So will ABC choose to take advantage of any of these weddings and air them on ABC given Bachelor Nation seemingly demands them?
"I think we will, but it's a whole host of reasons [why it may not happen]. One is the least romantic of all: do we have room on the schedule for a wedding?" ABC reality chief Robert Mills toldEntertainment Tonight in a recent interview.
"And we hate to say that someone is planning their wedding around a Thursday in February at 8PM. It has to be a couple that wants to get married on TV."
Both Rachel and JoJo, however, previously revealed they had a desire to get married on TV. And Arie and Lauren certainly didn't seem opposed to an on-camera ceremony.
"But you talk about ratings, The Bachelor is a primarily female show, but there are also a lot of men who watch. And it's been hard to find men who want to watch a wedding, unfortunately," Mills explained.
"I don't know why, but you're cutting some of the audience right there... They definitely are hard sometimes from a ratings perspective, and you don't want to cut the budget because you're worried it won't rate well."