A few changes are coming to this season of Bachelor in Paradise.
The ABC reality spinoff series has had a rough summer after shutting down production back in June, so many were shocked when filming resumed and it was announced that the season would continue almost as intended after all. However, not everything is exactly the same.
Production was shut down for an internal investigation after complaints were lodged about the fact that one of the contestants, Corinne Olympios, might not have been sober enough to give consent for a filmed sexual encounter with DeMario Jackson. After nearly two weeks, Warner Bros. concluded their investigation and allowed filming to resume, but new rules were put in place to prevent any further issues of extreme drunkenness or unclear consent.