Big Brother

(2000)

Contestants must compete against each other for a chance to win $500,000 in a house wired with cameras and microphones, capturing their every move for a TV and Internet audience.

The ‘Big Brother 9’ Houseguests Revealed

The new season will premiere on Tuesday, February 12 at 9 PM ET. The show will air three times a week on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Sundays, with the Wednesday and Sunday shows airing at 8 PM ET. The weekly evictions will air live, and the first eviction show is set for Wednesday, February 20. Check out a video of the new houseguests below.

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‘Big Brother’ to Air Early Due to Strike

CBS is turning to its reality docket while the writers' strike consumes Hollywood. According to Variety, the network is planning to bust out its poplar summer reality series Big Brother earlier than expected.

The show could air as early as February. CBS has already started to quietly cast the upcoming season of the show. Executive producer Allison Grodner is also working on a twist, where a group of strangers will have to live in the house for three months.

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Dick Donato Wins CBS' ‘Big Brother 8’

It's been another crazy, fun-filled summer inside the Big Brother house. It all began with 14 Houseguests and two interesting twists and each week the drama intensified. Dick Donato emerged triumphant last night as the Big Brother 8 grand prize winner of $500,000 based on the votes of his former housemates on the jury. Daniele Donato will receive $50,000 as the second place winner.

After each of the jury members had the chance to ask the finalists questions, the seven members of the jury voted live on-air for whom they wanted to win. By a vote of 5-2, Dick became the grand-prize winner of $500,000. Eric, Dustin, Zac, Amber and Jessica voted for Dick while Jameka and Jen voted for Daniele.

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CBS Announces ‘Big Brother’ Cast

Amber, 27, from Las Vegas, a separated cocktail waitress.

Carol, 21, from Lawrence, Kansas, a single student.

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CBS Spying on ‘Big Brother’ for an Eighth Season

CBS is starting on production for an eighth season of their hit reality show, Big Brother.

Variety reports after last year's 'all-star' version featuring past contestants, the show will return to its normal 'real' people format this year. Julie Chen is on board to host the show.

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