‘Big Brother’ Season 21 Betting Odds Episode 35

by James Murphy in Entertainment  / September 6, 2019

  • This is the 21st season for CBS’s reality show.
  • ‘Big Brother’ is a spin-off of a Dutch TV series of the same name.
  • ‘Big Brother’ Season 21 Episode 35 airs September 12 at 8:00 PM Eastern.

Jessica Milagros and Christie Murphy were both given the ‘bum’s rush’ on the previous ‘Double Elimination’ episode of Big Brother. Five contestants are left and we’ve got two more weeks after this one.

The Big Brother ratings have held up pretty well since the strange drop on 8/29. Even Thursday’s episode drew decent numbers and it was up against the start of the NFL season as the Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears faced off on NBC. In fact, Big Brother was the highest rated non-football program on network TV for Thursday night.

Here are the updated SPORTSINSIDER.COM odds to win Big Brother Season 21 along with some prop odds for Episode 35:

‘BIG BROTHER’ SEASON 21 BETTING ODDS

TO WIN BIG BROTHER SEASON 21

Tommy Bracco                           +215
Cliff Hogg III +250
Holly Allen +250
Nicole Anthony +450
Jackson Michie +450

‘BIG BROTHER’ SEASON 21 EPISODE 35 BETTING ODDS

TO BE EVICTED IN EPISODE 35

Jackson Michie                         +200
Cliff Hogg III +250
Nicole Anthony +350
Tommy Bracco +350
Holly Allen +450
No One Eliminated +10000

WILL THE EVICTION VOTE IN EPISODE 35 BE UNANIMOUS?

Yes                                    +180
No                                     -210

‘BIG BROTHER’ SEASON 21 EPISODE 35 VIEWERSHIP

Over 4.15 Million                      -150
Under 4.15 Million                     +130

‘BIG BROTHER’ SEASON 21 EPISODE 35 RATING

1 or Over                              -250
Under 1                     +210

‘BIG BROTHER’ SEASON 21 EPISODE 35 SHARE

Over 6.5                               +300
Under 6.5                 -350

The previous three TV ratings propositions will be graded using data reported at TV By The Numbers. 

James Murphy

James Murphy is a preeminent authority on the international gambling industry and has made frequent appearances in the mainstream media including the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, Forbes, Entertainment Weekly, CNBC and NPR. He has previously worked as a radio and podcasting host where he broadcast to an international audience that depended on his expertise and advice. Murphy also serves as an odds making consultant for sports and ‘non-sport novelty bets’ covering the entertainment industry, politics, technology, financial markets and just about everything else.

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