In the upcoming edition of the CBS reality series, houseguests will nominate three fellow contestants for eviction and viewers will vote weekly for that week's MVP.
Before the "Big Brother 15" is officially kicked off, two changes on the show have been revealed. The Hollywood Reporter, which recently shared photos of the new "Big Brother" house, learns that this season houseguests will nominate three fellow contestants for eviction, instead of the usual two.
The second change will involve the audience. Each week, viewers will vote for that week's MVP. The contestant who gets the most votes and ultimately declared the MVP will get special powers, which will be further explained on the show's premiere.
Viewers will be able to start voting for the MVP on Thursday, June 20, even before the game begins, following the cast announcement.
The 15th edition of "Big Brother" will debut June 26 on CBS and will be broadcast three times a week (Sundays at 8 P.M., Tuesdays at 9 P.M. and Wednesdays at 8 P.M.).