While the series is titled The Bachelorette, season 19 will have an interesting twist in that instead of one woman looking for love, there will be two. That’s right, the two runner-ups from The Bachelor season 26 are co-starring in this new installment of the series.
Naturally with there being two people on the quest for romance, fans should expect the usual Bachelorette antics multiplied. We’re talking double the romance, double the heartbreaks and double the "oh my gosh" moments. Oh, and we can’t forget to mention that there is an actual set of twins competing for love this season.
Here’s everything we know about The Bachelorette season 19.
The Bachelorette season 19 release date
The Bachelorette season 19 is set to premiere on Monday, July 11, at 8 pm ET/PT on ABC. The episode airs the next day over on Hulu.
To date, no official plans have been announced in terms of a UK release date. Once we receive additional information on the matter, we’ll be sure to provide an update.
The Bachelorette season 19 premise
ABC describes this upcoming season of The Bachelorette with the following synopsis:
"After unwaveringly supporting each other through a devastating dual breakup in the season 26 finale of The Bachelor, fan favorites and fierce women Gabby Windey and Rachel Recchia stand by each other’s side yet again as they set out on a journey to find love. The two co-star on the upcoming season 19 of The Bachelorette with Jesse Palmer returning as host."
The Bachelorette season 19 bachelorettes
As previously mentioned, this season will be spearheaded by two former Bachelor contestants from season 26 which featured Clayton Echard as the bachelor. The first woman looking for love is Gabby Windey. Windey was born and raised in O'Fallon, Illinois before moving to Colorado where she would eventually become a cheerleader for the Denver Broncos, and later an ICU nurse for the University of Colorado Hospital.
Joining Windey is Rachel Recchia. Recchia was born in Chicago, Illinois and raised in Florida. In addition to being a reality personality, she's also a flight instructor and commercial pilot.
The Bachelorette season 19 host
Jesse Palmer is serving as host for season 19. Palmer, a former NFL player for the New York Giants and former contestant on The Bachelor, is no stranger to hosting duties. He officially served as host of The Bachelor season 26, replacing longtime host Chris Harrison, and on several occasions has stepped up as a special contributor on Good Morning America.
The Bachelorette season 19 contestants
As teased by ABC, this season of The Bachelorette will see the two young ladies date the most men the show has ever had. Thankfully, the network was kind enough to release a “Meet the Men” promo clip to give viewers an idea of the caliber of guys showing up this season. Check it out.
Below we’ve also listed the names of the men featured this season.
- Alex (27), wedding photographer from Houston, Texas
- Aven (28), sales executive from San Diego, California
- Brandon (23), bartender from Carlsbad, California
- Chris (30), mentality coach from Redondo Beach, California
- Colin (36), sales director from Chicago, Illinois
- Erich (29), real estate analyst from Bedminster, New Jersey
- Ethan (27), advertising executive from New York, New York
- Hayden (29), leisure executive from Tampa, Florida
- Jacob (27), mortgage broker from Scottsdale, Arizona
- James (25), meatball enthusiast from Winnetka, Illinois
- Jason (30), investment banker from Santa Monica, California
- Joey (24), twin from Brookfield, Connecticut
- John (26), English teacher from Nashville, Tennessee
- Johnny (25), realtor Palm Beach Gardens, Florida
- Jordan H. (35), software developer from Tampa, Florida
- Jordan V. (27), drag racer from Alpharetta, Georgia
- Justin B. (32), physical therapist from Solana Beach, California
- Justin Y. (24), twin from Brookfield, Connecticut
- Kirk (29), college football coach from Lubbock, Texas
- Logan (26), videographer from San Diego, California
- Mario (31), personal trainer from Naperville, Illinois
- Matt (25), shipping executive from San Diego, California
- Michael (32), pharmaceutical salesman from Long Beach, California
- Nate (33), electrical engineer from Chicago, Illinois
- Quincey (25), life coach from Miami, Florida
- Roby (33), magician from Los Angeles, California
- Ryan (36), investment director from Boston, Massachusetts
- Spencer (27), venture capitalist from Chicago, Illinois
- Termayne (28), crypto guy from Naperville, Illinois
- Tino (28), general contractor from Playa Del Rey, California
- Tyler (25), small business owner from Wildwood, New Jersey
- Zach (25), tech executive from Anaheim Hills, California
The Bachelorette season 19 trailer
To date, there has been no official trailer released for The Bachelorette season 19. However, once one becomes available we will be sure to update this information.
In the meantime, check out this promo that ABC released teasing the upcoming season.
How to watch The Bachelorette season 19
The Bachelorette season 19 is an ABC reality series, and the show airs live exclusively on the broadcast network. For those that have cut ties with traditional cable/satellite TV, you still have the opportunity to watch the series live using live TV streaming services like Fubo TV, Hulu with Live TV and YouTube TV. Additionally, episodes become available to stream the day after they air on Hulu.
Now to date, no official plans have been announced as to when the season may begin airing in the UK. However, that doesn’t have to stop fans from tuning in.
Would-be viewers in the UK may want to consider utilizing a virtual private network. A VPN is a tool that enables consumers from anywhere in the world to watch content from other countries by accessing servers from the country of origin. Essentially, a VPN routes network traffic through a specific set of servers in a specific country, allowing viewers to watch content on an encrypted feed over a computer.
ExpressVPN (opens in new tab) is one of the easiest and affordable ways to watch what you want from anywhere you want to watch it. Plus it'll help keep your network traffic away from any prying eyes on public networks.
And it's a great way to keep up with action from anywhere in the world.
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