Making It Australia.

The Dog House Australia.

The First Inventors.

Dive Club.

Bachelor in Paradise won't return for a fourth season on Channel 10 next year, the network has confirmed.

However, it's believed the reality TV spin-off will air in 2022.

'We love all the excitement, drama and of course love that Bachelor in Paradise brings, but we have decided to rest it in 2021,' a spokesperson said.

Not returning in 2021: Bachelor in Paradise won't return for a fourth season on Channel 10 next year, the network has confirmed. Pictured: Bachelor in Paradise contestant Jessica Brody

Paradise, which premiered in 2018, was noticeably absent from Channel 10's 2021 programming announcement on Thursday.

Bachelor in Paradise, based on the American show of the same name, brings together contestants from past seasons of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette for a second chance at love.

Taking a break: It's believed the reality TV spin-off will air in 2022, after being 'rested' for a year. Pictured: Bachelor in Paradise contestant Ciarran Stott

The spin-off doesn't usually perform as well in the ratings as the main programs, but its figures were particularly disappointing this year.

Just 539,000 people watched the finale on Sunday, August 9.

Format: Bachelor in Paradise, based on the U.S. show of the same name, brings together past contestants from seasons of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette for a second chance at love

Warner Bros. Australia, the company that produces Bachelor in Paradise, is also being sued by ex-contestant Jamie Doran over his negative portrayal - but it's believed this hasn't influenced 10's decision to 'rest' the program.

The Bachelor and The Bachelorette will return next year.

Underwhelming: The spin-off doesn't usually perform as well in the ratings as the main programs, but its figures were particularly disappointing this year. Pictured: Bachelor in Paradise contestant Brittney Weldon

Meanwhile, Channel 10 has confirmed that Australian Survivor will return in 2021 with Jonathan LaPaglia as host.

No series was filmed this year due to coronavirus travel restrictions, and the network hasn't specified when or where production of the new season will take place.

Legal matterL Warner Bros. Australia, the company that produces Bachelor in Paradise, is also being sued by ex-contestant Jamie Doran over his negative portrayal - but it's believed this hasn't influenced 10's decision to 'rest' the progra

How to Stay Married, the sitcom starring Pete Helliar and Lisa McClune, is also returning, alongside Gogglebox Australia and Have You Been Paying Attention?

There will be new seasons of The Living Room and Bondi Rescue too, and celebrity guessing game The Masked Singer is back for a third outing.

MasterChef, fronted by judges Melissa Leong, Jock Zonfrillo and Andy Allen, is making a comeback after its blockbuster twelfth season.

The Project isn't going anywhere either, despite cuts to 10's news department.

Beau Ryan is currently filming a local version of The Amazing Race, which returns for another season in 2021.

New formats include craft-building reality show Making It Australia, and a program about adopting dogs called The Dog House.

The First Inventors, made in partnership with NITV, will launch in 2021. The series, hosted by actor and singer Rob Collins, is about the ancient discoveries made by Indigenous Australians.

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RETURNING

NOT RETURNING

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RE-BRANDING

10 All Access will be relaunched as Paramount+

This article is republished from Daily Mail Online. Read the original article.

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