We’re a week in to BBOTT and tonight will technically be the first episode for Big Brother Over The Top with this week’s live eviction, an issue that’s confused many viewers and left the “Full Episodes” video tab of the show empty for far too long. That finally ends tonight when Julie Chen arrives for the debut live show of the season.
Things kick off tonight at 7PM PT (10PM ET) with what could be a long night with the official BBOTT schedule showing up to three hours of events tonight, but I’d be surprised if CBS is really having Julie Chen stand on that stage for three hours at a time each week. Since this is still in our first round of events we’re learning the real schedule as we go but keep in mind that you must be subscribed to All Access to watch the show tonight.
With the entire series running on the Live Feeds you’ll need to be signed up (get the Free Trial now) and then you can either watch on your mobile device, computer, or even streamed to your TV so you can watch it like a regular episode of Big Brother on CBS TV. If you can handle Netflix streaming on your TV then you shouldn’t have any trouble getting All Access on there either.
First up is the weekly Wednesday night show starting at 7PM PT which is slated to run for an hour before the live eviction takes place at 8PM PT. After Tuesday’s Veto ceremony the nominations changed up to leave us with Cornbread, Danielle, and Kryssie on the Block. The latter of the three as this week’s renom after Jason saved himself. Now one of those three will become the first ever BBOTT evictee.
Things don’t look good for CB at this point due to a shift yesterday that took the target off of Kryssie thanks to efforts by Shane and Danielle. Shane appears to be shifting away from Monte and playing both sides of the game which could be fun for us to watch but he isn’t the only one trying to play all the sides.
The next Head of Household competition could draw the lines again as we’re still so early in the season that alliances may be quick to fall apart and follow the power to set a new course for BBOTT. Which side do you hope takes control next? The HoH comp will round out the night’s events.
Remember our BBOTT schedule is a little different with nominations on Saturday and Sunday night then Veto on Monday and the Veto Ceremony on Tuesday before the next Wednesday eviction. We get a bit of a lull after the HoH comp for nearly two days but once things move again it goes quickly.