We've been warned 'do not panic', but we can't help it - what's going to fill the Married At First Sight void come Easter?
In devastating news, Bachelor In Paradise's April premiere date has been postponed due to COVID-19, better known as coronavirus.
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Channel Ten confirmed the news to TV Tonight. In the statement, the network explained: 'Do not panic. You will still get to see your favourite bachelorettes and bachelors when they return to paradise for romance, scandal, betrayal and – for three couples – true love.'
So when will we get to tune in? 'Bachelor In Paradise has wrapped production and will air in the coming months.'
Abbie Chatfield — who was left heartbroken on Matt Agnew's season of The Bachelor— is trying her hand at love again and already has her sights on Ciarran Stott — the affable larrikin who was left devastated when Angie Kent chose Carlin Stott instead.
Timm Hanly and Jamie Doran from Angie's season are also joining the cast.
Brittany Hockley from Nick Cummins' disastrous season of The Bachelor is also heading to paradise with Bachelor stars Helena Sauzier, Mary Viturino, Jessica Brody, Brittney Weldon and Cassandra Mamone in tow.