Survivor was not the first reality show, but when its debut season finale played to more than fifty million people, it launched an arms race between networks to green light as many new shows in the blooming genre as possible. It was like the Wild Wild West at first.
If the Big Brother houseguests had the chance to do the last week over again, would they change anything? We're about to find out. As anticipated, the Big Brother "Rewind" twist went into play tonight. Not only did we find out exactly how the twist would work, but Julie also filled us in on what's coming up for the next couple of episodes.
Before we get to the latest happenings on the Big Brother live feeds, just a reminder that this week is the start of the new and whacky Big Brother episode schedule, that's been shifted around to make room for Thursday Night Football. That means there's an episode of Big Brother tonight at 8:00 p.m. and another one tomorrow (Wednesday) night, which takes the place of the Thursday live episode.
Thursday night's episode of Big Brother introduced a potentially game-changing twist. Have the houseguests pushed the magic button since then? Also, who won Head of Household? And what was the "big announcement" that's going to be revealed tonight? We also know who's on the block and who won the Veto. So there's a lot to update for those who don't want to wait to see it play out in the episodes!
Double eviction! These can be brutal in the Big Brother game, as the nominees have no time to try to save themselves. Then again, this season, we haven't seen many big turnarounds. Everything seems to be decided by the Veto Ceremony and there's little that can be done to change it. Still, tonight's second half was rough on one houseguest.
Who's probably going to get evicted this week? Live feed viewers should have a pretty good idea, and while I'd normally throw in some shred of hope or repeat the overly used "expect the unexpected" motto, it really seems like a done deal.
While there are still a few weeks left of Big Brother Season 16, this Thursday really makes the home stretch for the remaining episodes. The events that have transpired in the house this season have been mostly predictable, but the upcoming schedule is a lot less so. CBS has shifted a bunch of things around for the remaining episodes of Big Brother, adding a couple of Tuesday night episodes, and even one Friday episode.
Yesterday, I used some of the Big Brother live feed report to rant a bit about the predictability of this season and how frustrating it's getting watching players steer clear of big moves. There've been very few surprises. The events that followed that report had me wondering if I was going to be eating my words when I checked in today after the Veto Ceremony. Would someone make a big move? Find out after the spoiler warning!
It's getting to the point in the Big Brother season when things will either become a lot more predictable or a lot less. Unfortunately for this season, predictable seems to be the theme. If ever a Coup d'etat or a Pandora's Box were needed to shake things up in this house, it would be now.
We're at the point in the Big Brother season when the Power of Veto begins to become more important to the game than the Head of Household. He (or she) who wins the Veto can use it or not to have a pretty massive impact on who ends up going home, and just as importantly, who stays.
All good things must come to an end! That also applies to fizzling Big Brother twists. Spoiler alert: If you haven't seen tonight's Big Brother episode yet, read no further!
Are the cracks starting to show in the big alliance in the Big Brother house? I like to think so. We've already seen the Detonators (or whatever they're called these days) send one of their own packing. Will that be the case this week? Fans will have the answer to that question after tonight's episode of Big Brother,
Following an exciting live episode, that saw the exit of one of the more entertaining Big Brother houseguests this season, the events that have transpired on the feeds have been a bit less thrilling. Well, I suppose that depends on who you're rooting for at this point in the season. Live Feed spoilers ahead!
Last week's episode of Big Brother was my least favorite of the season. This week's was my absolute favorite. It just goes to show of drastically things can change from one week to the next in any given season of this unpredictable reality TV competition.
During tonight's episode of Big Brother, the four evicted houseguests -- three previously evicted and whoever is booted tonight -- will have the chance to compete to return to the house. CBS has given us a look at what the competition will look like, which gives us a bit to speculate on while we wait for tonight's episode. If you don't want to be spoiled on how the comeback competition will work, look no further!