‘Big Brother’ schedule change: #BB20 airs one hour earlier on July 11

The #BB20 episode on Wednesday, July 11 will air one hour earlier than usual in the 7:00 p.m. (CT/MT) and 8:00 p.m. (ET/PT) time slot. That is so CBS can use “Big Brother” as a lead-in to the new Kevin Hart’s game show “TKO: Total Knock Out.”

Other than this change, Season 20 of “Big Brother” will stick to its regular schedule on CBS after a first week of extra pre-taped hours. The second eviction will take place on Thursday’s live show, which airs at 9:00 p.m. on both coasts and 8:00 p.m. central and mountain. Sunday’s episode is at 7:00 p.m. (CT/MT) and 8:00 p.m. (ET/PT) while Wednesday’s instalment usually airs an hour later across the time zones.

SEE ‘Big Brother 20’: Week 2 Power of Veto ceremony results on #BB20 and what they mean for July 12 eviction

This edition of “Big Brother” is scheduled to run for a record 99 days, with the final set for Wednesday, September 19. Do you have a favorite among the 15 houseguests that you are rooting for to win the half million dollar prize?

SEE ‘Big Brother’ season 20 cast photos: All the BB20 houseguests

Conversely, which of them would you like shown the door? Are you bummed that Winston Hines and Scottie Salton are up for eviction in Week 2?  Have you made your “Big Brother” predictions yet in Gold Derby’s season-long event?

SEE exclusive odds: Who will win ‘Big Brother’?

You can win a $100 Amazon gift certificate by predicting the finishing order of all 16 houseguests, so get started right now — it’s fun and easy. As of this writing Brett Robinson is the odds-on favorite to win “Big Brother” Season 20, but expect the odds to fluctuate once viewers get to see the 16 new players in action.

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