How to watch ‘The Bachelorette’ Week 2 live streaming online, iPhone, or Android mobile


The Bachelorette Rachel Lindsay kicks off her first round of dates this week. Here’s how to watch Episode 2 live streaming online or on your mobile device.

The Bachelorette is back tonight and the second episode of the season will feature three dates, some drama, and another rose ceremony. If you won’t be near a TV when the show starts at 8 p.m. ET, there are a few options for watching Rachel and her remaining guys live streaming online or on your mobile device.

ABC offers live stream viewing for many of their shows. Unfortunately, they only offer this service in select cities across the U.S. But don’t fret — we have other options for you that are totally legal and will allow you to catch up on any episodes you miss this season.

ABC live stream

Watch the Bachelorette live streaming online on your computer, iPhone, iPad, Android device, Fire tablet, Apple TV, or Chromecast. Head over to ABC.go o download the free WATCH ABC app.

This service is available to viewers in the following cities — Chicago, Fresno, Houston, Los Angeles, New York City, Philadelphia, Raleigh-Durham and San Francisco.

Note — you must sign in with the login and password to your account with ATT-Uverse, Dish Network, Verizon FiOS, Comcast, Cox, or other cable TV providers.

Watch online after the episode airs

If you don’t live in one of the cities listed above, you have two options for watching The Bachelorette online. Unfortunately, you’ll have to wait about 24-hours after the episode airs to watch, but it’s better than not watching at all.

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Watch The Bachelorette Episode 2 on ABC.go. The episode should be available to view on May 30. Sign in with your cable TV login info and click “verify to watch.”

Another option for watching Rachel Lindsay’s season online is Hulu. The streaming service is $7.99 a month ($9.99 without commercials). Snag a free 30-day trial on the Hulu site.

The Bachelorette episodes usually become available 24-hours after the episode airs on ABC, but they won’t stay on the streaming service for more than a week or two.

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