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Even If You Don’t Have Cable, You Can Totally Still Watch ‘Bachelor In Paradise’ Live

Bachelor in Paradise will premiere on August 5 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.
You can watch ABC directly or stream live via the ABC app and the ABC website.
You can also stream live with DIRECTV NOW, YouTube TV, Hulu With Live TV or PlayStation Vue, or watch the next day on Hulu.


The Bachelorette may be over (sigh), but Bachelor Nation is already preparing for this summer’s most important event: watching eliminated Bachelor participants taking a second, third or fourth in love at a luxury resort in Mexico. Yes, the wait is finally over: there is Bachelor in Paradise! Here’s how you can see it so you don’t miss a second of the action on the beach:

It is clear that you can catch all the drama in Paradise on ABC every Monday and Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET, from 5 and 6 August.

But as every true fan knows, watch parties are a ** critical ** part of the bachelor season. So, even if you have cable, you can be at a watch party where the host does not.

Now, before you throw a glass of wine at your ex-bestie Michelle (yeah, you would never waste wine!), There are other ways to catch the new paradise season this summer. Depending on your location, you can also stream the show via the ABC app or the ABC website, but – here’s the trick – you have to sign up with an active cable account (thanks, mum and dad!).

Or, if you subscribe to DIRECTV NOW, YouTube TV, Hulu With Live TV or PlayStation Vue, you are also lucky: with all those platforms you can stream ABC live. It is also possible to stream Paradise on Hulu the morning after it is broadcast, as long as you have a Hulu account.

ICYMI, this season of Bachelor in Paradise, shows some of the most ~ controversial ~ cast members of Bachelor Nation in search of love (or, at the very least, get a pretty nice color).

There is apparently a love triangle with none other than fan favorite Demi Burnett, a huge fight between John Paul Jones from the Hannah Brown season and Bachelor In Paradise veteran Derek Peth, and not one, but three, engagements.

Yes … you want to mark your cal, set all the alarms and do everything you need to never miss a moment of this season.

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