I remember watching the very first season of The Bachelor reality TV series back around 2003, and I personally found it to be quite insipid.
The Bachelor reality TV series was initially broadcast at about the same time as the first season of The Survivor reality TV series.
The main difference between The Bachelor reality TV series and The Survivor reality TV series, is that the former is about a single guy wanting to search for his female marriage partner from a small group of single women, while the latter is about a group of people from all walks of life being placed on a isolated island for survival.
After watching a few episodes of The Bachelor reality TV series, I quickly lost interest in it and switched my attention and focus to other much more interesting and much more exciting new TV shows that were broadcast in the early 2000s, such as the highly popular LOST TV series, about a group of passengers on board a commercial airliner getting involved in a horrific plane crash on a very deserted and very remote island.
When I first saw the LOST TV series, I was instantly hooked on its very exciting story line and diverse cast of characters in it.
For me, a TV series really does need to be very exciting and very captivating, in order for it to capture my interest and my attention for a long time.
If a particular TV series is very boring and very dull, I will definitely get tired of it very fast and consequently give up and stop watching it completely.
I'm sure that there are a lot of other TV viewers who are like me, but I'm sure that they are also a lot of other TV viewers who are completely different from me, in terms of their TV viewing habits and interests.