How to Watch The Bachelor in Paradise Finale Live For Free to See Who Gets Married

How to Watch The Bachelor in Paradise Finale Live For Free to See Who Gets Married

All products and services featured are independently chosen by editors. However, StyleCaster may receive a commission on orders placed through its retail links, and the retailer may receive certain auditable data for accounting purposes.

If you’re part of Bachelor Nation, you may want to know how to watch Bachelor in Paradise live online for free to see which contestants couple up, break up, and get engaged. Since season 9 is coming to a close, you’ve come to the right place to find out how to watch all of the drama unfold in the three-hour finale. Slight spoiler alert: One couple ties the knot on the show.

Bachelor in Paradise is a spinoff of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette and features former contestants from both shows (they’re oftentimes fan favorites) on a beach for around three weeks. The reality television dating show starts with an uneven number of women and men, and each week, they have a rose ceremony where one of the groups hands out roses to the contestants they would like to continue to pursue. The contestants who don’t get a rose must pack up their bags and head home.

Related Stories

The roles are reversed the following week, and the group that didn’t give out roses the previous week now has the job of deciding who receives roses and who goes home. The part that of the show that spices things up is that new contestants join throughout the week. This creates an uneven number between the women and men and forces the existing contestants to choose whether they want to stay with their current partners or couple up with new members. Viewers can also expect date cards at any given moment, which allow contestants to ask someone they’re interested in to spend some alone time together. This feature has the potential to ruffle some feathers, especially when several new contestants make their debut with a date card in hand.

At the end of the season, couples get a chance to have an overnight date with no cameras or microphones (much like Fantasy Suites on The Bachelor and The Bachelorette). Following the overnight dates is the finale, where contestants either choose to break up or get engaged. Like The Bachelor and The Bachelorette, Bachelor in Paradise also has an “After the Final Rose” special, where contestants reunite to hash out drama and update viewers on their relationships.

Bachelor in Paradise season 9 premiered on September 28, 2023 with Jesse Palmer as the host and Wells Adams as the bartender. Plus, former Bachelorettes Hannah Brown, Katie Thurston, and Charity Lawson make guest appearances.

So how can Bachelor Nation fans stream Bachelor in Paradise season 9? Read on for how to watch Bachelor in Paradise 2023 live online for free to see which couples make it and which couples don’t.

Bachelor in Paradise season 9
Craig Sjodin/ABC via Getty Images.

When does Bachelor in Paradise air?

Bachelor in Paradise airs on Thursdays at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.

When is the Bachelor in Paradise finale 2023?

The Bachelor in Paradise season 9 finale airs on Thursday, December 7, 2023 from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. ET on ABC.

How to watch Bachelor in Paradise live for free

Bachelor in Paradise airs on ABC, which is available to stream on services like DirecTV Stream, Fubo, and Hulu+ With Live TV. DirecTV Stream offers a five-day free trial, which starts at $74.99 per month after the trial ends (with $10 off your first three months). Fubo offers a seven-day free trial, which starts at $74.99 per month after the trial ends. While Hulu+ With Live TV doesn’t have a free trial, it is cheaper per month than the other options, starting at $68.99 per month, and offers plans that include free subscriptions to Disney Plus and ESPN Plus.

Best Overall Pick to Watch Bachelor in Paradise: DirecTV Stream

Direct TV is our best overall pick to watch Bachelor in Paradise live for free for its free trial, price (including its current deal), and channel selection. DirecTV Stream offers a five-day free trial and has a current deal where new subscribers can receive $10 off their first three months. DirecTV offers four plans: Entertainment, which costs $74.99 per month with the first three months at $64.99 per month; Choice, which costs $99.99 per month with the first three months at $89.99 per month; Ultimate, which costs $109.99 per month with the first three months at $99.99 per month; and Premiere, which costs $154.99 per month with the first three months at $144.99 per month.

As for other differences between the plans, Entertainment includes more than 75 channels, the ability to stream on unlimited devices in your home, unlimited cloud DVR storage, and a special offer on premium channels. Choice, which is the most popular plan, includes more than 105 channels, regional sports networks, and everything included in Entertainment. Ultimate includes more than 140 channels and everything included in Entertainment and Choice. Premiere includes more than 150 channels including premium channels like HBO and Starz and everything included in Entertainment, Choice, and Premiere. Read on for step-by-step instructions on how to watch Bachelor in Paradise with DirecTV Stream’s free trial. 

  1. Visit streamtv.directv.com
  2. Click “Shop Packages”
  3. Click “Try It Free” for the plan of your choice
  4. Enter your information and payment method
  5. Search for ABC and start watching Bachelor in Paradise

Best Free Trial Pick to Watch Bachelor in Paradise: Fubo

Fubo is our best free trial pick to watch Bachelor in Paradise live for free. Fubo offers a seven-day free trial (two days longer than DirecTV Stream) and offers three plans: Pro, which costs $74.99 per month; Elite, which costs $84.99 per month; and Ultimate, which costs $99.99 per month.

As for the difference between the plans, Pro includes 180 channels, 1,000 hours of Cloud DVR, and the ability to watch on up to 10 screens at once. Elite includes everything in Pro, as well as a total of 256 channels and 4K resolution. Ultimate includes everything in Pro and Elite, as well as a total of 299 channels, Showtime, and Red Zone NFL Network. Read on for step-by-step instructions on how to watch Bachelor in Paradise with Fubo’s free trial. 

  1. Visit Fubo.TV
  2. Click “Start Free Trial”
  3. Enter your information and payment method
  4. Search for ABC and start watching Bachelor in Paradise

Best Upgrade Pick to Watch Bachelor in Paradise: Hulu+ Live TV

Hulu+ With Live TV is our best upgrade pick to watch Bachelor in Paradise based on its channel selection and its free subscriptions to Hulu, Disney Plus, and ESPN Plus. Hulu+ With Live TV offers four plans: a $68.99 per month plan with access to only live TV; a $69.99 per month plan with free subscriptions to Hulu with ads, Disney Plus with ads, and ESPN Plus with ads; a $74.99 per month plan with free subscriptions to Hulu with ads, Disney Plus with no ads, and ESPN Plus with ads; and a $82.99 per month plan with free subscriptions to Hulu with no ads, Disney Plus with no ads, and ESPN Plus with ads. Read on for step-by-step instructions on how to watch Bachelor in Paradise with Hulu+ Live TV.

  1. Visit Hulu.com/liveTV
  2. Click “Sign Up Now”
  3. Enter your information and payment method
  4. Search for ABC and start watching Bachelor in Paradise

Watch the Bachelor in Paradise season 9 trailer

[embedded content]

Bachelor in Paradise season 9
Craig Sjodin/Disney via Getty Images.

Who is in the Bachelor in Paradise season 9 cast?

Here’s a full list of the 14 contestants who appear in the Bachelor in Paradise season 9 finale:

Aaron Bryant, 30, software salesman, San Diego, California

  • From The Bachelorette season 20 (Charity)
  • Joined Bachelor in Paradise season 9 in week 1

Aven Jones, 29, sales executive, San Diego, California

  • From The Bachelorette season 19 (Gabby and Rachel)
  • Joined Bachelor in Paradise season 9 in week 1

Eliza Isichei, 27, marketing manager, Los Angeles, California

  • From The Bachelor season 26 (Clayton) and Bachelor in Paradise season 8
  • Joined Bachelor in Paradise season 9 in week 1

Jess Girod, 24, e-commerce coordinator, Winter Springs, Florida

  • From The Bachelor season 27 (Zach)
  • Joined Bachelor in Paradise season 9 in week 1

John Henry Spurlock, 31, underwater welder, Wilmington, North Carolina

  • From The Bachelorette season 20 (Charity)
  • Joined Bachelor in Paradise season 9 in week 2

Jordan Vandergriff, 28, drag racer, Alpharetta, Georgia

  • From The Bachelorette season 19 (Gabby and Rachel)
  • Joined Bachelor in Paradise season 9 in week 4

Kat Izzo, 27, registered nurse, Tampa, Florida

  • From The Bachelor season 27 (Zach)
  • Joined Bachelor in Paradise season 9 in week 1

Kylee Russell, 25, postpartum nurse, Charlotte, North Carolina

  • From The Bachelor season 27 (Zach)
  • Joined Bachelor in Paradise season 9 in week 1

Mercedes Northup, 25, nonprofit case manager, Nashville, Tennessee

  • From The Bachelor season 27 (Zach)
  • Joined Bachelor in Paradise season 9 in week 1

Michael Barbour, 29, yacht captain, Chicago, Illinois

  • From The Bachelorette season 20 (Charity)
  • Joined Bachelor in Paradise season 9 in week 4

Olivia Lewis, 24, patient care technician, Rochester, New York

  • From The Bachelor season 27 (Zach)
  • Joined Bachelor in Paradise season 9 in week 1

Peter Cappio, 33, airline pilot, New York City, New York

  • From The Bachelorette season 20 (Charity)
  • Joined Bachelor in Paradise season 9 in week 1

Samantha “Sam” Picco, 34, entrepreneur, St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador

  • From Bachelor in Paradise Canada season 2
  • Joined Bachelor in Paradise season 9 in week 2

Tanner Courtad, 30, mortgage lender, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

  • From The Bachelorette season 20 (Charity)
  • Joined Bachelor in Paradise season 9 in week 2
Bachelor in Paradise at Playa Escondida Resort in Sayulita, Mexco
Playa Escondida Sayulita.

Where is Bachelor in Paradise filmed 2023?

Bachelor in Paradise season 9 is filmed at the Playa Escondida Resort in Sayulita, a city in Vallarta-Nayarit, Mexico. The show has filmed at this resort since season 2, with season 1 taking place at the Casa Palapa resort in Tulum, Quintana Roo, Mexico.

According to the hotel’s website, Playa Escondida is a secluded, beachfront resort surrounded by hills, a 350-foot coastline, and covered with jungle. The resort is located 40 minutes from the Puerto Vallarta International Airport on the Pacific Coast of Nayarit, known as Riviera Nayarit, and is one mile from the town of Sayulita.

BACHELOR IN PARADISE - ABCÕs ÒBachelor in ParadiseÓ stars Jesse Palmer. (ABC/Craig Sjodin)
ABC/Craig Sjodin.Courtesy of ABC.

Who is the Bachelor in Paradise 2023 host?

Who is the Bachelor in Paradise 2023 host? The Bachelor in Paradise season 9 host is Jesse Palmer, who was the season 5 Bachelor in 2004 and was the youngest Bachelor in Bachelor Nation history at 24 years old. Jesse hosted his first Bachelor franchise show in 2022 with The Bachelor season 26 (Clayton Echard).

During The Bachelor season 5 finale, Jesse gave his Final Rose to Jessica Bowlin, but didn’t propose to her. Jesse and Jessica continued to date, but ended their relationship a few weeks after the finale of their Bachelor season aired. In June 2020, Jesse and his girlfriend, Emely Fardo, married in an intimate wedding in New York City. Jesse told Us Weekly in November 2021 that he and Emely planned to marry in Provence, France, before the COVID-19 pandemic cancelled their wedding date. “We had originally planned a wedding in Provence, France, for summer 2020, which was postponed until summer of 2021 due to the pandemic, but we didn’t want to wait any longer,” he said at the time. “So, we had a small, private and intimate ceremony with close friends who lived in New York City.”

0
Like
Save