The CBS show Big Brother is back on June 26 at 8-9 p.m. ET/PT with host Julie Chen.
The show will unleash two new twists into the stylish, redesigned house this summer that will influence the strategic landscape of the game.
The first twist is a series' first: instead of two houseguests being nominated each week for eviction, as in past seasons, contestants will nominate three in this summer's edition.
The second twist will allow Big Brother viewers to play a crucial role in the game by casting votes for the houseguest they feel is playing the best game.
The houseguest who receives the most votes will be anointed that week's, "Big Brother MVP." The full scope of the MVP's secret power will be revealed during the season premiere.
America will start casting their votes for this season's first "Big Brother MVP" before the houseguests even enter the game, beginning with a pre-premiere vote starting Thursday, June 20, following CBS' cast announcement of the new houseguests.
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