‘Big Brother’ live feeds turned on after June 28 episode: How to watch #BB20 online

Did you watch the season 20 premiere of “Big Brother” on June 27? That two-hour episode, as well as the ones coming up this Thursday and Sunday are pre-taped. The houseguests have been in the house for more than a week now. We’ll only see the first few days of fun and games on these installments. The real drama is often reserved for the live feeds.

These will get turned on right after the June 28 episode airs on the west coast. To check out these uncensored looks inside the #BB20 house, you will need to sign up for a CBS All Access subscription. You can try it out free for a week, after which it will cost $5.99 per month (to keep tabs on the houseguests for the entire season, you’ll need to stay subscribed for three months.)

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CBS promises “Big Brother fans” who subscribe that they’ll get “a raw, behind-the-scenes look at the action, alliances, betrayals and intimate conversations.” And these feeds will be available on your desktop, mobile phone and streaming media players. Besides being able to tune in to the live feeds 24 hours per day, seven days per week, you will also be able to catch up on any episode of “Big Brother” that you miss.

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What did you think of the premiere episode of “Big Brother” 20? Vote in our poll below as to your favorite of the 16 houseguests so far and then sound off in the comments section. 

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