TORONTO, Feb. 4 /CNW/ – Citytv requests your presence at the wedding of the year – the union of Jason Mesnick and Molly Malaney, one of the most buzzed about couples in The Bachelor series history. Confetti will fly during the special event of The Bachelor: Jason and Molly’s Wedding, Monday, March 8 at 8 pm ET/PT (9pm MT, 7pm CT) on Citytv (s/ABC).
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“The Bachelor series is a consistent fan favourite with viewership continually increasing week after week,” commented Malcolm Dunlop, EVP Programming, Rogers Media Television. “The Bachelor: Jason and Molly’s Wedding will build upon this momentum as viewers get ready for one of the most anticipated television events of the year.”
Jason Mesnick and Molly Malaney, the first Bachelor couple to ever walk down the aisle, will share a dramatic new chapter of their love story since getting engaged last October. Viewers will get a behind-the-scenes look – beginning with Molly’s dress fitting, the bachelor and bachelorette parties, and Jason and Molly’s plans for the big day with their wedding planner. Then, it’s off to the altar for the spectacular wedding ceremony, with friends, family and past Bachelor and Bachelorette couples in attendance helping the couple celebrate this momentous occasion.
Molly and Jason’s romance has been a rocky one. Jason was rejected in DeAnna Pappas’ edition of The Bachelorette, but was a fan favourite, and the first ever single Dad. As The Bachelor, he made some questionable decisions – including proposing to Melissa Rycroft in the finale, only to have a change of heart. During The Bachelor: After The Rose Special, Jason broke up with Melissa and begged for Molly to give him a second chance. Despite the intense scrutiny from fans and media, Jason’s risk was rewarded. The couple took slow and steady steps to build their relationship, including Molly’s building a bond with Jason’s son, Ty, as they saw their connection develop into a real, lasting union.
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