‘Bachelor’ season 4 trailer leaked to the press

The trailer for Bachelor season 4 leaked on Thursday, revealing the season 4 premiere and some of the big news.

We’ve got the official description for the season 3 premiere below, and below that we’ve also got a sneak peek at the season 5 premiere.

Bachelor: The Next Chapter, Season 3 premiere trailer, 8:00 p.m.

ET, ABC, YouTube, Hulu, Amazon, and NetflixA new season of “Bachelor in Paradise” is here.

For fans, it’s the first season since the end of the first.

And the show is a bit of a departure from the show that started it all, with a different cast of characters and a new twist on the Bachelor game.

The premiere also includes an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the makeup, wardrobe, and makeup effects that went into the makeup for this season.

Season 3’s premiere, titled “Bachelorette,” is a bittersweet finale for the show, as the contestants are reunited with their families and the rest of the world, but they’re still stuck in a “B” world.

But it’s also a return to a different world.

Bachelor in Paradise is returning to its roots with the Season 4 premiere, and we have a preview of the trailer below.

“We have a lot of fun in this season,” Bachelor in Promise creator Nick Viall tells EW.

“There’s some fun in the world and a lot more fun in these first few episodes.

We are in a world where we are all just living our lives.”

Watch the full trailer for “Bully,” below.

“Bail Bonds,” “Bump Me,” “The Bacheloretts,” “Ain’t It Cool,” “Tough Love,” “Big Brother,” “Pimp My Ride,” “Bad Blood,” “Crazy Eyes,” “Hairspray,” “Kiss the Girls,” “Lap Dance,” “Dirty Mind,” “Mama’s Girl,” “You Got Served,” “All That Remains,” “Hot In Herre,” “Narcissistic Man,” “My Life, My Money,” “Wedding Crashers,” “I’ll Tell You Something,” “Love Me Harder,” “What the F—,” “Satisfaction,” “No Limits,” “Superstar,” “Vacation,” “That’s the Way it Is,” “Blurred Lines,” “Beautiful Day,” “Good Morning,” “Too Good to Be True,” “Blackmail,” “Dream,” “Unmasked,” and “Big Bully.”

“Bobby” star Will Arnett is back as a “big, bad bad dude” in season 4, as well.

“It’s like the new Bobby,” Arnett tells EW about the season premiere.

“It’s a bit more scary, but also a bit less scary.

We’re a bit like a big bad bad bad guy.

We have a big, bad dude in the house.

That’s all we need to do.

The house’s not scary anymore.

There’s no one to worry about anymore.”

Season 4 also includes a “Big House” finale.

The season premieres Sunday, October 15, at 9 p.mp on ABC.