The Bachelor season 28 usually airs at 8 p.m. EDT, but tonight it will be on at a different time. The Bachelor season 28 stars Joey Graziadei, a 28-year-old tennis pro from Collegeville, Pennsylvania, on a search to find his potential wife. Joey began the season with 32 women, but has now narrowed down that group to three–Kelsey Anderson, Daisy Kent, and Rachel Nance. Joey has had his overnight Fantasy Suite dates with all three of them, and must now choose his final two women. In the end, he’ll decide if he wants to propose and possibly leave the season engaged.

Tonight’s episode of The Bachelor season 28 will finally reveal why Kelsey left Joey a note that said, “We need to talk.” Joey will most likely also choose his final two women during the episode. In addition, the highly-anticipated “The Women Tell All” will air, featuring what’s sure to be a fiery reunion between fan favorite Maria Georgas and her bullies, Sydney Gordon, Lea Cayanan, and Jess Edwards. However, fans will have to pay attention to their television schedules because The Bachelor airs at a different time tonight.

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What Time Will The Bachelor Air Tonight?

Tonight’s (Monday, March 18) episode of The Bachelor airs at 9 p.m. EDT until 11 p.m. EDT. This is an hour later than its usual time of 8 p.m. EDT. The two-hour episode will end an hour later instead of at 10 p.m. EDT.

Why Is The Bachelor On Later?

The Bachelor season 28 will air at 9 p.m. EDT in order to make room in the primetime schedule for a special presentation. At 8 p.m. EDT, ABC will air a program called An OprahSpecial: Shame, Blame and the Weight Loss Revolution. The one-hour show features Oprah Winfrey hosting a sit-down conversation with the country’s leading medical experts and everyday people about the impact of prescription weight-loss medications.

After Oprah’s special, The Bachelor will air at 9 p.m. EDT. This is the last episode before the three-hour Bachelor finale airs on Monday, March 25. That episode will feature Joey’s final choice, his possible engagement, and the “After the Final Rose” special. The “After the Final Rose” hour gives an update about the lead and his possible fiancée, along with the runner-up.

Bachelor Nation has also been eagerly awaiting the announcement about who will be the lead of The Golden Bachelorette and The Bachelorette. It’s possible that those women could be revealed during “The Women Tell All” or during the finale. Fans should pay attention to the schedule so that they don’t miss a minute of the exciting final two episodes of The Bachelor season 28.