What Channel Is ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ On? How to Watch Season 7

After two long years, Bachelor in Paradise returns Aug. 16, 2021 with an all-new season. Find out who you can expect to see from Bachelor Nation on season 7 of Bachelor in Paradise. Plus details about how to watch the latest season of BIP

Wells Adams and David Spade on the beach of 'Bachelor in Paradise'
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‘Bachelor in Paradise’ Season 7 cast 

Fresh off of Katie Thurston’s season of The Bachelorette, many fans can’t wait to see some of the men from her season return on Bachelor in Paradise. Plus, men from Clare Crawley and Tayshia Adams’ seasons of the show will return to Bachelor Nation, too. 

Of course, a handful of women from Matt James’ season of The Bachelor will also return to find love in BIP. This includes the “Queen” herself, Victoria Larson. Bachelor in Paradise Season 7 will also feature outlier cast members from previous seasons of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette.

Here’s the complete list of BIP Season 7 cast members: 

  • Joe Amabile 
  • James Bonsall
  • Tia Booth
  • Kenny Braasch
  • Connor Brennan
  • Demi Burnett
  • Serena Chrew
  • Riley Christian
  • Aaron Clancy
  • Tre Cooper
  • Chris Conran
  • Jessenia Cruz
  • McKenna Dorn
  • Noah Erb
  • Maurissa Gunn
  • Ivan Hall
  • Tahzjuan Hawkins
  • Abigail Heringer
  • Thomas Jacobs
  • Pieper James
  • Deandra Kanu
  • Kendall Long
  • Tammy Ly
  • Brendan Morais
  • Natasha Parker
  • Victoria Paul
  • Mari Pepin-Solis
  • Serena Pitt
  • Karl Smith
  • Chelsea Vaughn
  • Kelsey Weier

‘Bachelor in Paradise’ is available on ABC, Hulu, and Fubo 

Bachelor in Paradise premieres new episodes on ABC Mondays at 8 PM EST. The Futon Critic reports that new episodes of BIP Season 7 will drop twice a week beginning Aug. 23. The schedule will shift to only Tuesdays starting Sept. 14.

Bachelor Nation can tune in live via their cable provider or stream new episodes through the ABC app. Episodes of Bachelor in Paradise will also be available to stream on Hulu the next day. Fubo will also have new episodes of Bachelor in Paradise available to stream after they air on ABC. 

Wells Adams and several celebrity guest hosts will replace Chris Harrison in ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ Season 7

Since Chris Harrison stepped down as master of ceremonies for the ABC dating franchise, his role will be filled by several other Bachelor Nation stars. Adams and Kaitlyn Bristowe hosted Thurston’s season of The Bachelorette. They’ll resume that role for Michelle Young’s season. 

As for Bachelor in Paradise, Wells Adams will take on an expanded role. Instead of being the BIP bartender, Adams will serve as the Master of Ceremonies and Cocktails. Several celebrity guest hosts will also appear in season 7 of Paradise, including David Spade, Lance Bass, Lil Jon, and Titus Burgess. 

‘Bachelor in Paradise’ cast react to the show’s new hosts

The season 7 cast of Bachelor in Paradise is excited for fans to see what unfolds this season. But they’re also excited for fans to see the show’s guest hosts. Brennan from Thurston’s season of The Bachelorette was particularly excited to meet Spade, who voices the llama in his favorite movie, The Emperor’s New Groove

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“[It was] pretty cool to meet my icon,” Brennan told Entertainment Tonight. “[It was a] big moment for me, absolutely.” Other Bachelor Nation stars like Clancy were excited about meeting Lil John. 

“I loved it,” he told the outlet. “I couldn’t [think] of a better person to crash the party. [I] took a tequila shot with the guy, highlight of my life.”

Tune in to Bachelor in Paradise beginning Aug. 16 at 8 PM EST on ABC.