Sling TV helps you watch some of your summer favorites

Some of TV's most popular hits headed back this summer, This is more than a trend, and something that can benefit the entire family. For reality TV fans, viewers can catch all the drama of the 14th season premiere of The Bachelorette on Sling TV this Monday, May 28 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC for as little as $25 a month.

To access the premiere on ABC, customers in select markets can subscribe to Sling Orange ($20 per month) plus Broadcast Extra add-on ($5 a per month). Fans can also stream the first rose ceremony completely free using an OTA antenna. In addition to The Bachelorette, viewers can catch a variety of other highly anticipated premieres next week on Sling TV: May 27: The Fourth Estate (Showtime),1968: The Year That Changed America (CNN), Beach Hunters (HGTV) May 28: Six (History), Elizabeth Shoaf: The Girl in a Bunker (Lifetime), The Bachelorette (ABC), John McCain: For Whom the Bell Tolls (HBO), Man v. Food (Travel) May 29: America’s Got Talent (NBC), World of Dance (NBC), Animal Kingdom (TNT), Beat Shazam (Fox), Love Connection (Fox), Hunting ISIS (History) May 30: American Ninja Warrior (NBC), MasterChef (Fox), Man Fire Food (Cooking), Reverie (NBC), Black Ink Crew: Chicago (VH1) May 31: Flip or Flop (HGTV) June 1: C.B. Strike (Cinemax), Rachel Dratch's Late Night Snack (truTV) June 2: George Michael's Lonely Life (Reelz), Renovation Realities: Dale Jr. & Amy (DIY) For a full list of TV show premieres, channels and Sling TV services, check out our blog. For more information on channel availability, check out sling.com. Sling TV is the leading live streaming TV service and the only TV provider that gives you the power to customize your service with genre add-ons like sports, comedy, lifestyle, kids, news and movies, plus premiums like HBO, SHOWTIME, STARZ and Cinemax. Sling TV starts at $20 per month, and subscribers can add the Extras and premium channels they want, as well as Cloud DVR and choose from their favorite device to stream TV.