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ABC Has Revealed the Cast & Premiere Date of ‘The Bachelor Winter Games’

If you can’t get enough of The Bachelor and all of its addicting spinoffs, ABC is ready to fill your void yet again. Us Weekly explains that ABC announced the contestants in their newest addition to The Bachelor family: The Bachelor Winter Games.

The latest addition to the franchise premieres on Feb. 13 at 8 p.m. ET/PT (obviously on ABC), Entertainment Weekly reveals. However, the show will only feature four episodes—because The Bachelor universe apparently enjoys toying with our hearts.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, some of the contestants include Ben (from The Bachelor Season 20), Luke (The Bachelorette Season 12), Clare (The Bachelor Season 18) and Lily (The Bachelor Season 3). TBH, we’re a little salty that Peter Kraus isn’t going to be in attendance.

While the show is centered on finding love, because The Bachelor has a common theme of doing that, contestants will compete in an assortment of Olympic-themed events. Entertainment Weekly explains that contestants will compete for love via winter biathlon, ice dancing and more. Clearly, these contestants are more dedicated to finding their special person than we are. (Because we consider putting on makeup for a date enough of a sport.)

In total, there will be two dozen singles fighting for the chance to find love (since nothing says romance like competing in sporting events.) Nevertheless, we’re glad to see that The Bachelor Winter Games will feature an international cast of bachelors and bachelorettes. Plus, we’re relieved that Nick Viall didn’t make the cut.

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