'The Bachelorette' 2017 Weekly Episode Dates, Travel Locations For Rachel Lindsay's Journey To Find Love

The Bachelorette star Rachel Lindsay’s season begins on May 22, but fans won’t find out if the final rose spoilers are correct until the finale airs in August. After Rachel meets all 31 contestants at the Bachelor mansion on night one, the 29-year-old Dallas attorney will begin dating and sending guys home during the weekly rose ceremonies, all while traveling to some of the most romantic places in the world. While you prepare the food and drinks for your first Bachelorette Season 13 viewing party of the season, here’s the low-down on Rachel’s season including the air dates of each episode, information on where she travels with her guys, and some scoop on what is pegged to be one of the most romantic season finales in the history of the show. Note: This post is spoiler-free. However, if you can’t wait to find out who Rachel Lindsay picked, the Inquisitr has some scoop about the outcome of the final rose ceremony here. The Bachelorette typically airs on Monday nights at 8 p.m. ET, but the season premiere will begin at 9 p.m. ET on May 22, following the one-hour Dancing with the Stars finals. Host Chris Harrison typically announces future programming changes at the end of each episode. If you miss an episode of the Bachelorette, you can watch it on ABC’s online site approximately 24-hours after the show airs on TV. Another option for online viewing is Hulu. If you have a subscription, most episodes of the popular reality dating series are added to the lineup the day. Keep in mind, you must catch up on the episodes you missed as soon as possible — the episodes don’t stay on the streaming service forever. BRING. IT. ON. #TheBachelorette pic.twitter.com/CXGgWbOEiO — The Bachelorette (@BacheloretteABC) May 21, 2017 Mark your calendars now. Here are the air dates for the upcoming episodes of The Bachelorette Season 13, including the Women Tell All and the After the Final Rose live special on ABC. Filming for Rachel’s season wrapped up on May 11. The final rose ceremony was reportedly filmed in Madrid, Spain and, according to the Bachelorette herself, the season finale is going to be one fans won’t want to miss. E! Online reports that during a press call earlier this week, Rachel Lindsay revealed that she is happily engaged. However, unless you take a peek at the spoiler link above, she’s keeping the identity of the guy under wraps until the finale airs in August. A beautiful journey so far… #TheBachelorette pic.twitter.com/8OWDpFkYmN — Mike Fleiss (@fleissmeister) May 9, 2017 Episode 1 (May 22): The Bachelorette season premiere begins at 9 p.m. ET on ABC. All 31 guys will greet Rachel at the Bachelor mansion. According to ABC, one lucky guy will get the first impression rose at the end of the cocktail party, making him safe from elimination for another week. However, some of the guys won’t be quite as lucky. Rachel will send eight guys home during the first rose ceremony of the season. Dudes… #TheBachelorette pic.twitter.com/Fh6mkL79gF — Mike Fleiss (@fleissmeister) March 17, 2017 The Bachelorette Episode 2 (May 29) and Episode 3 (June 5) were filmed in the Los Angeles area. According to Reality Steve, travel outside of California started with Episode 4 (June 12) and Episode 5 (June 19). Rachel and her remaining guys traveled to South Carolina for dates and more rose ceremony eliminations prior to heading overseas. Steve reveals that one of the first overseas stops is Denmark (Episode 6, June 26), and then she moves onto Norway and Switzerland for episodes 7 (July 3) and 8 (July 10), although it’s unclear at this point which country Rachel visits first. Episode 9 (July 17) will feature the hometown dates of Rachel’s final four guys. Spoilers indicate that after the hometowns, Rachel will eliminate one guy and then introduce the final three guys to her family in Dallas, Texas. According to a previous report by the Inquisitr, the Fantasy Suite dates (Episode 10, July 24) were filmed in Madrid, Spain. The cast and crew remained in Spain to film the finale, but first fans will see the annual drama-fest, The Bachelorette: Men Tell All special. The dates above may change if an NBA finals game falls on a Monday during Rachel’s season. Chris Harrison typically makes an announcement at the end of each episode and on his Twitter account (@ChrisBHarrison). Due to the possibility of a date change mid-season, the air date of the Men Tell All is still unknown, but pencil in July 31 for now. However, the season finale and the live After the Final Rose special is scheduled to air on August 7 at 8 p.m. ET., one day before the premiere of the upcoming season of Bachelor in Paradise. [Featured Image by Paul Hebert/ABC Television Network]

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