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Bachelor Monday is back.
There are 32 women hoping to fall in love with Bachelor Joey Graziadei in the new season of the beloved dating show franchise, which premieres its 28th season on Monday, Jan. 22. As always, the new season will broadcast on ABC, but cable-cutters can stream the show live through a variety of live TV streamers such as DirecTV Stream, Sling TV, Fubo TV and Hulu + Live TV. Episodes will also become available to stream the following day with Hulu’s most basic, ad-supported plan.
Per ABC’s press release announcing the new star of “The Bachelor,” Graziadei is described as “looking for a life partner who is outgoing, caring, and shares his love for adventure and exploring the outdoors. He loves hiking, surfing and ending his days watching the sunset but knows he has much more love to give, and the only thing missing is someone with whom to share his life.”
Graziadei was the runner-up on “The Bachelorette” Season 20, starring leading lady Charity Lawson, whose season ended with an emotional send-off for Graziadei, who was proposing to Lawson as she told him that she ultimately chose another man as her fiancé. (For the finale recap, click here.)
Not only does this new season start off with more women than in any previous season, but it’s also the first time a set of sisters are competing. While this isn’t their first time dating the same man, it is the first time they’re dating the same guy at the same time. Plus, the teasers have been teasing an “unprecedented shocking first…”
Stream “The Bachelor” Season 28 below: