Channel Ten has announced a new air date for the upcoming season of The Bachelor

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Channel Ten announces air date for the upcoming season of The Bachelor – after postponing the first premiere

Channel Ten has announced an air date for the upcoming season of The Bachelor.

The network has confirmed that the dating show’s new series will premiere on Monday, January 9.

This season of The Bachelor Australia is the first to feature more than one protagonist and has been renamed ‘The Bachelors’.

New Bachelors Felix Von Hofe, Jed McIntosh and Thomas Malucelli filmed the series on the Gold Coast after production moved from Sydney.

Jed is the drummer for Melbourne alt-pop band Mood Monroe. He started playing drums when he was only four years old and started playing professionally when he was 13.

He has worked with a range of famous musicians including Kylie Minogue, Pharrell Williams, T-Pain and Sean Paul.

Thomas is a former restaurant manager from Sydney, who has worked as a fitness and life coach for the past five years.

The third suitor, Felix, who has an impressive height of 198 cm, plays basketball for the Melbourne Tigers.

In August, Daily Mail Australia exclusively revealed Channel 10’s decision to postpone The Bachelors until next year to focus on The Real Love Boat.

This season of The Bachelor Australia is the first to feature more than one protagonist and has been renamed 'The Bachelors'

This season of The Bachelor Australia is the first to feature more than one protagonist and has been renamed ‘The Bachelors’

Felix, Jed and Thomas were also given permission to return to social media posts with new guidelines.

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Daily Mail Australia understands that several contestants vying for the hearts of Felix, Thomas and Jed were unhappy with the show’s postponement until the New Year.

“The show was filmed four months ago and the cast was unable to return to social media until three months after the last air date,” they said.

“Some hoped to be bona fide influencers by now.”

In August, Daily Mail Australia exclusively revealed Channel 10's decision to postpone The Bachelors until next year to focus on The Real Love Boat

In August, Daily Mail Australia exclusively revealed Channel 10’s decision to postpone The Bachelors until next year to focus on The Real Love Boat

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