What time does the The Bachelorette season finale start, and how can fans watch the show live online? After two months of drama, Kaitlyn Bristowe will finally face her final two guys — Shawn and Nick — at the final rose ceremony on Monday night. Spoilers indicate there will be two proposals, one heartbroken guy, and an engagement that is sure to leave fans grabbing for a box of tissues.
The big event, which will play out in front of a live studio audience in L.A., starts at 8 p.m. ET on Monday, July 27. Many viewers will be be able to watch the three-hour finale — including the live After the Final Rose (ATFR) special — live streaming on their computer, tablet, or smartphone. The season-ender will also air on your local ABC TV channel.
If you’re not near a television to watch The Bachelorette on TV, ABC is offering live stream coverage via the Watch ABC app. Unfortunately, not everyone will be able to see the livestream — the network states that it is only avaiable for viewers in the following cities: Chicago, Fresno, Houston, Los Angeles, New York City, Philadelphia, Raleigh-Durham, and San Francisco.
If you live in one of those cities, you must verify that you have a participating TV provider account — including Dish Network, Verizon FiOS, Comcast, Cox, ATT-Uverse, and many others — to gain access to the free live stream.
Not able to watch on Monday night? Most ABC shows appear on their site approximately 24 hours after the broadcast, so you should be able to watch the final rose drama on ABC.go.com on Tuesday.
— The Bachelorette (@BacheloretteABC) July 22, 2015
According to a previous report from the Inquisitr, the Bachelor and Bachelorette are two of the most tweeted shows, with fans commenting (not always nicely) about the cast and lead during the show.
Keep up with all of the Bachelorette season finale chatter on Twitter. Follow host Chris Harrison (@ChrisBHarrison), producer Mike Fleiss (@Fleissmeister), Bachelorette Kaitlyn Bristowe (@KaitlynBristowe) and her two final guys — Nick Viall ( @viallnicholas28) and Shawn Booth (@Shawn_Booth). Fans who can’t watch the show when it airs may not want to read #TheBachelorette tweets, unless you don’t mind spoilers.
Previews for the Bachelorette finale show both Nick and Shawn ready to propose, but Kaitlyn seems to struggling with her choice. While spoilers indicate that this guy is who wins Kaitlyn’s heart, fans will have to watch the final rose ceremony to find out for sure.
Tune in to the Bachelorette season finale on Monday at 8 p.m. ET on ABC TV, or via the Watch ABC app in select cities.