Bennett Graebner is Ready to Score Again

There isn’t much that Bennett Graebner hasn’t seen or been part of. When it comes to making gold standard reality TV shows, he has long been one of the premier trend setters. And now, with a new series called Love at First Kiss, he’s setting out to make “must see TV” for a whole new audience of reality series viewers. Bennett Graebner was the brains behind a spate of monster hit TV shows in the recent past. 


He is the mogul who gave us such runaway smashes as The Bachelor and its natural corollary, The Bachelorette. As a result, he’s got much credit to burn in industry circles. He’ll be putting it all to the test when his new show hits the air. Bennett Graebner knows the difference between cult and kitsch and is willing to split things down the middle. Mainstream success has always found him willing to bargain. As a result, he’s not too worried that his new premise is too far out to appeal to the average consumer (Eonline). 


After all, what’s more universal than a kiss? But this doesn’t mean that Bennett Graebner isn’t hedging his bets. Love at First Kiss is loosely based on a series that recently tore up the Dutch airwaves. But there have been a few select changes made along the way. 


For example, on the Dutch show, when a couple kissed and didn’t seem to hit it off, they were allowed to part ways. The new show will be somewhat different. Bennett Graebner knows that American viewers love granting second chances to their adopted favorites. For this reason, he’ll give even couples that don’t seem to strike magic another few weeks to find their perfect partners. It’s this kind of “can do” attitude that makes magic on reality TV. 


Love at First Kiss has every chance of joining the long list of patented Bennett Graebner successes. It’s loose, a bit wild, but ultimately sentimental and forgiving at heart. Whether it does find its niche remains to be seen. But if past success is anything to go by, it will have every chance.

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Bennett Graebner Life and Career

Bennett Graebner is one of the most famous reality television producers in the industry right now. Graebner was born in 1971 in Buffalo, New York and got his love for producing from the very beginning when he went for his formal education. He started college at Vassar College where Bennett graduated with Phi Beta Kappa honors with an undergraduate degree in English. After obtaining his bachelor’s degree he went on to get his master’s degree in film production which propelled him onto his long career in the production industry. 

He started out in the entertainment industry from the very bottom and put his hands into all parts of the industry learning as he went along which propelled him to be one of the best reality television producers that there currently is. By working from the bottom and climbing up the ladder little by little, he was able to learn and understand what it takes to create and produce a great show that captivates audience.

His knowledge in the different parts of the field also allows him to understand the tasks that each part of his team has to perform so he knows exactly what to ask for to make a great production without leaving Bennett Graebner´s team members feeling overworked and overextended; this means that his productions are well thought out and put together with the perfect timeline and not thrown together due to his team not being able to perform the duties he sets out for them. 

Bennett Graebner has become one of the most successful producers in reality television and is known for producing The Bachelor and The Bachelorette and the Bachelor Pad. He knows what it takes to get his audiences intrigued and build a show that has a captivating in the beginning, keeps his audience hooked in the middle, and ends the show in a way that makes people anxious to watch his show again. His success in producing reality tv shows has won him many awards, and many other producers have looked to him as a model for how to craft a great show!
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