming up.

The Bachelorette
The show’s network is yet to announce when The season 13 will start airing but information at our disposal revealed the show may be fixed for May to July this year.

We reached this conclusion following the shows precedent. Since season four of the TV series it has been running between May through July schedule, hence, there is the possibility season 13 is coming up within this period.
And with last year’s rating of the show, there are clear indications that The season 13 will come back on the ABC network.
The last summer’s edition of The Bachelorette, according to reports actually did better than the previous summer’s and there is a likelihood that The bachelorette season 13 has a better chance of returning.

About The Dating Game show ‘The Bachelorette

The Bachelorette is American dating reality TV show where a single Bachelorette dates multiple men (25-30) for weeks, and gradually reducing the number to hopefully find her true love.
The dating game show is the female counterpart to The Bachelor, and it first debuted in 2003 for two years before it came back to television in 2008.
The show so far has 137 episodes with The Bachelorette season 13 expected to be announced soon.
Some of its related shows include The Bachelor, Bachelor Pad, Bachelor in Paradise, Bachelor in Paradise: After Paradise.

How The Game Is Played

Each season of the game show has an eligible Bachelorette, often runners-up on a past year of The Bachelor.
The show is structured in a way that The Bachelorette will have eligible bachelors who try to impress her and compete to make it to the final round for an opportunity to propose to her.
During the dating game one of two male suitors proposes to the bachelorette for the final selection, unlike The Bachelor that does not always lead to a proposal at the end of the show.
The good news is that all eleven seasons of The Bachelorette have ended with a proposal whether or not the Bachelorette decided to accept or decline.
Although, a proposal at the end of the show is not always guaranteed. It is up to the bachelor/bachelorette to decide that.
However, The Bachelorette and The Bachelor dating game shows operate independently of one another, and it is not necessary to watch one or the other in order to stay up to date.
The Bachelorette Marriages
The first season offered Bachelorette Trista Rehn, the opportunity to choose a husband among 25 bachelors, and she finally selected Ryan Sutter.
In Season 7 Bachelorette Ashley Hebert got married to J.P. Rosenbaum while in the season 9, Bachelorette Desiree Hartsock got married to Chris Siegfried.
Surprisingly, there was a major twist in the season 11 of the show as two Bachelorette emerged and one had to be selected on the basis of being a wife material.

List of the Past TV series ‘The Bachelorettes’

-Trista Rehn – Season 1 (2003)
Meredith Phillips – Season 2 (2004)
Jennifer “Jen” Schefft – Season 3 (2005)
DeAnna Pappas – season 4 (2008)
Jillian Harris. Season 5 (2009)
Ali Fedotowsky – Season 6 (2010)
Ashley Hebert – Season 7 (2011)
Emily Maynard – Season 8 (2012)
Desiree Hartsock – Season 9 (2013)
Andi Dorfman – Season 10 (2014)
Kaitlyn Bristowe – Season 11(2015)
Joelle “JoJo” Fletcher – Season 12 (2016)
The Bachelorette season 13, yet to be known.

Past Winners of The Bachelorette

Ryan Sutter – season 1
Ian Mckee – season 2
Jerry Ferris – season 3
Jesse Csincsak – season 4
Ed Swiderski – season 5
Roberto Martinez- season 6
J.P. Rosenbaum- season 7
Jef Holm – season 8
Chris Siegfried- season 9
Josh Murray – season 10
Shawn Booth- season 11
Jordan Rodgers- season 12
We are still waiting for The Bachelorette season 13 winner.
Who should we expect in The Bachelorette season 13? Keep a date with us.


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