“Big Brother” airs at least three nights a week, but super fans can tune in 24/7 if their hearts desire. For those who want an even closer look into the “Big Brother” 18 house, here’s your guide to watching every moment from Season 18 of the CBS series.

Dedicated viewers will be excited to learn CBS offers 24/7 live feeds of the 2016 summer house guests. Those interested in seeing more of Paulie, Victor, Natalie and the other popular contestants only need to visit CBS.com and signup for CBS All Access.

“The live feeds give you raw, behind-the-scenes access to alliances, betrayals, romances and meltdowns,” the network teases of the feeds, which can be streamed on desktop computers and through Roku, Apple TV, Android TV, Fire TV, Chromecast, Xbox 360, iOS and Google Play. The feeds not only give you an inside look at the house drama but also allow you to view the goings-on from every angle, include a quad-view, which lets viewers tune into four cameras at once.

While CBS offers users a one-week free trial of the feeds, staying tuned after the seven-day period ends will cost you. A subscription to CBS All Access runs $5.99 per month and you can sign up here. Keep in mind the feeds are not always active. The network notes that it reserves the right to blackout, delay or edit content at their leisure. The feeds are typically turned off during Head of Household competitions as to not completely spoil the show.

Those not looking to buy access to the feeds can catch up with the house guests on the live television feed on “Big Brother After Dark.” POP TV airs the companion series on a nightly basis. “After Dark” airs in two to four hour segments, with most episodes starts at 12 a.m. EDT. Click here for a full “Big Brother After Dark” schedule.

For those purists who only want to watch edited versions of “Big Brother” tune in to CBS Sundays and Wednesdays at 8 p.m. EDT and Thursdays at 9 p.m. EDT for live eviction specials.