The Bachelorette may be over, but fans are wondering when filming actually ended for the ABC series. When did that proposal happen?
Tayshia Adams went on several dates, with her final pick being Zac Clark, who ended up proposing to her during the show’s grand finale.
With the restrictions of the global pandemic, it struck fans about when The Bachelorette 2020 was actually filmed in comparison to when it was aired.
So here’s the dates lowdown of when the show’s filming began and ended!
Viewers question when filming ended
It became known that the season was filmed in quarantine, with the crew and cast members living on set due to Covid-19 restrictions.
However, several viewers wondered when cameras started clicking…
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When did the Bachelorette begin filming?
- July 8, 2020
It was filmed at La Quinta Resort & Club in La Quinta, California, rather than its usual The Bachelor mansion.
This was when the show’s lead Clare Crawley began to film for the season, but ended up getting engaged to one of the contestants and leaving midway.
The ABC series became the first non-scripted American television program to begin production since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic.
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The Bachelorette 2020: When filming ended
Tayshia stepped in to replace Clare in August, with her season taking around a month to film.
The show finale is usually live, but this was not the case for 2020. Covid-19 restrictions meant that the two-hour finale was pre-recorded.
This means that Zac proposed in September, and three months on, him and Tayshia are still together – and as loved-up as ever!
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