If there is one thing that we should all know by now is that there is a new normal and nothing is what it once was.
And that’s not always a bad thing.
Hollywood returning means a whole new set of rules to ensure the safety of cast and crew. For The Bachelorette that means that there will be a whole new way of filming.
The cast and crew will all be living on site and will be heading to set soon, as there needs to be a quarantine period before filming starts, Warner Horizon Unscripted confirmed.
As you know, Clare Crowley’s season was postponed due to the pandemic. The “Bachelorette” has the ability to quarantine the entire cast and crew in one location, isolated from everyone else, so production does believe that there is limited risk of people contracting the virus.
“Health and safety of our crew and cast is the number one concern,” an source shared. “There is always robust care for our team, and that will be the case as they isolate and shoot the show. Production is going above-and-beyond the recommendations.”
Rob Mills, who oversees the franchise, had previously laid out the new rules for the franchise on Ryan Seacrest.
“We’re going to be in one location and everyone will be tested the week before. Everyone who comes back negative, we shoot inside that bubble basically.” he said.
He continued, “Maybe there’s some travel, maybe it’s just domestic, maybe it’s by bus. We’ll see. If things aren’t that safe, we’ll shoot it the same way where everybody is safe, they’re tested, they’re quarantined and then you can having kissing and arguing and everything else.”
Are you excited for The Bachelorette? What do you think of Clare Crowley?