The newest season of Big Brother (season 21) is almost here. And if you subscribe to CBS All Access, you can watch the entire season, including some exclusive content. Including being introduced to the new house guests on the Big Brother feed through CBS All Access on June 17.
Big Brother 21 will officially kick off on June 25. Less than two weeks from today. There will be a one-hour premiere event on June 25. Followed by the second day of the two-day premiere on June 26. The live feeds will then open up after the episode ends on the west coast at 9PM PT. Then Sunday's episode will air on June 30, where it is very likely that someone will be evicted from the house.
This year, Big Brother will be airing three nights a week, on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday. With Sunday being the day where the majority of the evictions will happen.
Season 21 will be hosted by Julie Chen once again. Who has been in a bit of hot water in the past year, after her husband, Les Moonves (the former head of CBS) had to resign after sexual misconduct allegations. But Chen is still heading up Big Brother, though she did leave her seat at The Talk, the daily talk show that CBS has - and is basically their attempt at ABC's The View.
Big Brother is one of the most popular reality TV shows on TV today, so it's no surprise to see it back for a 21st season. If for some reason, you have not seen the show before, it's encompasses about 20 house guests (depending on the season length). Those houseguests are locked inside the Big Brother house for the summer, until they get evicted. Typically, one person would be evicted every week. But sometimes Big Brother throws us a curveball and will evict two or more in a single week.
There are different events that happen during the week to determine the Head of Household, who then chooses which two houseguests to put up for eviction. Those two, and some of the other houseguests then get to compete in the Power of Veto competition, to veto themselves or someone that is up for eviction. Afterwards, the houseguests will get to vote on who is going home. It's a very simple premise, but still very interesting.
You can watch the entire season 21 of Big Brother on CBS All Access, which is just $5 per month. Considering how many episodes you'll be watching in a single month, that is a pretty big deal. You do get a free week of CBS All Access, and there are tons of other CBS shows available on All Access for you to watch. Including The Big Bang Theory, The Neighborhood and many more. It's a pretty good investment if you are a fan of a lot of CBS' shows.
Signing up for CBS All Access is pretty easy, and you can sign up using the link below. It's $4.99 per month for commercials and $11.99 per month for no commercials.