Warner Bros. announced on Tuesday that its investigation into allegations of misconduct on the set of the Bachelor spinoff had concluded, finding that the tapes "do not support any charge of misconduct" by a cast member.
The 39-year-old actor appeared on Wednesday's Good Morning America and didn't have any qualms about admitting that he and wife Mila Kunis are huge fans of Bachelor nation. "I'm so happy Paradise is back," Kutcher exclaimed. "I was worried. I was concerned."
"Monday night, it's like a religion in our house," he said. "In fact, I haven't watched this week [of The Bachelorette] because I was here and [Mila] was there and so we're saving it, because this is our thing."
Kutcher quipped, "It's unbelievable, that show. It's like the greatest social experiment of all time."
The couple are such fans of the ABC reality programs that they have created a game for when the one-on-one dates occur. "We turn the volume off and we watch the one-on-one dates, and then she does the voice of the girl and I do the voice of the guy," Kutcher explained. "It's literally, like, 'Are you gonna eat the chicken? No, I'm not gonna eat the chicken.' You ever notice they never eat on that show!"