Nick Viall's 'Bachelor' Season Premiere Date Is Set To Help Fans Ring In The New Year Right
Nick Viall is finally ready to find his true love. After being a contestant on both Andi Drofman and Kaitlyn Bristowe's seasons of The Bachelorette, and attempting to find love again in Bachelor in Paradise, he's officially over the heartbreak. The Bachelor's Season 21 premiere date is set for Monday, Jan. 2, so you better get out your best cocktail dress. Viall won't be on the market for long, if everything we know about the upcoming season is anything to go by, and you'll be able to ring in the New Year and then lock yourself in your room in time to watch him try to find a wife for the fourth time.
"[Nick is] back stronger than ever, ready and eager to begin his search for true love," revealed ABC in their latest press release. "After all these years, and all the heartbreak, it's finally Nick's turn to hand out the roses." Could the fourth time really be the charm? "He believes in finding love on the series and hopes it is his time now," ABC continued. From the sound of Viall's latest Instagram post, what they're currently filming already sounds worth watching. "Still on my journey, but breaking my silence to share when you all can see it for yourselves!!!" Viall shared. "Get ready... it all starts January 2nd!! #thebachelor #thebachelorabc #january2 @bachelorabc"
Meanwhile, the Bachelor himself isn't the only one rooting for a successful season. Bachelor host, Chris Harrison, also couldn't be more excited about the show's latest lead. In fact, Harrison's excitement during a recent interview with Good Morning America is enough to give fan's some serious hope:
"I'm sure he's relieved waking up this morning knowing that Josh Murray will not be there beside him to compete for the woman. He's free and clear now. I think being the guy — and then having 25 or 30, I don't know how many women we'll have for 'The Bachelor' this year — but being the guy will definitely help. He's sincere. He will be there, and then to have that many women that are there just to find love — it doesn't guarantee that it's going to work, things can happen on 'The Bachelor,' but it definitely helps his odds dramatically."
Get ready for what's sure to be one of the most unpredictable, love-driven season's yet. Season 21 of ABC's The Bachelor premieres Monday, Jan. 2, at 8 p.m. EST.