"The Bachelor" has been running for 15 years, and "The Bachelorette" for 14 years, and while there have been some happy endings, there have also been plenty of breakups.Let's take a look back at what happened to all of the past couples from both shows.When Victoria Fedden's parents are arrested for a complex pump-and-dump scheme, she's left pregnant and alone to pick up the pieces.

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35 years ago, Talese received an anonymous letter from the man and traveled to Colorado to verify the eccentric tale.

The motel owner wished to remain anonymous, and Talese filed away his reporting. For an excerpt of the story, read Talese's piece from The New Yorker, April 11, 2016.

The big exceptions are Jason Mesnick and Molly Malaney (Molly was technically the runner-up) and Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici, who tied the knot in a live TV wedding and are the only Bachelor couple to still be together besides Nick Viall and Vanessa Grimaldi from the season that ended in March.

This all has us reminiscing about those early seasons and wondering what the couples are up to now.

franchises, we decided to take a look back at all of the contestants who came before her season to see how they fared in love and luck.

(Hint: The show's record is even worse than we imagined.) Here's a comprehensive history of every couple to ever be born out of a final rose.

Most importantly, who are they seeing and what are their relationship statuses?

We all know the group of former contestants from the reality-TV dating show is an incestuous bunch, and it can be difficult to keep track of who's with whom.

So we're breaking it down from the beginning to give you the scoop on where the last couples standing from each of the 19 seasons of The Bachelor are now. Related The Bachelor's Sean and Catherine Lowe Dish Sweet Details on Their Baby-to-Be Kaitlyn Bristowe and Shawn Booth Have Some Excellent Dating Advice For You The Bachelorette Couples: Where Are They Now?

The Bachelorette: Every Ridiculous Engagement Ring in the Show's History Jen became the third Bachelorette, but she rejected Jerry Ferris's proposal at the end of the season.

are dating game shows, but to the surprise of many, they often result in real love — albeit sometimes indirectly.