Bachelor mansion burns as California wildfire spreads

Brunilde Fioravanti
Novembre 10, 2018

The mansion that serves as the home of ABC's "The Bachelor" has burned in the Woolsey fire now raging in southern California.

ABC reality executive Robert Mills had earlier taken to Twitter to note the mansion was in "grave danger".

Neither series is now in production at the home, according to show producer Warner Bros TV, which said executive producer Bennett Graebner earlier confirmed the back patio is burning and flames are moving towards the house. It is the home to Marshall Haraden and his family, who vacate the premises twice a year for a few weeks of filming. It also has hosted commercial shoots as well as scenes from CBS' Quantico.

Paramount Ranch in Agoura Hills, a well-known and widely-used filming location that has featured in shows like Westworld, Weeds and Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman, has also reportedly been destroyed by the fire.

Thousands of people in the Thousand Oaks, Calabasas, and Malibu areas have all been forced to evacuate their homes.

A number of celebrities - including Kim Kardashian West, Scott Baio and Rainn Wilson - were among those forced to evacuate their homes.

According to ABC News, the Woolsey Fire has covered 14,000 acres and a total of 88,000 residents have been evacuated from their homes.

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