Big Brother 20 arrives on CBS in June 2018 following the debut season of Celebrity Big Brother giving us quite an exciting year of BB fun. This summer season will mark the second installment of the double renewal from two years ago.
Big Brother 20 casting
The casting process is open for the 2018 season with online applications being accepted and open call events starting in March. Open call dates & locations here. No deadline yet, but the sooner the better so you don’t miss out.
Alright y’all! #BB20 casting officially starts MONDAY! Give us a few weeks to book open calls! I promise to post them! Remember, anyone can apply from anywhere in the country on line! https://t.co/VvxNKoXpxA #noregrets 🤗🗝💰
— Robyn Kass (@Kassting) February 16, 2018
If you’re ready to submit an application now then get your video ready and head over to the official casting page to get it going. The same basic requirements return this year with 21 years of age, U.S. citizen, and more.
Big Brother 20 Live Feeds:
All Access will again be the home for our Live Feeds this season with the streaming video expected to launch just after the season premiere. We’ll again be back watching 4 cameras complete with rewind features direct from inside the BB20 house.
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I would also expect Pop TV to again be carrying Big Brother After Dark so you can get your fill of extra BB20 even without the Feeds in case that’s not an option for you.
Big Brother 20 Schedule:
While CBS has yet to set a date for the new season we’re expecting a similar repeat of a late June 2018 arrival and mid September 2018 finale. That should give us our typical 90+ day season for the HGs and roughly three months of fun for us with three nights a week of episodes.