Patrick Gomez
October 19, 2016 12:00 PM

Big Brother 18 may have ended in September, but fans of the CBS reality show have been gifted a brand new adventure to entertain them until the show returns next summer.

Big Brother: Over the Top launched just days after the Big Brother finale and is providing viewers more control — and drama — than ever.

Fans who watch the online series — which streams 24/7 on CBS All Access — are able to nominate one player for eviction and send one player a game-changing care package each week. Viewers will also vote for who ultimately wins the competition.

From heated screaming matches to steamy bedroom kisses, a lot has happened since BBOTT premiered on Sept. 28. But for those who have been missing out on the fun, PEOPLE has an exclusive recap of the first few weeks of competition.

Two houseguests have already been eliminated. But here’s the essential info on who is left in the house — including a returning player and two sisters — and competing for the $250,000 prize:


Whitney Hogg, 21, a medical assistant from Whitesburg, Kentucky

Shelby Stockton, 24, a recent law school graduate from Simi Valley, California

Shane Chapman, 24, a roofer from Pisgah Forest, North Carolina

Kryssie Ridolfi, 31, a waitress from Schaumburg, Illinois

Scott Dennis, 24, a debt collector from Bangor, Maine

Morgan Willett, 22, a publicist from Austin, Texas

Justin Duncan, 27, a seafood restaurant owner from New Orleans, Louisiana

Neeley Jackson, 33, a sales associate from Fort Worth, Texas

Alex Willett, 25, an animation designer from Dallas, Texas

Danielle Lickey, 23, a pre-school teacher from Visalia, California

Jason Roy, 27, a supermarket cashier from Fall River, Massachusetts

Big Brother: Over the Top streams 24/7 on CBS All Access.

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