The 2019 Upfront events for both 7, 9 and 10 have been and gone without any hints of a BBAU revival, so what is 10’s social media team up to with this BBAU tweet?
Across the past weekend, Mike Goldman has been dropping hints through Instagram about allegedly meeting with “Big Brother” … so what could this mean and is Big Brother coming back to Australian TV in 2019?
In case you missed it, Celebrity Big Brother USA is coming to 9Go! from next Sunday. In a somewhat unsurprising move, Nine has scheduled the show to air Sunday to Thursday, the same evenings as Channel Ten’s I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!
Premiering February 11, 2018 on 9Go!, four days after the US, Celebrity Big Brother USA is probably the closest thing you’ll see to Australian Big Brother on free-to-air TV in the immediate future.
With Big Brother reboot rumours surfacing again we just wanted to take this opportunity to reaffirm how fundamental a live stream is to the Big Brother format. Without a live stream component, Big Brother is nothing more than any other reality tv franchise.
It was all systems go, go, go for a Celebrity Big Brother reboot but now Channel 9 says no, no, no!
In a phone interview yesterday with KIIS 1065’s Kyle and Jackie O, Sonia Kruger speaks out about rumoured Celebrity Big Brother.
Peter Abbott, original Big Brother executive producer, has a new reality TV show airing on Network TEN live from South Africa, Sunday to Thursday. Continue reading I’m A Celebrity oozes old Big Brother vibe
Ryan Ginns has won Big Brother 2014, surviving longest in the house and beating the other 2014 finalists Travis Lunardi (runner-up) and Skye Wheatley (third place). With that, Ryan walks away with the $200,000, tax free.
VOTING SCANDAL: Clued-in Channel 9 viewers have sent in reports to Behind Big Brother that a Vote to Win promo during Weekend Today and again during an Australia vs South Africa cricket telecast contained incorrect voting details for Travis.
Next week, the week of Monday November 10, will be the second-last full week of the 80 day series, if initial plans haven’t changed. But with 10 housemates left in the house Continue reading Speculation: Next week to have not one, not two, but four evictions
Four intruders will appear on Big Brother from tonight – Richard, Penny, Lina and Tom, all fitting the Channel Nine requirement of being young, attractive and white.
It is week 8 and despite being past the half-way point, Big Brother’s schedule has yet to settle down into a consistent pattern. Next week sees Wednesday’s show on November 5 bumped due to a Twenty20 cricket match.
The Big Brother weekly schedule continues to shrink with the Friday daily show now out of the schedule. This comes not long after Big Brother: Sunday was dropped as of last weekend.