Everything We Know About The Big Brother 24 Season Finale So Far


The Big Brother 24 finale is just around the corner and fans are curious how it will play out. While the end of the season is in sight, there is still a lot of game left to be played. Throughout the remaining weeks of the season, some fan-favorite competitions will be played and there is no doubt more drama, blindsides, and backstabbing will ensue.

This season has been nothing short but crazy. During week 7, the house got turned upside down with one of the most intense and game-changing Big Brother twists. The 10 houseguests were divided into two groups. With no communication between the groups, two separate games unfolded all week long. Then, at the conclusion of the twist, a non-traditional double eviction took place. Before the remaining houseguests reunited, both Joseph Abdin and Jasmine Davis were sent to the jury house.

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As the jury house begins to fill up, the Big Brother house starts to become more and more empty. A winner of Big Brother 24 will be crowned on September 25. In many recent years, the finales have taken place on a Wednesday; however, this year a new Big Brother winner will be crowned on a Sunday. Similar to that of seasons past, the finale will be live. The jury members will join longtime host Julie Chen Moonves to vote for who they think should become the next winner of the game. This winner will win the $750K grand prize. Last year was the first year the show’s cash prizes had grown.

The finale is expected to be two hours long. It is unclear if the houseguests who were evicted prior to making it to jury will join Julie for the finale. Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, these houseguests would also return for the finale; however, they have since featured them virtually for safety purposes. Now that theBig Brother live audience has returned during the Thursday night eviction episodes, it is assumed there will be a live audience for the finale for the first time in two years.

With the live finale set to air on September 25, there are only three more weeks left of game to be played inside the Big Brother house this summer. Following Kyle Capener’s eviction, Julie announced that a second double eviction will be shaking up the house in the coming week. This will be the traditional double eviction that longtime fans are used to. This will bring the houseguest count down to just five remaining players. Then, just two weeks later, a new winner of Big Brotherwill be crowned.

Big Brother airs Sundays and Wednesdays at 8 p.m. EDT and Thursdays at 9 p.m. EDT on CBS.

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