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How to Watch The Bachelorette Online without Cable

By May 15, 2017 May 18th, 2017 No Comments

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The Bachelorette has been on for many years and it doesn’t look like it will be going anywhere. A reality spin-off of The Bachelor, this romance, reality, competition style show involves one lucky lady narrowing down a sea of eligible bachelors to find the man of her dreams, and hopefully get her fairytale wedding. Of course, nothing is ever as simple as that. Tensions will run high, as will drama, until the Bachelorette chooses her dream man.

The Bachelorette returns to TV on The Bachelorette channel, ABC. Available on Monday’s, The Bachelorette airtime is at 9 p.m. ET. The show returns on May 22. If you don’t have cable or a digital antenna we can tell you how to watch The Bachelorette online.

Watch The Bachelorette Channel on DIRECTV NOW


One of the ways The Bachelorette streaming is possible is with DIRECTV NOW. Choose from four amazing packages. ABC is available in every package, but it is only available in live stream in select cities. For example, you can watch The Bachelorette live stream in Los Angeles or New York, but not in most smaller cities. Your package, no matter which one you choose, is certain to include AMC, Cartoon Network, Nickelodeon, National Geographic, BBC America WE tv, Investigation Discovery, USA, TCM, Bravo, E! and FX, amongst others! Local channel viewing is completely accessible everywhere using the on-demand library. Certain cities also offer live stream viewing of local networks depending on the network, and the city. Larger cities like Minneapolis, San Diego, Hartford, Chicago, and Las Vegas are all places where local live streaming is possible. Pay an extra five dollars or more, for HBO and other premium channels.

Find out more about everything listed above thanks to our DIRECTV NOW review. You can also learn about the service by using the DIRECTV NOW free seven-day trial. You’ll even find out about all the streaming devices you can use to view DIRECTV NOW, including your favorite mobile devices!


Stream The Bachelorette Episodes on Sling TV

How does Sling TV work

Before you worry about how to watch ABC online with Sling TV, you need to pick your main package. Sling Orange is $20/month for 30+ channels. You’ll have AMC, TNT, TBS, A&E, Lifetime, ESPN, HGTV, Comedy Central, and many other channels. You can add channels, too. ABC is in the Broadcast Extra package. It comes with ABC and a few other channels and it’s available for $5/month. Like with other streaming services, depending on your location you may not have access to The Bachelorette live stream. If you don’t have live stream access, The Bachelorette streaming will be available, next day. You can add other bundles, too. You’ll be able to stream The Bachelorette episodes on Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, iOS, and other devices.

Your first full week of Sling TV is available for free. All you need to do is sign up. If you time your sign up properly, you’ll even be able to watch The Bachelorette online free! Special deals are also available and usually just require prepayment of a few months of Sling TV. Anything else you want to know is in our Sling TV review.

Watch The Bachelorette Streaming on PS Vue

Cancel PlayStation Vue

PlayStation Vue offers local channels in every package they offer. However, live stream is only available in select cities including Miami, Chicago, Dallas, New York, and Los Angeles. Having the live stream means you can watch during The Bachelorette airtime. Otherwise, The Bachelorette episodes will be available the next day, on-demand. The basic package of PS Vue starts at around $30/month. PS Vue includes a minimum of 45 channels including Discovery, AMC, TBS, ESPN, FOX News, TNT, FX, Syfy, Food Network, and USA. You can add additional channels like HBO to your package for a small fee.

You’ll be able to watch The Bachelorette online with Roku, Chromecast, Apple TV, iOS, PS3/PS4, and other devices. There are mobile restrictions that will block you from access if you’re away from home. If you want to watch when out of the home, your best bet is to try TV Everywhere apps. These apps will let you sign in with your Vue login and you’ll be able to watch from anywhere! You can even watch and record The Bachelorette streaming to the cloud-based DVR!

You can watch The Bachelorette online free for the first 5-days on PS Vue. This is all thanks to the PS Vue free 5-day trial. You can read our PS Vue review to learn more.


Is The Bachelorette on Hulu?

How to Cancel Hulu

You won’t be able to watch The Bachelorette live stream, but if you can wait one day, The Bachelorette streaming will be available on Tuesdays. While some shows offer full seasons, there will only be five of The Bachelorette episodes. As a new episode comes out, the oldest one will be replaced. Hulu also comes with a movie library and a stellar collection of Original content. Hulu only has one package. The price is different depending on whether you want commercials. If you don’t mind ads, the price is $8/month. If you want to skip them, it’s $12/month.

You can watch The Bachelorette online with Xbox, computers, Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and mobile devices. If you sign up now, you can watch The Bachelorette online free during the Hulu 7-day trial. Our Hulu review is available with more details.


Is The Bachelorette on Amazon Prime?

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No. You won’t find The Bachelorette streaming on Prime Video. There is plenty to learn about Prime Video, so make sure to visit our Amazon Prime Video review.


Is The Bachelorette on Netflix?


No, you won’t be able to watch The Bachelorette online with Netflix. If you’d like to learn more, our Netflix review is a great place to start.

Make sure to leave us any questions you have about how to watch The Bachelorette online in the comments!

Ashtyn Evans

Author Ashtyn Evans

Ashtyn Evans is a screenwriter and freelance writer from the Midwest. She owns nearly a thousand films on Amazon and holds streaming subscriptions to everything from HBO and Hulu to Showtime and Starz. Email her at [email protected] Disclosure: Streaming Observer is supported by readers. Articles may contain referral links. For more information, see the disclosure at the bottom of the page.

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