'The Bachelorette' Season 15 Episode 5 Rescheduled On A Later Date To Give Way For 2019 NBA Finals
It has been already a month or less ever since The Bachelorette Season 15 premiered on ABC. And based on the recent events, it looks like things are getting more interesting for Hannah and the rest of the cast.
However, fans of the show might be surprised when the hit reality television series returns next week. As it happens, there will be no new episode of The Bachelorette Season 15 on Monday, June 10. And instead, the Monday schedule will air the 2019 NBA Finals.
This change of schedule surprised a lot of people, especially the fans of the reality television show. But ABC seems to be very positive about the upcoming finals of the NBA this year. Accordingly, Hannah's search for the perfect partner will continue the day after, June 11, Tuesday, at the same time slot.
The fifth episode will show the result of the battle between the two Lukes in the series. In addition to this event, the next installment will also proceed with the Week 4 Rose Ceremony.
As for the official synopsis of the upcoming episode, it has been revealed that Hannah will go on a one-on-one date with one of the guys who happens to be the "frontrunner" of the show. There are no direct indications who this person will be, but the description already tells it all.
If you would recall the first four episodes of the series, it seemingly appears that Hannah is into Luke P. However, this Luke is kind of a "wildcard" as he is not a fan favorite as of the moment. Many of the fans are sharing their sentiments over this aspect as to why Hannah seems to like him so much.
So while the next episode has been moved on a much later date, the fans will get to witness a very exciting episode next week on The Bachelorette Season 15.
As mentioned, the 2019 NBA Finals will air on Monday. But it will not cover the time slot of The Bachelorette Season 15 fully. From 8 up to 8:30 PM, the slot will be taken by Jimmy Kimmel Live's Game Night which will serve as a pre-game show for the NBA Finals.
And from 8:30 to 9 PM, the countdown to the finals will start which will be followed by the actual game afterward. The match will feature the fifth game between Golden State Warriors and Toronto Raptors. The fourth match will air on June 7.