The final days of the BB15 preseason are upon us and while that means the show will soon begin it also means the price to watch uncensored, online access from in-house cameras is about to go up. Check out our Big Brother Live Feeds FAQ for more info.
Ending on June 25th, the day before the premiere, the Live Feeds’ Early Bird preseason discount price nets you a 20% savings off the regular season cost. Starting next Wednesday the price goes up for the exact same season-long access.
If you sign-up now you’ll get full coverage from start to finish of Big Brother 15 with a one-time payment of $23.99. There is no more recurring billing and no need to call to cancel in September now that CBS is handling the Feeds subscriptions directly. Yes, that means SuperPass is no longer providing access to the Live Feeds this year.
You’ll also get mobile access at no extra cost so you can watch where ever you go. Your iPhone, iPads, Android tablets & phones, and more will work and requires no app. Just point your mobile browser to the Feeds’ site and go. We won’t tell your boss!
Starting on BB15 premiere day, Wednesday, June 26th, you’ll be able to sign up for the full season for $27 or get month-to-month access for $10/month. That’s a lot cheaper than recent years with SuperPass, but it’s still more than you’d have to pay if you went ahead and signed up right now for the Early Bird pricing. Plus, you’ll directly support this site and our efforts by using our links and banners to sign-up so thank you for your help!
As part of the BB Live Feeds you’ll get 24/7 access to content directly from CBS along with in-house, uncensored camera views, members-only chat rooms, video highlights, archives in a “Flashback” feature, and weekly chats and interviews with Big Brother 11 & 13’s Jeff Schroeder. This is the only way to watch an unbiased and un-spun version of what’s really going on in the game. A must-have for true fans and curious viewers.
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Hello, Big Brother fans! This is Big Brother Season 12’s Matt Hoffman with my pre-season assessment of the brand new Season 15 houseguests. All I know of these misfits is from Big Brother Network’s and Jeff Schroeder’s cast-release interview videos, so (as per usual) I probably am not 100% clear on what I’m talking about. Despite that, it’s always a thrill to be able to pass judgments on strangers, so thank you to Big Brother Network for the opportunity!
Spencer Clawson – Watch his interview & Read his bio
In between picking bug larvae and food remnants out of his face-pubes, Spencer is a railroad conductor. Spencer is one of two gingers wearing red shirts during their interview, which is really distracting for the viewer. I smell a pasty-skinned ginger conspiracy. But Spencer does seem to be a true fan, so I’ll give him some points there.
Nick Uhas – Watch his interview & Read his bio
Nick may be my least favorite contestant this season, based on my limited knowledge. His personality and demeanor are inherently grating. He calls himself a “professional stunt roller blader,” which probably just means that he’s been featured on YouTube racking his junk on a rail during a failed attempt to grind down a staircase.
My biggest gripe is that Nick seems rehearsed and eccentric when he talks. He also dresses rather nicely and says that he is “mega excited to see the cute little fly honeys” in the house. I’m thinking that Nick may be gay. Or that he will be sometime before Week 6.
Jessie Kowalski – Watch her interview & Read her bio
Much of this interview was watching Jeff and Jessie stare and giggle as their struggling brains fought for a coherent thought. Thus, we don’t learn very much about Jessie other than that she “used to be in sales” and is “currently unemployed.” Since that seems to be a solid benchmark for most Big Brother contestants, she may fare well this season.
The Big Brother 15 cast is here in all its glory and we’re thrilled to be able to share with you our one-on-one interviews videos along with bios and photos.
This season there are 16 all-new houseguests, which we exclusively revealed back in May, and that includes one “familiar face” as host Julie Chen hinted during our tour of the new Big Brother house. See if you can pick out who will be familiar to BB fans.
We’re incredibly excited about this season especially with all new players for the game. It’s something we’ve been waiting seasons to have again and we can’t wait to see where it takes us.
Meet The Big Brother 15 Houseguests – Compilation Video:
Here are all the details you’ll need on your new favorite HGs for Big Brother 15! Dig in to each Houseguest for more details and excerpts from our interviews with them.
Big Brother 15 Cast – Houseguest Bios:
Following Tuesday’s release of Julie Chen’s tour, there are even more photos now to enjoy of the new Big Brother 15 house featuring the mid-century modern feel of a place that could make even Don Draper crack.
I’m digging the new design. CBS has described it as a more mature approach after last year’s “Tokyo Pop” which was fun, but this looks a bit classier. Of course I’m sure some of this season’s HGs will be ready to fix that problem before too long.
Couple of things worth noting, we still haven’t see the Have-Not room and if you check the dining table there are not sixteen place settings. Could that be accidental or will a HG be immediately evicted again on the first night like we saw last year?
So while we wait for the release of the Big Brother 15 HGs later today at 12PM PT (3PM ET) check out the pictures below and get ready for what you’ll be seeing all summer!
What do you think of the new BB15 design? Is it an improvement over the last? Share your thoughts on which room is the best.
The absence of nomination chairs for Big Brother 15 as hinted by Julie Chen during her BB15 house tour has been explained. This season there will be three weekly nominees, not two per the usual routine, facing potential elimination, raising the stakes even higher for eviction nights now scheduled for Wednesdays at 8PM ET/PT on CBS.
While CBS is holding back on most of the specifics we’d like to hear, they do confirm the nominations will be made by the HGs and not be viewers as some fan has suggested as a possible twist this season. Viewers will be voting and impacting the game every week, but those votes will be going to naming the ‘Big Brother MVP’ and not the nominees for eviction that week.
How these two season 15 twists impact Big Brother when combined is yet to be known, but I’m actually feeling pretty good about these three nominations. Putting more HGs in the hot seat can only add to the drama and that’s always a welcome addition for us.
Share your thoughts on this new twist. Will it help the game or are you hoping for a quick return to the usual dueling nominations?
Update: Actually I guess we don’t know if the HoH will nominate all three nominees or if the MVP role will play in to that. As such I’ll reword the title to cover more possibilities.
CBS has just announced one of the “Big Brother 15″ twists for this season with even more details. Earlier this week we heard Julie Chen tell viewers America would have more influence than ever on the game. Now we know what that influence will be.
Starting June 20th, the audience will cast weekly votes online for the HG they think is playing the best game that week. The winner of the public vote will become the “Big Brother MVP” of the week and receive a special power which has yet to be defined.
With the voting starting tomorrow (Thursday) that means you’ll have to base your first round of voting on just the preseason interviews and initial impressions of who deserves your support. Our Big Brother 15 cast interviews will help you do just that.
Once the season gets rolling you’ll be able to vote based on gameplay and that’s where the “no floater summer” twist comes in to play.
“The Big Brother MVP will force the houseguests to rethink their strategies. With America rewarding good game play, it doesn’t pay to be a floater this summer,” said Allison Grodner and Rich Meehan, Executive Producers of BIG BROTHER.
What do you think of production’s plan? It’s hard to say without knowing what the MVP position earns the HG and it’s also impossible to say viewers will vote for the best game play. We’ll be able to vote based on whatever criteria we want, but that’s okay.
I already know who I’ll be voting to support ahead of the Big Brother 15 premiere next week on June 26th and soon you’ll be able to as well. Get ready!