How To Watch 'The Bachelor' Finale That People Are Calling 'Unspoilable'

Peter Weber's season of The Bachelor will conclude early this week with a special two-night finale event, parts of which will air live. While spoilers for the season run rampant, unlike past seasons, there's no clear explanation on what, exactly, happens in Weber's final days.

Monday's episode will pick up with two women left: Hannah Ann Sluss and Madison Prewett. While Sluss' relationship with Weber seems solid, it may begin to crumble from the stress of being in the final two. Prewett's relationship with Weber is in an odd place, as he admitted to being intimate with the other woman just after she told him she may not be able to accept a proposal if he chose to go that route.

Teasers for the two-night finale show a handful of dramatic moments, and tears from all sides. It seems Weber will be given some unfortunate news the day of his planned proposal. The details of the news are still unknown.

Monday night will likely show both women meeting Weber's family. For Prewett, this is the second time she'll interact with the Webers, as she met them during her first one-on-one date of the season.

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Peter Weber stands at a proposal location on 'The Bachelor' finale. John Fleenor/ABC

The season has been teased as different from all others, and even as "unspoilable." Host Chris Harrison formerly claimed even Weber doesn't know how this season ends, and it's still playing out in real-time. This seems to mean the Bachelor crew will follow Weber and one, or both, of the women outside of normal filming.

Fans seem to be expecting a similar format to Arie Luyendyk and Becca Kufrin's season end. Viewers may remember Luyendyk brought the Bachelor camera crew to film his breakup with Kufrin before the series showed him trying to win Lauren Burnham back. On the After The Finale Rose segment of Luyendyk's finale, he proposed to Burnham. A formula similar to this has been anticipated in Weber's case, as his season is teased to be unregulated.

There's also the dramatic clip of Weber's mother, Barbara, telling him to "bring her home to us." Who she's talking about is unknown, but fans are likely to know more by the start of Tuesday's episode.

The Bachelor final will air both Monday and Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET. If Weber is engaged will likely be revealed Tuesday, while Monday's episode is expected to set the scene for whatever after-season production was necessary to tell Weber's full journey to find, or lose, love.