What time does the Bachelor season finale start on Monday night and how can fans watch Ben Higgins’ proposal live streaming online? ABC will broadcast the finale rose ceremony and the live After the Final Rose special on March 14 and many fans will be able to watch on their computer, tablet, or smartphone.
Not near a TV on Monday night? There are two ways to watch the show online or on your mobile device. Scroll down for details on how to watch ABC’s free Bachelor live stream.
Ben gets dressed for a big goodbye.https://t.co/LPUUZ9K2z5
— The Bachelor (@BachelorABC) March 12, 2016
Chill the wine, grab some tissues and get ready for a drama-filled two-hour finale show that will start with a rejection and end with a proposal. Following the final rose ceremony, watch the one-hour ATFR special where Ben will not only gush about his new fiancee, but face the girl he sent home. The night will end with the announcement of the next Bachelorette.
Start Time: The Bachelor season 20 finale begins at 8 p.m. ET on your local ABC TV channel, followed by the After The Final Rose special at 10 p.m. ET.
Online/Mobile: ABC offers live video coverage of many of their shows to viewers select cities across the US (see list of cities below).
To watch Ben Higgins’ Bachelor finale live online, head over to ABC.go.com and verify your cable subscription with participating TV providers including Verizon FiOS, Cox, ATT-Uverse, Dish Network, Comcast, and more. To watch on your mobile device, download the free WATCH ABC app.
The live stream service is currently available in the following cities: Chicago, Fresno, Houston, Los Angeles, New York City, Philadelphia, Raleigh-Durham and San Francisco.
Don’t live in one of the cities listed above? The Bachelor season finale will be available online on ABC.go.com approximately 24-hours after the episode airs.