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You can’t force that to happen because then it won’t resonate with the audience.” He agreed with franchise producer Mike Fleiss, who in a 2013 interview with Entertainment Weekly said non-white people simply “don’t come forward” to take part in the show as often as white people.
“We really tried, but sometimes we feel guilty of tokenism,” Fleiss said.
“Part of what makes ‘The Bachelor’ authentic is the desire to fall in love and make it last forever.“Oh, we have to wedge African-American chicks in there!We always want to cast for ethnic diversity, it’s just that for whatever reason, they don’t come forward.It is the home of the African-American comedy “black-ish,” the Asian family comedy “Fresh Off the Boat,” and the acclaimed “American Crime,” which looks at the role of race in the justice system.
It’s also the home of Shondaland, the suite of shows created by Shonda Rhimes, the most powerful African-American showrunner in television.
That continues a troubling pattern for a show that has all too often failed to feature non-white contestants.