The Bachelor: When is the Women Tell All episode and how can I watch?

SEASON 25 of The Bachelor is creeping closer towards the finish line with a handful of women left for Matt James to spend time with.

Bachelor Nation is hoping they will get to see their fan-favorite Women Tell All episode before the season finishes.

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When is the Women Tell All episode?

ABC has yet to reveal the air date for the two-hour Women's Tell All episode of The Bachelor.

Each season of The Bachelor usually has 12 episodes with The Women Tell All being the 10th. Following this pattern, the predicted air date would be sometime in late February or early March.

As fans saw with Clare Crawley's explosives season, a change of schedule or even rumored names of finalists is always subject to change for The Bachelor franchise.

Spoiler king Reality Steve also says there will also be an After the Final Rose episode for Matt James' season, although one did not air for Tayshia Adams' last Bachelorette season.

Fans are speculating the new Bachelorette will be introduced during the episode, which is taping "soon."

How can I watch the Women Tell All episode?

You can watch The Bachelor's Women's Tell All episode on ABC.

Reports are predicting the self-eliminated Sarah Trott to feature, who some say may have had a boyfriend while filming.

Undoubtedly, season villain Victoria Larson and Anna Redman could make it to the reunion to fight their fights one last time.

Reality Steve assumes the women participating "will be flown in to quarantine a week before filming. Then, most likely only a number of women will be participating."

What did Matt James say about the Women Tell All episode?

Matt James spoke to Entertainment Tonight to reveal his expectations were low when it came to "Queen" Victoria Larson taking accountability for her "bullying" contestant Brittany Galvin on the show.

“[I’m expecting] the very worst, you know?" he said.

"I would hope that, at this point, watching it back, you kind of have a better grasp of your actions and maybe accountability for some of the name-calling and whatnot, but the bar is very low, unfortunately."

After Victoria was sent home in a rose ceremony, she said she will never again date anyone named Matt.

His response to that was, “It’s unfortunate, a lot of Matts are gonna miss out on a Queen, and… that’s something they’re gonna have to take on the chin.”

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