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How to watch The Bachelor, Week 4 (1/25/21): New bachelorettes and life after Sarah and | TV channel, time, live streaming

Syracuse.com logo Syracuse.com 1/24/2021 Ben Axelson, syracuse.com

What TV channel is “The Bachelor” Week 4 on? Where is it available to live stream?

Week 4 of “The Bachelor” airs Monday, January 25 (1/25/2021), and it’s anybody’s contest again after Sarah Trott’s dramatic departure from the series in episode 3.

Sarah occupied a lot of bachelor Matt James’ attention in episode 3, and he seemed happy to give it to her even as she repeatedly spurned the other competitors and interrupted their time with Matt. But after a hostile confrontation with Victoria and the rest of the bachelorettes, Sarah decided to end her time at the house and return home to be with her ailing father.

Katie, who had possibly the best reason to loathe Sarah among all the women in the house, instead showed up to offer a shoulder to cry on as Sarah revealed her plans to leave.

If the preview for this week is any indication, the bitterness simmering in the house following Sarah’s departure is about to get a whole lot worse as the synopsis for week 4 teases a face off between Katie and Victoria that gets physical, and the arrival of new bachelorettes to disrupt the season. Check out the preview.

What time does “The Bachelor” Week 4 air?

Episode 4 airs from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. ET on Monday, January 25, 2021 (1/25/2021).

What TV channel does “The Bachelor” Week 4 air on?

As always, The Bachelor will air on local ABC channels. In the Syracuse, NY, area, on WSYR-TV, Channel 9.

Channel finder: Verizon Fios, AT&T U-verse, Comcast Xfinity, Spectrum/Charter, Optimum/Altice, DIRECTV and Dish.

Where can I live stream “The Bachelor” online?

You can watch the full episode, live, on ABC.com/watch-live or via the ABC apps with a cable provider login. The app is available on Amazon Fire, Apple and Android devices, Apple TV, Chromecast, Roku, Xbox and more. The show will also be available on the following live TV streaming services:

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*Note: WSYR-TV is not available on Sling in Central NY.

*Note: WSYR-TV is not available on Sling in Central NY.

Who are the bachelorettes in season 25?

In week three, these bachelorettes received roses during dates:

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In weeks two and three, these bachelorettes received roses:

In weeks two and three, these bachelorettes received roses:

Abigail Heringer, 25. Salem, Oregon - Client Financial Manager","type":"text

Bri Springs, 24. San Antonio, Texas - Communications Manager","type":"text

Chelsea Vaughn, 29. Marietta, Georgia - Runway Model","type":"text

Jessenia Cruz, 27. El Paso, Texas - Social Media Marketer","type":"text

Kaili Anderson, 26. Chicago, Illinois - Hostess","type":"text

Khaylah Epps, 28. Durham, North Carolina - Healthcare Advocate","type":"text

Katie Thurston, 29. Lynnwood, Washington - Bank Marketing Manager","type":"text

Kit Keenan, 21. New York City, New York - Fashion Entrepreneur","type":"text

Lauren Maddox, 29. Miami, Florida - Corporate Attorney","type":"text

Mariela “Mari” Pepin, 24. Severn, Maryland - Marketing Director","type":"text

Mearg “Magi” Tareke, 32. Washington, D.C. - Pharmacist","type":"text

Meredith “MJ” Snyder, 23. Hudson, Ohio - Hairstylist","type":"text

Pieper James, 23. Happy Valley, Oregon - Graduate Student","type":"text

Rachael Kirkconnell, 24. Cumming, Georgia - Graphic Designer","type":"text

Sarah Trott, 24. San Diego, California - Broadcast Journalist (later left the house)","type":"text

Serena Chew, 24. San Bruno, California - Flight Attendant","type":"text

Serena Pitt, 22. Markham, Ontario - Publicist","type":"text

Victoria Larson, 27. Los Angeles, California - Entrepreneur","type":"text

The bachelorettes who went home in Week 3 were:

The bachelorettes who went home in Week 3 were:

Illeana Pennetto, 25. South Salem, New York - Health Food Developer","type":"text

Kristin Hopkins, 27. Virginia Beach, Virginia - Attorney","type":"text

Marylynn Sienna, 28. Huntington Beach, California - Event Coordinator","type":"text

Sydney Johnson, 28. Franklin, Tennessee - Marketing Specialist","type":"text

The bachelorettes who said goodbye in Week 1 were:

The bachelorettes who said goodbye in Week 1 were:

Amber Andrews, 30. Rialto, California - Nursing Student","type":"text

Carolyn Vallejo, 30. Newburyport, Massachusetts - Journalist","type":"text

Casandra Suarez, 25. Lodi, California - Social Worker","type":"text

Corrinne Jones, 22. Pomfret, Connecticut - Marketing Manager","type":"text

Emani Curl, 25. Albuquerque, New Mexico - Realtor","type":"text

Kimberly Courneya, 28. Lake Tapps, Washington - Airline Recruiter","type":"text

Saneh Ste. Claire, 25. St. Augustine, Florida - IT Consultant","type":"text

How can I catch up on previous episodes of The Bachelor?

How can I catch up on previous episodes of The Bachelor?

Earlier episodes of Season 25 of “The Bachelor” are available on Hulu.

Past seasons of “The Bachelor” are available on a number of different streaming services. Hulu currently offers the complete seasons 17 and 18. HBO Max is currently offering seasons 20, 21 and 23 of the series.

You can also buy seasons 13-24 of the series on Amazon Prime Video, but they are not free with the service.

What is fuboTV?

FuboTV is a sports-focused, over-the-top internet live TV streaming service that offers more than 100 live streaming channels, like NFL Network, NBA TV, PAC 12 Networks and news, entertainment and local channels beyond that. It also offers DVR storage space, and is designed for people who want to cut the cord, but still don’t want to miss out on their favorite sporting events.

It also has its own fubo Sports Network, featuring original programming and select exclusive live sports events.

FuboTV is accessible on Amazon Fire, Apple, Android, Chromecast, Roku and Apple TV.

How much does fuboTV cost?

The service is available in several pricing structures. The cheapest option is the family package at $64.99 and includes 120 channels, 250 hours of DVR space and can be used on three screens at once.

The fubo Elite package is $79.99 per month, and offers more than 170 channels, including Showtime channels, extra sports channels and extra news and entertainment channels.

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