What time does the "The Bachelorette" season finale start and how can you watch it live online? Andi Dorfman will make her final pick on Monday, July 28, 2014 and fans can watch the entire show, including the final rose ceremony, live streaming on their computer, tablet or smartphone.
The free ABC live stream option, available in many major cities, is the perfect solution for those who want to watch but won't be near a television on Monday night. According to ABC, live video is currently available in Chicago, Fresno, Houston, Los Angeles, New York City, Philadelphia, Raleigh-Durham and San Francisco.
Live streaming is available within those cities for those who have the following providers: AT&T U-verse, BEK TV, Charter, Comcast XFINITY, Cox, DISH, Google Fiber, Midcontinent, Optimum and Verizon FiOS. Click here on ABC.go.com to find out if coverage is available in your area. Download the free ABC live app for your smartphone or tablet here.
If you aren't able to watch live online and you have to DVR the show, Twitter will be hopping with commentary and updates about the show. Search for the hashtag #TheBachelorette #Bachelorette for tweets related to the show. If you miss the show and don't want to know how it ends, stay off Twitter and watch the entire final on Hulu on Tuesday.
After the season finale, the live "After the Final Rose" special will air. Andi Dorfman and her final pick (spoiler here) will talk with Chris Harrison front of a live studio audience. Undoubtedly, he will ask them about their future plans and how things have been going since taping wrapped up in April. In addition, the guy that Andi ditches is also expected to appear on "ATFR." It should be interesting to see how that goes and if the word "awkward" comes in to play.
Do you think Andi will pick Josh or Nick? Will it be the "most dramatic" season finale ever?