The Season 27 lead eagerly emerges from quarantine in Week 6 after Zach Shallcross’s positive COVID test halted Week 5 filming and forced him to cancel his London group date. But this week’s new episode will be intriguing to see how Shallcross makes up for the production pause and how the show deals with it. On Monday, February 27, 2023, ABC will air the first new episode of The Bachelor Season 27. New episodes will continue to air every Monday after that. You can watch the episode on streaming the following day.
Mercedes Northup was returning home, which was already known to us. We needed to know whether or not more women would return home while in Estonia. It hinges out that Kylee Russell was the one who had to leave. For all of them, this was undoubtedly a week that was stolen from them. It was evident why Kaity would probably win the season when we saw how kind she was when she found out Zach was ill. All that is left to be seen is the preparation for that. This week, Zach travels to Estonia with the women. You will not want to miss it.
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