Everything you need to know about the Big Brother 23 live feeds on Paramount+. Find out how to subscribe to the BB23 live feeds and watch this season.
Big Brother 23 is off to a fantastic start, and the fans want to find out how to sign up for the BB23 live feeds on Paramount+ to get in on all of the action. The live feeds have always been a part of the Big Brother experience. The show is all about monitoring people 24/7 and live-streaming whatever happens to the general public. When the live feeds started on BB1, they were actually available for free to the fans. Since BB2, however, the live feeds came at a cost and were available via a pioneering streaming service called RealNetworks.
Starting with Big Brother 18, the live feeds moved to the official CBS streaming service, which was formerly known as CBS All Access. As such, in order to watch the feeds, the fans just had to subscribe to this streaming service like they would’ve done when subscribing to streamers like Netflix and Hulu. In 2021, CBS All Access went through a major overhaul and rebranded as Paramount+. This is a great streaming service for diehard Big Brother fans given that it offers live feeds for current seasons and also the entire back catalog of every single BB season.
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Fans can sign up for the Big Brother 23 live feeds on Paramount+, which is CBS’ official streaming service. This platform used to be called CBS All Access, but it became Paramount+ after it was rebranded in 2021. There are two price tiers for Paramount+: $4.99 (with ads) and $9.99 (without ads). Both of those Paramount+ price tiers will you give access to the BB23 live feeds. However, the $4.99 tier does not allow you to watch live TV on CBS. Thus, if you opt for the $4.99 plan, you will be able to watch live feeds, but you won’t be able to watch the BB23 episodes as they air on CBS. Alas, you can always watch the episodes the next day after they are made available in the Paramount+ catalog.
The Big Brother 23 live feeds consist of four cameras that capture two scenes at a time. Cameras 1 and 2 offer different points of view for one scene, while cameras 3 and 4 offer different points of view for another scene. There is also a fifth feed – the quad view – where fans can watch all four cameras at once. The quad view can be pretty chaotic for BB newbies, but many longtime feedsters have gotten used to watching and hearing all four cameras at once in order to keep up with everything that is going on in the house.
Last year, subscribing to the Big Brother 22: All-Stars live feeds wasn’t really worth it. This year, however, the BB23 live feeds are off to a great start. This is definitely the time to get in on the action and keep up with these houseguests.
Big Brother 23 airs Sundays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays at 8pm ET/PT on CBS.
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