The Big Brother schedule is working its way down to the final episodes of summer 2019. Soon enough, the BB21 jury will be awarding one of the cast members with the $500,000 prize.
It has been an interesting season, but there has been a bit of controversy, possibly making it feel like it was longer than the usual summer. There are now just two weeks left, though, before the season finale takes place.
At the writing of this article, only Jackson Michie, Tommy Bracco, Holly Allen, Nicole Anthony, and Cliff Hogg remain in the house. Six other people are in the BB21 jury and five were sent home before that.
Below is a breakdown of the full Big Brother schedule that remains on the calendar for CBS. It will likely include a recap show as well, where the final houseguests reminisce about what happened this summer.
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Big Brother schedule: Countdown to finale night
Wednesday, September 11 (8/7c) — Veto night
Thursday, September 12 (9/8c) — Eviction night down to final four
Sunday, September 15 (8/7c) — Noms revealed
Wednesday, September 18 (8/7c) — Veto night
Thursday, September 19 (9/8c) — Eviction down to final three
Sunday, September 22 (8/7c) — Recap of season, Start of final HOH
Wednesday, September 25 (9:30/8:30c) — Season finale
As you can see above, there are only seven episodes left in the summer 2019 season. The Big Brother 21 winner will be announced during the September 25 episode, but there is a lot to cover before they get to that point.
CBS will air all of these episodes, with some Big Brother: After Dark nights sprinkled in. The CBS live feeds will also keep running, but they will get turned off for long spans of time when the final competitions are taking place.
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Hopefully, fans will get to see Part 1 of the final Head of Household Competition, as that has been an Endurance Challenge in the past. But which three BB21 cast members will be left to compete in it? Stay tuned to find out.
For readers who want to jump ahead a bit, we know who won the POV during Jackson’s HOH and what happened at the Veto Ceremony. It sets the stage for the September 12 Eviction Ceremony.
Big Brother schedule airs new episodes on CBS each Sunday, Wednesday, and Thursday night.