As part of one of the longest-running reality dating shows on television, The Bachelorette takes the same formula as The Bachelor, but the women take center stage as they try to find love amidst many suitors.
Drama and comedy abound when things become dire for each person as they try to traverse through many difficult situations in the name of love.
As compelling as it may seem, these women and their choices are the greatest draws for the show. With that in mind, these are the top 5 best Bachelorette seasons that you can watch. Read on to learn more.
After failing to get the man of her dreams as part of the cast of The Bachelor, Jojo Fletcher finally got her chance at love by having her own Bachelorette season.
This time, eyes were glued to the screen whenever she and Jordan Rogers were on. The two had undeniable chemistry together that brought the entire season to a whole new level.
Fans of the show were left rooting for both Jordan and Jojo to make it to the finale and ultimately, in front of the altar. Coupled with Jojo’s charming and likable personality and a twist-heavy season with some villains in the mix, Season 12 tops the chart as one of the best seasons of all time.
A reality TV star in the making during her stint on The Bachelor, Kaitlyn Bristowe became the 11th Bachelorette and brought some of the best moments of the entire show.
She was funny and down to earth, but was also formidable and real right in front of the camera. As the first Canadian to star in the show, her genuine relationship with most of the men during her season.
She was also regarded as someone who can hold her own especially during a controversy regarding the slut-shaming on the show. Raw and unfiltered, Season 11 was a success all thanks to Kaitlyn herself and no one else.
Both The Bachelor and The Bachelorette are notorious for having short-lived relationships after the finale, but not with Season 9 Bachelorette, Desiree Hartsock.
Known for the disappointing exit of fan-favorite Brooks Forester during her season, the show felt like it would have been a massive letdown by the end of the season.
However, no one thought that she would find her happy ending with Chris Siegfried even after the season had ended. The couple is still happily married and has since had two sons. They also had guest appearances in other reality TV shows.
Rachel Lindsay was a tough cookie, but she also showed her soft side as she slowly peeled through many layers of her character. Throughout the entire season, Lindsay made it known that she was after love and the married life.
She was known for her outspoken and no-nonsense drama-free attitude. Lindsay even had to send home one of the frontrunners of the season with Peter Kraus. She ended up with Bryan Abasolo who was able to find what she was looking for and the couple is still together.
In the end, Rachel Lindsay knew what she wanted and got it. But, she also worked hard for it, making Season 13 one of the best of the entire show.
Hannah Brown is probably one of the most likable Bachelorettes in the show’s history. The former Miss Alabama was independent, strong, and very charming. She was not a pushover and she defied many odds throughout the entire season and even stood up against Jed.
While she may not have succeeded in finding love when the show was over after a scandal for her former fiancé, Hannah continued to be one of the most endearing characters in the show.
It goes to show that this reality TV show does not need to have a lot of twists to become popular. All it needs is the right person to lead the entire season.
The Bachelorette may be known for its confrontations and drama, but it is still one of the few remaining reality TV dating shows that are still strong with ratings to this very day.