Bachelor Nation’s diehards will, tonight, watch The Bachelor: Listen to Your Heart online (again) and find out if this spinoff can get better. ABC's spinoff to the hit Bachelor and Bachelorette franchise is looking for success in its third week, continuing to see if this group of single male and female musicians can find The One.
The Bachelor Presents: Listen to Your Heart airs at 8 p.m. Eastern on ABC.
In short? You got your American Idol in my Bachelor. Over the course of six, two-hour episodes, The Bachelor Presents: Listen to Your Heart will follow the singletons as they pair up, sing songs individually and as a couple and demonstrate their romantic and musical chemistry to celebrity judges.
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By the end of the six weeks, only one couple will remain on The Bachelor stage. The Bachelorette season 16 with lead Clare Crawley should've been filming over the last two months, but has been postponed indefinitely (let's hope it gives the show's casting department a chance to find more age-appropriate suitors).
Listen to Your Heart will work similarly to Bachelor in Paradise (filming of which is also likely to be delayed). In the premiere episode, women will give out roses to their chosen men, and those who don't receive one, leave. In the following rose ceremony, men will have the upper hand, with women facing elimination.
In episode 1, Ryan and Matt got date cards. Ryan took Jamie on a date where they recorded a cover of John Mayer’s Gravity, while Matt took Mel to a backyard concert by the Plain White T's. In the end, Savannah picked Brandon, then Mel picked Gabe, then Bekah picked Danny, Bri picked Chris, Cheyenne picked Matt, Julia picked Sheridan, Jamie picked Trevor and Rudi saved Ryan.
The following four dudes left: Jack Mason, Josh Hester, Michael Todd and Russell Johnson. In episode 2, the guys are gonna give the roses (and some of the ladies will be eliminated), which should prove interesting.
How to watch The Bachelor Presents: Listen to Your Heart online anywhere, with a VPN
Just because ABC isn't available everywhere doesn't mean Americans need to miss the premiere if they're away from home. Watching The Bachelor's latest season along with the rest of the internet can be pretty easy with the right VPN (virtual private network), you can stream the show from wherever you go.
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How to watch The Bachelor Presents: Listen to Your Heart premiere in the US
Bachelor Nation in the US tunes into Listen to Your Heart at 8 p.m. ET on ABC. The broadcast network is available if you have an antenna or cable subscription. You can also watch the premiere on demand or Hulu the next day.
If you've already cut the cord, you can watch the finale live on several live TV streaming services, including Hulu With Live TV, YouTube TV and AT&T TV Now.
Of these options, we recommend Hulu, which also offers original programming like High Fidelity and Shrill. It's also got a 1-week free trial. YouTube TV is a better choice if you want to record a lot of shows, since it offers a Cloud DVR with unlimited storage. We do not recommend AT&T TV Now.
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How to watch The Bachelor Presents: Listen to Your Heart in Canada
Canadian members of Bachelor's nation can tune into The Bachelor Presents: Listen to Your Heart premiere at the same time and day, 8 p.m. on City TV.
How to watch The Bachelor Presents: Listen to Your Heart in the UK
Sorry Brits, it doesn't seem you'll be able to Listen to Your Heart live on any UK channels. Check out our favorite VPN service, ExpressVPN, so you can watch online with the rest of us.
The Bachelor Presents: Listen to Your Heart cast
Here are the hot, single women and men who will search for romantic and musical connections within the house.
- Bekah, 25, musical theater, Washington, D.C.
- Bri, 28, pop, Provo, Utah
- Cheyenne, 23, R&B, Lawndale, Calif.
- Jamie, 21, country, Nashville, Tenn.
- Julia, 27, pop, Wayne, Pa.
- Mariana, 23, R&B and pop, Dallas, Texas
- Mel, 27, indie rock, Brooklyn, N.Y.
- Natascha, 33, pop, Los Angeles, Calif.
- Ruby, 25, indie pop, Austin, Texas
- Rudi, 24, R&B and pop, Los Angeles, Calif
- Savannah, 25, acoustic pop, Nashville, Tenn.
- Brandon, 34, American folk pop, Nashville, Tenn.
- Chris, 30, soul, Los Angeles, Calif.
- Danny, 26, singer-songwriter, Sherman Oaks, Calif.
- Gabe, 28, soul/folk, Houston, Texas
- Matt, 32, neo soul, Encino, Calif.
- Ryan, 28, jazz, funk, pop and R&B, Dearborn Heights, Mich.
- Sheridan, 27, R&B soul pop, Austin, Texas
- Trevor, 29, country pop, Encino, Calif.
The Bachelor Presents: Listen to Your Heart celebrity judges and performers
Listen to Your Heart will feature a glittering array of celebrity judges and performers who are well-known and respected in the music industry. They include Jason Mraz, Kesha, Toni Braxton, Andy Grammer, Train's Pat Monahan, Ashlee Simpson-Ross, Evan Ross, Rita Wilson, Jewel, Taye Diggs, Plain White T's, producer John Alagia, radio hosts Valentine in the Morning, jazz duo Marty and Elayne, Bachelor franchise stalwart Chris Lane, and Shaggy.
The show will also bring in Bachelor Nation alums including JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rogers, Rachel Lindsay and Bryan Abasolo, Arie and Lauren Luyendyk, and Kaitlyn Bristowe and Jason Tartick.