Where to watch The Bachelor US online in Australia
Season 22 of the beloved US show is in full swing and fans from Australia can stay on top of all the juicy action by streaming episodes on 9Now.
The Bachelor is an extremely popular romance reality series in the US. It launched several successful spin-offs and became a huge franchise with multiple international versions. The Australian version of The Bachelor airs on TEN, with casting for Season 6 now open and filming set to commence in March. Until then, you can get your dose of addictive reality dating by following the original edition.
In Season 22, Arie Luyendyk Jr. returns for a second shot at love. Six years ago, he almost proposed to Emily Maynard during Season 8 of The Bachelorette; sadly, he left the show heartbroken. Since he hasn’t been particularly lucky in love since, he’s now back in the spotlight, ready to race into viewers’ hearts yet again. This time he plays the suitor, with 29 bachelorettes ready to sweep him off his feet. The current season of The Bachelor premiered at the beginning of 2018, with episodes airing weekly.
Stream The Bachelor US online with 9Now
In Australia, The Bachelor US airs Tuesdays on 9Life. But rest assured – if you can’t watch the episode in prime time, you can always catch up on 9Now. The service enables you to live stream Channel 9 and catch up on Channel 9, 9Gem, 9Go! and 9Life whenever it suits you with exclusive on-demand viewing.
Episodes of The Bachelor are fast-tracked from the US every Tuesday and stay on 9Now for a couple of months. You need to create an account to watch content, but the process is completely free. Once that’s done, you can watch on your computer, mobile device, Telstra TV, Fetch TV, Apple TV, Chromecast and selected smart TVs. All in all, catching up with the most successful dating show in the US has never been easier.
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