The veteran reality series will continue in the summer of 2021.
October 28, 2020
CBS announced today that Big Brother has been picked up for a 23rd season. The good news comes just hours before the long-running reality show's current all-star season 2-hour finale, which will see a new winner crowned.
On the air for two decades, the veteran series continues to be one of TV's top-rated reality shows. Airing three nights a week, each of its episodes consistently draw solid viewership against its prime time competition.
In each season of Big Brother, a group of people move into a house together under the watchful eye of dozens of cameras that record their every move 24 hours a day. Each week one houseguest is voted out of the house until just one remains, receiving a $500,000 grand prize.
Look for Season 23 of Big Brother in the summer of 2021, with Julie Chen Moonves once again returning as host.
10/29/20 at 01:30pm
I love this show. This season was not the best, but I still watched to the end.
10/29/20 at 11:38am
10/29/20 at 07:16am
10/29/20 at 05:23am
@Nudnik, I would recommend before attempting to insult someone else's intelligence that you proofread your posts for typos. Also I'm not sure how attempting to have an intelligent banter back and forth about a show proves your point. I believe all you are doing now is discrediting any opinion you have by providing evidence that you are nothing more than a lowly internet troll trying to get a rise out of people. I provided you with a few arguments as to why I thought your position didn't hold water, and that's the best you could come up with to counter? Negative IQ? Give me something better to work with. Prove that you have some base to call other people unintelligent (which, by the way, there's no need for, not sure why you are so cranky!)
10/28/20 at 08:58pm
@Lias & Z: Thank you for proving my point. And if you think the show is NOT scripted your IQ is even less than room temp, perhaps even negative.
10/28/20 at 05:47pm
@Z Well said! Enjoying shows like BB is not a measure of someone's intelligence. And it's interesting that those who criticize the show often dismiss it as 'scripted', when in fact it is not. Rather ironic since they claim to be more intelligent than those who watch.
10/28/20 at 05:20pm
@Nudnik - I disagree. I know plenty of intelligent people that love this show. I've always loved the strategy and competition aspects of it. I also think it's funny that you call it scripted. In a sense it is, but that is because editors are crafting storylines after sifting through hundreds of hours of footage. It's still much better than most of the actual scripted shows out there (at least the ones on ABC, NBC and Fox). But hey, if you don't like it, at least you don't have to watch it! But I'm telling you, believe it or not, there is an appeal to it, even for those with above average intelligence.
10/28/20 at 03:55pm
This scripted show appeals only to those with a room temperature IQ, or less.
10/28/20 at 03:06pm
Social media has boiled peoples brains so badly (from contestants to production) that I don't think they could produce an entertaining episode even by accident anymore. The all-star season was sterile and boring.
10/28/20 at 02:16pm
I stopped watching this last "ALL STAR" episode after the triple eviction. The worst season ever. Julie Chen is starting to lose it, and its not fun anymore. Sad.
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