Big Brother 15 is shaping up to be an intense season for this crop of houseguests. Julie Chen promised viewers a crazy summer, and that's exactly what CBS is delivering. We've seen some epic showmances, huge betrayals, and even some not-so-nice behavior. Each Thursday night, the houseguests come together to vote out one of their own during a live eviction episode, with a new Head of Household chosen at the end of the episode. Sunday night is the nomination ceremony and on Wednesday, the houseguests compete in a Power of Veto competition, which secures the potential evictees.

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September 18, 2013

The time is finally here! Tonight is the Season 15 finale of Big Brother! We'll see the epic showdown between GinaMarie, Andy, and Spencer as the final HOH competition unfolds and we go from three contestants to the Final 2. Rumor has it that the first two parts of the HOH competition went to GinaMarie and Andy, so they will be battling it out in the final segment to determine who secures a spot in the grand finale. That person will then get to pick who they want to take to the end with them.

Julie teased today on her talk show The Talk that Dr. Will Kirby would be making an epic return to the show to help guide a bitter jury and help them come to a conclusion as to who should receive the $500K. Either way, it's going to be an epic showdown between three floaters and someone is going to win big. We're so excited to see what's going to happen!

Tonight’s episode airs at 9:30 p.m. ET on CBS. Check back in later to see who won

September 12, 2013

What a whirlwind of a week. Yes, tonight’s episode is also live! Things are really heating up on Big Brother, with the live finale less than a week away. Last night, we watched Judd exit the house for a second time and witnessed the final HOH competition of the summer. It came down to a 3-way tie between Andy, GinaMarie, and McCrae, and in a nail-biting tie breaker, Andy squeaked out a win. It’s almost certain that Andy will target McCrae, but he’ll also have to put up one of his alliance members.

And if McCrae wins the POV again this week, one of The Exterminators will be heading home — again! That’s all we know so far since the live feeds have been shut down, so tune in tonight at 9 p.m. ET to see who gets nominated, wins the Veto, and heads home. It’s going to be one crazy night of Big Brother!

Tonight’s episode airs at 9 p.m. ET on CBS. Check back in later to see who got sent home

September 11, 2013

Even though tonight is just Wednesday, fans are in store for a live eviction! As the show ramps up for its September 18 finale, things are getting crazy and the schedule is shifting. With Spencer as HOH this week, the goal is simply to get McCrae out of the house, as he is the last obstacle standing between The Exterminators and the Final 4. Spencer’s primary nominees were McCrae and GinaMarie, so it’s up to his fellow houseguests to win the veto tonight and keep his nominations the same.

We’ve already discovered that McCrae actually won the POV, which was hosted by Season 14 winner Ian. That means bad news for The Exterminators, as one of them is certain to leave the house tonight since McCrae obviously used the Veto on himself. Spencer was forced to place Judd on the block (leaving us stunned at Andy’s superpower of maintaining safety even though he’s the sneakiest floater to ever play the game). Spencer seems determined to avoid a tie, which would force him to send one of his friends packing, so tune in tonight to see if his fellow houseguests oblige his cowardice.

Tonight’s episode airs at 8 p.m. ET on CBS. Check back in later to see who got sent home

September 5, 2013

Tonight's live elimination episode of Big Brother 15 is a huge one — for the show itself as well as the houseguests. Tonight marks the 500th episode of the show and in order to ring in the big 5-0-0, the show is throwing a surprise double elimination at the lucky few left. We already know that Amanda and McCrae have been targeted by GinaMarie this week, but given last night's Power of Veto competition, McCrae took himself down and Spencer went up in his place. With The Exterminators in charge of the house, it looks as though Amanda could be sent packing this week.

But what we can't know is who will get sent home with the double eviction. Last time, Judd bit the dust in a wild turn of events, but with him in a seemingly solid position, it looks like he'll probably stick around this time. If Amanda goes, the two biggest powers are McCrae and Elissa — aka the only people not in the newly-formed foursome. If either of these two go home, it's definitely going to be shocking. It looks like it might turn into a floater summer after all. 

Tonight’s episode airs at 9 p.m. ET on CBS. Check back in later to see who got sent home

August 29, 2013

Tonight’s live elimination episode of Big Brother 15 will hopefully continue to break the unanimous voting that has been such a huge deal this season. With Elissa as Head of Household, she originally hoped to backdoor Amanda by putting up McCrae and Aaryn, but her plans were quickly foiled. Amanda was chosen to compete in the Power of Veto competition and edged out GinaMarie by a very tight margin on the Zingbot 3000 challenge, ensuring that McRanda will stick around another week.

The same cannot be said for their 3 A.M. alliance (that’s Amanda, Aaryn, Andy, and McCrae). After Amanda used the POV to take McCrae off the block, Elissa was forced to make the next best move: nominating Andy. Looking ahead to tonight’s episode, it looks like Aaryn will be headed out of the house, with GinaMarie as her only likely vote to stay. We wager that Judd will keep Elissa, his new buddy, happy by voting for Andy to leave. Amanda and McCrae are most likely voting for Aaryn to go home, since they are closer to Andy. Spencer will probably continue to make Amanda happy, but there’s always hope, right?

Tonight’s episode airs at 9 p.m. ET on CBS. Check back in later to see who got sent home.

Carson Blackwelder is an Associate Editor at Wetpaint Entertainment. Follow him on Twitter and Google+!