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Every year host Chris Harrison says, “This is going to be the most dramatic season yet,” but this time, ‘Bachelorette’ fans actually believe it. “The Bachelorette’s” sixteenth season is expected to be a memorable one. 

“I am excited to watch ‘The Bachelorette’ this season, but I am interested to see how the season will play out this year,” Bella Pacini, sophomore, said.

Premiering Oct. 13 at 8 p.m. on ABC, fans are figuring out a place to catch up with episodes every Tuesday. The following day, episodes can be viewed on Hulu and On Demand.

“I am watching the show at my friend Emma’s house with her and Petra,” Brionna Condon, junior, said. 

Claire Crawley, the oldest Bachelorette to ever be on the show at age 39, has been searching for love through her appearances on “The Bachelorette’s” brother show, “The Bachelor.” Rumor has it, she fell in love with former football player, Dale Moss, on the first few episodes of this current season, but Moss soon turned his attention to Bachelorette alumni, Tayshia Adams. This season, the audience will see both Crawley and Adams’s love story.

“My favorite part about ‘The Bachelorette’ is refreshing my Twitter to read the funny tweets about the episode,” Ally Zazzara, senior, said. 

This season, the show is filmed in only one location, La Quinta Resort & Club in La Quinta, California, instead of multiple “date spots.” This location is famously known as where the rich and famous relax after shows for the Coachella Valley Music Festival each spring.

Get comfy and get predictions ready because “The Bachelorette” is back on air on ABC and ready to surprise viewers with all sorts of changes.