'The Bachelorette,' Preempted by NBA Finals, Will Air on Tuesday

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We're going to have to wait a bit longer to see how the Luke vs. Luke drama plays out on The Bachelorette. 

Episode five of Hannah Brown's season has been preempted by the NBA finals and will not air on Monday. Instead, the episode will debut on ABC the following night, Tuesday, at 8 p.m. ET/PT. 

Last week's episode ended on a cliffhanger, with Hannah taking Luke S. and Luke P. aside to work out the drama as they both tried to warn the Bachelorette about each other. The guys' feud, started by Luke P. allegedly bodyslamming Luke S. during the rugby group date, intensified when Luke P. was confronted by the other guys. Mike got into a heated argument with him at the cocktail party, accusing him of being a "psychopath." 

Hannah previously told ET that most of her season's drama revolves around Luke P., and that he makes her cry the most of any contestant. She also confessed that she wasn't present for a lot of Luke P.'s seemingly problematic behavior, like when he's seen violently yelling in another man's face in the season's trailer. 

"I haven't seen that before. It's going to be interesting for me to watch some of the things that happen because I only know what happens in the interactions with the men and based off what they say to me and what I feel with them," she shared. "I don't know what happens anywhere else. So, to see some of the things in the teaser, I'm like, 'Oh... interesting.'"

"It was definitely intense," Hannah added. 

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