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CBS has started to put together a pretty compelling summer lineup. Today, the network announced that three of its original programs will be returning this summer, along with a brand new TV series based on a bestseller by James Patterson.
Upon being evicted from the Big Brother house during Season 16, the eventual America's Favorite Player Donny Thompson was told he was going to get to appear in an episode of The Bold and the Beautiful.
Back in 2011, Big Brother brought in six contestants from previous seasons to compete with a group of new players. Among them was Dick "Evel Dick" Donato and his daughter Daniele, both of whom competed and won Big Brother 8. It was looking like we were in for another season of Evel Dick's entertainingly obnoxious antics inside the Big Brother house.
One thing that was clear early on during last night's episode of Big Brother was that the only way Derrick wasn't going to win Season 16 was if he wasn't in the Final 2. So how does Cody feel about the big decision he had to make during the finale? As of right now, he has no regrets. And Derrick has confirmed what he would have done if he'd been in Cody's place.
In a matter of hours, Big Brother will crown its 16th winner. We knew from the previous casting announcement that the CBS reality competition series would be back for at least one more season. But today CBS officially announced that Big Brother has been renewed for two more seasons.
The weird scheduling of the final week's worth of episodes of Big Brother 16 has left a pretty sizable gap between episodes. It's kind of taken some of the wind out of the momentum building up to the finale. But the finale is nearly upon us and tomorrow night, Big Brother Season 16 will have a winner. Who will it be? We're about to speculate.
Following last night's live episode, which saw the Final Four's numbers reduced by one, the remaining three houseguests went out back to compete in the first part of the 3-part Head of Household competition.
Big Brother delivered its second eviction of the week, and the last one we'll see before the grand finale a week from today. Who won the last Veto competition of the season? Who made it to the Final 3? And was someone blindsided tonight? We'll get to that, but first let's talk about the wrap-up from last night's episode.
As promised, the Big Brother live feeds came back on last night after the eviction episode aired. We now know who won the Veto and who is likely to be evicted tonight during the live episode.
Big Brother's alternate reality TV week has come to an end, and the Rewind certainly panned out better for some houseguests than others. Had the Houseguests not pushed the button, Victoria likely would have gone home last week and who knows what would have happened from there? But the button was pushed.
As we reported, the Big Brother live feeds went dark yesterday, after which we expected one of the nominated houseguests to be evicted for tonight's pre-taped episode. The feeds have been down all day today, but they came back up for a few minutes, and there were only four Houseguests
During last week's live Big Brother episode, Julie Chen laid out the next few episodes' worth of events. That includes two evictions this week, the first of which will air tomorrow night. It's looking like tomorrow night's eviction will be pre-taped and may actually be happening in the Big Brother house now.
The shifted episode schedule is throwing off my whole sense of time as it relates to what's going on in the Big Brother house. But it is an episode day, and those of you who watch tonight's episode will find out who won Head of Household in the Shovel competition rewind, and who they nominated. But do you want to know who won the Veto?
There was actual drama in the Big Brother house today. And given the lack of a live episode tonight, that's much appreciated. Ready to know who won Head of Household and who they nominated? There were also some great shenanigans, which we should get to see on Sunday night's episode.
Survivor was not the first reality show, but when its debut season finale played to more than fifty million people, it launched an arms race between networks to green light as many new shows in the blooming genre as possible. It was like the Wild Wild West at first.