Earlier this week, the media day version of the “Big Brother 14” game arrived online for those who have a SuperPass subscription — and now, 24 minutes of entertainment are now available for everyone to watch.
In the video below (which comes to us via “The Insider“), you can see a handful of journalists attempting to promote the show by actually taking part in the game, complete with a Head of Household Challenge, nominees, and even a Power of Veto. The only thing that makes it even more hilarious is that producers managed to wrangle Brendon Villegas and Rachel Reilly to come into the show for the fun of it all. Did Rachel do very well? Not exactly, since the target was on her back from the very beginning as the reigning champ and most of the journalists already knew each other. The positive for her is that she handles losing much better when she doesn’t have anything to gain out of it.
For those looking for some more specific dates from the rest of the preseason, here’s what you need to know — more details (including the cast) are expected to be unveiled on Thursday — meanwhile, Julie Chen and the ladies of “The Talk” will be chatting about the show hours before it premieres on the CBS daytime show. (Let’s hope they actually go into the house again so that we can see if they try to evict the Chenbot again.) The feeds will start following the first episode, and by that time the contestants will have gotten the opportunity to know each other for at least a few days.
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