Nick Viall
Nick Viall is the next "Bachelor" Instagram/Nick Viall

While Nick Viall and Jen Saviano seemed to be doing well on “Bachelor In Paradise,” viewers of the show now know that their relationship does not last. And with the big reveal from “After Paradise” on Tuesday, it is clear why.

Viall has been on two seasons of “The Bachelorette,” and he struck out both times. After which, he joined “Bachelor In Paradise” to again look for love. And while the 35-year-old hit it off with Saviano, the image of their relationship was spoiled during this week’s “After Paradise” as it revealed that Viall will be the next bachelor.

When the episode finished airing, Saviano took to Twitter to express her feelings on the matter.

It should be noted that not only does Saviano ultimately split from Viall, but that her story on “Bachelor In Paradise” was preempted by the announcement. So the reaction could be twofold -- it could be about her losing Viall to a new show, or about she was cheated out of an important moment.

However, a source of Entertainment Tonight shared that two were never an official couple and therefore a proper breakup was not necessary. The same source claims that Viall and Saviano remain close friends.

ABC’s choice of Viall becoming the next bachelor is unprecedented. Normally, the US TV network would take a contestant from the previous or current “Bachelorette” season. Even Viall himself apparently was caught off guard.

The same source of the publication admitted that ABC’s decision was a last minute one. "It wasn't even a thought on the table that Nick would be the next Bachelor," they confirmed. "He had no idea they were considering him, and he really didn’t think it was an option."

Viall, meanwhile, is thrilled at the upcoming opportunity to find love again.

"Bachelor In Paradise" and "After Paraidse" air on Monday and Tuesday night respectively on ABC at 8 p.m.