Starting on Monday October 13 and lasting for at least two weeks is a weekly schedule change which sees show starting times vary from as early as 7:30 and as late as 8:40.
Channel 9’s renovation series The Block wraps up next weekend with “The Auction” episode slotted in for October 12. It was thought that Big Brother would resume in an earlier timeslot after The Block but that is not the case with double episodes of The Big Bang Theory including a premiere episode taking up residence in the 7:30 and 8 pm slots, leaving Big Brother to air at 8:30 on Monday, October 13.
A Surprise Eviction on Monday, September 29 and an Intruder Special on Wednesday, October 1 are among the latest changes made in an attempt to turn around a poor performing Big Brother series. Continue reading Surprise Eviction and Intruder Special incoming
In the lead up to the 11th series of BIG BROTHER which launches tonight, photos of this year’s ‘old-school Miami with touch of Hollywood glamour’ themed house have popped up on numerous news websites near (News Corp) and far (Daily Mail.co.uk). Hidden amongst a large volume of duplicate photos are some decent glimpses into what the 2014 house will look like which you will see all in one place – Behind Big Brother.
Western Australians were introduced to the mysterious new fourth housemate last night dubbed the ‘Mandurah Magician’ (in some states he’s dubbed the ‘Magic Man’). Hiding behind this identity is in fact, Lawson Reeves. Continue reading Lawson Reeves is the Mandurah Magician
Priya Malik is a Stand Up Comedian, a Performance Poet, and a High-school teacher from Adelaide.
The TV broadcast of the BIG BROTHER 2014 Launch Show is slotted in for 8:40 pm on September 8, and 8:40 pm is the magic number for the rest of the week.
EXCLUSIVE: Big Brother 2014 will last just 80 days, making it the shortest Big Brother Australia ever. Continue reading BB storm will last 80 days and 80 nights
Big Brother 2014 will be launching on September 7th, for those who are lucky enough to acquire launch show tickets at Dreamworld. Everyone else will need to wait until September 8th for the TV premiere on Nine.
It is official! Big Brother returns next year for a third season on Channel 9. We think this is a good opportunity to highlight what Channel 9 are doing right and where they need to improve between now and the launch of Big Brother 2014.
Tim Dormer has won Big Brother and banks $250,000. Tahan Lew-Fatt was the first to go, winning 3rd place and a prize of $5,000 cash, while Jade Pietrantonio came 2nd, losing only to Tim. Jade won $10,000 cash and the Presidential Suite TV.
The finale on November 6 will air live into New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, South Australia and Tasmania.
Big Brother finishes with a 2 hour finale on November 6, but what’s in store from now until then? Continue reading One week left, what’s on and when?
Think you’ve sussed out the real ben? Think again.
The previously locked-in October 23 finale date is looking more and more likely to be moved ahead by 2 weeks to the start of November.