in the first season as the sought-after prince charming who is searching for the man of his dreams.Sepulveda’s 13 charming suitors, all housed together, are competing to stand out from the crowd and capture a moment of intimate connection, romance and, perhaps, true love.
Fleiss did not reveal whether either Sharpe or James could be the next Bachelorette.The latest season of "The Bachelor" airs Mondays at 8/7c on ABC.The Casting Firm is looking for gay men who are “charismatic, handsome and genuinely looking for love” for a new gay dating show to be produced by Brian Graden Media and “set to air on a major cable network.” The show will feature a “modern dating format” and “fabulous single gay men.” All applicants must be at least 21 years old and a legal resident of the U. To suggest an eligible gay man or to nominate yourself for the show, visit the Casting Firm.com/Gay Dating Show. Still, the series has met with rapturous reviews on both sides of the pond, making it a must-watch for anyone who hasn't taken the plunge yet."The Bachelor" and its spin-off "The Bachelorette" are huge hits in the reality TV world, but both have previously been on the receiving end of scrutiny regarding their handling of race and minority issues. Now on their 20th and 11th seasons, respectively, neither show has ever cast an African-American in the lead role. Mike Fleiss, who created both reality dating game shows, has told Us Weekly that there is a possibility that the next season of "The Bachelorette" will feature a woman of color.