Wow! What a jam-packed hour of Big Brother! We got the first live eviction of the season, learned which houseguest is secretly taking turns in the game with their twin and ended with a two new Heads of Household. Let’s get right to it! Find out all the details inside this article!
Getting naked isn’t always the brightest idea. Turns out, some people are probably going to be turned off by the excessive exposed skin. Too bad Jace didn’t realize that before stripping down to his birthday suit and racing around the Big Brother 17 backyard squealing at the top of his lungs. Sure, being naked wasn’t the main reason Jace became a target, but it was an annoying element that contributed to it. What was the plan that suddenly hatched against him? All the details are inside…
There was a lot crammed into this third episode of Big Brother 17… The sad thing is that not much of it was worth any time. We had tons of waste-of-time nonsense before getting to the nominations and first Battle of the Block. Find out who is at risk for eviction inside this full recap!
Ah, part two of the Big Brother 17 premiere kicked off with more silly “surprise” reactions as the second set of houseguests dished out phony reactions when getting their key into the house. I’m so over that nonsense. Please just introduce the cast to us. After the six final houseguests moved in, the group discovered there were two empty seats still at the kitchen table… Hmmm… Two mystery houseguests? Find out the “amazing” (hint hint) twist that was unleashed inside this recap!
Big Brother just got bigger. In a show that already feels like it sucks up enough summer hours, CBS has extended the game to a record-setting 98 days. Holy crap that’s a lot of Big Brother! With an all-new cast, Big Brother 17 began its two-night debut with a trio of twists. What is BB Takeover? What is the super secret twist that has actually been done before? Plus, if you haven’t heard yet, one of this season’s houseguests is the show’s first transgendered competitor. Find out who it is inside our recap…
Nigel Lythgoe knows a thing or two about reality television — after all, he’s heavily involved with So You Think You Can Dance and American Idol. Although he’s appreciative of several additional reality shows, the SYTYCD judge is especially impressed with Survivor.
Throughout the two weeks leading up to the Survivor: Worlds Apart finale, millions of votes poured in from fans who hand-picked the cast for season 31, which has officially been titled Survivor: Cambodia — Second Chance. The cast of 20 former players was announced live at the end of the Worlds Apart reunion show, leaving 12 other eligible contestants essentially voted out of next season by the viewers. Jump inside this article for a full breakdown of who is in and who is out.
Survivor: Worlds Apart just wrapped, but there’s already lots of talk about the show’s next edition — season 31. A batch of 20 former castaways picked by viewer votes are returning to the game for Survivor: Cambodia — Second Chance. After the Worlds Apart finale, Survivor creator Mark Burnett briefly spoke to the media on the red carpet with a quick tease about Survivor: Second Chance. See what Burnett told us in our one-on-one chat about the upcoming season inside this story!
She was the only person who voted for Carolyn Rivera to win Survivor: Worlds Apart. Given the opportunity to re-vote today, what did 5th-place finisher Sierra Dawn Thomas say she would do? Would she keep her vote for Carolyn or swap it or eventual winner Mike Holloway? Additionally, she explained the Mike she saw on the island vs. the Mike viewers saw on TV. You can watch our one-on-one red carpet interview with Sierra inside this article! Enjoy!
He admittedly sucked in challenges, but Rodney Lavoie Jr. was incredible at his impression of Survivor: Worlds Apart winner Mike Holloway. We kicked off our one-on-one finale red carpet interview with Rodney asking him to unleash his shtick — and it is well worth watching! Rodney, who finished the season in fourth place, also revealed some behind-the-scenes drama surrounding the fire-making challenge that cost him the game. Plus, Rodney explained how he was discovered by casting.