As one commenter in our forums remarked after last week's Bachelorette finale, the Bachelor franchise is going to have to work mighty hard to out-hot mess Hannah Brown's Bachelorette season. Still, if any show in the Bachelorverse is up to the challenge, it's almost certainly Bachelor in Paradise.
This year's BiP looks like it will follow the mold of past seasons, promising plenty of hook-ups, lots of drama and at least one fistfight. Look for a slew of familiar faces, including Chris Bukowski, returning for a record-breaking sixth appearance on a Bachelor franchise show.
SEASON PREMIERE: In tonight's Bachelor in Paradise Season 6 kick-off, Demi Burnett wastes no time, sparking a connection with Derek Peth on night one (apparently he won't be her only makeout partner this season). Meanwhile, Blake Hortsmann gets the first date card and manages to almost immediately anger some of the women. 8:00 PM ET on ABC
SERIES FINALE: HBO's dramedy Divorce, wraps up its third and final season with ex spouses Frances (Sarah Jessica Parker) and Robert (Thomas Haden Church) reaching one last crossroads in their post-divorce relationship. 10:00 PM ET on HBO
SEASON PREMIERE: The sixth season of Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood starts with a behind-the-scenes look at The Millennium Tour, as Omarion's ex and the mother of his children, Apryl Jones, returns to the series. Ray J and Princess Love flex their power couple muscles as they prepare for the possibility of baby number two. '90s rap sensation YoYo joins the show, while K. Michelle struggles with a complicated surrogacy journey via surrogacy. 8:00 PM ET on VH1
SPECIAL PRESENTATION: Starz premieres the eye-opening documentary feature The Kleptocrats, which tells the story of one of the world's biggest financial crimes, a $3.5 billion defrauding of the Malaysian government. The trail leads investigative reporters on a paper chase across the globe, from luxury real estate to decadent parties to Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street. 9:00 PM ET on Starz
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