Harrison says the current plan is to film Clare Crawley's season in June and July. "But the way things are going, they don’t seem to be progressing very quickly," he tells EW. "I don’t know, maybe we have to get out of California. The politics of California are not helping anybody at this point. Maybe you have to go to a state where things are opening up quicker." What if filming on The Bachelorette was pushed back after July? "I’d hate to think of a world where we would we’d have to even contemplate that," he says. "That would mean things have gone so horribly wrong that we’re in a terrible situation as a nation. Our goal, first and foremost, is to shoot The Bachelorette, and if we can do that in the next three to four months, we’re still fine. We can push The Bachelor a little bit and get that done as well... The way we do it now, is we finish (production on The Bachelor) right before Thanksgiving. But in the past, when we were doing more (seasons), we would go into December. We could easily shift two or three months. Look, would it crush our post-production department, who's having to edit it? Yeah. But really the way we do it now is so everybody can enjoy Christmas and New Year's. (Pushing it later) would just destroy Christmas and New Year's for everybody — but we could get it done. (laughs)"