‘Ben & Lauren: Happily Ever After?’ (Oct. 25): Ben and Lauren Go Camping

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‘Ben & Lauren: Happily Ever After?’ (Oct. 25): Ben and Lauren Go Camping

“Chad to the Bone” (10/25/16) – Ben and Lauren decide to go on a camping trip to take a break from wedding planning and get some fresh air and a fresh perspective.

Former Bachelor contestants Chris Soules, Haley Ferguson, Emily Ferguson, Lace Morris and Grant Kemp join them for the camping adventure and white water rafting.

However, when Bachelor nation bad boy Chad Johnson comes to join them in the woods, old emotions and resentment bubble to the surface and things get real.

You all know and love Ben Higgins and his fiancée Lauren Bushnell from season 20 of “The Bachelor” – but what happens after the final rose is handed out and normal life ensues? This new reality series will follow the happy couple as they prepare to walk down the aisle and begin their brand-new life together while navigating the real world after the splendor of “The Bachelor”’s exotic dates and fantasy suites has ended. During the show, some fan favorites from “The Bachelor” and “The Bachelorette” will stop by to visit and share their own advice on and experiences of life after the show.

“Ben & Lauren: Happily Ever After?” is produced by Next Entertainment in association with Warner Horizon Television. Mike Fleiss, Martin Hilton and Jason Ehrlich serve as the executive producers. Jack Mori is co-executive producer.

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