Cassie Randolph from “The Bachelor” says she wants God as the foundation of her marriage.

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Jan 30 · 3 min read
Cassie Randolph will appear in Young Once Season Two streaming exclusively on Castle ( beginning Feb. 4, 2019. She is currently on “The Bachelor” with Colton Underwood.

Cassie Randolph opens up in the new season of the reality docuseries “Young Once” about what she is looking for in her ideal marriage partner, if she’s ready for love and what she prays about when it comes to her future.

She wants to get married.

Cassie Randolph sharing about what she wants in life and love for the upcoming season of Young Once.

She wants God to be the foundation of her marriage relationship.

She wants a marriage like her parents.

She wants contentment.

While Cassie has taken an unconventional approach to dating by going on The Bachelor, audiences are already seeing the strong connection she is making with Colton Underwood, who is also a Christian. Whether or not Cassie will address her dating history with Colton is still unknown, but fans will have the chance to learn more about it when the new season of Young Once debuts on February 4th.

Young Once is a docuseries with Cassie Randolph that follows a diverse group young Christians as they navigate love, relationships, careers and what role God might have in their lives. Season One was filmed at Biola University in 2016, where Cassie joined the cast of Young Once with her then-boyfriend Caelan Tiongson. Cassie and Caelan have a complicated relationship history, and are part of the cast of Young Once Season Two.

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Weekly episodes of the new season of Young Once is available on Castle beginning Feb. 4, 2019.

Weekly episodes from Season Two are available to stream starting February 4th, 2019 on Castle (

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