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Big Brother is a television reality game show based on an originally Dutch TV series of the same name created by producer John de Mol in 1997. The series follows a diverse group of contestants, known as HouseGuests, who are living together in a custom-built home under constant surveillance. The HouseGuests are completely isolated from the outside world and can have no communication with those not in the house
Big Brother: Over the Top (TV Series 2016). Thirteen of those house guests live in 13 different states. America will watch every single move they compete to be the last one standing, after having twelve house guests evicted. These strangers are the contestants who think they have absolutely nothing in common, and a few are in a shock for their lives
Big Brother is the UK's biggest reality TV show and is one of the most popular talked-about shows in British TV history. Big Brother takes place entirely within the confines of the Big Brother House. It's essentially a competition between the house mates, the object of which is to be the last remaining house mate in the House. At least one house mate will leave the House every week by a process of nomination and public eviction. Throughout the series house mates will be asked to complete tasks set by Big Brother. If the group does well in the tasks they get rewarded with a bigger shopping budget, plus special treats. On the final night of Big Brother the public vote on which house mate. Written by Anonymous.
Big Brother (TV series). Dutch reality game show franchise. This article is about the franchise. For other uses, see Big Brother (disambiguation). Big Brother is a Dutch reality competition television franchise created by John de Mol J. first broadcast in the Netherlands in 1999, and subsequently syndicated internationally. The show features contestants called "housemates" (or "HouseGuests") who live together in a d house that is isolated from the outside world. Inspired by Big Brother from George Orwell's novel Nineteen Eighty-Four, the housemates are continuously monitored during their stay in the house by live television cameras as well as personal audio microphones
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Watch Big Brother full-length episodes online free for 7 days after the original broadcast without sign-in. Big Brother Spoilers, Live Feed Updates & News. Celebrity Big Brother Spoilers: A new HOH takes over the Celebrity Big Brother house as the game comes to a close. He receives a letter from his family as he takes over the HOH bedroom. follows a group of people living together in a house outfitted with dozens of high-definition cameras and microphones recording their every move, 24 hours a day. Each week, the Houseguests will vote someone out of the house.
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|Marcus Bentley||-||Himself - Narrator 317 episodes, 2000-2018|
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The original house took 75 workmen 131 days to build using 20km of cable, 57 mirrors, 33 cameras and 50 microphones.
In BB7, Dawn Blake became the first contestant to be ejected for having contact with the outside world. Dawn organized a special code with her family: if there was any bad press regarding her, then their family would tell Big Brother that her sister was ill. Dawn received this message and informed the other housemates of this code.
The now iconic "Eye" logo was designed by Daniel Eatock of design agency Foundation33. On the billboard advertisements for series 7 there was no name or date, just the black and gold eye.
The show was invented by John de Mol of the Netherlands and developed by his production company, Endemol. It has been a prime time hit in 19 different countries.
In total, 21 housemates have voluntarily left the house. 2 housemates have left the house due to medical reasons; in series 11, Keeley Johnson left the house after she broke her ankle during the 'Save and Replace' task, and in series 15, Kimberly Kisselovich left the house due to a mystery illness, which was later revealed to be an ectopic pregnancy. In series 13, Conor McIntyre left the house with £50,000 (half the prize money) as part of the 'White Room' twist.
In Big Brother 7, for the first time the public was able to vote a house-mate back into the Big Brother house, and they were also eligible to win the prize money as well.
Each year Big Brother is a ratings winner for Channel 4. The final of Big Brother 3 on 27 July 2002 was watched by 10 million viewers, the highest ever ratings for a non-film on the channel, and BB3 as a whole averaged almost 6 million viewers. Big Brother 6 had an average of 4.4 million, the poorest in the show's history. BB7 was ahead of it, averaging 4.7 million viewers. However the finale of Big Brother 7 at its peak reached 8.2 million viewers.
Series 7 was the first series to allow a random member of the public to enter the house. 100 golden tickets were placed in Kit-Kat chocolate bars, granting the finder a chance to enter the Big Brother house. Of those tickets, 58 were found before the deadline, but two people decided not to put themselves forward for the show, three dropped out, and 19 did not pass the required background checks, leaving a total of 34. The competition began at 10:30pm on May 18, 2006, the launch date of Big Brother. Susie Verrico became the "Golden Housemate" after being randomly selected in a Bingo style machine, as each ticket-holder were randomly given numbers to wear as hats and armbands on the day.
The theme tune used for all the series was recorded especially for the program by Paul Oakenfold and Andy Gray as "Element 4". It reached #4 in the UK Singles Chart.
Contestant "Nasty Nick" tried to influence the nominations with handwritten notes in the first series. This was widely condemned and followed enthusiastically in the media, and Social Commentators have said this event probably influenced the more sensationalist direction of the show. In his own defense, Nick said "It's only a Gameshow."
Nicholas Bateman who later became known as Nasty Nick participated in the first ever series in 2000, he entered the house on Day 1. In 2010 to mark the end of Big Brother's run on Channel 4, Nicholas participated in a mini-series titled "Ultimate Big Brother" along with some of the most memorable Big Brother contestants from throughout the years. Nobody else from series 1 participated in this series, and Nicholas made the final. This made him the only ever Big Brother Contestant to be present on the first and last day in the Big Brother house in the show's history
There are many controversies happened on the fifth season of the British reality television show Celebrity Big Brother, broadcast on British television station Channel 4 in January 2007. The controversy centred on comments made by contestants Jade Goody, Danielle Lloyd, and Jo O'Meara - all of whom are white British - concerning Indian contestant Shilpa Shetty. The screening of these comments on UK television resulted in national and international media coverage, responses from the UK and Indian governments, and the show's suspension during the 2008 season.
Many agencies and corporations cancelled their contracts with the housemates accused of racism, citing the allegations as the reason for the terminations. Also, many sponsors of the Big Brother series cancelled their sponsorship of the show.
There are seven different breeds of chicken in the Big Brother house, each was chosen for suitable looks and compatibility.
Big Brother 7 introduced a double eviction, and then did it a second time in the same series.
Series 1-6 of Big Brother (2000-2005), including the four series of Celebrity Big Brother in between, were some of the very few programs on mainstream British terrestrial television that were broadcast in the old 4:3 aspect ratio as opposed to the more common 16:9 wide-screen format. (Except the Big Brother Panto, which was in wide-screen). The reason for this is unclear, but was believed to be because of the size of some of the hidden cameras. However, from Big Brother 7 (2006) the aspect ratio has been switched in favor of the 16:9 format, with Big Brother, and all of its sister shows, broadcasting in wide-screen.
With a total of 46 nominations, Marcus Akin of series 10 is the most nominated housemate in Big Brother history.
A 2D artistic installation between the carriageways in the Bus portion of Gateshead Interchange is reminiscent of the Big Brother eye.
The action from within the house is streamed live over the Internet for a one-off fee subscription that lasts until the end of a series. Since the second series Channel 4's sister station E4 has also carried live pictures and audio from the Big Brother house. However the stream had a delay of 15 minutes so that audio and/or pictures can be edited out to comply with TV regulations.
Following the end of Big Brother 7, 156 house-mates have inhabited the house (not including the 8 participants in Teen Big Brother). 33 of those were celebrities, including Chantelle Houghton, the non-celebrity contestant in Celebrity Big Brother (2001) series 4.
Nikki Grahame received her own television show, Princess Nikki (2006), after taking part in Series Seven.
One of the stages of the application process was a psychiatric evaluation.
A tie-in documentary showed auditions, with tips for viewers on how to get through, such as "Don't beg", "Don't criticize the show" and "Have an interesting reason for wanting to be in it".
Since the series moved to the famous Elstree (Film) Studios, the house has been built within the footprint of the surviving watertank, noticable by its distinct overall site boundary lines, adjacent to the George Lucas Stage, and the 4 acre backlot area.
The housemates are given a lawnmower to keep the grass tidy. Only Shell Jubin has used it naked.
The song used for Big Brother 7's highlights was "Chasing cars" by Snow Patrol.
The Big Brother 7 eye was released to the public on May 2, 16 days before the official launch.
The temperature in the pool is kept at a constant 28 degrees Celsius.
The only eight housemates in the history of Big Brother to be thrown out for rule-breaking are Nicholas Bateman in series 1, Kitten Pinder and Emma Greenwood in series 5, Dawn Blake in series 7, Emily Parr in series 8, Alexandra De-Gale and Dennis McHugh in series 9, and Daley Ojuederie in series 14.
Issac Stout of series 10 is the housemate who has had the shortest ever stay in the house, at just under 48 hours.
Stuart Wilson of series 5 and Amanda and Sam Merchant of series 8 are the only housemates to enter the house on launch night and make the final week without receiving a single nomination.
Series winners: Craig Phillips (series 1), Brian Dowling (series 2), Kate Lawler (series 3), Cameron Stout (series 4), Nadia Almada (series 5), Anthony Hutton (series 6), Pete Bennett (series 7), Brian Belo (series 8), Rachel Rice (series 9), Sophie Reade (series 10), Josie Gibson (series 11), Aaron Allard-Morgan (series 12), Luke Anderson (series 13), Sam Evans (series 14), Helen Wood (series 15), Chloe Wilburn (series 16), Jason Burrill (series 17)
Every single housemate to become the first to be evicted in each series has been female: Sada Wilkington in series 1, Penny Ellis in series 2, Lynne Moncrieff in series 3, Anouska Golebiewski in series 4, Vanessa Nimmo in series 5, Mary O'Leary in series 6, Bonnie Holt in series 7, Shabnam Paryani in series 8, Stephanie McMichael in series 9, Beinazir Lasharie in series 10, Rachael White in series 11, Tashie Jackson in series 12, Victoria Eisermann in series 13, Sallie Axl in series 14, Tamara Stewart-Wood in series 15 and Adjoa in series 16. However, this trend was broken by Big Brother 17, which saw Marco Pierre-White Jr. to be the first male housemate to be the first evicted.