A lot of people adore examination ABC’s romantic reality show, The Bachelor. A lot of people also adore examination the Olympics, among other sporting events. Someone operative in radio must have suspicion that the many judicious thing to do would be mixing the two concepts into one show!
Former contestants on The Bachelor and The Bachelorette, from incarnations all around the world, will join together at a winter review in Manchester, Vermont, where they will contest in winter-themed games, desirous by the Olympics. Separated by country, let’s take a demeanour at whose going to be in the show:
- United States: Michael Garofola, Luke Pell, Lesley Murphy, Lauren Griffin, Josiah Graham, Jamey Kocan, Eric Bigger, Dean Unglert, Clare Crawley, Bibiana Julian, Ben Higgins and Ashley Iaconetti
- United Kingdom: Laura Blair
- Sweden: Rebecca Carlson and Nastassia Yaramchuk
- New Zealand: Lily McManus-Semchyshyn, Jordan Mauger and Ally Thompson
- Japan: Yuki Kimura
- Switzerland/Germany: Christian Rauch
- Finland: Jenny Helenius
- China: Zoe Tang
- Canada: Kevin Wendt and Benoit Beauséjour-Savard
- Australia: Courtney Dober and Tiffany Scanlon
Premiering on Tuesday, Feb. 13, the series will air four, two-hour episodes over a duration of two weeks. It will also air on Thursday, Feb. 15, Tuesday, Feb. 20 and Thursday, Feb. 22. After the finale, there will also be an hourlong “World Tells All” reunion special.
The Bachelor Winter Games Premiere: Time Details
Date: Tuesday, Feb 13, 2018
Time: 8 PM ET
Location: Manchester, Vermont
TV Channel: ABC
Live Stream: ABC
ow To Watch The Bachelor Winter Games Premiere Live Stream Online
You can watch the premiere of The Bachelor Winter Games online with the central ABC website. You need your log-in and cue information supposing by your wire and satellite provider.
You can also live stream the premiere online by DIRECTV NOW. DIRECTV offers a free seven-day trial. You can start for free with a 7-day hearing before your paid membership begins. It is accessible on Desktop, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV and Chromecast.
You can also use Fubo TV to live stream the show. You can start for free with a 7-day hearing and you can cancel anytime.
ABC programming is also accessible with Sling TV in certain cities for $5 a month. The Sling website also offers a 7-day free trial.
How To Live Stream The Bachelor Winter Games on Mobile
If you would rather watch the show on your mobile devices, or simply do not have entrance to a computer, you can always use the ABC App, which is accessible in the App Store, Google Play store, and Amazon Fire. Once again, you need to record in with your wire provider information.
DIRECTV also has a DIRECTV NOW app accessible on App Store and Google Play.
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