How is Peter Weber’s season of The Bachelor going to end?
That’s the biggest question this season and even now, as we’re down to the final four, it remains a big ‘ole question mark.
Fans have absolutely no idea which lady he’s going to ride off into the sunset with, and the lack of spoilers is causing some fans to go into total meltdown mode.
However, it has also inspired some pretty interesting (and a few plausible) theories.
Here are some of our favorite theories… beware: spoilers ahead
Venmo Theory: If you owe people money, chances are you’re close to them, so sleuthing fans took to Venmo to dig up some clues. They checked out Peter’s Venmo and found that Hannah Ann’s Venmo is still private, but everyone else is public again. (Women’s Health confirmed)
Furthermore, Peter is also private. Look, this could be a coincidence, it could be that Hannah Ann doesn’t want people to see her transaction history, or it could be because she’s over there sending Peter receipts!
I did some detective work last week and Pilot Pete is friends with Hannah Ann on venmo. So I’m calling it that she will be the winner.
— Spencer Ramer (@SpencerRamer) January 7, 2020
It’s the Producer: This might be my favorite theory simply because it explains why Peter hasn’t committed to any of the ladies this season. The theory popped up on Reddit and claims Peter ends up with The Bachelor producer Julie LaPlaca. The series has been teasing an “unexpected ending” with Peter looking like he’s going to throw up, and this would be the definition of unexpected.
You’re probably sitting there thinking, “wait, huh?” but honestly, this theory holds some weight, so hang in there!
For starters, Peter and Julie spent New Year’s Eve together with their families!
There’s also a photo of Julie in New York and Peter can be seen behind her. Hannah B. drew attention to it by commenting that she “approves…” um, of the relationship? We know Peter was there to promote The Bachelor but why was Julie there unless they’re… ding-ding.
And then, there’s this photo, which I mean, come on! He hasn’t smiled like this with Kelsey, Hannah Ann, Victoria P, or Madison.
Just imagine the juicy drama if he ended up hooking up with a producer in the shower.
Entertainment Tonight asked ABC executive Rob Mills about the Peter & Julie theory, and he didn’t confirm it, but he didn’t deny it either.
Here’s what he said: “Well, I hate to get in the way of a good rumor, so I’m not going to confirm or deny about whether he ends up with a producer! I don’t know how we’d ever top that though! But, it is crazy. What we’ve seen about the finale over the years is that the ‘finale’ is really on that night when the show goes live. There’s a lot of craziness, it’s a roller coaster, but I would say even now the roller coaster hasn’t ended, and it won’t end until after After the Final Rose.“
However, Reality Steve said no chance whatsoever… so do with this what you will!
Gonna make this as simple as possible for every1 since it’s all I get asked now: It’s garbage, there is absolutely nothing to this, it makes zero sense & people are desperately grasping at straws bc the ending isn’t out yet.
Hope that clears things up. https://t.co/ZFjdFSDJSz
— RealitySteve (@RealitySteve) February 8, 2020
Bring Her Home: Peter’s mom yells this in the dramatic and stressful previews, which has left fans assuming that she’s referring to Madison Prewett Or Hannah Brown. They’re the only two ladies who have had a chance to make an impact on Peter’s mother.
However, Peter’s final two will meet his family before the finale meaning that this snippet could be from after Peter’s mother got a little more acquainted with the other contestants.
But man, Barbara is passionate. Reality Steve said the final two are Madison and Hannah Anne. He also believes Peter is leaving Hannah Brown in the past.
Pregnancy: There’s also another theory floating around the one of the contestants gets pregnant and it’s the bombshell that Chris Harrison drops on Peter in the finale when he looks like he’s going to throw up and faint at the same time.
“I’ve heard that. I’ve heard two people might be pregnant,” Peter laughed and told Access Hollywood. “It’s like, whoa, one’s not enough. Okay.” He called the theory “hilarious,” which is essentially his way of shutting it down!
Who do you think Peter Weber chooses in the end?
Tell us your pick in the comments section below!
See all the best tweets and memes from Monday’s episode right here!
‘Scream Queens’ Star Billie Lourd Welcomes Baby Boy – See the Name That Pays Tribute to Carrie Fisher
Billie Lourd surprised fans on Thursday morning when she welcomed her son into the world.
The Scream Queens actress kept her pregnancy under wraps before revealing a photo of her baby boy’s feet on Instagram.
She also revealed she named him Kingston Fisher Lourd Rydell; his name pays tribute to Lourd’s late mother and Star Wars’ Princess Leia Carrie Fisher.
Lourd is engaged to Austen Ryden, the child’s father.
Mark Hamil, her mother’s co-star, celebrated the good news on Twitter writing, “Congratulations to #BillieLourd & #AustenRydell on the arrival of their firstborn child: Kingston Fisher Lord Rydell!!! I can’t think of another baby with both “KING” AND “LORD” in their name. Nice.”
Congratulations to #BillieLourd & #AustenRydell on the arrival of their firstborn child: Kingston Fisher Lord Rydell!!!
I can't think of another baby with both "KING" AND "LORD" in their name. Nice. 👍👶🎂♥️ pic.twitter.com/BJrvh8pARe
— Mark Hamill (@HamillHimself) September 25, 2020
Congratulations to the happy couple.
Just yesterday, This Is Us actress Mandy Moore announced she’s expecting a baby boy in early 2021.
And pretty soon, Lourd will be able to have play dates her Scream Queen’s co-star Emma Roberts, who is also pregnant!
‘Schitt’s Creek’ Launching in National Syndication Following Emmys Sweep
The small town of Schitt’s Creek is going nationwide!
After sweeping the Emmys on Sunday, September 20, the half-hour sitcom is coming to a TV near you.
You’ll be able to watch the fan-favorite comedy anywhere as it’s being launched into national syndication across U.S broadcast markets starting on September 28, per the press release from Lionsgate’s Debmar-Mercury, who owns the domestic broadcast rights.
Prior to Sunday’s show, the Pop TV original had zero Emmy’s, but now, it’s being referred to as a nine-time Emmy Award-winning comedy. Talk about bragging rights.
During the 2020 virtual show, it won all seven of the major comedy categories and became the first to win all four comedy-acting categories in one year.
The cast includes Emmy Award winners Eugene Levy, Catherine O’Hara, Daniel Levy, Annie Murphy and Chris Elliott. Rounding out the cast are Emily Hampshire, Jennifer Robertson, Noah Reid, Sarah Levy, Karen Robinson, Dustin Milligan, John Hemphill, Rizwan Manji, and Tim Rozon.
Schitt’s Creek centers on an outrageously wealthy video store magnate, Johnny Rose (Eugene Levy); his former soap-star wife Moira (Catherine O’Hara); and their two adult children – the self-described black sheep of the family David (Daniel Levy) and career socialite Alexis (Annie Murphy). When the family suddenly find themselves broke, they have no choice but to move to Schitt’s Creek, a small-town Johnny once bought as a joke. Forced to live out of a motel, with their pampered lives a memory, they struggle to find jobs and relationships and, most importantly, figure out what it means to be a family in the loveable town they’ve reluctantly come to call home.
Debmar-Mercury Co-Presidents Ira Bernstein and Mort Marcus, commented, “What begins as a fish-out-of-water story quickly develops into a nuanced love letter to family, delivered with warmth, humanity and perfect comedic timing. With a gifted cast and whip-smart writing, it’s easy to see why ‘Schitt’s Creek’ appeals to Emmy voters, critics and viewers, and has built a loyal and passionate fan base. We are excited to bring the Emmy Award-winning series to broadcast television stations and introduce the iconic Rose family to a new audience.”
Previously, Schitt’s Creek was available for streaming on Netflix.
The sixth and final season will be available on the platform starting Wednesday, October 7.
The history-making final season of Schitt’s Creek will (finally) hit Netflix in the US and Canada on October 7. pic.twitter.com/VV3cdDCi4H
— Netflix (@netflix) September 21, 2020
‘This Is Us’ Season 5 Moves Up Premiere Date – Find Out When You Can Reunite with the Pearsons!
The wait for new episodes of This Is Us is almost over.
The show’s fifth season will premiere on Tuesday, October 27, a few weeks ahead of its previously announced November 10 premiere.
NBC made the announcement during a commercial that ran during the season finale of America’s Got Talent on Wednesday.
The show’s official social media accounts also revealed the good news writing: “We just couldn’t wait any longer, but we have a feeling you won’t mind.”
We just couldn't wait any longer, but we have a feeling you won't mind. 😏 pic.twitter.com/FHEvyeWEUh
— This Is Us (@NBCThisisUs) September 24, 2020
The reunion with the Pearsons will be a two-hour event, which will hopefully answer some burning questions left behind by season 4 like who Madison’s doctor is and why Nicky was by Rebecca’s bedside instead of Miguel.
The series has about a month to turn over new episodes as TVLine notes that the series is set to start production this week following a mandatory hiatus brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Like many shows including FOX’s The Resident, the season isn’t shying away from reality but will instead tackle the pandemic “head-on,” series creator Dan Fogelman revealed on Twitter.
Some vague #ThisIsUs answers (sorry)
– Not sure yet on production start.
– Not sure when new eps will air.
– Yes on Covid. We've decided to attack things head on. Very proud of @ThisIsUsWriters
– Same planned ending. Same route to get there.
Hope that's (somewhat) useful? https://t.co/gx0YJQxq5f
— Dan Fogelman (@Dan_Fogelman) August 17, 2020
It’s unclear how the public health crisis will play into the show’s narrative or how it’ll affect the tight-knit Pearson clan. Maybe that’s why Randall and Kevin haven’t seen each other for years? Yes, we’re trying to pretend that big explosive fight in the This Is Us Season 4 finale never happened!
Turning it over to you, Cravers. Are you excited for the return of This Is Us?
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