Big Brother Over The Top Schedule and Weekly Events!

CBS promised that Big Brother: Over The Top would give viewers a completely new way to enjoy their favorite summer addiction. They didn’t lie because host Julie Chen revealed some major Big Brother Over the Top details after the Big Brother 18 finale.

Big Brother: Over the Top (Photo Courtesy of CBS Interactive
Big Brother: Over the Top (Photo Courtesy of CBS Interactive

She started the night with the bombshell that either Big Brother 18 houseguest Jozea Flores or Big Brother 17 houseguest Jason Roy return to the house this fall. Julie then let viewers know that they would have more control than ever. Not only will Big Brother fans pick the returnee, between Jason and Jozea, but they’ll pick the winner.

Julie remains silent about how exactly America picks the winner, but rumor has it that Big Brother Over The Top might follow a similar format to Big Brother 1 and Big Brother UK, where the public vote out people weekly. We repeat that this is simply a rumor, and we won’t know for sure how evictions happen until after this Wednesday (9/28/16).

Also following the Big Brother 18 finale, CBS released the official Big Brother Over The Top schedule. It informs viewers when to watch the feeds for major competitions and ceremonies.

You can find the schedule printout below.

Big Brother Over the Top Schedule

Some interesting things to note about the Big Brother Over The Top Schedule is that Tuesdays and Wednesdays will be the must-watch days on the feeds.

Tuesday’s Live Feeds feature the Live Diary Room sessions, the daily replays (which shows the highlights from the day), and the Veto Meeting. Wednesday’s feeds include the only edited episode of the week, the live eviction, and the Head of Household competition.

Thursday expect Julie’s interview with the latest evictee, question and answers with the remaining houseguests, and another weekday replay. Fridays and Saturdays may be the safest days to miss feeds, because they have the first critical safety ceremony but not much else.

Julie also told interviewers (during the backyard interviews) that the Safety Ceremonies will be similar to nomination ceremonies, except it seems like houseguests will get gradually saved until only two remain as nominees.

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