“Big Brother All-Stars” fans can expect a big switch up this week and it has nothing to do with a new twist in the game. CBS is changing the competition series’ weekly schedule in order to accommodate the 55th annual Academy of Country Music Awards.

On Wednesday night, viewers who tune in expecting to see the latest episode of “Big Brother” 2020 season will instead see the country music awards show, which kicks off at 8 p.m. EDT during the program’s usual time slot.

“Big Brother” fans will not miss out on seeing the weekly Power of Veto competition, though. Instead of airing on Wednesday, viewers can watch the newest Season 22 episode Tuesday at 8 p.m. EDT on CBS.

When viewers do tune in, [spoiler alert] they’ll see the fallout of current Head of Household Dani’s eviction nominations, the Big Brother Network reports. After putting Kevin and David on the block, the latter will use his BB Basement Disruptor power to pull himself off, resulting in Dani having to make another nomination.

As a result, Dani will put Tyler on the block following their recent fallout. However, after Da'Vonne wins the Power of Veto, she will change things up once again by taking Kevin off the block, resulting in Dani having to name a fourth nominee for eviction-- Ian.

The rest of the “Big Brother” lineup will also be slightly altered this week. While Thursday’s live eviction episode will air as normal on Thursday at 8 p.m. EDT, Sunday’s Head of Household competition will premiere one-half hour later than usual at 8:30 p.m. EDT.

Catch the next new episode of “Big Brother” Tuesday at 8 p.m. EDT on CBS.

big brother Dani makes her nominations in a scene from Season 22 of "Big Brother All-Stars." Photo: CBS Television Network