This edition featured greater participation from the viewing public than the broadcast edition. After the Safety Ceremony, it was revealed that Jason and Danielle were the first nominees on Day 4. Each week, voters would choose which of the HouseGuests would receive a special power. Each week a HouseGuest was evicted until the final three HouseGuests remain on finale night.


The Nomination Ceremony from the broadcast edition was replaced with the new Safety Ceremony. Was Morgan's win an anti-Jason vote? America then nominated Danielle. Scott named Shane as the replacement, completing the second part of his plan. There Julie informed the HouseGuests the viewers will choose a third nominee to sit beside Danielle and Jason. Shelby and Morgan decided to strike a final four deal with Kryssie and Justin to take out Danielle. Each week, six HouseGuests are selected to compete in the Power of Veto (PoV) competition: the reigning HoH and the nominees are guaranteed to play with the remaining slots being given to other HouseGuests selected by random draw. The winner of the PoV competition wins the right to either revoke the nomination of one of the nominated HouseGuests or leave them as is. This was the third season to feature a cast with a larger number of females than males. Before the Power of Veto competition on Day 13, it was made known that America's Nominee was Monte. The winner of the HoH competition is immune from eviction and will select two HouseGuests to be nominated for eviction. Ultimately, Scott was evicted over Morgan and Shelby by a unanimous vote of 3-0-0. His silky-smooth game was respected by the jury, who rewarded him with a 7-2 victory over Cody Calafiore, and rewarded by fans, who voted him the second-best Big Brother winner … The very first popular reality show in the USA aired on … Subsequently on Day 56, Jason removed himself from the block, and being the only possible replacement nominee, Shelby took his place. Prior to this, Julie announced that there would be no America's Nominee or America's Eviction Vote. Despite both sides of the house trying to deceive the other, the vote came out as 4–4–0—four votes against Danielle and four votes against Monte—so America's vote decided the evicted HouseGuest.

At the Safety Ceremony, it was revealed that Kryssie nominated Morgan and Scott for eviction with Scott as her main target. The audience got to see the HouseGuests' first interactions with each other with very minimal editing. The shortest season since Big Brother 10, the season only lasted nine weeks.

Then, Neeley was nominated as America's Nominee. This was the first season where males and females won the same amount of PoVs in total, with 5 each. The contestants referred to as "HouseGuests" are sequestered in the Big Brother House with no contact to or from the outside world.

Morgan rang in first with the correctly finished puzzle earning the final spot in the Final 3, sending Justin out the door. The show premiered on September 28, 2016 and ended after 65 days with a season finale on December 1, 2016 only on CBS All Access, an over-the-top subscription streaming service. Have Nots for the week were shown on Saturdays at 4:00pm ET/1:00pm PT with the weekly safety ceremonies shown on Saturdays and Sundays at 10:00pm ET/7:00pm PT with the weekly nominations revealed live on Sundays. This granted him the rights and responsibilities of the Head of Household, and meant that Jason and Shelby would each nominate one HouseGuest for eviction. A group of people live together 24/7 in a house, with one person being evicted each week. At the "Veto for Sale" Power of Veto competition, Shane won and used the veto to save himself. On Day 60, Jason decided to take Kryssie with him to the Final 3. Later, America chose to nominate Alex as the third nominee. The next day during the Live Eviction, Shelby cancelled out the votes of Jason, Justin and Kryssie with her Care Package, leaving three votes to evict from America, Alex and Whitney. The next day, Shelby saved Morgan and Jason saved Kryssie. Big Brother: Over the Top (or BBOTT for short) is a spin-off American reality television series of the show Big Brother that aired exclusively online. At the Veto ceremony, Danielle decided to veto Whitney and nominated Morgan in her place. Later, America chose to nominate Scott as the third nominee. Cornbread was announced as the third nominee chosen by America on Day 5 then Whitney and Alex were chosen to play in the Power of Veto competition while Shane was chosen to host the competition. In this edition, America voted to nominate one HouseGuest each week in addition to the Head of Household's nominations. As Head of Household, Scott chose Shane, his main target, as the replacement nominee. To start off the fall, the HouseGuests competed in the "BB Bug" Head of Household competition. The next day, it was revealed that Scott was America's Nominee, after which Danielle, Scott, Shelby, Whitney, Jason and Justin competed in the next Power of Veto competition. Shortly after Scott was evicted from the Big Brother house, the HouseGuests were informed that the next Head of Household competition would begin, and that they would challenge one at a time. Jason used the Veto to save himself, and Morgan had no choice but to nominate her ally, Shelby, as the replacement, due to no one else being available. Big Brother Season 1 Winner: Eddie McGee. The next day, America's Care Package was delivered, with Scott winning the power of choosing the type of Veto to be played for this week. This occurred in, This was the second season in the history of the show to have females win HoH six times in a row, following. Females had 12 competition wins, while males only had 8 in total.

Sign up and add shows to get the latest updates about your favorite shows - Start Now. Due to the possibility of Whitney flipping, Alex and Scott contemplated evicting her if it came down to it, as they had noticed her close relations with Justin. Once a HouseGuest receives a Care Package, they are ineligible to receive another one until all other remaining HouseGuests have received one. [2] This was the first edition of the Big Brother franchise to air live exclusively online around the world and the second season overall to air only online after the first Chinese season, which was pre-recorded and aired at a later date in 2015.[3]. After Danielle's eviction, HouseGuests competed in a mental and endurance Head of Household competition. This occurred in, Even though there were three nominees for all but the last four evictions, at least one nominee escaped the block with no votes to evict each time. The day after Justin's eviction, the Final Three HouseGuests made their pleas to America and waited to hear their decision the next night, being the finale. The following day, Julie announced to the HouseGuests instead of nomination ceremonies, there will be safety ceremonies. At the start of each week, the HouseGuests compete in the Head of Household (HoH) competition. Julie Chen revealed that America would impact the game unlike ever before and explained there would be no Jury of evicted HouseGuests to determine the winner instead the viewing public will vote for the winner. The final 13th HouseGuest was chosen by a public vote between two HouseGuests from the broadcast version: Jason Roy from Big Brother 17 and Jozea Flores from Big Brother 18.. Morgan Willett has appeared on two MTV shows, Ex on the Beach and The Challenge: War of the Worlds. Following the Double Eviction, the HouseGuests competed in the "It's Time to Reflect" HOH competition. After 65 days, the lone Ballsmashers member remaining, Morgan Willett was crowned the winner with the most votes from CBS All-Access viewers over Late Night Jamboree alliance members Jason Roy and Kryssie Ridolfi. Despite trying to save themselves and make a deal with Shelby and Morgan, Shelby decided to nominate Jason and Danielle for eviction, due to their deception in the prior weeks. Shortly after the eviction the HouseGuests were instructed to go to the backyard for the next Head of Household competition. Jason won the fifth America's Care Package, becoming Co-HoH with Shelby. [1] However, Robyn Kass, who has cast the program since the second season, would not cast this season.

Morgan Leigh Willett is the winner of Big Brother: Over The Top.. She was known for her under the radar gameplay and her status as an underdog. After Shane was evicted, the HGs were surprised by Paul Abrahamian from Big Brother 18, who was there to host the next Head of Household competition, in which the HouseGuests went to the backyard to compete in. The HouseGuests were chosen by America's vote; the week's Head of Household was automatically exempted from the vote, as were the previous week's Have-Nots. Subsequently on Day 49, Shelby used the Power of Veto to save Morgan leaving Danielle and Jason up on the block. Monte Massongill also appeared on the second season of Ex on the Beach as Morgan's ex.[8][9]. The nominee that gets the most votes from America will get an extra eviction vote added onto them.
[6][7] The 13th HouseGuest was announced to be returnee from the parent series. As such, Scott as Head of Household, had to cast the tiebreaker vote and chose to evict Shane from the Big Brother house, making Shane the third to be evicted. Was The Inevitable Coronation of Jason complete? After being threatened by the returning player, Monte decided to nominate Jason and Danielle for eviction. The season was officially announced on August 3, 2016 by CBS while the eighteenth season was still in progress. Shelby won Head of Household, Jason received the Co-HoH care package, and Justin, Kryssie, and Whitney were ineligible as the previous Have-Nots. Coordinates: 34°8′40.12″N 118°23′20.71″W / 34.1444778°N 118.3890861°W / 34.1444778; -118.3890861, This article is about the digital edition. When instructed, the HoH has to save a variable number of HouseGuests to be safe. On Day 37, America's Care Package was delivered to Jason, who won co-HoH. At the Veto meeting, Morgan used the Veto on herself, and Kryssie named Whitney as the replacement nominee.