After plenty of speculation about just how the viewers would be able to affect the game, we finally have a breakdown of the things that we’ll be voting on.
It was promised that viewers would have more impact on the game than ever, with frequent online polls about how they’d like to affect the game and the fact that it’ll be the viewers at home who choose the winner of the season instead of the usual jury. It was teased that the viewers would affect nominations, evictions, and game-changing twists, now we know just what they meant.
The new Big Brother fall season has been started and we’re back to recap everything for you again. Per usual, these posts will recap all the important game talk that took place during each day of the season. Early alliances were bound to form as well as plenty of talk about just getting to know each other.
We’ve finally made it to the premiere night of the new Big Brother online-only season! The 65 day season is kicked off tonight during a live 2 and a half house premiere.
For the first time ever, the houseguests will be moving in live on the live feeds for everyone at home to watch their initial reactions and first day alliances be created. In every previous season, the houseguests were typically in the house for a week before the actual premiere episode, but not this season. There will be almost no blackouts and we’ll get to see everything!
It’s been teased that viewers will get to change the game unlike ever before by voting in polls, well now we have somewhat of an idea as to what we’d be voting on.
We found out that it would be the viewers deciding the winner instead of a jury like past seasons, but what we didn’t know is just how much we could be affecting what goes on in the house on a regular basis. Previously, America’s Vote was always something that seemed like an addition to the week instead of changing something as important as nominations and evictions, but this year might be different.
The reveal of the new houseguests earlier this morning also revealed one of the twists of the new season, not a twist that has never been done before, but a twist nonetheless.
Alex and Morgan Willett, are two sisters from Texas. Alex, he one with the baseball cap, is the oldest at 25. Morgan is 22. They’re the third set of sisters to be on Big Brother, with the first being on Big Brother 5 and the second being on Big Brother 17. However, unlike those first two, they’re not twins.