The Truth About Jordan Rodgers And JoJo Fletcher's New Reality Show

The future really is female for Bachelor Nation

When ABC announced that former Bachelorettes Tayshia Adams and Kaitlyn Bristowe would be hosting the two (!) new seasons of The Bachelorette, fans were overjoyed — but some wondered why JoJo Fletcher wasn't returning to resume her hosting gig. JoJo temporarily took over for Chris Harrison during Tayshia's Season 16, and proved that it helped to have a Bachelorette alum guide a current Bachelorette. 

Jojo was a Bachelorette success story: the lovable star found her happily ever after with season winner Jordan Rodgers, whose older brother is Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers. Aside from Jojo about to be sister-in-laws with Aaron's fiancee Shailene Woodley, she is now focused on her own nuptials to longtime love Jordan. The duo hosted the home renovation reality series Cash Pad, as well as the competition show Battle of the Fittest Couples, plus their own web series, Engaged. 

So why isn't JoJo returning to The Bachelorette as a co-host? Turns out she and Jordan have another series in the works! Keep scrolling to find out the truth about their upcoming TBS reality dating show. 

JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers are set to host The Big D

Seems like size does matter. Jordan Rodgers and JoJo Fletcher are no doubt pulling down a hefty paycheck hosting their own new dating competition series, The Big D. According to VarietyTBS "has greenlit 10 hourlong episodes" of the "social experiment that follows recent divorcees ... as they search from romance in paradise with one catch: their exes will be along for the journey." 

Think Bachelor in Paradise but with divorce — aka "the big D" — added in. It turns out that's why JoJo and Jordan were sharing Instagram pictures in Costa Rica, squashing any fan theories of them scouting Paradise locations. "Our little secret is out!!!" Jordan wrote on Instagram, adding, "Romance, new love, rekindled love?, and all the fun drama you'd expect from dating IN FRONT of your ex — this show has it all!! But most importantly, breaking the stigma that divorce means the end ... when really it's just the beginning." 

While Jordan points out that neither he nor JoJo are divorcees themselves, they did "find real, lasting love on a TV show" and that's what The Big D is all about. "We're here to help these guys find the same type of love we were so lucky to have found," JoJo echoed in her own post

Fellow Bachelor alums Becca Tilley, Tia Booth, and Jade Tolbert all shared their congratulations. We can't wait to see what this has in store!