Is ‘The Bachelor’ on Tonight, March 1? What Time Is the ‘Women Tell All’?

Matt James’ season of The Bachelor is coming to a close. Now the women get to bear it all together during the Women Tell All, where Matt will come face to face with the women he sent home. So, is The Bachelor on tonight, March 1, 2021? And at what time does the Women Tell All start?

Is ‘The Bachelor’ on tonight, Monday, March 1, 2021?

Three of the women from Matt James' season of 'The Bachelor' sitting on 'The Bachelor: Women Tell All' premiering on March 1 at 8 p.m. EST
Three women sitting at ‘The Bachelor: Women Tell All’ | Craig Sjodin via Getty Images

Now that Matt has only three women left until he gives his final rose, is The Bachelor on tonight, March 1, 2021? It is — and it’s the Women Tell All special. Matt reunites with 15 of the women on his season whom he sent home or who chose to leave on their own accord.

“Fifteen women return to relive the romance and rehash the rivalries from their journeys to find love,” the promo reads, according to Us Weekly. “Some may seek forgiveness while others take a stand, but everyone will have the opportunity to speak their piece, including the Bachelor himself, Matt James.”

It looks like fans will get tears from the most polarizing contestant, Victoria Larson. And Matt will come face to face with Serena Pitt, a woman he seemed quite smitten with until she chose to walk away after hometown dates. Serena is asked if she regrets her decision — and fans are surely eager to hear what she has to say.

What time does the ‘Women Tell All’ start? How can you watch?

So, what time does the Women Tell All start? ABC will air the special episode at 8 p.m. EST. For those without cable, the network airs the new episode the following day, as does Hulu. Many will have access to the Women Tell All on March 2 for this reason. Additionally, fuboTV, Hulu + Live TV, and YouTube TV give fans the opportunity to watch.

As for The Bachelor finale, that’s reportedly airing on March 15, 2021, with the After the Final Rose ceremony happening immediately after.

It looks like Matt will have an ultra-difficult decision to make for his finale as well. Michelle Young utters, “I’m in love with Matt,” during the promo, and Bri Springs, who infamously quit her job to go on the show and take her chance at love, also seems to be falling hard. Of course, Rachael Kirkconnell is head over heels for Matt — and he admitted to falling for her as well. Has their connection remained strong? And will he propose to the final woman he chooses? We’ll have to wait and see.

Who is hosting the ‘Women Tell All’? Why is Chris Harrison off ‘The Bachelor’?

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So, who will be hosting ‘The Bachelor: Women Tell All‘? Because the event has been prerecorded, franchise face Chris Harrison is still at the helm. But that’s slated to change. Harrison made racist remarks while talking to past Bachelorette Rachel Lindsay, causing him to step down from the franchise. This means he won’t be hosting the After the Final Rose ceremony on March 15.

Instead, Emmanuel Acho, a former NFL player, is filling Harrison’s shoes. CNN reports Acho hosts a YouTube series, “Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man,” and is excited to step into the role.

“I’ve accepted the Rose & am honored to be hosting the @bachelorabc After the Final Rose this year,” he tweeted. “It’s been a pivotal season & this episode will be one of the most storied shows in its history. Empathy is needed and change is coming. See y’all then!”

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