This Time It's Her Turn To Choose!
TORONTO, May 12 /CNW/ - DeAnna Papas is putting her heart on the line
once more when the fourth season of "The Bachelorette" premieres with a
two-hour episode, Thursday, May 22, 2008 on Citytv. The series continues with
2 hour episodes each week until the finale.Broadcast Schedule is as follows:
Citytv Toronto Thursday, May 22, 2008 at 9:00pm ET
(Moves to 8:00pm ET as of May 29)
Citytv Winnipeg Thursday, May 22, 2008 at 8:00pm CT
Citytv Calgary Thursday, May 22, 2008 at 10:00pm MT
(Moves to 9:00pm MT as of May 29)
Citytv Edmonton Thursday, May 22, 2008 at 10:00pm MT
(Moves to 9:00pm MT as of May 29)
Citytv Vancouver Thursday, May 22, 2008 at 9:00pm PT
(Moves to 8:00pm PT as of May 29)Millions of viewers watched the 26 year-old beauty, DeAnna Pappas, suffer
through a painful, last-minute rejection by Brad Womack on the eleventh season
of "The Bachelor" - earning her the sympathy of women everywhere. DeAnna made
'Bachelor' history, when she was one of the last women standing on a season
where, for the first time ever, 'The Bachelor' didn't choose either of the
final women. In the fourth installment of the popular romantic reality series,
the tables are turned as DeAnna has 25 bachelors of her own vying for her
DeAnna, a real estate agent from Newnan, Georgia, comes face to face with
25 potential soul mates as she begins her own search for true love. Her
suitors range from a sweet single dad, a hunky professional football player
who is saving himself for marriage, a handsome science teacher, a sexy
professional basketball player loaded with southern charm and an intense
romantic who isn't afraid to confront the other men about their intentions.
Despite their differences, the men have one thing in common - they are all
here to win the DeAnna's heart. Papas has her work cut out for her in the
premiere episode as she must eliminate ten of the 25 bachelors, leaving 15 men
to compete for her heart.
DeAnna's 25 suitors are:
Brian W. (Texas), 31, high school football coach from Weatherford, TX.
Brian W. (Indiana), 29, computer network consultant from New Castle, IN.
Chandler, 25, insurance representative from Spotsylvania, VA.
Chris, 29, medical sales from Dallas, TX.
Donato, 26, sales representative from Charleston, SC.
Eric, 31, senior analyst, Boston, MA.
Fred, 30, lawyer, Chicago, IL.
Graham, 29, professional basketball player from Raleigh, NC.
Greg, 28, personal trainer from New York, NY.
Jeffrey, 27, math teacher from Orlando, FL.
Jeremy, 30, real estate attorney from Dallas, TX.
Jesse, 25, professional snowboarder from Breckenridge, CO.
Jason, 31, account executive from Kirkland, WA.
Jon, 35, resort manager from Surfside Beach, SC.
Luke, 27, oyster farmer from Folly Beach, SC.
Patrick C., 26, financial analyst from Glenwood, IL.
Patrick D., 27, internet marketer from Elmhurst, IL.
Paul, 23, sales manager from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
Richard, 27, science teacher from Binghamton, NY.
Robert, 28, chef from San Francisco, CA.
Ron, 36, barber shop owner from Kansas City, MO.
Ryan, 28, professional football player from Lakeville, MN.
Sean, 33, martial arts master from Crestwood, KY.
Spero, 38, actor from Santa Monica, CA.
Twilley, 33, software programmer from Tulsa, OK.
Hosted by Chris Harrison, "The Bachelorette" is produced by Next in
association with Warner Horizon Television. Mike Fleiss, David Bohnert and
Martin Hilton are the executive producers.
Will 'The Bachelorette' find her happily-ever-after? Find out on the
two-hour season premiere of "The Bachelorette" Thursday, May 22, 2008 on
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Winnipeg, broadcasts intensely-local, urban-oriented, culturally-diverse
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Rogers Communications Inc.
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