It’s not a behind-the-scenes show about the actual the bachelor it’s a heightened version of that idea, operating on a more time-limited production schedule, and presenting a more melodramatic story than an actual backstage would be. - what does the show, the bachelor, say about our expectations for love in our culture the search for love is a dilemma most people are faced with at some point many different reality shows have been released over the years focusing on relationships however the television show, the bachelor, takes reality tv dating to the next level.
I’m not fully convinced the local church is doing a good job of providing a real interpretation of love, so people are turning to things like the bachelor instead for the millions of people watching, the bachelor is shaping our cultural view of love it’s saying you have to compete for love.
The bachelor is a show one can do without watching it can be considered a guilty pleasure, but i find this kind of 'reality' rather sickening whoever alex decides to marry, i hope we get to see the spin-off, the divorce.
Michelle brophy-baermann 17 poroi, 4, 2, july 2005 true love on tv a gendered analysis of reality-romance television michelle brophy-baermann poroi, 4, 2, july, 2005 i haven’t had much luck on my own . The show follows the bachelor as he goes on a series of dates with the women, some of them group dates, some one-on-one dates on each episode women are eliminated, generally during the rose ceremony at the end of the episode, but sometimes on the dates (during what are called elimination dates.