Let's take a quick look at how you can watch The Bachelor online without cable in 2020! If you're one of the many cable cutters out there that still has an addiction to some of the reality programming that is generally only on some of the major networks out there, then you might find it difficult to find on some of the streaming services currently available. We'll guide you on what options are available to you!
If you've already cut the cord, then you've likely already got a way to stream the majority of these options already. If you are new to this whole thing, you will need to make sure you have a Smart TV capable of using things like Netflix, Hulu, and Disney+. If you're on an older television, you might need to get yourself an additional device. Things like Roku (my personal favorite), Apple TV, Amazon Fire Stick, or Google Chromecast are all options that you can consider! If you're having trouble deciding, I would consider going with a 3rd party like Roku or go with Apple/Google based upon what kind of phone/tablets you have (you'll likely be able to utilize additional features if you stay within similar devices).
Hulu + Live TV
You might already have a Hulu subscription, but there's a lesser known version of it that allows you to watch live TV online! It's quite a bit more expensive, you can pay $54.99 USD a month to get Hulu + Live TV which will get you the full Hulu streaming catalog plus 60+ live and on-demand TV channels which include sports, news, and of course The Bachelor! You can use this to record live TV and it includes Cloud DVR storage. If you pay $6 USD extra, you can get the version that include Hulu with no ads (my personal favorite). This is obviously a bit pricey, so you should only gravitate towards this option if you feel like you will use all of the additional options available.
If you aren't interested in Hulu at all, YouTubeTV is a slightly cheaper option to the previous solution. It will set you back $49.99 USD a month, and you will get 70+ channels that you can stream. This includes sports, news, and again The Bachelor! You can try this option for two weeks for free, which is a good way to see if you might utilize this type of streaming often. Be sure to check that your ZIP code will include ABC via the service so that you are guaranteed to get The Bachelor.
AT&T TV Now
If you've used DirecTV in the past, then you might be familiar with this service. It's pretty similar to the options you had available to you with satellite TV, only now it will be streaming through your internet connection. This option is only available in certain areas currently, here's a look at the places we know have availability right now:
CA: Orange, Riverside | FL: Fort Lauderdale, Miami, West Palm Beach | KS: Topeka, Wichita | MN: Minneapolis | MO: St. Louis, Springfield | NY: New York | TX: Corpus Christi, El Paso, Odessa | WA: Seattle, Tacoma.
You can check your availability on this page here, you just need to enter your address and zip code.