Ben Higgins And Lauren Bushnell From ‘The Bachelor’ Announce Their Own Reality Show!

They fell in love while America watched; now Ben Higgins and Lauren Bushnell are sharing the next phase of their life with America! It was announced Wednesday, June 22, 2016 that the couple will have a show on Freeform this October! The couple who appeared on season 20 of The Bachelor, became engaged on the show’s finale on March 14,2016.

Since then fans have been able to follow the couple’s adventures on social media. Now fans will get the chance to watch them once again, Ben and Lauren:Happily Ever After is slated to premiere this October!


According to E! News a press release says the show will follow the couple as they learn how to fit in each other’s lives as well as plan their upcoming wedding which is expected to happen within the next year, but no date has been set yet. The show will also show them exploring new things; Higgins wants to explore politics and Bushnell wants to establish her identity post The Bachelor. Freeform also promises appearances from The Bachelor and The Bachelotte fan favorites.

She will always be getting my rose

A photo posted by Ben Higgins (@higgins.ben) on Jun 6, 2016 at 3:15pm PDT


FreeForm  executive Vice President of programming and development Karey Burke said  “Ben and Lauren are the biggest Bachelor couple of the last 10 years, Their romance captured everyone’s attention, and we are delighted to continue their story on Freeform.”


The couple took to Freeform’s Instagram page to share the exciting news! Bushnell then shared more pictures of their day on her social media accounts which was spent at a Cub’s game! Bushnell also expressed her happiness at getting to share the next step in their journey together!

@higgins.ben and @lauren_bushnell can’t wait for you to watch #BenandLauren: Happily Ever After on @freeform!

A video posted by Ben&Lauren: Happily Ever After (@benandlaurentv) on Jun 22, 2016 at 5:48am PDT

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