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Season 2 of ‘Bachelor Canada’ headed for production

Good Human Productions takes over from Force Four
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Greg David, November 8, 2013 11:15:47 AM

Get ready ladies, Season 2 of The Bachelor Canada is getting closer to reality.

City announced Friday morning that the network had partnered with Good Human Productions Inc. for the second go-round of the homegrown reality offering. Force Four Entertainment produced Season 1.

“Known for its high production quality, dramatic storytelling, and fairy-tale ending, The Bachelor Canada proved to be an incredible success for City in its inaugural season,” Nataline Rodrigues, director of original programming for Rogers Media, said in the release. “With their proven experience at the helm of this hit series, partnering with the creative minds at Good Human Productions was a natural fit to continue the momentum for the upcoming season.”

Rookie production company Good Human was founded by former Rogers Media executive Claire Freeland and Bachelor Canada Season 1 supervising producer Sean De Vries.

Casting for Canada’s next bachelor and bachelorettes begins in December, with production set for next spring. A fall 2014 season premiere is expected.

City confirmed that Season 1 host Tyler Harcott will reprise his role as the host The Bachelor Canada.

Earlier this year, Rogers Media president Scott Moore confirmed to TV Guide Canada that the series would return in 2014 after a debut year that averaged 727,000 viewers overall and was the No. 1 original series of all time among adults and females aged 25-54.

Season 1 of The Bachelor Canada concluded with former Canadian Football League slotback Brad Smith choosing Bianka Kamber as his gal pal. The pair is still together.


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