The Bachelor

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Season 21 episodes (13)

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A trio of popular former Bachelors – Sean Lowe, Chris Soules and Ben Higgins –offer their support and encouragement to Nick, who will face all new pressures and responsibilities on the highly anticipated 21st season premiere.
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As Nick continues his search for love with the 22 remaining beautiful bachelorettes, Liz is particularly anxious: she is keeping a tumultuous secret about her romantic past with the Bachelor. When Nick learns that his secret is starting to come out and he has to make some drastic, stunning decisions to save his major opportunity to find love. Twelve other women are excited to dress up for their own wedding photo shoot with their “groom,” Nick, and six women get to act out a dramatic and sometimes funny “break-up” with Nick at Los Angeles’ Museum of Broken Relationships.
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After Nick reveals his past with Liz, he’s anxious some of the women will leave. Three women question why they were sent home and The Backstreet Boys visit the Bachelor Mansion.
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Level-headed Vanessa turns fierce as she confronts Nick about his behavior and intentions when it comes to Corinne. Two unsuspecting women are sent home that night at the rose ceremony. The remaining bachelorettes are headed to Nick’s hometown of Waukesha, Wisconsin, to get a close-up look at where he grew up. One hopeful bachelorette takes a stroll down memory lane with Nick, and they unexpectedly run into someone from his past. After weeks of tension, some of the bachelorettes have it out at the cocktail party– insults fly! Do they want to win Nick’s heart or just win?
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A vicious argument between Corinne and Taylor rages on just before the rose ceremony in Wisconsin. When the dust settles and the roses are all given out, two heartbroken women are sent home. However, for the remaining 13 bachelorettes, it’s on to one of the great romantic cities in the United States: New Orleans. Nick’s first one-on-one date in the Big Easy provides combustible chemistry as the couple sightsees, dances and goes to a Lolo concert. Ten bachelorettes join Nick for a thrill-a-thon as they visit an allegedly haunted plantation where a resident ghost makes her presence felt. Two arch rivals prepare to face off in the dreaded two-on-one date. Tensions are high as they head to NOLA’s mystical bayou. Which woman is stranded in the swamp, and which gets the rose? The evening ends with another abrupt surprise for both Nick and his date.
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Taylor is determined to defeat her arch rival, Corinne, even after being dispatched on the dramatic two-on-one date. So as Nick and the controversial bachelorette attempt to have a romantic evening, Taylor crashes their party to share information about her adversary. Will that change Nick’s impression of the provocative woman? After the rose ceremony, nine lucky ladies remain on the journey to the beautiful island of St. Thomas. Particularly curious about one bachelorette’s mysterious past, Nick spends the day with her, but will there be enough of a connection between them for her to continue? What starts out as a fun-filled, relaxing group date on a sandy white beach, turns awkward and goes awry, as Nick supplies a surprise ending. After this disaster, Nick is bewildered but continues with another two-on-one date with two women about whom he has been optimistic, hoping for reassurance that love is in his future. An unprecedented turn of events leaves Nick in tears and the remaining bachelorettes heart broken. Is Nick’s fourth bid to find his soul mate doomed?
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After suffering through an intense volleyball group date last week, a tearful Nick is unsure about the process. He leaves the bachelorettes and walks out on his chance to find his soul mate. The women are dumbfounded by Nick’s exit, as all of his relationships are called into question.
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Corinne, Rachel, Raven and Vanessa are left in Bimini, still shocked that Nick sent Kristina home before the rose ceremony. They wonder if they still will get a coveted hometown date from the unpredictable Bachelor. But with the stakes being so high, Nick will go on an emotionally charged journey to visit these final four women’s hometowns. Raven meets him in Hoxie, Arkansas, and then, it is on to Dallas where Rachel and Nick confront the challenges that might meet an interracial couple. Corinne is waiting in Miami and finally, Nick travels to Montreal to reunite with Vanessa. Just as Nick gets ready to make the gut-wrenching decision to send one woman home, he gets a surprise visitor, who could change everything.
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What is Andi Dorfman doing at Nick’s hotel door? He just finished visiting the families of the final four women, and Andi shares a bombshell suggestion with Nick about the fantasy suite. After a painful rose ceremony, Nick rejoices with the final three bachelorettes as they head to the snow-capped winter wonderland of Lapland, Finland.
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Raven and Nick have a very special romantic night in the fantasy suite with a dream-come-true ending. Nick and Rachel’s day begins with cross country skiing to a reindeer farm where they cozy up in front of a roaring fire, but will Rachel let her true feelings be known? Finally, Nick and Vanessa must deal with the aftermath of her contentious hometown date that didn’t go as smoothly as either would have liked. They have a lot of obstacles to overcome if they are to share a future together. All of the dates are filled with passion and excitement, as Nick continues to explore what his future might be like with each of these potential mates. But everyone is on edge – especially Nick – as he prepares to deliver a shocking elimination to someone he loves at the rose ceremony.
12 Women Tell All
Tempers flare and there are plenty of fireworks, as 19 of the most memorable women this season are back to confront Nick and tell their side of the story. There were highs and lows during Nick’s unforgettable season – and then there was Corinne, the most controversial bachelorette of the group. The very self-confident Corinne, who has been the woman viewers and the other bachelorettes have loved to hate, returns to have her chance to defend herself. Rachel, the recently announced new Bachelorette, shares some insight into how she plans to handle her search for love. Danielle L. and Kristina attempt to get some closure to their sudden and heart-wrenching break-ups. Then, take a sneak peek at the dramatic season finale and Nick’s final two women.
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After his dreams of finding love were cut short when both bachelorettes Andi Dorfman and Kaitlyn Bristowe left him heartbroken, Nick has narrowed down the field of 30 bachelorettes to two captivating women – Raven and Vanessa – both of whom he is falling for. Who does Nick, after much soul-searching, see as his future wife? It is no surprise that he is anxious, conflicted and fearful of being rejected again.
14 After the Final Rose
Immediately following the dramatic season finale, emotions run high as Nick sits down with Chris Harrison – live – to discuss his final two women of the season: Raven, the beautiful Southern belle, and Vanessa, the passionate special-needs teacher. The Bachelor takes us back to the snow-capped winter wonderland of Finland where he spent the emotional last days of his journey. Both ladies are back to sit with Nick to talk about the sensational outcome and their relationships with him. It’s the live, unpredictable ending to his adventure to find everlasting true love, live, on The Bachelor: After the Final Rose, also airing MONDAY, MARCH 13 (10:01-11:00 p.m. EST). Additionally, Rachel Lindsay makes a special appearance right before she begins her own journey to find love.

About this show

One lucky man gets the opportunity to find the woman of his dreams, and hopefully his bride-to-be, in this reality series. The Bachelor embarks on a romantic journey meeting 25 women, then selecting 15 as potential mates. He continues to narrow the field, ultimately to one woman to whom he proposes marriage in the series' dramatic finale.

Ratings and reviews

743 reviews
March 16, 2017
Here's a quick synopsis of Nick. This girl's awesome, it's so easy to do things with her my family loves her, she has so many great qualities, she's just what i need! And this other girl is really hard to deal with, and has a lot of issues, super insecure, lives in a completely different country, every time we hang out I'm arguing and never have true fun, it's basically conflict city and women I've chosen like her in the past has NEVER worked out and they even at least lived in the same country. I'm going to choose the one that has the most issues because the one I get along with, that my parents love, that I just have fun with all the time, that I could be myself, someone who'd have my back, be a strong support, can just relax and be a great wife, mom etc, I'm going to tell her all the wonderful things about her and then let her go because she just makes too much sense and who wants to do something that makes sense? Yup. That's basically the whole show. Waste. of. time. show. Never. Again. 😐
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Lori Knoell
February 1, 2017
I purchased the entire season for $15.+ and watched two shows in one that night. When I returned the following week to watch the next episode it said I didn't have any history with them and thus had to buy the next episode for $1.99. So I was ripped off. I'll never again purchase in advance, but will pay for each episode when ready to watch. Other than the stealing of my money, I have no complaints with watching the show, it was perfect, uninterrupted viewing.
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A Google user
January 12, 2019
I refuse to pay to watch my favorite show when it's a FREE local Network. This is absolutely ridiculous, how can you do this, take a free thing and charge out the yingyang for it. hope you fall short of making a killing for something that most can not afford. only giving a 1 star because you can not post without it.
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