The Bachelor Gaye premiered in 1971 as a comedic television series
directed by Ron Way and produced by Nine Network Australia. The
Australian comedy features a brother who stirs up trouble when his
sister allows him to move in with her family. The Bachelor Gaye filmed a
total of eight pilot episodes, however, only five aired on television
before they canceled the show. The series was written by Ralph Peters
and starred actors Jane Coghlan, John Meillon and Al Thomas.