Although this season of Paradise Hotel only premiered a few weeks ago on Fox, it is already coming to a close. Since the season was suddenly shortened by several episodes, the show is now only one episode away from its finale.
The penultimate episode of the season airs Thursday, May 30, at 8/7c; the finale will air the following Thursday, June 6, at 8/7c. Both episodes will run two hours long.
It was previously reported by Heavy.com that, after only four episodes, Fox made the decision to cancel the rebooted reality show. The show, which was originally scheduled to air weekly on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, was condensed to just two Thursday night episodes. According to Fox TV’s primetime schedule, replacing Paradise Hotel in it’s 9pm Monday slot is the new season 16 of So You Think You Can Dance (premiering June 3); for next Wednesday night at 9pm, Fox will air a rerun of Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back (immediately following a new episode of Masterchef season 10).
The synopsis for episode 6, airing tonight, reads “As relationships heat up one unlucky single gets left in the cold and has to leave the hotel to make room for a new guest.” A rerun episode of Modern Family airs before it from 7:30-8pm ET.
The episode 7 description for the June 6 finale simply states “The last couple standing walks away with the grand prize and maybe even love.” For fans of the show, they only have to wait one more week to know if their favorite couple will win the money and each other’s hearts.
Roseanne and Tyler looked like the couple to beat on Paradise Hotel this season, with fans predicting that they had the potential to come out on top; however, their relationship hit a rough patch when Tyler’s ex Shaylie showed up to stir some drama and pose a threat to Roseanne.
On Twitter, viewers seem to think it’s the end of the road for Roseanne. When asked by the Paradise Hotel Twitter account who they think will be leaving after tonight’s double elimination, the vast majority of commenters wrote that they thought Roseanne would be sent home. Mariaelena and Brittany, fans guess, are also at risk.
Whoever the winners of the $250,000 turn out to be, expect that have, at the very least, convinced the producers that they are genuinely looking for love. SallyAnn Salsano told Us Weekly “If you’re coming here, and you’re not looking for love, you have no chance of winning and no chance for the money.”
Tune in to the final episodes of Paradise Hotel, Thursdays May 30 and June 6 on Fox at 8/7c.