The Bachelor season 25 is getting to that nail-biting moment where the rose ceremony is looming so there are a few tough conversations coming up - and they're so tough, you won't want to miss them.
Most fans of the ABC show will be familiar with how to watch The Bachelor but if you're wondering when the next episodes are coming to Hulu, fear not—for we have all the details.
Season 26 has not yet been confirmed or canceled so fans will have to wait a little longer for details on this. But until then, there are plenty of season 25 episodes to feast your eyes on.
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When do the new episodes of The Bachelor come on Hulu?
The time when new episodes of The Bachelor come on Hulu actually depends on the type of package you have.
Hulu Deluxe service
Hulu introduced its deluxe service—Hulu + Live TV—which gives customers access to the Hulu streaming library, plus the ability to "tune in" to live TV on certain partnered channels.
Subscribers to this service pay $61 per month to be able to watch episodes of The Bachelor live as they air on regular TV or on-demand at their convenience.
Simply tune in as if you're just watching ABC the "normal" way.
If you don't have Hulu + Live TV but have the standard streaming version, you'll have a little bit longer to wait to watch each episode of The Bachelor—so make sure your friends don't release any spoilers!
But it's not a long wait, because every episode arrives on Hulu the morning after it airs on ABC, which is usually no later than 9 am on Tuesday following its Monday primetime airing.
But if you're feeling a little nostalgic and want to reminisce on the past episodes you won't be able to do that on Hulu, as it's only streaming the current season and not past seasons.
Selina is a Senior Entertainment Writer with more than 14 years of experience in newspapers and magazines. She currently looks after all things Entertainment for GoodtoKnow, Woman&Home and My Imperfect Life.
Before joining Future Publishing, Selina graduated from the University of Sheffield in 2006 with a degree in Journalism. She is fully NCTJ and NCE qualified and has 100wpm shorthand. Having spent the start of her career working on local newspapers and online, Selina spent six years as Acting News Editor and Entertainment Reporter at the Scunthorpe Telegraph where she dug into hard news stories, conducted interviews, covered court reporting, features, and entertainment, whilst going to gigs in her spare time.
Whilst at the paper she was awarded an O2 Media Judges' Special Award for helping a terminally ill cancer sufferer realise his dying wish and marry his childhood sweetheart through a successful newspaper campaign. Things like this are close to her heart when it comes to using journalism to make a positive difference in people's lives.
Selina later branched further into all things celebrity to became a Showbiz Writer at Heat magazine, covering red carpet events, showbiz parties, and various launches before going freelance for two years. One of her biggest celebrity achievements - aside from generating celebrity exclusives - was interviewing Take That (including Robbie Williams) and bumping into Simon Cowell so much at events she told him 'I'm calling you my showbiz dad!'
In 2017 she joined TI Media as a senior reporter on Woman, Woman's Own, Woman&Home, Woman's Weekly celebrity desk before branching online in 2020 when Future gave her the opportunity to focus on digital-first.
When she's not interviewing celebrities you can find her exploring new countryside walking routes, catching up with friends over good food, or making memories.
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