“Bachelor In Paradise,” finale part 2, will air tonight on ABC
“Bachelor In Paradise,” season 8 is almost ending, and its finale, part 2, will be aired on ABC tonight, while part 1 premiered yesterday. The eighth season started with episode 1 on September 27, 2022, and Jesse Palmer served as the host of this elimination-based American TV reality show.
I know this is a TV show but I truly believe these two are deeply in love and will last forever #BachelorInParadise pic.twitter.com/hK3GhbbwkA— claytons giant blue coat (@BachYouLater) November 22, 2022
The eighth season, finale Part 1(episode 15) of”Bachelor In Paradise,” showed the remaining couples having troublesome discussions about their future. Some would probably quit and head home, while others would choose to take their connections to a higher level and make a beeline for Fantasy Suites. Part 2 of the finale will give watchers the merchandise. We’ll not just see commitment (and possibly a wedding?!). Yet, there may be a Paradise Reunion where our beloved contenders from the season will rejoin and work things out in front of the audience. Sounds tumultuous! So, we can hardly pause!
When will the finale episodes be Premiered, and What is the length of the episodes?
The Eighth season’s finale, part 1, episode 15, aired on ABC on Monday, November 21, from 8 p.m to 10 p.m ET, while episode 16(finale Part 2) will air on November 22, Tuesday night, from 8p.m to 10 p.m on ABC. Both the episodes are of regular length, i.e., two hours.
The representative of”Bachelor In Paradise” affirmed that the Paradise Reunion (episode 15) was necessary for the two-hour episode on Tuesday, not an extra episode like the viewers can see some of the time with “After The Final Rose” specials. So if you were enjoying live streaming, you would be finished with the eighth season’s drama on Tuesday by 10:00 p.m.
Live Streaming Options
People with cable connections can watch the finale episodes live on ABC and live episodes on ABC.com or the ABC app using their cable user id and password. You can record the live episodes to watch later if you have a DVR, including your cable package.
How to watch the finale episode online?
You don’t need to worry if you don’t have a cable connection. There are ample online paid live-streaming options. You can watch the eighth season finales of “Bachelor In Paradise” on FUBO TV, Hulu + Live Tv, YouTube TV, and AT & T TV Now, all that comes with ABC.
Another option is Hulu, where you can watch the episodes the next day after they premiered. That means episode 16, which will air on Tuesday night, can watch it on Wednesday on Hulu, which charges $7.99 monthly as the least expensive plan and $14.99 every month for ad-free streaming.
Disney+, ESPN+, and Hulu + Live TV are some online options, with packages starting at $ 69.99 monthly and $ 75.99 per month for ad-free broadcasting.
“Bachelor In Paradise,” eighth season, episode 14 recap
In episode 14 of the eighth season, we could see a notorious Bachelor Nation alum go to the beach; viewers observed a few intense discussions go down, saw the main yearly Paradise Sadie Hawkins Dance, and substantially more. Indeed, Paradise’s most awful couple (Genevieve and Aaron) got into another ludicrous battle and three individuals out of the blue self-disposed before the episode’s end.
Gabby Windey and Rachel Recchia, previous Bacheloreyye leads, visited Heaven to offer the young ladies a little guidance and give the folks (particularly exes Logan, Johnny, and Tyler) a slight panic. Rachel spilled the tea and uncovered she doesn’t think anybody has the right to track down adoration more than Tyler, who’s so prepared for engagement.
Thomas Jacobs and Becca Kufrin slipped the paradise steps close to console contenders that the Paradise interaction can work. For the individuals who don’t have the foggiest idea, in the wake of getting engaged (and afterward unloaded by) Arie Luyendyk Jr. on The Bachelor Season 22.
Kufrin turned into the lead of The Bachelorette in Season 14 and got committed to Garrett Yrigoyen. The two split up in 2020. However, Kufrin joined Season 7 of the “Bachelor In Paradise,” met Thomas (Season 17), and participated in May 2022 when Kufrin asked about getting hitched. The couple returned to Paradise to conduct the yearly Paradise Sadie Hawkins Dance and to pay tribute to their romantic tale.
Who Got Eliminated In episode 14?
Three (very nearly four!) individuals self-wiped out in Episode 14 and generally passed on one after the other. Jessenia left Paradise after standing up to Andrew and hearing he never moved past his relationship with Teddi. After the troublesome discussions with Ency and Jessenia, Andrew additionally left Paradise. In the wake of asking Andrew to remain and watching him go, Ency headed home also.