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When Will Bachelor in Paradise be on?

Bachelor in Paradise began airing on ABC on August 16, 2021, between Katie Thurston and Michelle Young's back-to-back seasons of The Bachelorette. After that, Paradise will air Mondays and Tuesdays through to mid-September, then just Tuesdays starting September 13. MarieClaire.com'Bachelor In Paradise' 2021: The Cast, The Schedule, and More

Is ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ on Tonight, Sept. 13, 2021? Here’s When to Watch Season 7 Episode 8 on ABC and Hulu

Showbiz Cheat Sheet 13 September, 2021 - 02:45pm

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RELATED: ‘Bachelor in Paradise’: Clues Becca Kufrin and Thomas Jacobs Are Still Together and Dating After the Show Ends

Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 is not on tonight, Sept. 13, and it isn’t even because of Dancing with the Stars this week. ABC will air Monday Night Football during BIP’s usual 8 p.m. ET time slot tonight. 

That said, Bachelor Mondays are officially over — for now. Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 will not be airing new episodes on Monday nights moving forward. Dancing with the Stars Season 30 will claim the 8-10 p.m. ET time slot starting with the premiere next week on Monday, Sept. 20.

RELATED: ‘Bachelor in Paradise’: Are Alana Milne and Chris Conran Back Together and Dating Now? Here’s What Went Down After the Show

While Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 won’t come on tonight, there will be a new episode tomorrow night in its usual time slot. So episode 8 of BIP 2021 will be released on Tuesday, Sept. 14, at 8-10 p.m. ET on ABC. The new episode will also drop on Hulu on Wednesday, Sept. 15.

Meanwhile, Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 will continue airing episodes on Tuesday nights. And according to ABC’s schedule, the summer spinoff will release new episodes up until The Bachelorette Season 18 premiere on Oct. 19. Michelle Young’s season will also air on Tuesday nights. But whatever the case, it’s likely there are only 5 episodes left, and the Bachelor in Paradise finale will be released on Tuesday, Oct. 12. 

RELATED: ‘Bachelor in Paradise’: Will Brendan Morais and Pieper James Leave ‘BIP’ Season 7 Early?

As Bachelor in Paradise fans move to Tuesday nights for the remainder of season 7, many viewers are simply looking forward to episode 8 on Tuesday, Sept. 14. So what can Bachelor Nation expect from the new episode? There’s a lot of drama ahead.

According to the synopsis on ABC, Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 Episode 8 will highlight the “craziest” rose ceremony nights in the show’s history. The synopsis says:

Heading into the long-awaited cocktail party, five women prepare to be sent home, but first, they’ll have to make it through one of the craziest nights in Paradise history. Starting off with a bang, the beach’s most controversial couple faces a reckoning they can’t come back from. Then, one couple pays a visit to the Boom Boom Room, another endures a birthday breakup of epic proportions, and one unlucky lady gets a second chance at love, all before the rose ceremony even begins. 

Now, episode 8 of Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 doesn’t stop at the end of the elimination ceremony. After at least five contestants are sent home, it seems there’s more drama ahead. According to ABC’s synopsis, guest host Lil Jon will finally arrive and introduce a “whole new batch of guys.” But even so, it’s possible more heartbreak is on the way.

“As a new day begins, it feels like a fresh start in Paradise,” the synopsis says. “But is there more hope or heartbreak on the horizon for these beachgoers? Only time will tell on Bachelor in Paradise.”

Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 airs Tuesdays on ABC.

RELATED: ‘Bachelor in Paradise’: Clues Becca Kufrin and Thomas Jacobs Are Still Together and Dating After the Show Ends

Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 is not on tonight, Sept. 13, and it isn’t even because of Dancing with the Stars this week. ABC will air Monday Night Football during BIP’s usual 8 p.m. ET time slot tonight. 

That said, Bachelor Mondays are officially over — for now. Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 will not be airing new episodes on Monday nights moving forward. Dancing with the Stars Season 30 will claim the 8-10 p.m. ET time slot starting with the premiere next week on Monday, Sept. 20.

RELATED: ‘Bachelor in Paradise’: Are Alana Milne and Chris Conran Back Together and Dating Now? Here’s What Went Down After the Show

While Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 won’t come on tonight, there will be a new episode tomorrow night in its usual time slot. So episode 8 of BIP 2021 will be released on Tuesday, Sept. 14, at 8-10 p.m. ET on ABC. The new episode will also drop on Hulu on Wednesday, Sept. 15.

Meanwhile, Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 will continue airing episodes on Tuesday nights. And according to ABC’s schedule, the summer spinoff will release new episodes up until The Bachelorette Season 18 premiere on Oct. 19. Michelle Young’s season will also air on Tuesday nights. But whatever the case, it’s likely there are only 5 episodes left, and the Bachelor in Paradise finale will be released on Tuesday, Oct. 12. 

RELATED: ‘Bachelor in Paradise’: Will Brendan Morais and Pieper James Leave ‘BIP’ Season 7 Early?

As Bachelor in Paradise fans move to Tuesday nights for the remainder of season 7, many viewers are simply looking forward to episode 8 on Tuesday, Sept. 14. So what can Bachelor Nation expect from the new episode? There’s a lot of drama ahead.

According to the synopsis on ABC, Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 Episode 8 will highlight the “craziest” rose ceremony nights in the show’s history. The synopsis says:

Heading into the long-awaited cocktail party, five women prepare to be sent home, but first, they’ll have to make it through one of the craziest nights in Paradise history. Starting off with a bang, the beach’s most controversial couple faces a reckoning they can’t come back from. Then, one couple pays a visit to the Boom Boom Room, another endures a birthday breakup of epic proportions, and one unlucky lady gets a second chance at love, all before the rose ceremony even begins. 

Now, episode 8 of Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 doesn’t stop at the end of the elimination ceremony. After at least five contestants are sent home, it seems there’s more drama ahead. According to ABC’s synopsis, guest host Lil Jon will finally arrive and introduce a “whole new batch of guys.” But even so, it’s possible more heartbreak is on the way.

“As a new day begins, it feels like a fresh start in Paradise,” the synopsis says. “But is there more hope or heartbreak on the horizon for these beachgoers? Only time will tell on Bachelor in Paradise.”

Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 airs Tuesdays on ABC.

Is ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ on Tonight, Sept. 13, 2021? Here’s When to Watch Season 7 Episode 8 on ABC and Hulu

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RELATED: ‘Bachelor in Paradise’: Clues Becca Kufrin and Thomas Jacobs Are Still Together and Dating After the Show Ends

Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 is not on tonight, Sept. 13, and it isn’t even because of Dancing with the Stars this week. ABC will air Monday Night Football during BIP’s usual 8 p.m. ET time slot tonight. 

That said, Bachelor Mondays are officially over — for now. Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 will not be airing new episodes on Monday nights moving forward. Dancing with the Stars Season 30 will claim the 8-10 p.m. ET time slot starting with the premiere next week on Monday, Sept. 20.

RELATED: ‘Bachelor in Paradise’: Are Alana Milne and Chris Conran Back Together and Dating Now? Here’s What Went Down After the Show

While Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 won’t come on tonight, there will be a new episode tomorrow night in its usual time slot. So episode 8 of BIP 2021 will be released on Tuesday, Sept. 14, at 8-10 p.m. ET on ABC. The new episode will also drop on Hulu on Wednesday, Sept. 15.

Meanwhile, Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 will continue airing episodes on Tuesday nights. And according to ABC’s schedule, the summer spinoff will release new episodes up until The Bachelorette Season 18 premiere on Oct. 19. Michelle Young’s season will also air on Tuesday nights. But whatever the case, it’s likely there are only 5 episodes left, and the Bachelor in Paradise finale will be released on Tuesday, Oct. 12. 

RELATED: ‘Bachelor in Paradise’: Will Brendan Morais and Pieper James Leave ‘BIP’ Season 7 Early?

As Bachelor in Paradise fans move to Tuesday nights for the remainder of season 7, many viewers are simply looking forward to episode 8 on Tuesday, Sept. 14. So what can Bachelor Nation expect from the new episode? There’s a lot of drama ahead.

According to the synopsis on ABC, Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 Episode 8 will highlight the “craziest” rose ceremony nights in the show’s history. The synopsis says:

Heading into the long-awaited cocktail party, five women prepare to be sent home, but first, they’ll have to make it through one of the craziest nights in Paradise history. Starting off with a bang, the beach’s most controversial couple faces a reckoning they can’t come back from. Then, one couple pays a visit to the Boom Boom Room, another endures a birthday breakup of epic proportions, and one unlucky lady gets a second chance at love, all before the rose ceremony even begins. 

Now, episode 8 of Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 doesn’t stop at the end of the elimination ceremony. After at least five contestants are sent home, it seems there’s more drama ahead. According to ABC’s synopsis, guest host Lil Jon will finally arrive and introduce a “whole new batch of guys.” But even so, it’s possible more heartbreak is on the way.

“As a new day begins, it feels like a fresh start in Paradise,” the synopsis says. “But is there more hope or heartbreak on the horizon for these beachgoers? Only time will tell on Bachelor in Paradise.”

Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 airs Tuesdays on ABC.

RELATED: ‘Bachelor in Paradise’: Clues Becca Kufrin and Thomas Jacobs Are Still Together and Dating After the Show Ends

Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 is not on tonight, Sept. 13, and it isn’t even because of Dancing with the Stars this week. ABC will air Monday Night Football during BIP’s usual 8 p.m. ET time slot tonight. 

That said, Bachelor Mondays are officially over — for now. Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 will not be airing new episodes on Monday nights moving forward. Dancing with the Stars Season 30 will claim the 8-10 p.m. ET time slot starting with the premiere next week on Monday, Sept. 20.

RELATED: ‘Bachelor in Paradise’: Are Alana Milne and Chris Conran Back Together and Dating Now? Here’s What Went Down After the Show

While Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 won’t come on tonight, there will be a new episode tomorrow night in its usual time slot. So episode 8 of BIP 2021 will be released on Tuesday, Sept. 14, at 8-10 p.m. ET on ABC. The new episode will also drop on Hulu on Wednesday, Sept. 15.

Meanwhile, Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 will continue airing episodes on Tuesday nights. And according to ABC’s schedule, the summer spinoff will release new episodes up until The Bachelorette Season 18 premiere on Oct. 19. Michelle Young’s season will also air on Tuesday nights. But whatever the case, it’s likely there are only 5 episodes left, and the Bachelor in Paradise finale will be released on Tuesday, Oct. 12. 

RELATED: ‘Bachelor in Paradise’: Will Brendan Morais and Pieper James Leave ‘BIP’ Season 7 Early?

As Bachelor in Paradise fans move to Tuesday nights for the remainder of season 7, many viewers are simply looking forward to episode 8 on Tuesday, Sept. 14. So what can Bachelor Nation expect from the new episode? There’s a lot of drama ahead.

According to the synopsis on ABC, Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 Episode 8 will highlight the “craziest” rose ceremony nights in the show’s history. The synopsis says:

Heading into the long-awaited cocktail party, five women prepare to be sent home, but first, they’ll have to make it through one of the craziest nights in Paradise history. Starting off with a bang, the beach’s most controversial couple faces a reckoning they can’t come back from. Then, one couple pays a visit to the Boom Boom Room, another endures a birthday breakup of epic proportions, and one unlucky lady gets a second chance at love, all before the rose ceremony even begins. 

Now, episode 8 of Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 doesn’t stop at the end of the elimination ceremony. After at least five contestants are sent home, it seems there’s more drama ahead. According to ABC’s synopsis, guest host Lil Jon will finally arrive and introduce a “whole new batch of guys.” But even so, it’s possible more heartbreak is on the way.

“As a new day begins, it feels like a fresh start in Paradise,” the synopsis says. “But is there more hope or heartbreak on the horizon for these beachgoers? Only time will tell on Bachelor in Paradise.”

Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 airs Tuesdays on ABC.

Is ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ on Tonight, Sept. 13, 2021? Here’s When to Watch Season 7 Episode 8 on ABC and Hulu

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RELATED: ‘Bachelor in Paradise’: Clues Becca Kufrin and Thomas Jacobs Are Still Together and Dating After the Show Ends

Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 is not on tonight, Sept. 13, and it isn’t even because of Dancing with the Stars this week. ABC will air Monday Night Football during BIP’s usual 8 p.m. ET time slot tonight. 

That said, Bachelor Mondays are officially over — for now. Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 will not be airing new episodes on Monday nights moving forward. Dancing with the Stars Season 30 will claim the 8-10 p.m. ET time slot starting with the premiere next week on Monday, Sept. 20.

Let them know now you're not free this month pic.twitter.com/tLfxobCaH8

RELATED: ‘Bachelor in Paradise’: Are Alana Milne and Chris Conran Back Together and Dating Now? Here’s What Went Down After the Show

While Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 won’t come on tonight, there will be a new episode tomorrow night in its usual time slot. So episode 8 of BIP 2021 will be released on Tuesday, Sept. 14, at 8-10 p.m. ET on ABC. The new episode will also drop on Hulu on Wednesday, Sept. 15.

Meanwhile, Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 will continue airing episodes on Tuesday nights. And according to ABC’s schedule, the summer spinoff will release new episodes up until The Bachelorette Season 18 premiere on Oct. 19. Michelle Young’s season will also air on Tuesday nights. But whatever the case, it’s likely there are only 5 episodes left, and the Bachelor in Paradise finale will be released on Tuesday, Oct. 12. 

RELATED: ‘Bachelor in Paradise’: Will Brendan Morais and Pieper James Leave ‘BIP’ Season 7 Early?

As Bachelor in Paradise fans move to Tuesday nights for the remainder of season 7, many viewers are simply looking forward to episode 8 on Tuesday, Sept. 14. So what can Bachelor Nation expect from the new episode? There’s a lot of drama ahead.

According to the synopsis on ABC, Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 Episode 8 will highlight the “craziest” rose ceremony nights in the show’s history. The synopsis says:

Heading into the long-awaited cocktail party, five women prepare to be sent home, but first, they’ll have to make it through one of the craziest nights in Paradise history. Starting off with a bang, the beach’s most controversial couple faces a reckoning they can’t come back from. Then, one couple pays a visit to the Boom Boom Room, another endures a birthday breakup of epic proportions, and one unlucky lady gets a second chance at love, all before the rose ceremony even begins. 

Now, episode 8 of Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 doesn’t stop at the end of the elimination ceremony. After at least five contestants are sent home, it seems there’s more drama ahead. According to ABC’s synopsis, guest host Lil Jon will finally arrive and introduce a “whole new batch of guys.” But even so, it’s possible more heartbreak is on the way.

“As a new day begins, it feels like a fresh start in Paradise,” the synopsis says. “But is there more hope or heartbreak on the horizon for these beachgoers? Only time will tell on Bachelor in Paradise.”

Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 airs Tuesdays on ABC.

RELATED: ‘Bachelor in Paradise’: Clues Becca Kufrin and Thomas Jacobs Are Still Together and Dating After the Show Ends

Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 is not on tonight, Sept. 13, and it isn’t even because of Dancing with the Stars this week. ABC will air Monday Night Football during BIP’s usual 8 p.m. ET time slot tonight. 

That said, Bachelor Mondays are officially over — for now. Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 will not be airing new episodes on Monday nights moving forward. Dancing with the Stars Season 30 will claim the 8-10 p.m. ET time slot starting with the premiere next week on Monday, Sept. 20.

Let them know now you're not free this month pic.twitter.com/tLfxobCaH8

RELATED: ‘Bachelor in Paradise’: Are Alana Milne and Chris Conran Back Together and Dating Now? Here’s What Went Down After the Show

While Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 won’t come on tonight, there will be a new episode tomorrow night in its usual time slot. So episode 8 of BIP 2021 will be released on Tuesday, Sept. 14, at 8-10 p.m. ET on ABC. The new episode will also drop on Hulu on Wednesday, Sept. 15.

Meanwhile, Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 will continue airing episodes on Tuesday nights. And according to ABC’s schedule, the summer spinoff will release new episodes up until The Bachelorette Season 18 premiere on Oct. 19. Michelle Young’s season will also air on Tuesday nights. But whatever the case, it’s likely there are only 5 episodes left, and the Bachelor in Paradise finale will be released on Tuesday, Oct. 12. 

RELATED: ‘Bachelor in Paradise’: Will Brendan Morais and Pieper James Leave ‘BIP’ Season 7 Early?

As Bachelor in Paradise fans move to Tuesday nights for the remainder of season 7, many viewers are simply looking forward to episode 8 on Tuesday, Sept. 14. So what can Bachelor Nation expect from the new episode? There’s a lot of drama ahead.

According to the synopsis on ABC, Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 Episode 8 will highlight the “craziest” rose ceremony nights in the show’s history. The synopsis says:

Heading into the long-awaited cocktail party, five women prepare to be sent home, but first, they’ll have to make it through one of the craziest nights in Paradise history. Starting off with a bang, the beach’s most controversial couple faces a reckoning they can’t come back from. Then, one couple pays a visit to the Boom Boom Room, another endures a birthday breakup of epic proportions, and one unlucky lady gets a second chance at love, all before the rose ceremony even begins. 

Now, episode 8 of Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 doesn’t stop at the end of the elimination ceremony. After at least five contestants are sent home, it seems there’s more drama ahead. According to ABC’s synopsis, guest host Lil Jon will finally arrive and introduce a “whole new batch of guys.” But even so, it’s possible more heartbreak is on the way.

“As a new day begins, it feels like a fresh start in Paradise,” the synopsis says. “But is there more hope or heartbreak on the horizon for these beachgoers? Only time will tell on Bachelor in Paradise.”

Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 airs Tuesdays on ABC.

Is ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ on Tonight, Sept. 13, 2021? Here’s When to Watch Season 7 Episode 8 on ABC and Hulu

Showbiz Cheat Sheet 13 September, 2021 - 02:45pm

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RELATED: ‘Bachelor in Paradise’: Clues Becca Kufrin and Thomas Jacobs Are Still Together and Dating After the Show Ends

Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 is not on tonight, Sept. 13, and it isn’t even because of Dancing with the Stars this week. ABC will air Monday Night Football during BIP’s usual 8 p.m. ET time slot tonight. 

That said, Bachelor Mondays are officially over — for now. Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 will not be airing new episodes on Monday nights moving forward. Dancing with the Stars Season 30 will claim the 8-10 p.m. ET time slot starting with the premiere next week on Monday, Sept. 20.

RELATED: ‘Bachelor in Paradise’: Are Alana Milne and Chris Conran Back Together and Dating Now? Here’s What Went Down After the Show

While Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 won’t come on tonight, there will be a new episode tomorrow night in its usual time slot. So episode 8 of BIP 2021 will be released on Tuesday, Sept. 14, at 8-10 p.m. ET on ABC. The new episode will also drop on Hulu on Wednesday, Sept. 15.

Meanwhile, Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 will continue airing episodes on Tuesday nights. And according to ABC’s schedule, the summer spinoff will release new episodes up until The Bachelorette Season 18 premiere on Oct. 19. Michelle Young’s season will also air on Tuesday nights. But whatever the case, it’s likely there are only 5 episodes left, and the Bachelor in Paradise finale will be released on Tuesday, Oct. 12. 

RELATED: ‘Bachelor in Paradise’: Will Brendan Morais and Pieper James Leave ‘BIP’ Season 7 Early?

As Bachelor in Paradise fans move to Tuesday nights for the remainder of season 7, many viewers are simply looking forward to episode 8 on Tuesday, Sept. 14. So what can Bachelor Nation expect from the new episode? There’s a lot of drama ahead.

According to the synopsis on ABC, Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 Episode 8 will highlight the “craziest” rose ceremony nights in the show’s history. The synopsis says:

Heading into the long-awaited cocktail party, five women prepare to be sent home, but first, they’ll have to make it through one of the craziest nights in Paradise history. Starting off with a bang, the beach’s most controversial couple faces a reckoning they can’t come back from. Then, one couple pays a visit to the Boom Boom Room, another endures a birthday breakup of epic proportions, and one unlucky lady gets a second chance at love, all before the rose ceremony even begins. 

Now, episode 8 of Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 doesn’t stop at the end of the elimination ceremony. After at least five contestants are sent home, it seems there’s more drama ahead. According to ABC’s synopsis, guest host Lil Jon will finally arrive and introduce a “whole new batch of guys.” But even so, it’s possible more heartbreak is on the way.

“As a new day begins, it feels like a fresh start in Paradise,” the synopsis says. “But is there more hope or heartbreak on the horizon for these beachgoers? Only time will tell on Bachelor in Paradise.”

Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 airs Tuesdays on ABC.

RELATED: ‘Bachelor in Paradise’: Clues Becca Kufrin and Thomas Jacobs Are Still Together and Dating After the Show Ends

Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 is not on tonight, Sept. 13, and it isn’t even because of Dancing with the Stars this week. ABC will air Monday Night Football during BIP’s usual 8 p.m. ET time slot tonight. 

That said, Bachelor Mondays are officially over — for now. Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 will not be airing new episodes on Monday nights moving forward. Dancing with the Stars Season 30 will claim the 8-10 p.m. ET time slot starting with the premiere next week on Monday, Sept. 20.

RELATED: ‘Bachelor in Paradise’: Are Alana Milne and Chris Conran Back Together and Dating Now? Here’s What Went Down After the Show

While Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 won’t come on tonight, there will be a new episode tomorrow night in its usual time slot. So episode 8 of BIP 2021 will be released on Tuesday, Sept. 14, at 8-10 p.m. ET on ABC. The new episode will also drop on Hulu on Wednesday, Sept. 15.

Meanwhile, Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 will continue airing episodes on Tuesday nights. And according to ABC’s schedule, the summer spinoff will release new episodes up until The Bachelorette Season 18 premiere on Oct. 19. Michelle Young’s season will also air on Tuesday nights. But whatever the case, it’s likely there are only 5 episodes left, and the Bachelor in Paradise finale will be released on Tuesday, Oct. 12. 

RELATED: ‘Bachelor in Paradise’: Will Brendan Morais and Pieper James Leave ‘BIP’ Season 7 Early?

As Bachelor in Paradise fans move to Tuesday nights for the remainder of season 7, many viewers are simply looking forward to episode 8 on Tuesday, Sept. 14. So what can Bachelor Nation expect from the new episode? There’s a lot of drama ahead.

According to the synopsis on ABC, Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 Episode 8 will highlight the “craziest” rose ceremony nights in the show’s history. The synopsis says:

Heading into the long-awaited cocktail party, five women prepare to be sent home, but first, they’ll have to make it through one of the craziest nights in Paradise history. Starting off with a bang, the beach’s most controversial couple faces a reckoning they can’t come back from. Then, one couple pays a visit to the Boom Boom Room, another endures a birthday breakup of epic proportions, and one unlucky lady gets a second chance at love, all before the rose ceremony even begins. 

Now, episode 8 of Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 doesn’t stop at the end of the elimination ceremony. After at least five contestants are sent home, it seems there’s more drama ahead. According to ABC’s synopsis, guest host Lil Jon will finally arrive and introduce a “whole new batch of guys.” But even so, it’s possible more heartbreak is on the way.

“As a new day begins, it feels like a fresh start in Paradise,” the synopsis says. “But is there more hope or heartbreak on the horizon for these beachgoers? Only time will tell on Bachelor in Paradise.”

Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 airs Tuesdays on ABC.

Why isn’t ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ on tonight (9/13/21)?

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Is Bachelor in Paradise on tonight, September 13? (Season 7, episode 8)

Accept this Rose 13 September, 2021 - 04:23am

BACHELOR IN PARADISE - “708” – Heading into the long-awaited cocktail party, five women prepare to be sent home, but first, they’ll have to make it through one of the craziest nights in Paradise history. Starting off with a bang, the beach’s most controversial couple faces a reckoning they can’t come back from. Then, one couple pays a visit to the Boom Boom Room, another endures a birthday breakup of epic proportions, and one unlucky lady gets a second chance at love, all before the rose ceremony even begins. When the roses are finally handed out, there’s one more surprise in store…WHAT?! Lil Jon has arrived as the next guest host and he’s not playing around, OKAY? In fact, he brought a whole new batch of guys with him who will make their entrances soon. Later, as a new day begins, it feels like a fresh start in Paradise. But is there more hope or heartbreak on the horizon for these beachgoers? Only time will tell on “Bachelor in Paradise,” TUESDAY, SEPT. 14 (8:00-10:01 p.m. EDT), on ABC. (ABC/Craig Sjodin) BACHELOR IN PARADISE

Anyone else still not over last week’s episodes of Bachelor in Paradise? This season has been nothing short of chaotic and it’s evident the producers and contestants are pulling out all the stops to give us entertaining television.

Last week on Bachelor in Paradise season 7, we got the big drama between Brendan Morais and Pieper James — two contestants who were seeing each other before coming onto the beach and tricked their co-stars into thinking they were there to explore other relationships. The next night, we then got another bombshell when Chris Conran totally betrayed Jessenia Cruz and struck up a romance with newcomer Alana Milne.

Episode 7 ended with Chris and Alana being bullied off the beach, which I don’t think anyone saw coming. This week, we need to get a resolution for Brendan and Pieper, and I know most fans of the show wanted them to be kicked off as well.

So when can we tune in for the next episode of Bachelor in Paradise season 7? The schedule has kind of difficult to keep up with.

Although the past few weeks saw episodes airing on Mondays and Tuesdays, we’re switching back to just one night starting this week. Bachelor in Paradise season 7 will now only premiere new episodes on Tuesday nights, meaning episode 8 will be released tomorrow, Sept. 14. The release times will remain the same at 8:00 p.m. EST.

It’s certainly unfortunate we won’t be getting a new episode tonight, but judging by teasers for tomorrow’s episode, it looks like it might be worth the wait. Check out this quick clip below posted by the show’s Instagram account.

Things are about to get even messier. Keep up with us at Accept This Rose for all of our Bachelor in Paradise season 7 coverage!

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