Big Brother is returning to CBS, for its 21st season this Tuesday. And you can watch the entire season on CBS All Access, which is priced at $5.99 per month. Making it the perfect option for those that have cut the cord, but still want to get their Big Brother fix in.
Over the years, Big Brother has become a staple reality show during the summer. The premise of the show is pretty simple. Get a group of strangers and lock them in a big house that's full of cameras, and let the fun ensue throughout the summer. There are challenges for Head Of Household or HOH, which will then put up two houseguests for elimination that week. There is also a competition for the Power of Veto so someone can be taken off of the block and saved from elimination. Before the houseguests vote to send someone home.
That pretty much happens all summer until we're down to the final three. Sometimes, Big Brother will throw in a wrench and do a double elimination in a particular episode. But it's a pretty simple show. It's pretty fun to watch, which is pretty evident by the fact that it is in its 21st season this year. The winner of Big Brother also gets a nice prize of $500,000 in cold hard cash.
Big Brother 21 is going to kick off on Tuesday, June 25 with a two-night premiere that will continue on Wednesday, June 26. After that, there will be three episodes a week on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays. Typically the eliminations will take place on Sunday. Big Brother also has after hour live feeds available on CBS' website, so you can see what's going on in the house all the time, even when there isn't an episode airing.
Of course, this is just some of what CBS All Access provides. You can watch Big Brother 21, as well as hundreds of other shows from CBS. This includes current and previous shows. So if there's a show that you want to watch, that is no longer airing, CBS All Access will likely have it. There are also some originals that are available on CBS All Access, which includes The Twilight Zone, The Good Fight and many others. So there's a ton of content available, and where this is just $5.99 per month, it's way cheaper than Netflix and the same price as Hulu.
CBS All Access does also offer an ads-free version that is priced at $9.99. This upgraded plan also allows you to download episodes to watch offline, which is really great for taking on a plane.
With CBS All Access, you can watch it virtually anywhere. It has apps on all of the popular platforms. That includes Android smartphones, Tablets and Android TV. As well as iOS, Apple TV, Roku, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and many others. Just about any platform you can think of, CBS All Access is there.
You can sign up for CBS All Access below. There is a seven day free trial, after that it'll be $5.99 per month.