CBS has ordered two more seasons of Big Brother, which will keep the reality series on the air through the summer of 2016. The network announced the renewal on Wednesday afternoon, just hours before Season 16's 90-minute season finale.
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Worried that it's too late to get in on the new season of Big Brother? We've got you covered.
Even though the first houseguest of the season has been evicted (see ya, Joey!) the video below will get you up to speed on everything you need to know about "the most twisted season ever." The fact that this season feature two heads of households and four nominees has kept everyone on edge, but big personalities like Frankie, the older brother of pop sensation of Ariana Grande, have made the first weeks a ton of fun to watch.
Big Brother: See the sexy new cast in their bathing suits!
Big Brother continued its "most twisted summer ever" on Thursday as it introduced viewers to the remaining contestants and revealed more about changes to the game this season.
Like last night, I will have some snap judgments on the new players, but first (!), some more details about this whole two Heads of Household twist....
Big Brother is back for what host Julie Chen (repeatedly) says will be the "most twisted summer ever." And the first twist of the season has already let us down.
Sure, there will be two Heads of Household this season, one of which may or may not be safe each week. Plus: America will get to select a secret three-person alliance to control throughout the summer. And even though it was only hinted at during Wednesday's premiere, eventually the two HOHs will compete in a new competition called "Battle of the Block" (which will play out for the first time ever in HD!) All of that falls somewhere on a spectrum from mildly amusing to pretty cool, but one decision about this season just doesn't sit right with us: It's premiere night and we only get to meet half the houseguests!
Big Brother: See the new houseguests in their bathing suits!
We understand the thinking...