The Bachelorette is now on its 19th season, which means that we have watched 19 single women take their chance at finding ‘true love’.
This hit dating reality show has captivated hearts all over the globe for nearly two decades. Because who doesn’t root for a happy ever after, right? There’s just something captivating about watching people find their soulmates with the world as their audience.
If you’re in the mood to watch all 19 seasons or are interested in re-watching your favorite season of this romantically riveting, dramatic TV series, we’re about to spill the tea on which online platforms have The Bachelorette.
Wondering where to watch the Bachelorette? Get your popcorn and roses at the ready, because here’s where to watch and stream The Bachelorette.
Where can I watch episodes of The Bachelorette?
The Bachelorette is available on Amazon Prime, Hulu, and the ABC app.
Is the Bachelorette on Netflix?
Although we’d love to watch The Bachelorette on one of the most easily accessible streaming platforms, unfortunately for us, the reality TV show is not available for streaming on Netflix.
Is The Bachelorette on Amazon Prime?
You can find all episodes of The Bachelorette starting from season 6 to season 19 of The Bachelorette on Amazon Video where you can either buy each episode for a price of $1.99 (in SD) or buy an entire season for a price of $13.99 each.
Can I watch The Bachelorette on Hulu?
Hulu offers some, but not all of the seasons of The Bachelorette. On Hulu you’ll find Seasons 8, 10, 12, 13, 14, and 19.
Where can I watch The Bachelorette for free?
You can watch the latest season (season 19) of The Bachelorette for free on ABC and the ABC streaming app. The reality show airs at 8 pm on Mondays.
Does the Bachelorette season 19 have 2 bachelorettes?
Yes, the current season of The Bachelorette features two bachelorettes, Rachel Recchia and Gabby Windey.
What happened in The Bachelorette season 19, episode 5?
After 4 episodes peppered with romance and drama, Gabby Windey, Rachel Recchia, and the 14 remaining contestants continue their adventures across Europe.
And spoiler alert… Logan confesses his feelings, and Rachel makes a shocking decision that impacts her remaining suitors.
How many episodes of The Bachelorette are out?
With a whopping 19 seasons (so far), 208 episodes of The Bachelorette have aired as of August 8th, 2022. This includes the five specials and the currently running 19th season.
Are any of The Bachelorette couples still married?
If we count the collective total from the 18 concluded seasons of The Bachelorette and the 26 seasons of The Bachelor, there are 15 couples still going strong.
Is The Bachelorette scripted?
While it’s easy to assume that scenes on camera are usually scripted, The Bachelorette is a reality show that depicts real emotion and drama. According to an Instagram Q&A with the season 12 Bachelorette, as far as conversations, feelings, and relationships go, nothing is allegedly scripted on the show.
After all, the ultimate goal is to find true love, so it’s pretty safe to assume that The Bachelorette is as real as reality TV gets.
Who is the highest-paid Bachelorette?
Emily Maynard from season 8 of The Bachelorette is the highest-paid Bachelorette to date. She earned about $250,000 for the season.
Which of The Bachelorette contestants are in Rachel’s final 4?
Rachel Recchia’s final 4 include Aven Jones, Tyler Norris, Zach Shallcross, and Tino Franco.
About The Bachelorette season 19
The 19th season of The Bachelorette is also popularly promoted as The Bachelorettes, and that’s because of the featured duo of ladies that are the focus of the show.
Season 19 first premiered on July 11th, 2022. The popular reality show features 26-year-old Rachel Recchia, a flight instructor from Florida, and 31-year-old Gabby Windey, an ICU nurse from Illinois. Both women were co-runners-up on the 26th season of The Bachelor featuring Clayton Echard, making this one of the most interesting seasons of The Bachelorette to date.
The current season of The Bachelorette is the third American edition of the franchise to star two leads. However, unlike previous seasons, season 19 is the first one to have both bachelorettes co-lead the entire run of the season.