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Will one or two houseguests be eliminated on Thursday, June 29, just a day after the premiere for “Big Brother” Season 19? CBS

CBS just announced that the “Big Brother” Season 19 houseguests will finally be revealed on Monday, June 19 via Live Feeds.

According to the network, the big reveal will happen at 11 a.m. EDT on June 19, more than a week away from the premiere of “Big Brother” Season 19 on June 28. Former “Big Brother” houseguest Jeff Schroeder from Seasons 11 and 13 will be hosting the event. He will also personally introduce each of the houseguests, just like what he did in Season 18. At the time, Schroeder introduced Victor Arroyo, Natalie Negrotti, Zakiyah Everette and the rest of the cast online.

Read: Why are the “Big Brother” Season 19 houseguests’ names not being revealed yet?

Meanwhile, the premiere episode for “Big Brother” Season 19 will only be a two-hour event instead of two episodes aired on two nights like last season. Season 19’s premiere will kick off at 8 p.m. The second episode is expected to air on Thursday, June 29 at 9 p.m. “Big Brother” Season 19’s schedule on CBS will be every Sunday, Wednesday and Thursday.

As of late, CBS has not released any information regarding “Big Brother After Dark” for Season 19. But it is highly likely that the episodes will also air on PopTV just like last year. The Live Feeds will still be part of CBS All Access, and audiences can subscribe to it for $6 per month for unlimited viewing, according to Big Brother Network.

In other news, Twitter user Aubra Marie leaked some information regarding the Season 19 houseguests. She claimed that there will be a feminist joining the cast of “Big Brother” Season 19. There will also be an avid Donald Trump supporter, as well as a former “Survivor” castaway. One “Bachelor” reject will also be heading to the CBS reality TV competition in an attempt to find a showmance. There’s also a houseguest working at a pet store, and an alleged super fan who has not seen Seasons 1 to 11. As of late, CBS has not yet confirmed or denied whether the descriptions are indeed correct.