The Bachelor Franchise comprises sixty seasons on television, with five spin-offs in only a matter of twenty-one years, with most couples igniting their spark on-screen and continuing it off-screen.
Ryan Sutter and Trista Rehn
The second-place winner of the first season of The Bachelor, Trista, hosted the first season of The Bachelorette, where she met a brave firefighter, Ryan Sutter. They got married on television in 2003 and are celebrating 17 years of togetherness.
Catherine Giudici and Sean Lowe
Sean, during the finale of the season, made a proposal on live television to Catherine, a graphic designer, which was accepted and they got married in 2014.
Pieper James and Brendan Morais
James and wannabe actor Brendan were thrown out of Paradise after it was evident that they had been dating each other before the show. However, they stayed together.
Mari Pepin and Kenny Braasch
Mari came to Paradise to meet Kenny who appeared naked. Although they did have some rough patches, they planned to marry soon.
Bryan Abasolo and Rachel Lindsay
Rachel Lindsay was the first black Bachelorette who found her perfect match in Bryan Abasolo, during the thirteenth season of the Bachelorette.
Hannah Godwin and Dylan Barbour
Dylan Barbour got his spark with the once Pageant Queen Hannah Godwin, who was sent home in the twenty-third season of The Bachelor. He proposed to her during the season finale.
Thomas Jacobs and Becca Kufrin
Becca Kufrin and Thomas Jacobs broke up on the show but reignited their onscreen chemistry of camera when Becca proposed to Jacobs in 2022 and they are expected to get married in a few months.
Anna Redman and Chris Bukowski
Chris appeared on five different seasons of The Bachelor before, but he only found love with Anna Redman and they have just made it official.
Desiree Hartsock and Chris Siegfried
After Desiree Hartsock had an on-screen breakup in the ninth season of The Bachelorette, she was heartbroken but during the finale, she confessed her love for Chris Siegfried, and they got married in 2015.
Arie Luyendyk and Lauren
Arie Luyendyk wasn’t just a gamer on the field, but also in real life who gave a plot twist. During the finale, he dumped his fiancé, Becca Kufrin, and chose Lauren and they got married in 2019.
Abigail Heringer and Noah Erb
Although they broke up during the seventh season of the Bachelor in Paradise breakup Abigail and Noah got their happy ending off-screen and recently got engaged in August 2023.
Zach Shallcross and Katie Biggar
Katie Biggar said the big yes to Zach Shallcross in the 2023 finale even though they broke up on the twenty-seventh season of The Bachelor.