How a reality TV series from the same studio that made the hit hit reality TV show The Bachelorettes went from the hit show “The Bachelor” to “The Bait.”
It was a little bit of everything.
The cast of “The Canyons” had a chance to become a reality show, but the show did not go on air until after its producers made a deal with the producers of “Bachelor” to be a reality program.
The producers were hoping to break out of the “Bachelorettes” formula and give viewers something more than the one-night stand of the season.
The Bait had been the biggest hit show on CBS and had been picked up for a fourth season.
A producer called them up and said, “Look, we have something here that is going to work.
We have an opportunity to make a big show.
I can’t believe this is happening.
I love the ‘Bachelor’ guys.
We could do something great.
So I want you guys to come out here and do something special.”
The next day, they were all in bed with the guys and were getting ready for the season premiere.
They knew it was a big deal, but they were nervous about it.
They had never done a reality series before, and they had to learn how to handle it.
But they were ready for this.
“I love you guys, and I love that you guys are doing something great,” they told the producers.
“But if we can do something, let’s make something special.
So, I am going to give you guys the opportunity to do something crazy.”
The first thing they did was they brought in two producers to help them with the filming.
They hired a lot of stunt coordinators, and there were many stuntmen on set.
And they had one of the most talented production teams on television, and the guys on the production team were like, “We’re gonna make it work.”
They knew they were doing something special, and it was going to be something that they would all be proud of.
It took about three months for them to make the show.
“The guys were going to shoot on a set that would be like a miniature house in a backyard, with the whole cast, and we were going for a really big production,” said producer Mark DeCarlo.
“They had to do a lot more than that, and everything was set up like a reality, so you were shooting in real time, so they were always in real space, and that meant that we had to be very, very, careful with lighting.
We were able to shoot in all the major areas of the city, because that was the biggest, most important thing.”
“The best part was the production,” DeCarlos said.
“Everything was really well rehearsed.
We had everything done the day before we even got there, because you want to be there to see it when you watch it.
We spent so much time with them and with the crew, and then they were able get a lot done.
We made it feel like you were in a real house.
We shot a lot that wasn’t on camera, and some things that you would never see on a show.
But, it was really great to be on set, and when you see the video, it’s pretty cool to be in that house.”
In the first season, they shot about three episodes per week, but in the second season they shot three episodes a week.
The show was shot in the Los Angeles area, and while it was shooting there, they spent a lot time in San Diego and Orange County, and also in Long Beach, California.
“It was so crazy,” said DeCarlas.
“You see what you want, and you’re ready to go, and everybody’s so excited, because we’re really making a show that’s a real reality, that you’re going to see on TV.
It was very much a collaboration.
The whole team was really on the same page.
It wasn’t a one-on-one, it wasn’t one person.
It really was a team effort.
And it worked out really well.”
DeCarles’ experience is typical for those who work in television.
“A lot of producers have had to go through that,” he said.
But he had a great experience.
He was able to make it all work.
He says that he and the production crew had a lot to do with that.
“We were shooting and filming, and at some point we were getting off the plane and walking around the set,” he told Fox Sports.
“And we’re like, ‘Oh, I just got here.
I think we got a lot going on.'”
“It’s amazing that people have the same kind of passion as we do to make shows,” said production assistant Jody Wertheimer.
“Every day, we’re making something different.
And we are making something that