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  • Amy Kaufman
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  • 12 January 2018
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Bachelor Nation review à 3 R before told details of the show's inner workings what it's like to be trapped in the mansion bubble; dark juicy tales of producer manipulation; and revelations about the alcohol fueled debauchery that occurs long before the fantasy suite Kaufman also explores what our fascination means culturally what the show says about the way we view so called ideal suitors our subconscious yearning for fairy tale romance and how this enduring television show has shaped society's feelings about love marriage and feminism by appealing to a marriage plot that's as old as Jane Aust. I m assuming anyone who has Bachelor Nation on their TBR is either a fan of the show or they hate watch it like I do If you ve never watched the show then this book won t appeal to you at all but if you haven t HOW have you escaped it It s such a pop culture phenomenon that I m genuinely curiousBack to hate watching I use that term because every time I decide to tune into a new season I wind up regretting it I watched the first few seasons religiously then got bored and stopped A few years ago I decided to give it another chance to see if much had changed Spoiler alert it hadn t really you could just tell the shows budget was larger as the dates were extravagant But this past season was SO bad that I didn t even make it past the first few episodes one smallexample of my frustration was that the bachelor was like twelve years older than one of the front runners She was over eighteen who cares right It only annoyed me because it was guarded like some sort of state secret she was the only contestant without a name attached to her bio I had to Google to find out how old she was and I was just annoyed by the whole thing it felt like a cheap way to create drama when really putting her age like all of the other women would ve been the right thing to do she was clearly very young but again NO ONE cared until it became this very noticeable difference So as you can see by my ranting I truly do hate watch but I really couldn t pass up an opportunity to read a book that promised juicy details and behind the scenes information about a totally addictive show Did it deliver MostlyKaufman is clearly well versed in all things The Bachelor related she knows her stuff and while she did have a few juicy stories most of what she discussed was stuff I already knew or assumed Let me clarify there s a show called Unreal it s a scripted series about the producers of a bachelor style show co created by a woman who used to be a producer on The Bachelor Still with me This show opened up my eyes about how much producers actually manipulate contestants into doing things on these type of reality shows Sure it s a TV show so obviously there s some exaggeration but my point is that some of Kaufman s reveals were less than shocking to me Now that s not to say that they weren t interesting and entertaining but never before revealed Eh not exactlySo what kept me turning pages Kaufman s writing style for one I felt like I was chatting with a friend about this train wreck of a show albeit a friend that s met most of the former cast mates but her style really read like a laid back gossipy conversation you would have with a buddy She is snarky and funny and this was a fast paced read she snagged some pretty big names as far as past contestants go and her overall knowledge was impressive Read this if you re a fan of the show and don t know some of the inner workings ZOOM The Global Race to Fuel the Car of the Future revelations about the alcohol fueled debauchery that occurs long before the fantasy suite Kaufman also explores what our fascination means culturally what the show says about the way we view so called ideal suitors our subconscious yearning for fairy tale Heiligenschein romance and how this enduring television show has shaped society's feelings about love marriage and feminism by appealing to a marriage plot that's as old as Jane Aust. 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Bachelor Nation review à 3 T it Die hard fans dubbed Bachelor Nation come together every week during each season to participate in fantasy leagues and viewing parties Bachelor Nation is the first behind the scenes unauthorized look into the reality television phenomenon Los Angeles Times journalist Amy Kaufman is a proud member of Bachelor Nation and has a long history with the franchise ABC even banned her from attending show events after her coverage of the program got a little too real for its liking She has interviewed dozens of producers contestants and celebrity fans to give readers neve. My secret is outI m a Bachelor Fan Of course my immediate family and a few friends know I love The Bachelor and Bachelorette shows but it s not something I regularly admit to watching I know I m not alone since I ve been seeing comments for this book pop up on Goodreads from others who start off by saying The Bachelor is their guilty pleasure show And a secret Well Amy Kaufman has now put our BachelorNation obsession into coherent words with her engaging witty book Seriously how has this show continued season after season weathering controversy and drama and still manages to bring in millions of viewers each episode Amy has your answersFriends I have to say this up frontI thoroughly enjoyed this book I read it in one sitting on a Friday evening with a large glass of wine and I had the best time As someone who s watched the show since Trista and Ryan s season so the 2nd season and they re now on season 35 I believe I absolutely loved reading about how the show was created a fluke and the very interesting behind the scenes details about it s creators Amy Kaufman had behind the scenes access to the show for many years until one day it vanished and she was deemed banned from all things Bachelormakes you say hmmm I loved her interviews with past contestants and her inside scoop on how the episodes are actually made I always wondered how the producers were working behind the scenes to get the girls and guys to SAY some of the things that come out of their mouthsnow I know and truly I ll never watch the show the sameWhat I especially liked was Amy s writing and her ability to keep the pace fast and the tone upbeat I never felt that the book ventured into gossip territory rather I found her writing to be intelligent and informative The only part that I sort of breezed through was the chapter on the history of reality dating shows but I appreciate the background info she was providing to put The Bachelor of today into context If you re a fan secret or otherwise of The BachelorBachelorette I think you ll absolutely enjoy this bookyou can find all my reviews at wwwitsbooktalkcom The Life Tree Poems reality television phenomenon Los Angeles Times journalist Amy Kaufman is a proud member of Bachelor Nation and has a long history with the franchise ABC even banned her from attending show events after her coverage of the program got a little too The Painter real for its liking She has interviewed dozens of producers contestants and celebrity fans to give یزید readers neve. My secret is outI m a Bachelor Fan Of course my immediate family and a few friends know I love The Bachelor and Bachelorette shows but it s not something I Berlin FeuerlandRoman eines Aufstands regularly admit to watching I know I m not alone since I ve been seeing comments for this book pop up on Goodreads from others who start off by saying The Bachelor is their guilty pleasure show And a secret Well Amy Kaufman has now put our BachelorNation obsession into coherent words with her engaging witty book Seriously how has this show continued season after season weathering controversy and drama and still manages to bring in millions of viewers each episode Amy has your answersFriends I have to say this up frontI thoroughly enjoyed this book I The Year's Best Horror Stories 15 read it in one sitting on a Friday evening with a large glass of wine and I had the best time As someone who s watched the show since Trista and Ryan s season so the 2nd season and they The Year's Best Horror Stories 15 re now on season 35 I believe I absolutely loved Hottest Mess reading about how the show was created a fluke and the very interesting behind the scenes details about it s creators Amy Kaufman had behind the scenes access to the show for many years until one day it vanished and she was deemed banned from all things Bachelormakes you say hmmm I loved her interviews with past contestants and her inside scoop on how the episodes are actually made I always wondered how the producers were working behind the scenes to get the girls and guys to SAY some of the things that come out of their mouthsnow I know and truly I ll never watch the show the sameWhat I especially liked was Amy s writing and her ability to keep the pace fast and the tone upbeat I never felt that the book ventured into gossip territory Hottest Mess rather I found her writing to be intelligent and informative The only part that I sort of breezed through was the chapter on the history of Hitler reality dating shows but I appreciate the background info she was providing to put The Bachelor of today into context If you Hidden re a fan secret or otherwise of The BachelorBachelorette I think you ll absolutely enjoy this bookyou can find all my Luther reviews at wwwitsbooktalkcom

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Bachelor Nation review à 3 The first definitive unauthorized behind the scenes cultural history of the Bachelor franchise America's favorite guilty pleasureFor fifteen years and thirty five seasons the Bachelor franchise has been a mainstay in American TV viewers' lives Since it premiered in 2002 the show's popularity and relevance has only grown than eight million viewers tuned in to see the conclusion of the most recent season of The BachelorThe iconic reality television show's reach and influence into the cultural zeitgeist is undeniable Bestselling writers and famous actors live tweet abou. Now that I ve outed myself as a Bachelor viewer I might as well embrace it and fully delve into it You can t watch this show without being a little critical or at least I can t That being said there s light hearted snark and then there s mocking I felt this book fell into the later category Kaufman is building a career as an author on the Bachelor so I felt she was often a little too mean about everything involved in the show including it s fans The tone of the book is a mixture of gossip rag and the author s attempt at a feminist dissection of the show which didn t uite work for me Also the freuent swearing on the author s part brought down the tone of the book even Maybe it was because I listened to the audiobook which Kaufman narrates I felt she had a persistently sarcastic tone which started to grate There were some tidbits I found interesting that the contestants cannot bring even books to the mansion the horror and that the producers are remarkably manipulative to get them to say certain things the contract even stipulates that they are allowed to make the contestants seem unhinged I think Kaufman definitely did a considerable amount of research for this book and I am sure she is a solid journalist but in the end little that was revealed struck me as very surprising It was an ok read but I wouldn t really recommend it if you are looking for a particularly enlightening look at the showFind reviews and bookish fun at