Big Brother’s new season hasn’t even started, but there is already a significant twist.
In a departure from prior seasons, the long-running summer staple will declare it’s Season 22 Cast live on the premiere. Somewhat instead of revealing the houseguests days in advance per tradition. The statement was made Thursday in a post on Big Brother’s social media accounts.
Though it’s not still clear how various houseguests will live in the BB house this summer. We do remember Season 22 will serve as the program’s second all-stars version, following Big Brother 7 in 2006. The Cast will cover winners, finalists, great personalities, legends, and some of the best never to win the game, as per CBS.
Inherent Cast members have been isolating since last week because of the series plans for its second all-stars part in a COVID-19 pandemic. Houseguests will also be examined before entering the house. Once inside, they will be tested weekly throughout the season. There will be no communication between the cast and crew members, and all delivery supplies will be sanitized. The live programs won’t have studio viewers. Staff and crew members will also be periodically examined. Also, a COVID-19 compliance officer will be on the team to observe protocols.
After the live debut, Big Brother will serve its typical TV schedule, broadcasting on Sundays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, only at 8/7c. Julie Chen Moonves will once again anchor the live removals on Thursdays.
The all-stars season comes 14 years after the first, won by Mike “Boogie” Malin, who earlier finished eighth in Season 2.
Release Date of the Show Big Brother
Big Brother all-stars will premiere on CBS August 5, Wednesday. It will be with a two-hour live move-in exceptional starting at 9:00 p.m ET. Stay tuned with us for more on the upcoming season, and more happening in television and movies.