Big Brother may have just ended, but it's about to start right over again.
This time, however, things are a little different. Big Brother: Over the Top will not only air in the fall instead of summer, but it will also stream exclusively on CBS All Access, giving viewers more live access to the game than they've ever had before.
Plus, the house has somehow managed to get a big update in the week since the season 18 finale, and we've got your first look!
"In just four days the art department has been able to transform the main living areas from a summer vacation theme into a sophisticated city hotel with colors and decor ready for fun and scheming this fall," executive producer Allison Grodner tells us. "I think the brand new fitness room inspired lounge will be a welcome surprise for the houseguests with the changing autumn weather."
While Big Brother usually fully embraces summer fun, this house looks as if someone raided a both a Pier One and one of those temporary Halloween stores, and as the most basic lovers of fall, we say that with the utmost respect and jealousy.
In case you've already forgotten what season 18's travel-themed house looked like, check out the photo above and below for a reminder, then click through our exclusive gallery to get a sneak peek at the new house!
Each week of Over the Top will consist of one regular episode followed by a live eviction ceremony on Wednesdays at 10 p.m. ET/7 p.m. PT, a weekday replay on weeknights, safety ceremonies on Friday and Saturday nights, live diary room sessions on Tuesdays and Fridays, and an evicted houseguest g&a with host Julie Chen on Thursday afternoons. Fans will also get the chance to vote throughout the season to affect nominations, evictions, and twists.
Get all the details and watch the new season on CBS' website, and be sure to tune in when Big Brother: Over the Top premieres on CBS All Access tonight at 10 p.m. ET/7 p.m. PT.