As production of Bachelor in Paradise Season 2 is set to begin in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, reality television fans have eyes on the city.
Vallarta Daily was the first media outlet to break the story of the upcoming production beginning in May 2015 and is expected to broadcast to millions of devoted fans worldwide August 2.
While much of the production is a well-guarded secret, one can imagine that the Marieta Islands would be a prime location to share a reality television kiss. Or, perhaps, a frolic along Mismaloya Beach made famous during the Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton love affair and Burton’s starring role in ‘Night of the Iguanas.’
Production is not expected to interfere with the daily lives of residents or tourists, as much of the show is produced out of the public eye to avoid any spoilers from leaking before the show is broadcasted. However, production will put Puerto Vallarta in the spotlight every Monday night for millions of views.
The Bachelor in Paradise filmed their first season in Tulum, Mexico.
The Bachelor in Paradise brings eight women and six men together from previous seasons where six men choose the woman they would like to get to know better, leaving two women without a rose and sent home. Throughout the next seven weeks things get mixed up with the addition of additional bachelors and bachelorettes each week, and maybe a little swapping.
Whether you are a reality show fan, or not, there is no doubt that people will soon be increasing their Google search for ‘Puerto Vallarta’ during the show’s broadcast, and that’s good for Puerto Vallarta tourism.
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