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The Bachelor is an American dating game show that started in 2002, hosted by veteran television personality and news anchor Chris Harrison.
The other two famous dating game show related to The Bachelor are The Bachelorette and Bachelor Pad.
An American paranormal reality television series, Ghost Hunters first aired on October 6, 2004 and features several paranormal investigators, including Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson.
In the series, these paranormal investigators explore places that are reportedly haunted.
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The remaining three teams are: young California couple TK (Thomas Kyle) and Rachel, Chinese-American father-daughter team Ron/Chris (or Ronald/Christina), and grandfather-grandson team Don/Nick (or Donald/Nicolas).
Everybody was on her team.” Then boom: marriage is terminated. Since her return to The Real Housewives Of Orange County, Lydia has been trying hard to situate herself in the middle of the drama, rather than on its perimeters.
Luann’s logic is apparently more backed up than the toilets at Villa Crumbles de Morgan. Great move to keep that orange, but not so wise in terms of holding on to one’s sanity.
The site even employs a version of Trump's campaign slogan with the tagline, "Making Dating Great Again." It's expected that the series could focus on some of the site's users, but Goss adds that they would likely open up the audition process to anyone who has experienced politically charged dating issues or problems.
Says Walker: "We would love to create a show that can show different people's positions and possibly bring them together." It's already doing the same for its creators.
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In 2008, it was criticized by several critics when in one of its episodes, the collar of the lead investigator, Grant Wilson, was claimed to have been pulled down by an “unforeseen” force three times.