When and on which channel will air the episode of “The Bachelorette” air tonight? Details about the cast, TV schedule, and live stream for Season 19
The Bachelorette will break new ground by including not one but two women looking for love at the same time for the very first time in the show’s history.
In preparation for the show’s premiere later tonight, here is the information you need to know, including the hour, channel, and cast members of the program.
When will tonight’s episode of “The Bachelorette” air, and at what time? Which channel is it broadcasting on?
On Monday, July 11, 2022, the debut of the nineteenth season of “The Bachelorette” will take place.
The show can be seen on ABC every night at 8 o’clock.
Those who have cut their cable or satellite subscriptions have various live streaming options. DIRECTV Stream and Fubo TV provide a free trial to new customers and include ABC in the channel lineups of their streaming services. Additionally, episodes are available on-demand or on Hulu the day after they air.
Who will be “The Bachelorette” for this edition of the show?
Rachel Recchia and Gabby Windey, who both appeared on “The Bachelor” during Clayton Echard’s season, have just returned to the series under the guise of their own show, in which 32 men are competing for the opportunity to win their hearts.
Who are the members of the cast of ‘Bachelorette’ for the current season?
ABC has announced that the following 32 guys will be participating in the nineteenth season of “The Bachelorette”:
- Houston-based wedding photographer Alec is 27 years old. Texas
- Aven is a sales professional from San Diego, California, who is 28 years old.
- Bartender Brandan, age 23, hails from Carlsbad, California.
- Chris, age 30, is a mentality coach born and raised in Redondo Beach, California.
- Colin, age 36, is a sales director who was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois.
- Erich, a real estate analyst who is 29 years old and hails from Bedminster, N.J. Ethan, age 27, is a marketing executive from New York. N.Y. Hayden, age 29, is an executive in the leisure industry from Tampa, Florida.
- Jacob, a mortgage broker from Scottsdale who is 27 years old, Ariz.
- James, age 25, is a big fan of meatballs and lives in Winnetka, Illinois.
- Jason, age 30, is an investment banker who was born and raised in Santa Monica, California.
- Joey is a twin who lives in Brookfield and is 24 years old 26-year-old Conn. John John, an English instructor from Nashville, Tenn.
- Johnny, age 25, is a real estate agent who works in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.
- Jordan H., age 35, is a software developer hailing from Tampa in, Florida.
- Jordan V., 27, a drag racer from Alpharetta, Ga.
- Physical therapist Justin B., 32 years old, hails from Solana Beach in California.
- The other twin from Brookfield, Justin Y., is 24 years old. Conn.
- Kirk, a collegiate football coach who is 29 years old and hails from Lubbock, Texas
- Logan, a 26-year-old videographer from San Diego in the state of California
- Mario, 31, a personal trainer from Naperville, Ill.
- Matt, age 25, is a shipping executive from San Diego in California.
- Michael, age 32, is a salesman for a pharmaceutical company and hails from Long Beach, California.
- Nate, age 33, is an electrical engineer, and he was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois.
- Quincey, age 25, is a life coach born and raised in Miami, Florida.
- Roby, age 33, is a magician born and raised in Los Angeles, California.
- Ryan, age 36, is a director of investments from Boston, Massachusetts.
- Spencer, 27, a venture capitalist from Chicago, Ill.
- Tremayne is a crypto man from Naperville, Illinois, who is 28 years old.
- Tino is a general contractor from Playa del Rey, California, and is 28 years old.
- Wildwood resident Tyler, age 25, is a small business owner. N.J. Zach is a 25-year-old tech executive hailing from Anaheim Hills in California.
Check complete details about the cast on ABC
Who will play the show’s host for season 19 of “The Bachelorette”?
In the upcoming 19th season of “The Bachelorette,” former Bachelor Jesse Palmer will serve as the show’s host. Fans of the actor, who made his hosting debut on the most recent season of “The Bachelor,” will be excited to see him return to the small screen in his new role as host of the female-led Bachelor series. The actor made his first appearance on “The Bachelor” in 2004 when he competed in one of the show’s seasons.