(KUTV) — (KUTV) -- The final rose was not given to a Utah spoof of ABC's "The Bachelor."
Recently, Warner Bros. had the "Bachelor of Provo" show removed from YouTube for copyright reasons.
The three college students who started the show explained the legal situation in an video published on social media.
The producer for the show, Carson Bown, and co-creator and host Remington Butler said after seeking legal council, they decided be change the show's name and format.
Bown said in the video that Warner Bros. was "pretty intimidating" and made "pretty intense" threats toward them.
Despite the change, the boys reassured viewers that their new show titled "Provo's Most Eligible" would be just as fun to watch.
The formerly known "Bachelor of Provo" followed Colin Ross on his journey to find love as he dated 22 women. The show followed the basic format of ABC's "The Bachelor." Expect all the contests and bachelor currently live in Utah.
Each episode, women worked to develop a relationship with the bachelor, hoping to be the one he gave his final rose to. Women were eliminated during rose ceremonies. If they didn't get a rose, they were sent home.
"Provo's Most Eligible" is currently looking for contestants for its next season. A woman will take the leading role and date 28 men, hoping to find the "the one."