Former "Bachelor" Ben Flajnik will reportedly star in his very own reality TV show on the E! Network, it has been claimed.
The 30-year-old winemaker will be joined by friends and family, as well as his staff from his Sonoma-based winery Envolve in a bid to reveal different aspects of the newly single bachelor's life, according to WetPaint.com.
"It will be about the day-to-day business of the company. Both from the wine-making and the marketing angles," a source reportedly told the website.
"Ben's friends and his sisters will be part of the show, too," the insider added. "His personal life will be part of it."
Flajnik, who starred in season 16 of the hit ABC dating show, recently called off his engagement to season winner Courtney Robertson, 29. He recently criticized the model for moving on with "Bachelorette" finalist Arie Luyendyk, 31, just one week after their split.
"[I'm not dating again], not as quickly as she is, I don't know what to make of it. The way she handled it wasn't in the best taste," Flajnik told Life & Style magazine.
"I'm not really one to stay up on gossip, but my sister keeps me in the loop. All of my friends were really surprised and disappointed. [Courtney] knew them all," he explained.
Flajnik said that he is also surprised that Luyendyk, who came in as first runner-up on season 8 before being turned down by "Bachelorette" Emily Maynard, has no problem dating his ex as the pair previously hung out.
"I thought I knew him. He came up to Sonoma and we hung out for a few days. He seemed like a really nice guy," Flajnik fumed.
Robertson's ability to move on with another man shortly after her split from Flajnik was confirmation for him that ending their engagement was the right decision, he said.
"Breaking up was the right move. That [she's now dating Arie] really closed the door behind her," Flajnik said.