Just because the majority of The Bachelor's romantic relationships are kaput doesn't mean the lives of its participants haven't still continued.

ABC has announced it wil air The Bachelor: Where Are They Now?, a one-hour special that will give viewers the chance to catch-up with some of the long-running reality dating show's former stars and suitors, on Monday, March 10 at 8PM ET/PT.

The Bachelor: Where Are They Now? will include updates on former bachelors Aaron Buerge (the second-season star who proposed to Helene Eksterowicz before the two called off their engagement after several months) and Andrew Firestone (the third-season star who proposed to Jen Schefft before they called off their nine-month engagement).  Last year, Firestone became engaged to actress/model Ivana Bozilovic.

The special will also provide updates on several former bachelorettes, including Jenni Croft and DeAnna Pappas, who were both rejected by The Bachelor eleventh-season star Brad Womack during the show's Fall 2007 finale. 

Croft and Pappas' updates should be fairly brief -- Croft reunited with her former live-in boyfriend immediately after The Bachelor's filming ended last summer, while ABC has already announced Pappas will serve as the star of this summer's The Bachelorette revival.  Both women also appeared on November's The Bachelor: After the Final Rose special.

Other bachelorettes updates will include Sarah Brice, who accepted a marriage proposal from The Bachelor seventh-season star Charlie O'Connell before the two eventually split last year; Moana Dixon, the last suitor eliminated by Travis Stork during The Bachelor: Paris; Erica Rose, the ultra high-maintenance "socialite" who served as one of Lorenzo Borghese's The Bachelor: Rome suitors; and Trish Schneider, the bachelorette that wouldn't accept the rejection of fifth-season The Bachelor star Jesse Palmer.

In addition, viewers will also receive an at-home visit with The Bachelorette first-season couple Trista and Ryan Sutter, who welcomed their first child together last year.

Hosted by Chris Harrison, The Bachelor: Where Are They Now? special will also give viewers a "sneak peak" at the adventures of Matt Grant, the London resident that will serve as The Bachelor's twelfth star.  The Bachelor's twelfth season will premiere Monday, March 17 at 9:30PM ET/PT