‘The Bachelor Winter Games’ Episode Guide (Feb. 13): 25 Men and Women Meet in Vermont

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‘The Bachelor Winter Games’ Episode Guide (Feb. 13): 25 Men and Women Meet in Vermont

“Episode 101” Series Premiere (02/13/18) – Baby, it’s cold outside when 25 bachelors and bachelorettes from around the world meet in the streets of Manchester, Vermont, for a grand celebration of unity and love on the premiere of the new highly anticipated four-episode series, “The Bachelor Winter Games,” beginning TUESDAY, FEB. 13 (8:00-10:00 p.m. EST), on The ABC Television Network, streaming and on demand.

Chris Harrison hosts with ESPN SportsCenter anchor and sports journalist Hannah Storm and KABC-TV sports anchor and correspondent Ashley Brewer there to help report on all of the exciting action. Bachelor royalty Trista and Ryan Sutter make a special appearance, serving as grand marshals to kick off the festivities. Following a featured performance by up-and-coming country music sensation Ruthie Collins, the singles move into their Bachelor villa at The Hermitage Club at Haystack Mountain in Wilmington, Vermont, and the games of love begin.

Back at the Bachelor villa, Chris Harrison reveals that the winter challenges will begin with a biathlon the next morning. Only the male and female winners will be awarded a date card and the opportunity to ask a potential love interest on a romantic escapade. With suitors searching for love from international versions of “The Bachelor” and “The Bachelorette” franchises, chemistry quickly heats up across borders, with an American man sharing a passionate kiss with a woman from New Zealand before the first night is over. The immediate connections among the group make the next day’s inaugural challenge as intense as ever.

With Hannah Storm and Ashley Brewer there to help cover the day’s activities, a particularly entertaining biathlon takes place, ending with two lucky winners skiing off with a date card and a decision to make. One winner makes a difficult choice, leading to a full-on meltdown from a Bachelor Nation fan favorite. While one couple heads to Wilmington, Vermont, for a night out on the town, another departs for a charming date where sparks fly as fireworks light up the sky. Later, at the first dramatic cocktail party, Chris Harrison delivers a bolt from the blue – five people will have to say goodbye at the end of the night, leaving alliances to be made and romance to be had if anyone wants a chance to stay in the game.

As previously announced, below is cast for “The Bachelor Winter Games”:


– Ben, 29, “The Bachelor” Season 20
– Dean, 26, “The Bachelorette” Season 13 (Rachel Lindsay)
– Eric, 29, “The Bachelorette” Season 13 (Rachel Lindsay)
– Jamey, 33, “The Bachelorette” Season 13 (Rachel Lindsay)
– Josiah, 29, “The Bachelorette” Season 13 (Rachel Lindsay)
– Luke, 33, “The Bachelorette” Season 12 (JoJo Fletcher)
– Michael, 37, “The Bachelorette” Season 9 (Desiree Hartsock Siegfried)

USA Women

– Ashley I., 29, “The Bachelor” Season 19 (Chris Soules)
– Clare, 36, “The Bachelor” Season 18 (Juan Pablo Galavis)
– Lesley, 30, “The Bachelor” Season 17 (Sean Lowe)
– Bibiana, 30, “The Bachelor, Season 22 (Arie Luyendyk Jr.)
– Lauren G., 27, “The Bachelor, Season 22 (Arie Luyendyk Jr.)

International Men

– Benoit, 31, “The Bachelorette” Season 1 – Canada
– Christian, 34, “The Bachelorette” Season 1 – Switzerland and Germany
– Courtney, 31, “The Bachelorette” Season 2 – Australia
– Jordan, 34, “The Bachelor” Season 2 – New Zealand
– Kevin, 33, “The Bachelorette” Season 1 – Canada

International Women

– Ally, 24, “The Bachelor” Season 3 – New Zealand
– Jenny, 34, “The Bachelor” Season 1 – Finland
– Laura, 29, “The Bachelor” Season 1 – United Kingdom
– Lily, 21, “The Bachelor” Season 3 – New Zealand
– Nastassia, 26, “The Bachelor” Season 3 – Sweden
– Rebecca, 26, “The Bachelor” Season 3 – Sweden
Tiffany, 31, “The Bachelor” Season 4 – Australia
– Yuki, 21, “The Bachelor” Season 1 – Japan
– Zoe, 25, “The Bachelor” Season 1 – China

Hosted by Chris Harrison, “The Bachelor Winter Games” is a production of Next Entertainment in association with Warner Horizon Unscripted & Alternative Television. Mike Fleiss, Martin Hilton, Nicole Woods and Bennett Graebner are the executive producers. Harrison is a co-executive producer. “The Bachelor Winter Games” is broadcast in 720 Progressive (720P), ABC’s selected HDTV format, with 5.1 stereo surround sound. A parental guideline will be assigned closer to the airdate.


Source: Nielsen Media Research / 02/05/18 - 02/11/18
Olympics Opening Cerem.NBC6.5027.84 million
Winter Olympics (Sun.)NBC5.4022.68 million
Winter Olympics (Sat.)NBC4.8021.39 million
Winter Olympics (Thurs.)CBS3.7016.00 million
This Is UsNBC2.7010.14 million
Grey's AnatomyABC2.007.33 million
Ellen's Game of GamesNBC1.907.70 million
Celeb. Big Brother (Wed.)CBS1.807.28 million
The BachelorABC1.806.83 million
The Good DoctorABC1.709.64 million


Sunday Night FootballNBC6.2618.40 million
Thursday Night FootballCBS4.4614.07 million
Thursday Night FootballNBC4.2014.06 million
The Big Bang TheoryCBS2.9214.39 million
This Is UsNBC2.7410.29 million
Young SheldonCBS2.3812.94 million
The Voice S13 (Mon.)NBC2.1110.15 million
Ellen's Game of GamesNBC2.0710.19 million
Grey's AnatomyABC2.017.90 million
The Voice S13 (Tues.)NBC2.0310.19 million