The premiere of Big Brother: Over the Top takes place tonight on CBS All Access - so how exactly can you watch it?
The first-ever online version of Big Brother is set to begin Wednesday night at 10 p.m. ET / 7 p.m. PT. This is when 12 new houseguests (and one returnee) will enter the Big Brother house for the first time, and fans will get to see it all play out live.
To watch the premiere, you'll need to sign up for CBS All Access, which you can try for free if you haven't signed up already. From there, CBS All Access is just $5.99 per month. From there, just go to the Big Brother: Over the Top live feeds page at 10 p.m. ET and you're good to go!
Tonight's premiere won't be like your typical Big Brother premiere. Big Brother: Over the Top executive producers Allison Grodner and Rich Meehan spoke with The Hollywood Reporter recently about what exactly fans can expect from Wednesday's premiere.
"This all will roll out live! They'll be moving on Wednesday night live!" Grodner said. "This will be how the show will be. You will see it all!"
This is a change from the usual Big Brother season, where the houseguests move in before the live feeds turn on. By the sound of it, we will be able to see the entire move-in live from minute one.
"There's a schedule that's out there for the viewers to understand when there are moments, votes and competitions. We will go by that schedule," Grodner explained. "This is all so that the action is constant. For the first time ever, we're going to have curfews for people to be awake! Waking hours! Instead of logging on to see a lot of people sleeping like in the summer. The live feed is the primary focus. The recaps are just part of how you can watch and get involved, but it's not the primary method of delivering the show."
Here's the full schedule of events for each week:
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