‘The Bachelor’ to Feature Several Scenes in Deadwood, Music from Big and Rich
The popular ABC hit dating series The Bachelor will feature several scenes from Deadwood, SD. airing Monday, February 9, 2015, as “Prince Farming” looks for love from eight remaining bachelorettes all vying for a coveted rose from “Prince Farming” Chris Soules.
ABC production crews have been spotted throughout the Black Hills since October. Scenes from Monday night’s episode will feature scenes from Deadwood Mountain Grand, Martin & Mason suites, Saloon No. 10, and the Bodega/Buffalo on the town’s historic Main Street.
If you were one of the fifteen hundred people attending the Big and Rich concert at the Deadwood Mountain Grand last October you may be able to see yourself during the episode as some footage is expected to be shown during the the show.
Soules, a farmer and wealthy businessman from Iowa, is looking to find the girl of his dreams to share a life with him in the small Iowa town of Arlington.
The Bachelor airs Monday nights on ABC and is watched by some 10 million to 12 million weekly.