I was a little surprised to discover that “The Bachorette” was not on the streaming service, as expected, and didn’t appear on Hulu’s list of the top 30 shows on Netflix, the world’s most popular video-on-demand service.
The show had been in the top five on the service for almost two months.
The show was the first to break through the top 10 on the app in the weeks after its premiere in March, when it ranked first on the platform, and it was among the top 20 shows on Hulu for months.
But the episode I was watching was not available on the Hulu app until this morning, after I’d downloaded it from a third-party app.
I was also surprised to see the show was not part of the “Best of 2017” collection, which is streamed daily on Hulu Plus.
I was hoping to see a new episode in the upcoming week, which will include episodes from this season’s season finale and the finale of the first season of “Bachelor in Paradise.”
I was hoping “The Bachelor” would be part of this list, as the series is the longest-running reality show on the list.
But I didn: I didn, however, see the premiere of the series, which aired March 1 on Fox and aired in its entirety the following night.
“The Bachelette” is now a two-hour show, so it should have been available for streaming after the premiere.
I’d expected it to be a more traditional “show” or a spinoff of “The Voice.”
I’ll be watching more “The” series and, hopefully, a new season, since it’s still a lot of fun to watch, even though it’s over a year old.
The Bitchin’ Bachelorettes: The Most Anticipated Series of 2017 is streaming on Hulu.