Will 2010 Bachelorette spoilers hurt the ratings of this installment of The Bachelorette? Spoilers regarding 2010’s The Bachelorette, as well as the outcome of the season involving Ali Fedotowsky are all over the internet now, but it will be interesting to see if it hurts the bottom line for ABC in the end. The Bachelorette has been the No. 1 show for ABC in past seasons, and the past season of The Bachelor that starred Jake Pavelka was ratings gold for the network as well. The question becomes whether the release of information about who Ali will choose at the end of this season will end up causing viewers to not tune in to the show. Maybe it won’t matter, but could it?
*2010 Bachelorette Spoilers Ahead*
The season premiere of The Bachelorette brought in 10.46 million viewers for ABC. It was good for second place in the 9 p.m. time slot on Monday, May 24th, but they also had to go up against three season finales. Two and a Half Men led the way with 15.37 million viewers, 24 has 9 million viewers, and Chuck had 5.06 million viewers. Now these are the ratings according to Nielsen, which has been debated about its accuracy over the years. The ultimate question though, is that after the season premiere and the introduction of Ali as the new bachelorette, will the viewers keep coming back to the show?
The 2010Bachelorettespoiler that may be the most revealing is who of the 25 suitors that Ali Fedotowsky chooses to make it into the final two. The final two guys that are predicted to be in the season finale are Chris Lambton and Roberto Martinez. Up to that point, the Reality Steve site breaks down just about every week of the season up until that finale, but he hasn’t given away the secret about who (if anyone) gets chosen this season on The Bachelorette.Will the fact that these Bachelorette spoilers as well as many others that are out there hurt the ratings? Or are viewers trying to avoid the spoilers? Maybe they are just tuning in to see the drama?
The new episode of The Bachelorette 2010 will air on Monday, May 31st at 8 p.m. on ABC. Can the ratings stay as high as they were during the season premiere? If ABC has anything to say about it they will, as the network has been predicting a season that will be packed with drama as the summer rolls on, and since that is the cornerstone of this show lately, it could actually improve ratings.