Watch ‘The Bachelorette’ two-night event live streaming online, mobile

Bachelorette Rachel Lindsay
Bachelorette Rachel Lindsay /

The Bachelorette Episodes 5 and 6 will air on Monday and Tuesday night as part of a two-night event on ABC. Here’s how you can watch online.

Get ready for two nights of Bachelorette drama this week. ABC will air Episode 5 and 6 on June 26 and 27. If you’re not near a TV, we’ve come up with some viewing options for you, including ABC’s live stream.

You won’t want to miss a minute of the drama, especially the two-on-one date between Lee and Kenny. Let’s be cheesy and call it an epic showdown. And yes, we really want to see Lee go home. If you’re looking for romance, not drama, Bryan Abasolo will get his first date with Rachel this week. Expect lots of face sucking.

What time does the Bachelorette two-night event begin?

Glad you asked. Tune in at 8 p.m. ET on Monday (June 26) and Tuesday (June 27). As usual, your local ABC TV channel will air the two-hour show on both nights.

If you’re not near a TV ABC will be live streaming the show online, but only in select cities. If you don’t live in one of the cities listed below, don’t worry. We have some options for you.

ABC live stream: Head over to ABC.go and watch the show live on your computer, smartphone, Apple TV, Fire tablet, or Chromecast. You’ll need a cable account login. You’ll also have to be in one of the following cities to view the live stream —  Chicago, Fresno, Houston, Los Angeles, New York City, Philadelphia, Raleigh-Durham or San Francisco.

ABC Online: Watch the Bachelorette on your computer or mobile device on ABC.go approximately 24-hours after it airs. Sorry about the wait, but at least you can catch up the next day. It’s better than not watching at all. Some ABC programming requires you to verify your cable subscription, so be prepared.

Hulu: The Bachelorette is added to the Hulu lineup approximately 24-hours after the show airs. If you don’t have Hulu (I love it — finally ditched cable!), they are currently offering a 30-day trial. Keep in mind, after about 3-4 weeks, the episodes will no longer be available for viewing on the streaming service.

Go to your friend’s house: Watch the Bachelorette at your friend’s house if you don’t have access to the live stream or the other options listed above. Just make sure you bring snacks. Or wine. Both are acceptable.

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