What time does Big Brother come on tonight for July 25 episode?

Big Brother 20 spoilers: A houseguest has volunteered to be pawn this week. (Faysal Shafaat Photo: Sonja Flemming/CBS)
Big Brother 20 spoilers: A houseguest has volunteered to be pawn this week. (Faysal Shafaat Photo: Sonja Flemming/CBS) /
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What time does Big Brother come on tonight? That’s a question a lot of fans are asking ahead of the July 25 episode. As with all Wednesday night episodes, this one focuses on the Power of Veto.

The Wednesday (July 25) episode of Big Brother 20 begins at 8/7c on CBS. It’s an hour-long installment of the program, picking up where the Sunday (July 22) episode came to an end. At the end of Episode 12, the Week 4 nominees were revealed by Head of Household Sam Bledsoe. She decided that she was going after Haleigh Broucher and Kaitlyn Herman, who Sam stated were not representative of female empowerment. How would the ladies react to that accusation?

Big Brother 20 returns

When the episode begins, viewers will get to see the fallout of the Week 4 Nomination Ceremony. There was a lot of drama that played out on the CBS live feeds late on Friday (July 20), which is when the official nominees were revealed. Now, the CBS television audience will get to see what happened next. It leads to the Veto Competition, where someone is going to win the Power of Veto. By the end of the night, viewers will know who is on the block for the July 26 Eviction Ceremony.

An exciting week to come

Not only is Episode 13 (July 25) going to be an exciting one, but so is Episode 14 (July 26). It’s an eviction for which the BB20 house hasn’t decided which way to vote. This could lead to an interesting evening indeed. For readers who want to get ahead of the CBS audience, Sam Bledsoe also has a plan in place, just in case she is required to break a tie. Be aware, that these Big Brother 20 spoilers also include the Power of Veto results.

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What time does Big Brother come on tonight (July 25)? 8/7c on CBS.