Big Brother finale date 2018: Summer season coming to a close soon

Big Brother host Julie Chen will be replaced by Carrie Ann Inaba on The Talk. (Julie Chen Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS)
Big Brother host Julie Chen will be replaced by Carrie Ann Inaba on The Talk. (Julie Chen Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS) /

The 2018 Big Brother finale date is quickly coming up on the schedule. This is when the nine members of the jury will decide who deserves to become the Big Brother 20 winner.

There are just seven houseguests left competing for the $500,000 prize. As host Julie Chen just revealed during the September 6 episode, a double eviction is coming up as well. This all leads to the fact that the Big Brother finale date for 2018 is on the horizon. It’s not much longer until someone from the BB20 cast is named the winner and joins the ranks of famous competitors like Derrick Levasseur and Dr. Will Kirby.

Big Brother 20 season finale

CBS has revealed that the Season 20 finale date is September 26. That is a Wednesday evening, with the final episode set to air after the Survivor fall premiere. The start time is 9:30/8:30c and it is going to be a 90-minute installment. In less than three weeks, fans will know the name of the summer 2018 winner.

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Season finale preview

In the final episode, one last competition will take place to decide the final Head of Household. At that point, just three people will be left playing the game. They will have played two parts of the final HOH Competition to that point, with the winner of each segment advancing to Part 3 during the finale. The houseguest that wins HOH Part 3 then gets to decide who sits beside them in the final two.

Once the final two houseguests have been decided, the BB20 jury will take the stage and begin asking questions of them. This is where it could get a bit dramatic, as there are a lot of bitter people in the jury house last season. That’s exactly like what took place last summer when Josh Martinez ended up becoming the Big Brother 19 winner simply because they hated Paul Abrahamian so much. It almost doesn’t seem like enough time to cover everything that host Julie Chen will need to go over during the season finale. Maybe there will be hints about celebrities ready to participate in the show this winter.

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There is still a lot of time for the final seven houseguests to battle it out. Eventually, the Level Six alliance is going to have to turn on itself as well. Who from Angela Rummans, Tyler Crispen, Kaycee Clark, and Brett Robinson will survive to make it all the way to the 2018 Big Brother finale date?