'The Bachelorette' 2019 Finale: When Does It Air & How Long Will It Be?
The journey is about to end.
The 2019 season of The Bachelorette is officially coming to a close which means we'll finally get to see who Hannah Brown picks to be her future husband. Will it be Tyler C., Jed, or Peter? Or maybe she'll walk away from Season 15 empty-handed...
We'll find out all of that and more on The Bachelorette finale — read on for everything you need to know about the two-night special.
When and what time is The Bachelorette finale?
Tune in on Monday, July 29 and Tuesday, July 30 to watch Hannah make her final choice. Both two-hour episodes start at 8/7c and will include live, in-studio segments.
Can I stream The Bachelorette finale online?
Fans who log in with their credentials from their cable service provider can watch Hannah give out her final rose on ABC.com. You can also watch it on Hulu, although you'll have to wait at least 24 hours before the episode is available.
Who is left on The Bachelorette?
There are three final men fighting for Hannah's heart: Tyler C., Jed, and Peter. In a preview for the finale episode, Hannah admits she's "confused, concerned, and conflicted" after her family meets one of the finalists.
"I want somebody that will love you like I know you should be loved," her mom says through tears.
Why did Luke P. leave The Bachelorette?
Because he was asked to! Hannah sent Luke home during his overnight date after he made inappropriate comments about her sleeping with other men on the show.
"If you told me you're having sex or you had sex with one or multiple of these guys, I'd be wanting to go home," he said, kicking off the most cringeworthy conversation in Bachelorette history. Needless to say, Hannah wasn't pleased with what Luke had to say.
"You're like, 'If you've had sex, then I'm going home.' It's like, 'Well, I want somebody who can get along with people, who doesn't have pride issues.' There's so many things that I don't want out of a husband that you've shown. Oh my gosh. That's a big f**k you. That's what that is," Hannah responded shortly before sending Luke home.
But he didn't leave for long. Luke returned to the show the very next episode during a rose ceremony begging Hannah to give him a chance to explain himself.
To say the beauty queen was unhappy to see Luke is an understatement. “F**k! Leave! I’m so tired. You’re so narcissistic. It’s my this, my that. This is not about your heart," she told him. "I’m sorry that your heart is broken, but you’ve already broken my heart like 15 times through all of this by me trying to make this work.”
After many, many more attempts to get him to exit the show, he finally took the hint and left.
The Bachelorette, Monday and Tuesday, July 29 and 30, 8/7c, ABC