LOS ANGELES (AP) — An online-only edition of "Big Brother" will begin streaming late this month.
CBS announced Thursday the new take on the long-running reality TV competition will be titled "Big Brother: Over the Top" and is set to debut Sept. 28.
"Big Brother: Over the Top" will feature a new cast of houseguests competing over 10 weeks for $250,000 — not the show's usual $500,000 grand prize. The series will feature live feeds and a weekly elimination.
The show is among three new projects set to debut on the CBS All Access streaming service, joining the sci-fi series "Star Trek: Discovery" and a spinoff of the legal drama "The Good Wife."
"Big Brother' will continue to be broadcast on CBS. The series hosted by Julie Chen is currently airing its 18th season.