Just in time for Valentine’s Day, The Bachelor Indonesia, a HBO Asia Originals production, is set to premiere its first two episodes on Friday, 10 February on HBO and HBO GO with new episodes dropping every subsequent Friday.
The Bachelor Indonesia is the first local version of the hit Warner Bros. Discovery reality series The Bachelor ever to be produced in the country. The 10-episode series will take viewers on the ultimate romantic journey filled with intense drama, rivalry, heartbreak, and passion. Bear witness as 19 talented and charismatic ladies take their chance at finding true love and vie for the affections of one of Indonesia’s most eligible bachelors.
Produced by leading reality format studio Fremantle Indonesia, each episode of The Bachelor Indonesia stays true to the tried and tested format that has made the series a global success. Follow the Bachelor as he narrows the field through five components – group dates, single dates, favourite time, cocktail parties and rose ceremonies. Hosted by popular artist Oka Antara, The Bachelor Indonesia features 10 episodes set against the backdrop of the exotic and romantic island of Bali, Indonesia.
The Bachelor franchise was created by Mike Fleiss and is produced in the U.S. by Next Entertainment in association with Warner Horizon Unscripted Television. The format is distributed by Warner Bros. International Television Production. With over 35 local territory productions produced or licensed, more than 200 series and 3,000 hours aired worldwide, the long-running series is a proven international leader in its field.
Don’t miss the premiere of The Bachelor Indonesia Episodes 1 and 2, on Friday, 10 February, exclusively on HBO and HBO GO. Stay tuned for new episodes dropping every subsequent Friday.
Stream or download The Bachelor Indonesia on HBO GO from 10 February. Subscribe to HBO GO online at https://www.hbogoasia.ph/ or the mobile app via the App Store or Play Store for only ₱1,190 on the new 12-month plan. Or access HBO GO via Cignal, Globe and Skycable. HBO GO is also available on Android TV, Apple TV, LG TV and Samsung Smart TV – and comes with AirPlay and Google Cast functionality.