Bachelor nation asked and now they shall receive.

After years of "Bachelor" fans criticizing the show for casting young adults who are not ready for marriage and oftentimes only seeking the fame and notoriety that comes with being on the show, a new show has emerged. Producers of "The Bachelor" have issued a casting call for senior citizens looking for love.

"Are you entering your golden years and looking for romance?" the casting call posted by producer Lindsay Liles on Monday asked.

"The producers of The Bachelor are looking for active and outgoing single men and women age 65 and up for a new exciting dating show!" the casting call continued.

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Liles reiterated the casting call's intentions in the caption, "Now Casting a new show. If you know anyone who is 65+ and looking for love please pass this on! We would love to hear from them!"

The new show would be the latest addition to the extensive portfolio that producers of "The Bachelor" already have, which includes "The Bachelor," "The Bachelorette," "Bachelor In Paradise," "The Bachelor Winter Games," and most recently, "The Bachelor: Listen To Your Heart."

Seniors who wish to embark on the journey that is reality TV will have to fill out a questionnaire that asks applicants to answer basic questions like age and height in addition to more detailed questions about what they look for in a partner.

If it's anything like the producers' past reality endeavors, potential participants can try to get the gist of what the new dating show will be like by tuning into the current season of "The Bachelor" which airs Mondays at 8 p.m. EST on ABC.

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ABC's reality show, "The Bachelor," started in 2002 and launched several spinoffs including "The Bachelorette" and "Bachelor in Paradise." ABC