‘The Bachelor’ Season 24, Episode 5: How To Watch Online, What To Expect


The Bachelor has a dramatic post-Super Bowl episode planned. Here’s how to watch The Bachelor Season 24, Episode 5 live, on TV and online.

The Bachelor is serving up not one but two episodes in the week after the Super Bowl. After all, what’s best after the Big Game than some big drama between Peter Weber’s remaining girlfriends?

The ABC series is airing on both Monday and Wednesday this week. Maybe that’s because Wednesday is also when The Masked Singer premieres in its regular time slot, or maybe there’s just so much fighting the network needed two episodes to get it all out.

Monday’s episode moves from Cleveland to Costa Rica, which is a huge change! But what hasn’t changed is the show emphasizing its cast of attractive women. They’ll participate in a modeling shoot for Cosmopolitan magazine.

Oh, and someone cries again, and somebody else drops a “bombshell,” but that couldn’t be more awkward than the Chase Rice thing last week. We hope.

Check out the sneak peek that ABC has released for Week 5, though be aware that it covers both of the two episodes and not just tonight’s installment:

What to watch for

This The Bachelor episode is going to explain Peter Weber’s well-known scar, for anyone who’s been wondering. It could be a fun bit of backstory for fans who don’t already know it. And with so much focus on the ladies, learning a bit more about Peter is welcome.

There’s a lot of sneaking around this week, too, with three different women trying to get Peter off alone. There’s always a bit of gamesmanship (gameswomanship?) on this show, but this seems like a particularly sneaky episode. Will that work out or backfire in someone’s face?

Check out the official description of this episode from the network:

The remaining women follow Peter to Costa Rica and are stunned when they see the scar on his forehead. Peter shares the crazy story of his character-building wound. As the Bachelor and one beauty fly in a helicopter over the picturesque landscape, another volatile woman spends the day alone crying her eyes out. That same woman is part of the group shooting an extraordinary Cosmopolitan swimsuit fashion spread at La Fortuna Waterfall.

The winner, selected for her modeling prowess, makes the other bachelorettes explode with envy as she and Peter strike a pose together for the March layout! The distraught, tearful bachelorette ends up the target of accusations and confrontations with another woman who exposes her frailties to Peter, claiming she only has his best interests at heart.

One controversial woman tries to defuse her situation by sneaking over to Peter’s suite before the next rose ceremony. What will she say to Peter and will he believe her? Peter is confident in his decisions this week, abandoning the cocktail party, but that doesn’t stop two of the bachelorettes from pushing the panic button and asking to talk to him before the roses are handed out. Before one frustrated woman leaves, she drops a bombshell warning, making Peter wonder if his worst nightmare is coming true.

How to watch The Bachelor online

Don’t miss the first night of this two-night spectacular. Here’s how to watch The Bachelor online and live this Monday:

Air Date: Feb. 3, 2020
Time: 8:00 p.m. ET/PT
Channel: ABC
Episode Title: “Episode 2405”
Live Streams: You can watch online at the ABC website or via the ABC app. If you have Hulu with live television, you can watch it there as well.

The episode will become available on regular Hulu and ABC on Demand the day after it airs.

Want more related news?

Here are some potential spoilers for Monday’s episode if you don’t want to wait. TV Shows Ace can also tell you what made Peter Weber’s mom cry, which is definitely not cool. Stay tuned for the latest news and updates from the whole of ABC’s reality dating franchise!

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