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4 Ways to Watch The Bachelorette Season 21 on TV and Online

4 Ways to Watch The Bachelorette Season 21 on TV and Online

The time has come to tune into another season of The Bachelorette! This time, our leading lady is Jenn Tran, who is hoping one of her suitors will be her forever love. She’ll be sorting out the frogs from the princes in a new mansion, beautiful locales, and even on a race track!

Jenn has a need for speed, but not just anyone will be able to make her heart race. Who will be the lucky man to win her favor? You’ll have to tune in to find out. Season 21 premieres Monday, July 8 at 8 p.m. ET, and it’s kicking off with a two-hour episode. Make sure you have your snacks and blanket ready.

ABC is the home of The Bachelor franchise. Jenn’s season of The Bachelorette will air weekly on Mondays at 8 p.m. ET. We can expect two-hour episodes throughout the season. If a three-hour episode is set to air or the show skips a week, we’ll keep you posted. If you can’t watch on your TV, you can catch the program live on with your TV provider login.

For those who prefer streaming, there are three options to do so, though only one allows you to watch live. The other two options require you to wait until Tuesday to catch up.

ABC is available through most streaming TV providers, although this depends on your region. Verify if you have access to the channel via Fubo TV, Sling TV, YouTube TV, etc. Hulu + Live TV also carries the channel. If you’re not able to watch live, be sure to DVR the show to watch on-demand.

The Bachelorette‘s streaming home is Hulu. If you’re not a Hulu + Live TV subscriber, you’ll have to wait until Tuesday to watch the latest episodes of season 21. Episodes typically release at 5 a.m. ET, but there may be instances where a new episode is delayed.

The lowest subscription tier for Hulu is ad-supported for $7.99/month. Students can pay as little as $1.99/month for the ad-tier. For an ad-free experience, the monthly subscription is $17.99/month.

Lastly, if you have the Disney+ and Hulu bundle, you can watch Jenn Tran’s season of The Bachelorette on Disney+ if you prefer that platform. Like with the Hulu-only app, new episodes won’t be available to stream until the Tuesday after they air. The plan with ads costs $9.99/month, while the ad-free plan is $19.99/month.

Stay tuned to Hidden Remote for more news and coverage! The Bachelorette airs Mondays at 8 p.m. ET starting July 8.

Source: Hidden Remote