bachelor in paradise cast clare crawley sarah herron ben scott 'Bachelor in Paradise' cast: Clare Crawley, Sarah Herron, Ben Scott and more“The Bachelorette” isn’t even halfway done, and already casting news is emerging about “Bachelor in Paradise,” the “Bachelor Pad”-meets-“Temptation Island” show that ABC is debuting later in the summer.

Here’s the rundown of past “Bachelor” franchise contestants as the cast members. Three men from Andi Dorfman’s current “Bachelorette” season will be revealed at a later date.

From Sean Lowe’s season: AshLee Frazier, Sarah Herron and Daniella McBride.

We’re intrigued by AshLee, who left Lowe’s season in quite the rage, plus went on to date “Bachelorette” alum Michael Garofola. Guess she’s single now? Also, glad to see Sarah Herron back, she’s a doll. Daniella … gotta be honest, we barely remember her.

From Juan Pablo’s season: Clare Crawley, Lacy Faddoul and Elise Mosca.

Thumbs up, glad to see Clare and Elise back. When we read “Lacy,” we first thought “nude bachelorette,” but that was Lucy. Lacy went home episode 1, so we don’t have much to say about her.

From Jake Pavelka’s season: Michelle Kujawa

Crazy-eyes Michelle! Yes!

From Desiree Hartsock’s season: Ben Scott and Robert Graham

This is interesting. Ben Scott was made out to look like a villain on Desiree’s season, but we actually kind of liked him. Is it redemption time for Ben? Meanwhile, we have very little recollection of Robert.

From DeAnna Pappas’ season: Graham Bunn

This is a good call. We didn’t yet watch “The Bachelor/ette” when DeAnna’s season aired, but we liked what we saw of Graham on “Bachelor Pad.”

What do you think, “Bachelor” fans? And which guys from Andi’s season do you hope to see? “Bachelor in Paradise” premieres Monday, Aug. 4 on ABC.

Posted by:Andrea Reiher

TV critic by way of law school, Andrea Reiher enjoys everything from highbrow drama to clever comedy to the best reality TV has to offer. Her TV heroes include CJ Cregg, Spencer Hastings, Diane Lockhart, Juliet O'Hara and Buffy Summers. TV words to live by: "I'm a slayer, ask me how."