Bachelor in Paradise wraps up on Monday night with a two-hour finale that includes a drama-filled cast reunion.
Bachelor in Paradise wraps up its fourth season and you won’t want to miss the cast reunion that follows Monday night’s finale. If you’re not near a television to watch the drama come to an end, don’t fret. ABC’s popular summer reality TV series will available via live stream on your computer or mobile device.
Here’s what you need to know about the season finale including several options for streaming Paradise online, on your tablet, or smartphone.
Bachelor in Paradise finale and reunion
The two-hour finale begins at 8 p.m. ET on August 14. The final dates and breakups will be shown during the first hour followed by the one-hour reunion. The reunion isn’t live — it was taped two weeks ago so many of this season’s contestants will be tweeting about the show.
Watch the finale on your local ABC TV channel, stream the show online, or watch on your iPad, iPhone, or Android device by downloading one of the free mobile apps below.
ABC offers a free live stream via ABC.go.com but it’s only available in select cities — Chicago, Fresno, Houston, Los Angeles, New York City, Philadelphia, Raleigh-Durham, and San Francisco. You must log in with your cable account username and password to gain access to the live stream. If you want to watch the ABC livestream on your smartphone or tablet, download the Watch ABC app.
Don’t live in one of the cities listed above? Here are some options
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Unfortunately, if you will have to wait 24-hours to watch the Bachelor in Paradise finale if you don’t live in a city where ABC offers live stream viewing.
Watch the show on Tuesday on ABC.go.com.
Try Hulu — you can score a 30-day free trial ($7.99/mo if you don’t cancel) and stream recent Bachelor in Paradise episodes with Google Chrome, Firestick, and other streaming devices.
PlayStation Vue — this streaming service that offers live TV, movies, and shows that have previously aired on a variety of networks, including ABC. A 5-day trial is currently available — the monthly price starts at $39.99.
If you live in one of the cities listed above, you can watch the show live on Playstation View. If not, the episodes are normally available 24-hours after they air on TV. (I use PS Vue and love it!)
While you wait for the Bachelor in Paradise season finale to begin, here’s a sneak peek at the Monday night’s show.
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