Chris Harrison will host the new series which debuts following the premiere of 'The Bachelor' on Jan. 4

By Dana Rose Falcone
Updated December 18, 2015 at 09:02 PM EST
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As Bachelor Nation awaits Ben Higgins‘ turn as the next Bachelor, season 20 will provide an extra hour of gossip, tears, and over-the-top drama with the addition of an after-show aptly titled Bachelor Live.

ABC revealed Friday that Chris Harrison will lend his hosting duties while “discussing and dissecting the most recent episodes of The Bachelor” with contestants and famous fans. Previous celebrities who have vistied After Paradise — Bachelor in Paradise‘s answer to this latest addition to the franchise — include Jason Biggs and James Gunn. The master of ceremonies will ask contestants viewers’ questions, and share deleted scenes and extra content from the reality show.

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Bachelor Live kicks off Jan. 4 at 10:01 p.m. ET on ABC, following The Bachelor‘s premiere at 8:00 p.m. ET.