We are ecstatic to announce Big Brother: Over the Top! Make sure to tune in this fall on CBS All Access! ‘Big Brother’ Digital Edition Gets Title, Premiere Date On CBS All Access
Everyone’s favorite Summer show has been renewed for two more seasons! In addition to Big Brother’s digital edition (that will be premiering in Fall of 2016) we are happy to announce that Big Brother 19 will air in 2017 and Big Brother 20 will air in 2018! Get ready to expect the unexpected!
Interview with Rich & Allison | Hollywood Reporter “Big Brother 17″ bosses on twist that went away and why Vanessa doesn’t own her game. After this season’s big personalities took over the small screen all summer long, executive producers Allison Grodner and Rich Meehan tell The Hollywood Reporter about the twists in the show, but also the[…]
Allison & Rich Interview on BB 17 | ET Big Brother producers on Transgender Houseguest, New Twists & Next All-Star Edition Entering its 17th installment, CBS’ long-running summer staple features a new crop of houseguests — 14 of whom were revealed last week — with a never-before-seen twist that will surely keep them on their toes. Read[…]
Congrats to our Competition and Art Departments on winning the award for Most Creative Challenge last night at the 2015 Reality TV Awards! Production Designer Narbeh Nazarian and Head Competition Producer Heath Lumen were there to accept the award. Very exciting and much deserved!
Interview with Allison Grodner | Buzzfeed After 15 seasons, CBS’s ode to voyeurism is as popular as ever. Following its most controversial season yet, Big Brother executive producer Allison Grodner on where the show is heading, how the next set of twists provide a necessary revamp, and why she’ll never let go of the reins. See[…]
BB 16 Q&A | The Hollywood Reporter Big Brother producers on controversy, bigger competitions, and ‘twisted’ season 16 (Q&A) Click on the link below! http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/big-brother-16-producers-controversy-713939
FROM THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER CBS’ Big Brother continued its summer dominance, but it was Fox that won Wednesday in the key demo. Big Brother (7.2 million total viewers, 2.7 rating in adults 18-49 demographic) rose 8 percent in its latest installment, which saw Jeff winning the veto and Kalia replacing him on the eviction block with “mega floater”[…]