Premiere Week has arrived for Big Brother 23 as the all-new cast of 16 Houseguests are ready to move in, the Feeds are warming up for a premiere night launch, and we’re ready to roll on our next summer adventure.
Starting Wednesday, July 7th at 8/7c the Big Brother 23 season launches with Julie Chen outside the BB House as she takes us inside for that “but first” tour. The debut episode will run for 90 minutes, leading into the Love Island premiere next, and then we’ll be hanging around for that anxiously anticipated launch of the Live Feeds around 9:30PM PT (12:30AM ET).
This is going to be a LIVE premiere episode, just like last year. That’s an exciting change because typically the HGs had been in playing the game for 5+ days before we saw their prerecorded arrivals and that left us in the lurch over what had been going on all that time in between then and the Feeds launch. So get excited because this is a nice treat and hopefully becomes the standard for Big Brother season debuts.
No two-part premiere here this year either. Wednesday night’s premiere will be a stand-alone and then unlike the rest of the season, there’s no Thursday episode this week. Gotta get these HGs time to get to the game and then we’ll see them back on CBS this Sunday night (8PM ET/PT). Going forward from there it’ll be Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays at 8PM ET/PT for one-hour episodes the rest of the season (adjustments are always possible down the road).
Wednesday’s premiere episode will be our lead-in for the Big Brother Feeds this season which are now hosted on Paramount+, the rebranded All Access streaming service from recent years. Once the west coast episode ends (9:30PM PT / 12:30AM ET) on Wednesday night the Feeds go live so be ready to watch! Grab your Free Trial now so you can start watching on Paramount Plus as soon as the cameras kick on that night and you’ll help support the site here when you use our links. Thank you!