60 episodes

Former Bachelor Nick Viall answers fan questions, gives dating advice, spills bachelor tea, and gets vulnerable on a quest to better understand the world. There will be fewer roses but more candid conversation...it's a solid trade-off.

The Viall Files Nick Viall

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    • 4.4, 10.1K Ratings

Former Bachelor Nick Viall answers fan questions, gives dating advice, spills bachelor tea, and gets vulnerable on a quest to better understand the world. There will be fewer roses but more candid conversation...it's a solid trade-off.

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
10.1K Ratings

10.1K Ratings

nitrotitan2008 ,

Nick is really good at giving advice

Nick actually has really good advice and insight. He may not be officially qualified but he really does get to the roots of problems and have a lot of good questions to gather more information and has good suggestions. I am not a fan of Rachelle. She is kind of annoying when she always goes “mmmmmm”. I miss Sug.

Leafandra ,

Love y’all!

Absolutely loved the podcast with Caelynn. I was surprised to hear how compassionate Nick was in this interview to both parties of the BIP “scandal” between Caelynn and Blake. I thought this was helpful for others to hear a more nuanced perspective of Caelynn’s POV during filming. Who hasn’t been gaslighted by a fuckboy and then overreacted about the situation? I feel for Caelynn and respect the way she handled the fall out compared to Blake. I also appreciated the way Nick discussed the topic without trying to characterize Blake as an all around bad person, the way Rachel did Caelynn. Definitely makes me want to follow this podcast more closely!

LExosclark ,

Please Stop Giving Bad Advice

Nick Viall is like the bad boyfriend you can’t stop going back to. His Ask Nick episodes should be titled “Just break up with him” because that is literally his advice for every person calling in about their relationship. His guest episodes are typically interesting and thought provoking because the guests bring a level of intrigue that Nick just does not. His episodes are filled to the brim with humble brags and (is anyone surprised?) condescension, especially toward anyone even remotely younger than he is. Overall, this podcast doesn’t deserve anything above three stars.

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