The Bachelorette: The Beast Is Back

The Bachelorette: The Beast Is Back

Season 15 of The Bachelorette premiered this Monday and boy, am I ready?!


I have been watching The Bachelor, The Bachelorette, and Bachelor in Paradise for a very long time. Mondays are Bachelor night, and nothing gets in the way of that. Yet, after Colton's dramatic, yet somehow boring, season of ups and downs, I was left feeling confused on what to expect next.

Last season's batch of women were not the most traditional. There was so much loose drama following these pretty average women that I did not know how they were going to proceed with the following season. However, when Hannah "Beast" Brown was announced as the next Bachelorette, my hopes were lifted.

Hannah B. is one of the last people I would have guessed to be the Bachelorette. She's wacky and awkward and, at least throughout Colton's season, not the most reliable. Yet, once the attention was turned to her, she stepped up to the plate.

During the premiere, Hannah proved that she is strong and intelligent - qualities that were edited out in the previous season. Of course, she's still the same goofy Hannah "Beast" that she introduced to America, but much more depth has been added with the spotlight.

During the episode, drama arose with a contestant, Scott, who supposedly had a girlfriend back home. Although I was not pleased with the amount of time given to Scott and his absurdity, I did appreciate how Hannah handled the whole situation. She made it very clear that she is not here for games or disrespect for herself or any of the other men.

Because most of the night was spent dealing with Scott, most of the other men slipped off the radar. Seriously, I probably can not name half of them because of their lack of screen time.

That being said, it is hard to pick front runners just yet. However, with some help from the season previews, I think it is safe to say that Luke will be a main character. So far, it seems as though Hannah really likes Luke. He definitely spent the most time with her and made it clear that he cares for her. Oh, and he got the first impression rose. But, something is off about him. I mean, besides claiming that he's been talked to by God in the shower, he seems to be the instigator of some major issues later on in the season.

The season seems to be shaping up to be much more eventful than I had expected. I was bored with the past couple of seasons, but I think that will change with Hannah B. Besides her group of men, Hannah will definitely bring something new to the show. It has been awhile since there has been an unapologetically real leading lady on this show, and I am more than excited to see where she takes this franchise.

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7 TV Shows And Movies To Look Out For Summer '19

Honey, you've got a big storm coming.


I am thoroughly convinced that summer 2019 is THE season of new and highly anticipated content. If you don't believe me, just look at this:

1. Stranger Things ​​(Season 3) 

The third installment of the 1980s sci-fi thriller comes out this July 4th and fans are counting down the days as they wait. Need I say more?

2. Black Mirror (Season 5)

Head over to Netflix RIGHT NOW because the fifth season of the fan-favorite unnerving tech anthology just came out. I already binged the whole thing and I highly recommend. Plus, your old favorite pop princess might make an appearance. ;)

3. Men in Black: International

Oh yeah...your favorite alien franchise is back.

4. Toy Story 4

Let your inner-child shine as the fourth installment of the heart-melting toy-centric movie series comes back to grace all our movie theater screens.

5. Big Little Lies (Season 2)

FINALLY! This past Sunday, the 2nd season of the widely popular drama was released on HBO. Even though we've only seen 1 episode, it was amazing. Plus, Meryl Streep just joined the already star-studded cast -- how do you beat that?

6. Spider-Man: Far From Home

Your favorite Spiderman (Tom Holland) is back and better than ever. This time, Peter Parker sets off on a European adventure, and I don't know about you, but I can't wait.

7. The Lion King

Donald Glover, Beyoncé, and Seth Rogan...what could be better? The live-action remake of a childhood favorite is finally bound to hit theaters this July, and it's going to be epic.

So, get ready to plan your movie/TV binge days because you DON'T want to miss these.

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