This year's Big Brother will kick off with an Aug. 5 "two-hour live move-in premiere event," and then continue with its regular three-nights-a-week schedule on Sundays, Wednesday, and Thursdays at 8 p.m. This will mark the second Big Brother: All-Stars after the Season 7 All-Star season in 2006. "The Big Brother production will follow specific health and safety protocols for COVID-19 with the welfare of everyone involved as the highest priority," CBS said in a statement. "Houseguests will undergo a quarantine period prior to production and will be tested several times prior to entering the House. Once inside, they will be tested weekly during the season and have no contact with any crew members, and all supplies delivered will be disinfected. In addition, the live show will not have a studio audience." TMZ reported Wednesday that potential contestants include Season 19 winner Josh Martinez, Season 8 runner-up Daniele Donato, Season 18's Paulie Calafiore, Season 18 winner, Nicole Franzel, Season 20 runner-up Tyler Crispen, three-time contestant Janelle Pierzina, Season 14 winner Ian Terry, Season 12 winner Hayden Moss and Season 20 alum Bayleigh Dayton.