When it sounded like "Bachelor in Paradise" was coming to an end, things changed, and they decided to bring the show back again. This is coming along with some new rules, though. It turns out that one new rule has to do with sex and how it works if the participants want to have it. Are you excited that "BIP" is back even if it is with new rules?

What is the new rule?

TMZ shared all about this new rule, and it turns out if the contestants of the show want to have sex they have to let the producers now about it first. In other words, they want to know that both parties are willing and content to it.

No more crazy sex in the hot but in the spur of the moment. This show is known for wild drinking and sometimes it turns into sex, but that won't be happening anymore.

Basically, if they want to have sex, they have to ask someone first. This could keep some contestants from doing it at all. Also, if the producer doesn't feel like they are of the sound mind to make this decision, they can tell them nope don't do it. Of course, the next day when they are sober they may be able to say that they really do want to and try again.

So what happens if they don't listen?

It turns out that if a couple goes ahead and starts to have sex anyway, a producer can barge in and stop it. They can tell them to quit because they agreed to ask before doing it.

That could get pretty awkward.

There are also two new rules the contestants have to go by. They are only allowed two drinks per hour. This should keep anyway from getting totally intoxicated too fast. They also have to turn over any drugs they have in their bags so no illegal drugs can come in and you only get the drugs meant for you.

It will work kind of like summer camp where they have to get their drugs handed to them if it is something they need that is prescribed to them.

"Bachelor in Paradise" is filming once again, but spoilers aren't really out so far. Most of the cast from the first time they started filming returned but DeMario and Corinne decided that it was time to move on from the show.

Are you surprised to hear about this new rule that "Bachelor in Paradise" decided to add to the show? Do you think that the contestants will go through with asking? Sound off in the comments section below on your thoughts, and don't miss new episodes of "The Bachelorette" on Monday nights with Rachel Lindsay. "Bachelor in Paradise" was scheduled to air after, but it may end up being a few weeks behind because of the halt in filming.