A chunk of the money they would've made would've been from ticket sales to the live shows. Of course not a lot, but I reckon a fair whack. From memory they were like $60 a head? Or $30? I don't even remember. But it held quite a lot of people, back when it was on Ten anyway
Mike Goldman just posted this:
Couple of months back we went from this, to Big Brother Australia being back on the Channel 7. Congrats to the Endemol Shine Australia team for bringing the best show on TV back to the people.
Auditions are on now.
#bigbrother #bbau #bbau7
So 7 seems like the...
I reckon Endemol Shine has just gone for it knowing that a network will pick it up. Unless a network has already picked it up and it's tightly under wraps. I still have a feeling that it's 10, equally happy if it's 7, but will cry if it's 9.
I did suspect that 10 were considering it because of Gretel being on The Masked Singer, too. But also read on the Daily Mail "Channel 10 turned down the opportunity to air Big Brother because chief content officer Beverley McGarvey is 'not a fan of the show'." However, just because she doesn't...
Crazy how social media has changed, we can basically follow anyone who worked or starred on the show, and any type of hint such as "#melbournelife" could easily give away that the show could be in Melbourne. So much harder these days to keep things under wraps.