How to binge watch previous seasons of The Bachelorette online for free

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If watching Becca Kufrin’s season isn’t enough drama for you, here’s how to stream previous seasons of The Bachelorette online.

Bachelorette Mondays are the best, but sometimes we need more than just one night of helicopter dates, bro fights, and oh-so-dramatic rose ceremonies. If you need a Bachelorette fix, you can now stream previous seasons online for about $5 a month, thanks to a streaming platform owned by Warner Bros.

Even better? There’s a 7-day free trial available! That means you can binge watch four previous seasons of The Bachelorette for free if you don’t leave your house for a few days.

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Amazon Prime Video has several seasons available to stream online, but it’s pricey — about $1.99 per episode of $14.99 per season, and you have to have a Prime membership.

Here’s a cheaper alternative

Warner Bros owns DramaFever, a streaming platform that started out streaming primarily Korean dramas.

Since Warner Bros produces The Bachelor, The Bachelorette, and Bachelor in Paradise, it gave DramaFever the rights to a few past seasons of ABC’s popular reality dating series.

For now, there are just a few seasons available — hopefully they will add more in the near future.

DramaFever is currently streaming the following seasons of The Bachelorette:

  • Season 12 (JoJo Fletcher)
  • Season 11 (Kaitlyn Bristowe)
  • Season 10 (Andi Dorfman)
  • Season 8 (Emily Maynard)

The Bachelorette Australia (Season 3) is also available on DramaFever.

There is a 7-day trial available, but if you want to continue watching when the trial is up, the monthly subscription fee is $4.95.

There is also an option to pre-pay one year for $49.99 — that comes out to $4.19 a month which isn’t a huge savings over the monthly rate, but you can download view episodes off-line with the yearly subscription.

If you have missed episodes from the current season, ABC releases episodes online on ABC.go or via the Watch ABC app 24-hours after the episode airs on TV. You’ll need a cable TV login to watch or you can wait about a week and watch online without a login.

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Watch Becca’s season of The Bachelorette on Monday nights at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.