Jenn Tran’s ‘Bachelorette’ Season: Start Time, How to Stream

With season 21 of The Bachelorette starting shortly, now’s the time to organize a watch party, procure a bottle of wine or make predictions based on the released list of suitors.

The latest edition of the ABC show will center on Jenn Tran, a 26-year-old physician assistant student and The Bachelorette’s first Asian American lead. Tran, who appeared on Joey Graziadei’s season of The Bachelor, will whittle down a group of 25 guys on a journey that will start at a new mansion, before jetting off to Australia and New Zealand, according to ABC. 

Season 21 will premiere on Monday evening, and there are also ways to stream the debut if you don’t have cable. If you want to catch every group date and flying spark this season, here’s everything you need to know before the two-hour first episode.

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When to stream the Bachelorette season 21 premiere

Want to see all of Jenn Tran’s picks? The season 21 premiere will air on ABC on Monday, July 8 at 8 p.m. ET, 7 p.m. CT and 8 p.m. PT. Hulu will have the premiere the next day, July 9. New episodes air weekly on Mondays and hit Hulu on Tuesdays. Below, you’ll find options for watching the season live or on demand.


Regular Hulu provides new Bachelorette episodes the day after they air, so those with a subscription can watch the premiere episode starting on Tuesday, July 9. The ad-supported version of Hulu costs $8 a month or $80 a year, and the ad-free version costs $18 a month with no annual payment option. You can also opt for a Disney bundle, which packages Hulu with Disney Plus or pairs the service with both Disney Plus and ESPN Plus.

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If you’re interested in streaming The Bachelorette live on Monday, you can do so with a Hulu Plus Live TV subscription. Unlike regular Hulu, Hulu with live TV starts at $77 a month and the entry tier offers the ad-supported Disney Bundle (Hulu, Disney Plus, always ad-based ESPN Plus) and an assortment of live channels including ABC. Read our review for more.

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YouTube TV is another live TV streamer with ABC in its channel lineup. The service outdoes its competitors when it comes to inclusions from CNET’s list of 100 top channels. If you want to watch The Bachelorette premiere live, you can sign up for $73 a month.

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Sling TV may or may not grant you access to ABC and The Bachelorette premiere. Live streaming of ABC might be available to you with a $40-45 a month Sling Blue subscription, but it depends on what city you’re located in. Head to this site to check.