Here comes the first live competition for Big Brother Over The Top and this is a big one with the season’s first Head of Household winner set to be crowned ahead of this week’s nominations. So who will pull off the win and how will this all go down? I have no idea, but I’m ready to watch it all play out as it happens on the Feeds!
Yes, this competition is entirely live and will be featured on the Live Feeds as it happens plus you’ll have the chance to rewind and watch it again later if you missed when it happened. Things kick off here at 4PM ET (1PM PT) so settle in with us for the live spoilers and results or if you’re joining us later that’s your target time for Flashback.
Well if you didn’t like the idea of viewers voting to pick the winner of Big Brother Over The Top then you’re probably not going to like the latest news from CBS on the audience interference, I mean, interaction for this new series. Things are about to get crazy. Read on for the details.
New details have been revealed today that show viewers with an All Access subscription (get the Free Trial now) can participate in the voting for nominations, evictions, Have-Nots, and yes, even the return of the Care Package for BBOTT this season. There’s about to be a LOT of fan voting.
Big Brother Over the Top is up and running at full speed after its season and series premiere last night on the Feeds. While we usually see an HoH comp in the debut episode of the season this time around things are running a little differently, but get ready because it’s about to catch up.
Since the several hour move-in event was live there was no immediate chance to get the new BBOTT cast out in the backyard and transitioned over to competing for the HoH. Now with a night’s rest behind them (well for most at least), the HGs are about to face their first BBOTT comp of the season and you can watch it all live on your Feeds.
The Big Brother Over the Top premiere was too long, completely unstructured and chaotic. And I loved EVERY minute of it.
Did I mention it was long? I mean, technically it’s still going as I’m writing this (at 1:10 AM EST and as you’re reading this now, whatever time it is where you are). Isn’t that amazing? It never stops.
Seriously, though, I can’t say stress this enough: this was the most I’ve ever been entertained by a Big Brother USA premiere. It might be the most I’ve been entertained by Big Brother in the past four seasons or so. If you don’t have All Access and aren’t watching, get it now, it’s worth it.
Spoilers revealed at the end of the lengthy move-in whether it was Jason Roy or Jozea Flores who had won the viewer vote to win a second chance at the game. So who earned the spot? Read on for the BBOTT results.
It was a crazy first night in the Big Brother Over the Top house and not the kind of crazy we’ll probably be getting in no, time, but actually literally crazy. It was chaotic and loud and all over the place. It was nearly impossible to keep track of conversations and what was going on. In other words, it was pretty awesome.
The major events of the debut were the HGs moving in so we’ve marked all those off below for any of them you want to go back and watch. Then once that was over the HGs settled in and the flood of conversations and personalities arrived.
Note: CBS’s website is malfunctioning this morning. Use BB Viewer for desktop viewing and the CBS App for mobile viewing of the Feeds. Feeds are still working fine, but just not on the CBS webpage.
Big Brother OTT Live Feed Highlights – Thursday, September 28, 2016: