CBS renewed Big Brother for an additional two seasons, another double season pick-up, and that means we’ll not only get BB19 but also BB20 the following year as part of CBS’s summer lineup through at least 2018. Let’s hope it keeps going for even more.
Ready for the premiere of BBOTT on Wednesday night at 10PM ET (7PM PT)? With the new series going online-only you’ll need to be ready and know how to watch Big Brother Over The Top when its season airs exclusively online through CBS’s All Access video subscription service.
This new version of Big Brother will have a lot of the same looks and feels of a regular TV-based season but with Over The Top we’ll instead be watching every moment on All Access. Here’s how you can watch along too.
Here is your Big Brother Over The Top cast of Houseguests for the 2016 season of CBS’s new All Access only with 12 new HGs and 1 more returning player who has yet to be decided. These all new faces to the Big Brother game are heading in to the game this week!
These twelve new Houseguests on the BBOTT cast will soon be joined by a 13th member of the game when either Jason Roy or Jozea Flores wins the open vote for one of them to return, but let’s be real and go ahead with the expectation that Jason is the one coming back. The bigger question is how far these newbies will let a Vet go after the way things went on Big Brother 18! Read on to meet the names and faces of our fall season.
The Big Brother 18 cast quickly shed the game and moved on to celebrating in the days after the finale while the gang was still together in Los Angeles. Luckily the excellent photographer Philip Alan was on hand to capture the night along with some of the photos shared by the outgoing season’s Houseguests.
The big event was Thursday night in Los Angeles at Clifton’s and there were a lot of the latest season’s Houseguests along with past BBUS HGs and even some of the BBCAN HGs as well. Check out some of the HGs’ own pics plus a few of Philip Alan’s work and then see his full gallery on Facebook.
The Big Brother 18 Jury definitely surprised a lot of viewers with their decision to give the win to Nicole Franzel over Paul Abrahamian this week during the season finale and it certainly left me scratching my head. So what happened and how did they make that choice?
With the Big Brother 18 cast and its Jurors now out in the wild answers are starting to arrive. TV Guide caught up with each of the nine voters and asked what was going through their minds and what guided their votes.
“Your boy” Paul Abrahamian may have made it to the Big Brother 18 Final 2 before getting burned by the Jury but he “never cared.” Now the Big Brother runner-up is on his way to The Bold & The Beautiful but he isn’t going there without his fellow Sitting Duck, this season’s Favorite Houseguest, Victor Arroyo. And don’t miss Da’Vonne Rogers as she joins the duo as well for the event.
Each recent season of Big Brother has seen a few of its more popular characters given the opportunity to shine again on the small screen with a trip over to B&B, a fellow CBS program, and this year the lucky few appear to be Paul and Victor.