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What time does 'The Bachelorette' start? Premiere date, cast, where to watch 'historic' Season 21

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Jenna Tran is bringing her "Jenn-ergy" to Season 21 of "The Bachelorette," premiering Monday night on ABC.

The 26-year-old "Bachelor" alumna, who is the first Asian American "Bachelor" lead in 22 years, is ready to find the one from a pool from 25 eligible bachelors.

"Jenn Tran is a sweet and compassionate woman who has dedicated her life to helping others," Tran's "Bachelorette" bio reads. "The bilingual Vietnamese beauty currently resides in Miami and is ready to find love with a man whoֱs as reliable and thoughtful as she is."

Here's what to know about Season 21 of "The Bachelorette," including contestants, trailer and how to watch it.

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Who is the new 'Bachelorette'? Why Tran feels 'a lot of pressure'

Tran, in an interview with USA TODAY, said she "experienced a lot of pressure" being the first Asian American bachelorette, adding that her inclusion is a "very historic moment, being the first in 21 seasons."

"It's a moment that a lot of people have been waiting for," Tran said. "And it means a lot because we're working towards change."

Tran, who is training to be a physician's assistant, also said that the role didn't come naturally to her, and she was afflicted by impostor syndrome.

ֱI just never saw myself as a main character before,ֱ Tran said in the interview. But, she now realizes, ֱThe perfect bachelorette is just who you are to your core and being yourself."

Jenn Tran was joined by tastemakers and press for a sleepover and brunch event in celebration of the upcoming premiere of ֱThe Bacheloretteֱ! Season 21 premieres Monday, July 8 at 8/7c on ABC.

When does 'The Bachelorette' come out? Season 21 premiere date, time

Season 21 of "The Bachelorette" will premiere with a 2-hour episode on Monday, July 8, at 8 p.m. ET, with new episodes dropping weekly every Monday.

ABC has not released the full schedule for Season 21, and it not yet clear how many episodes the season will have. "The Bachelorette" typically has nine to 13 episodes per season.

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How to watch 'The Bachelorette'

"The Bachelorette" will air live on ABC every Monday and will be available to stream on Hulu the next day.

Previous seasons of "The Bachelor" and "The Bachelorette" are currently available to stream on Hulu.

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Who is in the cast of 'The Bachelorette' Season 21?

Joey Graziadei and Jenn Tran talk on Season 28, Episode 6, of "The Bachelor," airing Feb. 19, 2024.

Here's a look at the 25 men who will be vying for Tran's affection on the reality series' latest season. See photos of the full cast here.

  • Aaron: 29, Aerospace engineer
  • Austin: 28, Sales executive
  • Brendan: 30, Real estate broker
  • Brett: 28, Health and safety manager
  • Brian: 33, Aesthetics consultant
  • Dakota: 27, Sommelier
  • Devin: 28, Freight company owner
  • Dylan: 24, Medical student
  • Grant: 30, Day trader
  • Hakeem: 29, Medical device salesman
  • Jahaan: 28, Startup founder
  • Jeremy: 29, Real estate investor
  • John: 25, Medical student
  • Jonathon: 27, Creative director
  • Kevin: 35, Financial analyst
  • Marcus: 31, Army Ranger veteran
  • Marvin: 28, Luxury event planner
  • Matt: 27, Insurance executive
  • Moze, 25, Algebra teacher
  • Ricky: 28, Pharmaceutical representative
  • Sam M.: 27, Contractor
  • Sam N.: 25, Entrepreneur
  • Spencer: 30, Pet portrait entrepreneur
  • Thomas N.: 31, Retirement advisor
  • Tomas A.: 27, Physiotherapist

Who will host 'The Bachelorette'?

Canadian-born TV personality and ex-football commentator Jesse Palmer will host the show.

Jenn Tran and Jesse Palmer are seen in "The Bachelorette" Season 21 premiere, airing July 8, 2024.

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