Thursday Night Football is back to interrupt the live eviction episode once again, only this time it’s affecting more markets across the United States that it has any other episode this season. The odds are if you’re virtually anywhere on the west coast, east coast, or down south, you’ll be affected by the delays or channel changes. You can find a full list of all the changes below.
We were able to avoid preseason football interrupting any broadcasts for the Sunday and Monday shows, but sadly it’ll be interrupting tonight’s eviction show in several cities.
Preseason football continues to be a menace to the Big Brother fans who just want to watch our favorite show of the summer, but luckily everyone except an unlucky few in five different major markets this will week will be fine and can watch tonight’s broadcast on the normal channel at the normal time. You can find a list of all the changes for tonight’s episode below.
Even though it’s the first double eviction of the summer and it almost always leads to fallout afterwards, we’re not going to get to see any of it until late Friday night.
The live feeds will be going down a couple hours before the live double eviction show begins and won’t be returning until midnight EST, after the special Friday episode airs on the west coast. We still don’t know what that Friday episode is for, but we do know that a special guest will be involved, according to what Executive Producer Alison Grodner told BBN.
Tomorrow’s eviction will arguably be one of the most important and consequential of the summer, but that doesn’t mean it’s immune from being interrupted by preseason football.
Unlike last Thursday, the double eviction episode will only be interrupted in a few markets, with it being delayed in only two and being moved to a new channel in the other. Virtually everyone else in the country should have no problem watching the double eviction episode during it’s normal broadcast on the usual CBS channel.
Now that preseason football in in full sway, it’ll continue to interrupt virtually every single Big Brother broadcast in one market or another, today’s episode being no different.
Thursday episodes will remain the most heavily affected by preseason football, with Sunday and Wednesday episodes not being affected as bad. This week there will only be four markets affected, though they’re fairly large markets in California, Nevada, and Arizona.