"Bachelor in Paradise" on Monday unveiled its season 4 teaser trailer, which addressed the controversy between DeMario Jackson and Corinne Olympios. The promo video, which originally premiered during Monday's episode of "The Bachelorette," revealed that "Bachelor in Paradise" is slated to premiere Monday, August 14.

Warner Bros. and ABC decided to head back to Mexico despite previous allegations of sexual misconduct that plagued the show, ultimately halting production. Olympios and Jackson were reportedly filmed engaging in explicit sexual acts, which caused concern for a production member who later reported the scandal to higher-ups at Warner Bros.

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The promotional video didn't directly acknowledge the incident between Jackson and Olympios, but it briefly hinted at the scandal in the ad's beginning, using ominous hovering clouds and lightning to represent the event which quickly became a media attraction.

"The sun had almost set. Summer was almost ruined," an announcer said in the teaser video, which displayed tweets from loyal fans quickly after. "Paradise was almost lost — until it wasn't!"

"Paradise is back," said Iggy Rodriguez, who previously competed as one of Rachel Lindsay's potential suitors. Several tweets hit the screen following Rodriguez's clip, showing the numerous viewers that are anxious to see "Bachelor in Paradise" return. 

Showrunners claimed that "paradise is found" in the brief trailer, but Twitter users have had mixed feelings about the marketing tactics ABC and Warner Bros. used to promote the upcoming premiere. While some fans have shared their excitement, others offered criticism.

One user wrote, "So the #BachelorInParadise marketing campaign is shaming someone for coming forward about sexual assault and I am officially done with 2017."

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The mixed reviews didn't halt the excitement of Bachelor Nation alums, however. "Bachelor" star Raven Gates tweeted, "I JUST SAW THE FIRST COMMERCIAL FOR BACHELOR IN PARADISE AND MY HEART WON'T STOP POUNDING."

Former "BIP" star Evan Bass also tweeted, "After all that emotion I'm just ready for paradise." 

Gates, Amanda Stanton, Robby Hayes, Jasmine Goode and Alex Woytkiw are set to return alongside the rest of season fours initial cast members. Dean Unglert, who didn't receive a rose from Lindsay following their hometown date on Monday's episode, confirmed Tuesday that his search for love will continue in paradise, according to E!

Season four will also feature the wedding between show alums Bass and Carly Waddell, who extended an informal invitation out to fans on Twitter July 13 to tune in for the event. Alongside a ring emoji, Bass wrote, "I'm sorry the invitations aren't a little prettier but would love if you could join #BachelorInParadise." 

Olympios and Jackson have no plans to return to "Paradise," but the pair will reunite in an upcoming reunion special for the show, according to CNN. This would mark the first time the two have crossed paths since Olympios launched an investigation separate from that of Warner Bros. 

Olympios issued a statement to CNN July 13, writing, "I am very happy to be appearing on the 'Bachelor In Paradise Special.'"

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