In the latest episode of Big Brother 25, Blue Kim and America Lopez were sent home in a surprising double eviction, leaving the house with five remaining contestants and adding an unexpected twist to the season.
The Unforeseen Double Eviction
In this week’s episode of Big Brother 25, things felt familiar as Jag won the HoH and Veto competitions, targeting his friend Blue. However, a twist came when the house had a surprise double eviction. At the end of the hour, seven houseguests became five, with the finale just two weeks away. Blue Kim, who had been playing a quiet game until she got involved in a mission to remove another showmance from the house, found herself in trouble.
A Game of Trust
She ignored warnings about Jag and Matt coming after her, thinking they were going after someone else. Unfortunately, her trust in her friends backfired, and she ended up on the eviction block and was sent home. America Lopez, a passionate Big Brother fan, had formed a strong alliance with Cory but was also evicted during the double eviction, leaving the house with just five players remaining.
Big Brother’s Entertainment Legacy
Big Brother is a TV show from the Netherlands that started in 1999 and became popular all around the world. In the show, people called “housemates” or “House guests” live in a special house away from the outside world. The name comes from a book called “Nineteen Eighty-Four” by George Orwell, where “Big Brother” watches everyone.
The Evolution of Big Brother
In Big Brother, cameras and microphones watch and listen to the housemates all the time. Every week, the housemates get voted out, and the last person left wins a prize. There have been more than 500 seasons of Big Brother in many countries, and it’s often called “BB” in English-speaking versions. In Spanish-speaking countries, it’s often called “Gran Hermano.”
Big Brother’s New Schedule
The TV show “Big Brother” usually had episodes on three nights each week: Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday. But, because of football season and a new schedule on CBS, it changed. Now, in Big Brother 25, the show is on TV on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 8 p.m. Eastern Time, and on Sundays at 10:30 p.m.
A Longer Season
The season goes on until November, which makes it the longest season in Big Brother history. So, if you enjoy the show, you have new times to watch it, and it lasts for a longer time this season.
Where to Watch Big Brother
Big Brother season 25 can be watched on CBS.com and also on the Paramount+ streaming platform. On CBS, you can see it live. If you don’t have cable, you can subscribe to Paramount+ or watch through DirectTVStream and FuboTV. To get Paramount+, you’ll need to buy a plan that includes Showtime, and it costs $119.99 for a year or $11.99 per month, with a free trial for a week. DirectTV offers a five-day free trial and a special intro price of $89.99 per month for the first three months, then it goes up to $99.99.
FuboTV has a Pro Plan for $74.99 per month, with a week-long free trial. Big Brother season 25 is setting records and promises more excitement with a big cast, surprising twists, and involvement from the Big Brother community. Viewers are eager to see what’s next as the season unfolds. You can catch it on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 8 p.m. EST and on Sundays at 10 p.m. EST until November 9.
FAQs About Big Brother 25
1. Who was evicted on the latest episode of Big Brother 25?
– Blue Kim and America Lopez were evicted in the most recent episode.
2. Were there any surprise evictions on Big Brother 25?
– Yes, it was a double eviction night, and both Blue Kim and America Lopez left the house.
3. How many housemates are left in Big Brother 25 after the latest eviction?
– With the recent evictions, there are five housemates left in Big Brother 25.
4. When did the double eviction take place on Big Brother 25?
– The double eviction occurred on Thursday, October 26, in the latest episode.
5. Who won the Head of Household (HoH) competition on the night of the double eviction?
– Jag won both the HoH and Veto competitions on the double eviction night of Big Brother 25.