What time is ‘The Bachelorette’ on tonight? Watch Episode 3 live streaming online, mobile

Bachelorette Rachel Lindsay
Bachelorette Rachel Lindsay /

The Bachelorette Rachel Lindsay goes on her second round of dates on Monday night watch the drama online if you’re not near a television.

The Bachelorette Episode 3 airs on Monday, June 5 at 8 p.m. ET.  You don’t want to miss a minute of the drama. And we promise that there will be drama, including a feud between Lucas “Whaboom” and Blake Elarbee.

If you’re not near a television when the Bachelorette comes on a 8 p.m. ET. ABC will be live streaming the show online in select cites (see the list below). Can’t watch the show tonight? There are two options for online viewing that will allow you to watch the show tomorrow. We know, it’s hard to wait.  But it’s best to stay off Twitter if you can’t watch tonight. There are spoilers galore on social media.

Week 3 of The Bachelorette runs from 8 p.m. ET to 10 p.m. ET on ABC. Here are your options for watching live streaming online, on your mobile device, or on your computer 24 hours after the show airs.

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ABC’s live stream:  If you live in Chicago, Fresno, Houston, Los Angeles, New York City, Philadelphia, Raleigh-Durham or San Francisco, you can watch the Bachelorette on your iPhone, iPad, Android devices, Fire tablet, Apple TV, or Chromecast. Head over to ABC.go download the free WATCH ABC app.

Note — to use the service, you must verify that you have a paid subscription with cable TV providers (Verizon FiOs, ATT-Uverse, Dish Network, Comcast, Cox, and more)

ABC Online: If you don’t live in one of the cities above, watch the most recent episodes of The Bachelorette on your computer or mobile device on ABC.go. Episode are normally available to view 24-hours after the show airs on ABC. Some shows require you to verify your cable subscription.

Hulu adds most episodes of The Bachelorette to their lineup about 24-hours after the show airs. Subscriptions, with commercials, are about $7.99 per month or you can try scoring a free 30-day trial without making a commitment.

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