But when compared to America’s seasons of The Bachelor and Bachelorette, well… we haven’t even seen drama.
The phrase “the most dramatic finale ever” is as trite as reality TV contestants insisting that they’re there for “true love”, but somehow, the US Bachelor and Bachelorette never fail to deliver when it comes to drama.
You see, the bachelorette Hannah – who made worldwide headlines after admitting she had sex in a windmill twice with one of the contestants, before clarifying in the season finale it was, in fact, four times – was left with a final decision between two men in the season finale: Jed and Tyler.
In the car on her way to break up with one of the men, Hannah ordered the car to stop as she told herself she couldn’t go through with the breakup.
She steps out before falling over, seeing a producer rush to her side.
She doesn't know it yet, but this fall is basically an omen for what's to come.
Hannah manages to get back in the car and says a heartbreaking goodbye to the season favourite, Tyler Cameron.
"That’s gonna hurt, but I’m still gonna be your biggest fan and I'm rooting for you," Tyler, who has an engagement ring in his pocket, tells Hannah. "And I’m wishing you and Jed nothing but success."
Tyler leaves, taking America's heart with him.
Jed Wyatt, a musician, arrives with his guitar – which is very characteristic of Jed.