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Julie Chen was surprised to see Alex Willett go last week in “Big Brother Over The Top.” CBS

“Big Brother” Season 18 only has six more episodes left before the big finale.

According to Big Brother Network, details from the recent Power of Veto (POV) competition will be unveiled on Wednesday night’s episode. The event named Nicole as this week’s POV winner, which meant that the nominations will stay the same. James and Natalie are still pitted against each other, and one of them will be sent out of the Big Brother house on Thursday night.

Meanwhile, “Big Brother” Season 18 will have a special episode on Sept. 13 which will feature another eviction. The episode, which will be pre-taped a day after the last nomination ceremony, will see yet another houseguest being sent hom. On Sept. 16, there will also be a Memory Lane episode where highlights from the entire season will be released. After the special episode, “Big Brother” Season 18 won’t air a new installment on Sept. 18. The two-hour finale will air on Sept. 21.

In other news, “Big Brother Over The Top” will open its doors to a new set of houseguests starting Sept. 28 on CBS All Access. According to The Hollywood Reporter, “Big Brother Over The Top” will run for over 10 weeks. The new show will still be hosted by Julie Chen. However, unlike the past 18 regular seasons, online viewers will have more influence in the game. “Big Brother” executive producer Allison Grodner said, “We are very excited to embark on this new adventured for ‘Big Brother.' With the unique streaming format, not only will viewers get to see everything play out live, including ceremonies and competition, the audience will also participate in the show like never before.”

“Big Brother Over The Top” will premiere on CBS All Access on Sept. 28 at 10 p.m. ET.