The showrunners of the “The Bachelor” franchise are looking to change things up a bit for next season, with the season 14 premiere expected to focus more on girls jewelry.
“The Bachelor,” which aired from February 4-8 on ABC, was a popular show in its day and has been renewed for a fifth season.
But it was a show that featured a few of its biggest stars — including Lindsay Lohan, Ryan Reynolds, and Brie Larson — being cast as women.
While the franchise had more than a dozen women on the show at one time, only one was an actual contestant, Lindsay Lohner.
The franchise also had a reputation for not being diverse enough.
In 2017, the network was criticized for not casting more than two women for every show.
The network ultimately hired more women to the cast.
A few months ago, the showrunners announced that they would be focusing more on female contestants, a change that many fans welcomed.
Some fans even speculated that the season would focus on women, though the network has yet to confirm or deny that.
This past season, “The Bachelorette” brought in a number of new women to play the game.
The showrunner of the new season, Sarah Kliff, told Entertainment Tonight that she was excited about the women’s inclusion in the game, adding that she’s excited to see how it will turn out.
Kliff also said that the new show will be “more interactive,” allowing fans to ask questions, get to know each other, and be more involved in the games.
There will be no “Bachelor”-type of season, as the franchise will be based on dating and hook-up culture.
The franchise has a history of casting its contestants in more than one relationship, but Kliff said that she is confident in how the show will end.
“I’m a little bit of a feminist.
I’ve been a feminist for a long time.
I believe in women’s equality,” Kliff told EW.
“So I’m really looking forward to having that opportunity.
It’s going to be a fun season.”
There are a few other new cast members in the new “The Big Bang Theory,” which premieres on March 17.
“Big Bang” alum J.K. Simmons will play a woman named Carly, while fellow “Bachelorett” star Alex Merritt will play Carly’s husband, Ryan.
ABC declined to comment for this story.