[Ebook] ➯ Bachelor Nation ➮ Amy Kaufman – Writerscompany.co.uk

Bachelor Nation The First Definitive, Unauthorized, Behind The Scenes Cultural History Of The Bachelor Franchise, America S Favorite Guilty PleasureFor Fifteen Years And Thirty Five Seasons, The Bachelor Franchise Has Been A Mainstay In American TV Viewers Lives Since It Premiered In 2002, The Show S Popularity And Relevance Has Only Grown Than Eight Million Viewers Tuned In To See The Conclusion Of The Most Recent Season Of The Bachelor.The Iconic Reality Television Show S Reach And Influence Into The Cultural Zeitgeist Is Undeniable Bestselling Writers And Famous Actors Live Tweet About It Die Hard Fans Dubbed Bachelor Nation Come Together Every Week During Each Season To Participate In Fantasy Leagues And Viewing Parties Bachelor Nation Is The First Behind The Scenes, Unauthorized Look Into The Reality Television Phenomenon Los Angeles Times Journalist Amy Kaufman Is A Proud Member Of Bachelor Nation And Has A Long History With The Franchise ABC Even Banned Her From Attending Show Events After Her Coverage Of The Program Got A Little Too Real For Its Liking She Has Interviewed Dozens Of Producers, Contestants, And Celebrity Fans To Give Readers Never Before Told Details Of The Show S Inner Workings What It S Like To Be Trapped In The Mansion Bubble Dark, Juicy Tales Of Producer Manipulation And Revelations About The Alcohol Fueled Debauchery That Occurs Long Before The Fantasy Suite Kaufman Also Explores What Our Fascination Means, Culturally What The Show Says About The Way We View So Called Ideal Suitors, Our Subconscious Yearning For Fairy Tale Romance, And How This Enduring Television Show Has Shaped Society S Feelings About Love, Marriage, And Feminism By Appealing To A Marriage Plot That S As Old As Jane Austen.


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10 thoughts on “Bachelor Nation

  1. says:

    Now that I ve outed myself as a Bachelor viewer, I might as well embrace it and fully delve into it You can t watch this show without being a little critical, or at least I can t That being said, there s light hearted snark a


  2. says:

    My secret is out.I m a Bachelor Fan Of course, my immediate family and a few friends know I love The Bachelor and Bachelorette shows but it s not something I regularly admit to watching I know I m not alone since I ve been seeing comm


  3. says:

    Well, now that I ve outed myself as a Bachelor fan, I ll say that I was hoping forbehind the scenes gossip and drama, but unfortunately that s not what I got The book itself was a little boring, and I found myself zoning out while reading it.


  4. says:

    This was a fun ride, mostly because Kaufman is a good narrator She is authoritative journalistic at times aka getting us some dirt and behind the scenes info, teaching us some Bachelor history, walking us through what it is like to be on this show And


  5. says:

    Read this review on Julie s BookshelfI m going to lead into this one by saying Amy, you are HILARIOUS, like really hilarious From page one Amy had me beyond entertained and this book read as if I was engaging in a conversation with a friend How many times did I


  6. says:

    I m assuming anyone who has Bachelor Nation on their TBR is either a fan of the show or they hate watch it like I do If you ve never watched the show then this book won t appeal to you at all, but if you haven t HOW have you escaped it It s such a pop culture phenomenon


  7. says:

    I skim read this in 90 minutes at Chapters this afternoon while sipping a Starbucks tea latte because I am secretly B A S I C I started watching The Bachelor in high school when I was very sad because watching pretty people cry can make you feel really good about yourself if you


  8. says:

    I guess I set my expectations too high for this book, because my only thought when I finished reading it was is that it For a book that s supposed to be about what happens behind the scenes of The Bachelor, it revealed surprisingly little This could be because I regularly read recaps and


  9. says:

    This was a fairly interesting read I was hoping fordetailed and scandalous dirt, but the author sounds like she did her due diligence in trying to get people to open up She conducted a ton of interviews with people who were willing to talk, and I really commend her research efforts for this book


  10. says:

    This was a lot of fun I had low expectations because I listen to a few Bachelor podcasts with contestant interviews I know I know and I thought I mostly understood the setup Wrong There was so much I learned ...


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