If you're a member of Bachelor Nation, you probably aren't dealing with waiting for Rachel's season of The Bachelorette too well. So to occupy your time before Rachel's season starts, you may be interested in watching these movies on Netflix that Bachelor fans will love. As you have until May 22 before the next iteration of The Bachelor airs, these movies streaming on Netflix will keep you plenty occupied during the month-long wait before your favorite reality dating show comes back to TV.
While pretty much all of the films featured on this list are rom-coms, fans of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette have diverse tastes. Yet, if you're anxious for the romance and drama that The Bachelor provides, then romantic comedies — where the stakes are super high and super romantic — are the way to go. And thankfully, Netflix understands that and provides plenty of movies that will help you get through the next month before Rachel absolutely crushes being the Bachelorette.
During Rachel's season of The Bachelorette so much will inevitably happen and these movies will adequately prepare you for her time in the spotlight. So get Netflix up and watch these movies that will have you laughing, crying, and loving love as you wait for the next season of The Bachelorette.
This Jennifer Aniston movie sadly makes the case that your career will be better if you're married, which is clearly something that participants on The Bachelor believe.
2'How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days'
The whole premise of The Bachelor is How to Win a Guy in 10 Days, but you'll still be smitten with this Matthew McConaughey and Kate Hudson movie.
3'The Wedding Planner'
In another McConaughey flick, Jennifer Lopez proves wedding planning is not easy despite what The Bachelor makes you think.
Although finding love on The Bachelor is certainly not serendipitous since it's pretty planned out, that doesn't mean fans of the show won't love this romance movie about fate.
5'While You Were Sleeping'
It's almost as if Sandra Bullock is the Bachelorette in this movie since she dates two brothers. It's like Ben with Emily and Haley.
6'5 To 7'
Although being on The Bachelor is not exactly like being in an open relationship as 5 to 7 depicts, this Anton Yelchin (RIP) movie shows it's not easy to share the person you love.
7'Kate & Leopold'
Sometimes you just need romance that's not of this time and Kate and Leopold delivers that.
8'I Give It a Year'
The skeptical title of this film is the sentiment that most of the world thinks at the end of a Bachelor season, so it's only right to watch this movie about the struggles of a quick marriage.
9'Bridget Jones' Diary'
I'm fairly certain that Bridget would watch The Bachelor and be incredibly emotionally invested.
10'Midnight In Paris'
If you wish you could go on exotic dates like on The Bachelor, Woody Allen's Midnight in Paris will have you traveling both in location and time.
Tess McGill is the kind of girl that Corinne from Nick's season of The Bachelor could appreciate — and so should you. Especially when Melanie Griffith's Tess McGill says, "I have a head for business and a bod for sin. Is there anything wrong with that?"
12'Gentlemen Prefer Blondes'
Neil Lane definitely thinks "Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend" and Marilyn Monroe performing her iconic musical number will have you believing the same.
Although The Bachelor and The Bachelorette follow the traditional gender roles of having the man propose to the woman, maybe one day a woman will propose to a man on the reality series.
Rachel's season will be here before you know it. But the wait will be easier with these 13 movies on Netflix.