'Bachelorette' Spoilers: Tayshia Adams's Season Looks a Lot Like Peter Weber's 'Bachelor'

If you thought you were sick of Clare Crawley and Dale Moss, you may want to think again. The Bachelorette season ahead is looking rocky, and they may be the closest thing to true love that Bachelor Nation will see this season.

Tayshia Adams will take over as the Bachelorette, and her season is looking nauseatingly similar to Peter Weber's Bachelor season, which aired in early 2020. We're just hoping Adams is a little better at making decisions than her predecessor.

Spoilers for Adams's season were reported by Reality Steve on Wednesday, and they imply that her frontrunner will leave the show. That's exactly what happened with Weber and Madison Prewett. While Prewett chose to leave, Weber continued on to get engaged to Hannah Ann Sluss. After the show, though, Weber broke the engagement and reunited with Prewett... for about three days. Now, he's happily dating another woman from his season: Kelley Flanagan.

Tayshia Adams
Tayshia Adams attends ABC's TCA Summer Press Tour Carpet Event on August 05, 2019,in West Hollywood, California. Getty/Phillip Faraone/FilmMagic

Adams doesn't appear to be as indecisive, but there are similarities that can't be ignored. After her alleged frontrunner leaves the show during the final-four, Adams is expected to continue with the process. She chooses a final two and does give her final rose out, though Adams doesn't get engaged, spoilers say.

As for her relationship now, there are more questions than answers. Bachelor Nation will be raking through social media content for signs of a happily ever after—the same way they did with Weber.

That's why we're urging viewers to put their complaints about Crawley aside, just for Thursday night. While her season has been uncomfortable in a handful of ways, Crawley and Moss may be the closest thing to a "true love" storyline this season of The Bachelorette has. Yes, the Moss and Crawley narrative has been a bit exhausting, considering it's been the only major plot point in three two-hour episodes. But Bachelor Nation may actually miss the clarity that comes with such an obvious connection.

If Adams's season is really anything like Weber's Bachelor, we're likely to face even more Bachelorette burnout than when Crawley was handing out roses. As of now, though, that remains to be seen.

Due to the election, The Bachelorette will air Thursday night at 8 p.m. ET on ABC. It will return to its normal schedule on Tuesday, so viewers won't have to wait too long if ABC throws them a crazy cliffhanger.