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‘Bachelor in Paradise’ Weathers Scandal to Get Season 4 Premiere Date

Production temporarily shut down in June after allegations of misconduct

“Bachelor in Paradise” fans can finally mark their calendars for its return to the beach.

The ABC dating series airs its two-night Season 4 premiere on Monday, August 14, and Tuesday, August 15. This season will include the televised nuptials of last year’s final remaining couple, Evan Bass and Carly Waddell.

“Paradise” was initially scheduled to launch its fourth season on Aug. 8 until the plan was abruptly altered due to a much-publicized production shutdown.

DeMario Jackson and Corinne Olympios were both involved in an on-set incident that led producer Warner Bros. to announce on June 11 that filming had been halted due to “allegations of misconduct.”

The “Bachelor” spinoff resumed production after the studio announced on June 20 that the results of its investigation did “not support any charge of misconduct by a cast member.”

Olympios said in a statement released on June 29 that her team had concluded its investigation into the allegations that led to the shutdown.

She said she had been offered a chance to participate in the revived season, but she declined. Jackson also will not return to the Season 4 action.

However, Olympios and Jackson will both take part in the season’s reunion special.

“Bachelor in Paradise” airs its two-night Season 4 premiere on Monday, August 14, and Tuesday, August 15, at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.