CBS announced a new CBS All Access Exclusive season of Big Brother a little less than a year ago. While many of the fans who watched it did enjoy it, it doesn’t look like we’ll be getting a second season this year.
Big Brother Over The Top for those of you who didn’t watch it was a season of Big Brother that was exclusive only to CBS’ streaming service. Everything was shown on the live feeds, from ceremonies to competitions to Diary Room sessions. They did have recap episodes that you could watch, but they were much longer than your standard episodes of the normal Big Brother, hence why there was only one a week.
It’s day three of the new season and things are already heating up, with plenty of game talk being discussed as well as the first HOH of the fall being crowned today. We’ll have plenty of talks that involve deal making, as well as who the first targets should be. We’re already seeing some dissenting alliance members, which should make for some good feeds.
It’s the second day of the new fall season, which means that it’s also the day of the first HOH competition of the fall. While it won’t be today that the new HOH is crowned, the process is at least started and strategies as to how the houseguests want to go about it will be discussed. We’re also seeing more alliances testing the waters as it’s not just Cornbread, Monte, Scott, and Shane with the only alliance anymore.
Today’s the first HOH competition of the fall and it’ll also be the first competition of many that’ll be shown to all the live feeders watching at home.
The main selling point of this season is that all competitions will be shown on the live feeds as they happen, which means that today is the first day that we’re going to see what that’s like. While we have seems competitions on the live feeds before, those were typically endurance competitions and this is the first we’re going to see as of the not-so-extravagant competition sets.
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.