In the season 23 premiere of ‘Big Brother,’ all the 16 HouseGuests filed into the Big Brother house, four at a time, only to encounter their first team challenge this season, also known as the kick-off challenge. Every winner of this activity would be granted numerous advantages, now and even in the future, that could change the course of the show. If you haven’t watched the episode yet, you could update yourself through the recap. Others who are curious about episode 2 can check out all the details about the upcoming episode here!
Big Brother Season 23 Episode 2 Release Date
‘Big Brother’ season 23 episode 2 will release on July 11, 2021, at 8 pm ET, on CBS. With the exception of the first episode, the rest of them will run for approximately 60 minutes each. Starting this week, the show will drop new episodes every Sunday, Wednesday, and Thursday.
Where to Watch Big Brother Season 23 Episode 2?
To watch the second episode of ‘Big Brother’ season 23, tune in to CBS at the aforementioned date and time. You can additionally stream it on the official website of CBS and the CBS app. Cord-cutters can also opt for other platforms such as Paramount+, YouTube TV, Fubo TV, DirecTV, and Google Play. Viewers in Canada can catch the upcoming episode on Global TV. If you’re subscribed to VOD platforms, you have the option of either buying or renting the episodes on Apple TV, Amazon Prime Video, Vudu, and iTunes.
Big Brother Season 23 Episode 2 Spoilers
In the next episode of ‘Big Brother’ season 23, we’re expecting a surprise because of the thrill and unpredictability that reflects this season’s “Big Risks and Big Rewards” theme. All the sixteen HouseGuests might compete in the new weekly activity that could earn them individual rewards. Moreover, Frenchie is the HoH for now, and we’re curious about his abilities as the caretaker and leader of the house.
Big Brother Season 23 Episode 1 Recap
In the first episode of season 23, all 16 HouseGuests showed up in the ‘Big Brother’ house four at a time. But instead of settling down and familiarizing themselves with their new life, the contestants were forced to tackle their first challenge comprising four contestants each. It was revealed that the winners would get a free pass to compete for Head of Household later in the show, and also the power to change the rules of the game.
The four winners of the kick-offs include farmer Frenchie, make-up artist Whitney, contractor assistant Christian, and artificial intelligence engineer Claire. They were then asked to choose three players each, who would be assisting them in all their tasks for the next four weeks. After that, the formation of the teams will be open to change. The captains then engaged in a fun selection process involving a slot machine that revealed fun facts about two different HouseGuests at one go. The captains were allowed to draft one of them in their team.
The final teams are called The Jokers (Azah, Britini, Derek F. and captain Frenchie); The Aces (Brent, Derek X., Hannah, and captain Whitney); The Kings (Alyssa, Xavier, Sarah Beth, and captain Christian); and The Queens (Kyland, Tiffany, Travis, and captain Claire). The Jokers nailed the season’s first Head of Household competition, earning the entire team immunity for a week. Captain Frenchie further declined to take up the summer’s first “Big Risks and Big Rewards” task that could’ve provided two weeks of immunity on winning. Lastly, Julie talked about the Wild Card competition, a new weekly activity that would allow the HouseGuests to earn lucrative rewards.
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