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Big Brother is a unique show because of how often it airs. It also gives the opportunity to watch reality stars almost 24/7.

This gives an opportunity for them to better understand the relationships in the house. How do you watch the live feeds? Here are the two options and what you might miss from not watching them.

Fans can check in on the Big Brother cast when the show isn’t airing

Sam Smith on ‘Big Brother’ | Monty Brinton/CBS via Getty Images

Big Brother airs on Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday nights. Fans can still see what is going on in the house through the live feeds.

This does mean that there will be spoilers for the show’s upcoming episodes. But it also gives more insight into how the players are making their moves. There are times when the live feeds may be delayed, blacked out or edited.

A lot of the controversy that revolves around the show is typically found through the live feeds. Big Brother 21 live feeds have led to fans to call for one of the cast members to be removed from the show.

“Jack Matthews has said numerous racist things and has been very aggressive towards the only black woman in the Big Brother house, including saying he wants to ‘stomp a mud hole through her chest.’ He needs to be expelled for Kemi’s safety and to show that it’s not okay to be racist in 2019, especially on tv,” reads a petition calling for his removal. His comments haven’t been shown on the show.

Big Brother 20 had its own controversy. Fans were calling for JC Mounduix to be removed because Tyler Crispen was seen telling him he wanted to sleep alone one night. Mounduix was later seen touching and kissing Crispen’s arm as he was sleeping, according to TV Guide.

Mounduix also tied the bathroom door open when Haleigh Broucher was using it. She called for production to help her and the live feeds were temporarily down to resolve the situation.

These situations weren’t really covered on the TV show. Where can fans find the live feeds if they want to see more of what’s going on in the house?

You can watch through CBS All Access

Fans can check in on the Big Brother house through CBS All Access. The subscription is currently $5.99 per month after a free trial with limited commercials. If you want to skip the commercials you can pay $9.99 per month.

The subscription service doesn’t just offer the live feeds for the show. You will get all CBS shows On Demand and access to the original shows on the platform. That includes The Twilight ZoneStar Trek: DiscoveryThe Good FightTell Me A StoryOne DollarStrange Angel and No Activity.

There is also Big Brother After Dark on the Pop Network

If you already have Pop Network with your cable subscription, then you’re in luck. The channel offers Big Brother After Dark from Wednesdays to Sundays starting at 12 a.m. to 3 a.m.

It’s a much more limited time than the live feeds, but it’s still a peek into the lives of the cast members.