By Ali Daher For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 08:32 BST, 1 August 2019 | Updated: 08:59 BST, 1 August 2019
Nick Cummins shocked the nation when he walked away from The Bachelor finale last year without choosing a winner.
And it seems producers of the hit Channel 10 show pulled out all the stops to ensure that this season's star Matt Agnew wouldn't 'pull a Honey Badger'.
The program's executive producer Hilary Innes told Mumbrella on Thursday that a lot of preparation took place to make sure they got the happy ending they wanted.
'We decided to go back to an old-school bachelor': Executive producer of hit Channel 10 show, Hilary Innes, has revealed how the network prepped to ensure Matt Agnew, pictured right, didn't 'pull a Nick Cummins'
She explained that after last year's disastrous finale, production staff went back to the drawing board - with producers gathering 'research from previous seasons' to begin the process of finding the 'perfect bachelor'.
'In this case we decided to go back to old-school romance, an old-school bachelor, all points to our core audience really wanting someone who is unknown so they can take that journey of discovery,' she told the publication.
Hilary said they discovered