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How to Watch the Bachelor in Paradise 2022 Season on Hulu

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Season 19 of The Bachelorette just wrapped up, and what a wild ride it was. For the first time in the franchise’s history, there were TWO bachelorettes throughout the entire season—Gabby and Rachel (both from Clayton’s season of The Bachelor). 

Though we’re sad to see Gabby and Rachel’s season end, we’re excited for a brand new season of Bachelor in Paradise. You might even see some familiar faces from this most recent Bachelorette season (hint hint).

Whether you’ve been part of Bachelor Nation for the last 20+ years or you’re a newbie tuning in for the first time, the Bachelor in Paradise 2022 season is sure to be one of the most unhinged ones yet. 

From the season premiere to the final rose ceremony, here’s how to watch Bachelor in Paradise live without cable on Hulu. 

When does Bachelor in Paradise start?

The Bachelor in Paradise 2022 season premieres Tuesday, September 27 at 8 p.m. ET. New episodes will air weekly every Monday and Tuesday (yup, you read that right) on ABC, plus next-day on Hulu. 

How to Watch Bachelor in Paradise Without Cable

Wondering where to watch Bachelor in ParadiseAll Hulu subscribers can keep up with new episodes the day after they air on ABC throughout the season (Monday and Tuesday live on ABC, Tuesday and Wednesday on Hulu). 

If you want to catch all the drama as it unfolds, watch each episode live on ABC with a Hulu + Live TV subscription.* In addition to Hulu’s entire streaming library, Hulu + Live TV subscribers gain access to 75+ live channels, including ABC.

All Hulu subscribers can also access select past seasons of The Bachelorette, The Bachelor, and Bachelor in Paradise to relive the franchise’s juiciest moments. 

*Live TV plan required to watch live content on Hulu. Regional restrictions, blackouts and additional terms apply.

Get Started with Hulu + Live TV

Here’s how to get started with Hulu + Live TV in three easy steps:

  1. Sign up or login with your Hulu credentials if you’re already subscribed (current Hulu subscribers can switch to Live TV*).
  2. Set up any Live TV supported devices such as Android, Apple, Chromecast, Fire TV, LG TV, Mac and PC browsers, Playstation, Roku, Samsung TV, VIZIO, Xbox, and more.
  3. Enter your zip code to see local live TV availability.
  4. Pour yourself a glass of wine and start texting your Bachelor Nation group chat. 

*Live TV plan required to watch live content on Hulu. Regional restrictions, blackouts and additional terms apply.

Bachelor in Paradise First Look

Paradise awaits! Take a peek at the most shocking and dramatic season yet. 

Watch: Bachelor in Paradise 

Bachelor in Paradise FAQs

Who is in the cast of Bachelor in Paradise season 8

This season, you’ll see the return of some infamous Bachelor and Bachelorette contestants including Johnny DePhilipo, Logan Palmer, and Jacob Papini fresh off their Bachelorette season with Gabby and Rachel. 

Other contestants include Shanae Ankney from Clayton’s season of The Bachelor (did someone say shrimp?) and fan-favorite, Brandon Jones, from Michelle Young’s season of The Bachelorette

See the full 2022 Bachelor in Paradise cast lineup on ABC. 

Where is Bachelor in Paradise filmed? 

Bachelor in Paradise is filmed in Mexico at the Playa Escondida resort, with the exception of the first season which was filmed in Tulum, Mexico. 

How does Bachelor in Paradise work?

If you’re new to Bachelor in Paradise, welcome to the most unhinged series in The Bachelor franchise. Here’s how it works: old contestants from previous Bachelor and Bachelorette seasons are selected to come to the island for a second (or third…or fourth…) chance at finding love. 

Many of the basic premises are the same as The Bachelor and The Bachelorette. For instance, there are rose ceremonies, scheduled dates, and fantasy suites. Jesse Palmer is also the host. 

The main differences? There’s no one bachelor or bachelorette contestants are fighting for. Instead, contestants test the waters with each other to see if sparks fly between other contestants. 

The elimination process on Bachelor in Paradise is also quite different from The Bachelor or The Bachelorette. On this series, contestants are sent home if they aren’t coupled up by the end of the rose ceremony. But, there’s a catch. Contestants are also added each episode which always keeps things interesting. 

At the end of the season, contestants who are paired up have the option to walk away hand in hand to carry on their relationship, or they can choose to propose with a Neil Lane diamond engagement ring. 

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