The Bachelorette Season 19 is still a couple of months away from premiering, but don’t worry, you can still watch the old seasons of the series. Dealing with a hiatus of any show is always a bummer and for Bachelor Nation fans, this is the longest we’ve had to wait in a long, long time.
However, the wait will be worth it because when The Bachelorette Season 19 finally does premiere, there will be not one, but two Bachelorettes hoping to find love. The logistics of how it will work are still unknown but I dare say we are in for a treat.
While we wait to see how Gabby Windey and Rachel Recchia’s season of The Bachelorette plays out, you can head to a handful of streaming services to catch up on old seasons. We’ve already covered Hulu, but in this article, you can find out what seasons are available on HBO Max.
Find out which ones below!
What seasons of The Bachelorette are streaming on HBO Max?
HBO Max has more seasons available than Hulu does so if you’re hoping to find a wider variety, this is the streaming service for you. It’s got The Bachelorette Seasons 11 and 14-16 which features some of Bachelor Nation’s favorite female leads.
Season 11 featured two Bachelorettes (only for the first episode, one was voted off by the contestants), Kaitlyn Bristowe and Britt Nilsson. It was very interesting to see ABC tackle the idea of multiple leads, but the concept didn’t last for the whole season as it will for the upcoming one. Kaitlyn Bristowe was voted to stick around, but it is not where she found the one for her. She later started dating Bachelor Nation alum Jason Tartick to whom she is engaged now.
Season 14 featured Becca Kufrin, who had her heart broken in a publicly humiliating way while on Arie Luyendyk Jr.’s season of The Bachelor. It was the least ABC could do to make up for the emotional turmoil she experienced. However, her engagement with ex-fiance Garrett Yrigoyen was short-lived after a series of controversial tweets came out about him. She’s now happily dating Thomas Jacobs, who she met while on Bachelor in Paradise.
Season 15 is all about Hannah Brown, who had a very controversial season towards the ending. She left engaged with Jed Wyatt, however, the two of them broke it off after she found out that Jed had been dating someone while he was on the show. It was quite a debacle, but it gave us some pretty amazing moments.
Last but not least, Season 16 featured Clare Crawley, who also had a very interesting (and very) short season. In fact, she left the show engaged to Dale Moss very shortly after they started filming, and then the rest of the season was given to Tayshia Adams as the lead.
These are all great seasons to watch so don’t waste another minute, head to HBO Max to watch all of these seasons–you won’t regret it!
The Bachelorette Season 19 will premiere on Monday, July 11 on ABC at 8 PM EST!
Which of the seasons above will you be binge-watching? Let us know in the comments below!