After all of the drama going on with "Bachelor in Paradise," it sounded like the show was over. Reality Steve already shared that they won't be finishing this season and that it might never come back again. Now, Radar Online is revealing that there is a chance that this show could be back next season according to an insider.

What did the insider reveal about the future?

DeMario Jackson and Corinne Olympios were involved in an alleged sexual assault incident that caused the filming of this season to be halted. They sent everyone home, and it sounds like this season is totally over with, but now an insider is sharing there is hope for the future.

ABC hasn't shared that the show is over, though.

The insider said, "The show will probably not continue this season. No final decision has been made." The insider went on to say, "They may move production for this season back to L.A. and continue and start next year sanitized." The thing is before this show, they had "Bachelor Pad." They could decide to do a totally different show to save things, but nobody knows what is going to happen at this time.

This may be a blessing in disguise

The source went on to explain that this show isn't a good fit for ABC anyway. "The Bachelor" and "The Bachelorette" are a much better fit, so canceling it has been something that might have been coming anyway. The source said, "Executives have been looking for excuses to kill the show because they didn’t want to damage The Bachelor franchise.

The Bachelor is much more careful with filming and execs know they have been skating close to the edge with BIP.”

Right now, Rachel Lindsay's new season of "The Bachelorette" is airing. This has all already been filmed and edited, so there is no reason for fans to worry that they won't get to see it. After that, it was supposed to be "Bachelor in Paradise." At this time, ABC hasn't shared what they plan to put in the spot that it was supposed to air, but rumors are that Carly and Evan may have a wedding special during that time.

The fans are hoping that they get to see this wedding that was supposed to air during "Bachelor in Paradise." So far, it sounds like the wedding will still happen.

Are you surprised to hear that "Bachelor in Paradise" could end up being saved for next season? Do you think that they will change things up instead? Sound off in the comments section below on your thoughts, and don't miss new episodes of "The Bachelorette" on Monday nights on ABC.