ABC Catches Up with Past 'Bachelors'

ABC is sending out an APB for past stars of "The Bachelor," offering up a "Where Are They Now?" special that will also serve as a preview for the next installment of the show.

The short answer to the titular question is "not with the women they chose." That probably wouldn't fill an hour of airtime, though, so the network has some backup material, including a visit with "Bachelorette" success story Trista and Ryan Sutter and their new baby and check-ins with some of the show's more memorable women.

"The Bachelor: Where Are They Now?" is scheduled for 8 p.m. ET Monday, March 10.

It doesn't appear that all 11 previous Bachelors will be taking part. Aaron Buerge (season two) and Andrew Firestone (season three) will provide updates on their post-show lives, but others, it seems, will only be seen in clip form.

Among the women featured in the special are upcoming "Bachelorette" DeAnna Pappas; Charlie O'Connell's chosen woman, Sarah Brice; Moana Dixon, the final woman eliminated during "The Bachelor: Paris"; and Trish Schneider, who tracked down Jesse Palmer after being eliminated in season five. Viewers will also get a preview of the upcoming season, which premieres March 17 with Londoner Matt Grant at its center.

As with all things "Bachelor," Chris Harrison will be your host.