The ‘Bachelorette’ star’s new reality show, “Bachelor Parties,” is set to premiere on the Disney Channel on Feb. 23.
The new show will follow “Bachelorettes” contestant Ryan Seacrest and his new bride-to-be, Emily Gwynne, who will compete for the first time on the reality competition show.
The contestants will have to compete against each other in various scenarios.
Here’s what you need to know about the show.
‘Boulevard of Broken Dreams’ premieres in March, a reality show for the masses, says Disney Channel President and CEO Scott Rudin.
The show, a spinoff of the “B&)B” franchise, is a celebration of the new generation of people that is taking the time to create.
The first episode is slated to premiere March 5.
Disney Channel’s ‘Bouncer’ will premiere in April, says director/producer/showrunner Dan Pinchbeck.
“We’re really excited about this new season of ‘BOUlevard of Dreams,'” Pinchbauer said.
“The cast and crew are just incredible and really, really excited to bring it back.”
“Hail Mary!” star and Disney Channel CEO Scott Kurtz has an amazing collection of “Bourierous” dolls.
Kurtz told the Hollywood Reporter in a recent interview that he keeps his collection of dolls in a closet somewhere at his house, so the dolls can’t be seen by anyone but him.
He also told the outlet that he likes to “play with” his collection.
“Bourne” actress and Disney’s Bacheloretz alum Jessica Lange, who plays the mother of his bride, is returning to the Disney channel to perform at “Bender” and “Bumble & Bumble,” two of her favorite shows on the network.
A few more celebrities are joining the cast of “Hatebreed.”
“The Bachelor” alum and “The Bacheloretes” star John Savage will star in the new reality series, “Hathor,” which is set in the future where a group of people can have sex at any time.
Savage is also the producer on the “Haven’t You Heard?” reality series.
“Witch Hunt” star and ABC Family’s BFF/wife Amber Portwood will also be appearing on the new show.
“I’m so excited about coming on ‘Bender’ and ‘Bumble and Bumble,’ but I can’t wait to get back on ‘Love, Hate & Bum.’
I hope you all like ‘Bougie.’
We’ll do a new episode every day for the next three weeks,” Portwood told Entertainment Tonight.
A lot of new stars are joining “The Real Bachelors” cast.
“Amber Portwood has become one of the hottest things happening on television right now, and we are thrilled to have her on ‘The Real Bachelor,'” Kristin Chenoweth, executive producer of “TheRealBachelors,” told Entertainment Weekly.
“She has a great gift and we’re excited to have our most iconic couple of the decade back on the air.”
The “Bum & Boug” reality show has made its way onto the Disney XD network.
This show will be one of a few new series to air on Disney XD next year, so stay tuned!” “
With over 100 celebrity guests, the show takes the audiences inside a real B&&.;B life, where people of all ages and walks of life can meet and interact with a diverse cast of celebrity guests.
This show will be one of a few new series to air on Disney XD next year, so stay tuned!”
The series is a continuation of “Cougar Town,” which debuted in 2016.
“Diversity is a core value for Disney Channel and the new series will celebrate the most diverse cast members, from everyone from the most successful families to the most unconventional families,” Disney said.
“Beauty and the Beast” alum Emma Watson is one of four actors to appear in the “Beautiful and the Bunch” series.
Watson, who has played the role of Beast since 2014, will be joined by actress Sophie Turner in the show’s fifth season.
The foursome is set up by writer/producers Michaela Coelho and Mark Gordon, who also wrote the show for Disney.
Disney is adding a new Disney Channel show to its lineup this season: “Brick,” a “boutique” reality drama about a young woman who falls in love with a brick