Episode 26 of ‘Big Brother’ season 23 opened halfway into the Head of Household (HoH) competition, as the contestants competed to become the Head of House. As usual, there was more plotting and scheming as each of the HouseGuests tried to gain the upper hand. However, the result took an unexpected turn. For more updates, you can go through the recap. Now, here is all the information you will need before ‘Big Brother’ season 23 episode 27 hits the screens!
Big Brother Season 23 Episode 27 Release Date
‘Big Brother’ season 23 episode 27 will release on September 8, 2021, at 8 pm ET on CBS. The current iteration of the show has 37 episodes in total. New episodes usually arrive on the network every Sunday, Wednesday, and Thursday. The runtime of each episode of the show is approximately 50-60 minutes.
Where to Watch Big Brother Season 23 Episode 27 Online?
You can watch ‘Big Brother’ season 23 episode 27, as and when it airs, on CBS at the aforementioned date and time. If you miss the television screening, you can stream it later on CBS’ official website and the CBS app. In addition, you can watch the episode on Paramount+, YouTube TV, Fubo TV, DirecTV, and Pluto TV. If none of these options are viable, you can buy or rent the episodes on Apple TV, Amazon Prime Video, Vudu, Google Play, Microsoft Store, and iTunes. Fans of the show in Canada have the option to watch ‘Big Brother’ season 23 on Global TV.
Big Brother Season 23 Episode 27 Spoilers
In the upcoming episode, the Veto competition will decide the final names on the block. Xavier has planned to give his best shot, so we will see what he might do next. In case he wins, he might put Alyssa off the block instead of himself. However, if he stands against Claire, Tiffany will be forced to choose between her one true ally, Claire, and a member of the Cookout, Xavier.
Big Brother Season 23 Episode 26 Recap
The twenty-sixth episode picked up from the ending of episode 25. It continued from the second Alyssa fell off the swing around 18 minutes into the endurance Head of Household competition. The Cookout members, along with Tiffany, planned to vote against Claire, but deep down, Tiffany wanted to target Alyssa. Kyland, Tiffany, and Azah were the last ones competing for the title of HoH. After Azah dropped out, The Cookout expected Tiffany to let go according to what they had planned earlier, but when she didn’t, they were puzzled. Tiffany wins the task and becomes the HoH once again, that is, two times in a row.
Azah and Xavier regretted their decision to back down for the sake of the big picture. But Tiffany explained that Xavier would have to go on the block. Otherwise, Alyssa would be expecting him to use the Veto on her. Tiffany realized that the Cookout was under a lot of pressure as opposed to what was visible on the surface. She advised Claire to stick to Azah and Hannah while telling Alyssa that she was going on the block this week along with Xavier. Ultimately, Tiffany gave Alyssa a chance to pitch her plan and hear her out, and Xavier revealed his next big plan.
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