Based on the Dutch series, thirteen strangers who are living in a studio-like house that's filled with cameras and microphones, compete in a series of physical and mental stunts, and some challenging trivia at a chance at $500,000 in this reality soap opera-like summer program. 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. The house guests begin to introduce other people at the Big Brother house. It's the first time they will get to know each other and they're not allowed to say not one word with them until they are in the Big Brother house. The thirteen will be living in the same house for the following two months. They may either find their best friend or worst enemy in that group; and in the end, it's one men for themselves... Written by
Gary Richard Collins II (email@example.com)
1 house. 10 strangers. 28 cameras. They live. You watch. (Season 1)
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Did You Know?
The dumbest move in Big Brother history is stated to be in season 3 when contestant Marcellus was able to use the golden power of veto save himself after winning it (the first time it had been introduced) while he was on the block and ultimately decided not to only to be evicted moments later. Ten seasons later, Lawon ultimately made the dumbest move in Big Brother history as he volunteered to be put up for nomination regarding the upcoming twist that season and was ultimately sent home the same night. See more
[season 7, week 5, about Janelle, in the diary room
This Anna Nicole Smith wannabe is probably THE dumbest person to ever play this game.
At the end of every eviction episode, Julie Chen
ends the episode by saying 'lets eavesdrop on the house guests' and while the credits are rolling there is a live feed on the house guests. See more
Referenced in The Starving Games
Big Brother theme
by David Vanacore
and Ken Berry See more