It works with special algorithms that match users with potential dates.
Production on “Bachelor in Paradise” was recently shut down, as Warner Bros.
To answer questions regarding what happens behind-the-scenes on reality dating series like “Bachelor in Paradise,” interviewed a top reality TV producer, who specializes in the dating show genre.
This veteran producer — who agreed to speak anonymously — has worked for 25 years in the entertainment industry and has never worked on “The Bachelor” franchise.
The producer offered valuable insight on standard on-set protocol, safety measures for contestants, plus paperwork that protects the network and the production company behind reality TV shows.
I would describe the paperwork that you have to sign on a show like this, or any reality show where you have to cohabit with people and date them, the release that you need to sign — to say the word “comprehensive” would be an understatement.
We’re talking about a document that is thick and weighty, that releases the production company and the network from almost every conceivable possibility. I can’t even think of enough words to describe how in-depth that release is.