Every year, I anxiously anticipate summer rolling around. No, it’s not because of warmer weather and afternoons spent poolside. It’s because I can relax on my couch, wine glass in hand and eyes glued to the TV, to watch ABC’s “Bachelor in Paradise.”
The hit guilty pleasure dumps a bunch of hot “Bachelor” and “Bachelorette” castoffs, eager to get hitched, on an island in Mexico where drinks are flowing and tears are pouring.
This summer’s drama includes a contestant at the center of a love pentagon, knock-down, drag-out fight and more. That’s also just the first few episodes.