Big Brother, which began in 2000, has become an annual tradition for fans; every summer they are treated to new houseguests, new challenges, and new evictions! Each week, there is a Head of Household challenge, where all of the players compete for the power in the house. The HoH then nominates two other houseguests for eviction.
Last Episode15x36 Episode #35 - Winner is Announced … Aired: Sep. 18, 2013
After a summer of outrageous behavior, romance, tears, and epic battles, it all comes down to who becomes the final head of household, and who …
Series Fun Facts
- Season 7 introduced Big Brother slop as the food restriction that replaced peanut butter and jelly from seasons 2-6. All-Stars is also the only season where the HOH bedroom is specifically…
[show]Season 7 introduced Big Brother slop as the food restriction that replaced peanut butter and jelly from seasons 2-6. All-Stars is also the only season where the HOH bedroom is specifically re-designed each week to match the HOH winner and their individual personality.
- Double Evictions began in the fifth season.
- Season Twists: S1-Differed completely from later seasons, where eliminations were called "banishments" instead of "evictions" and occurred via the viewers instead of votes. S2-First season to…
[show]Season Twists: S1-Differed completely from later seasons, where eliminations were called "banishments" instead of "evictions" and occurred via the viewers instead of votes. S2-First season to feature the Head of Household (HoH) and in which a HouseGuest, Justin Sebik, was expelled from the game. Also the only season to have nullified votes in the finale. S3-"Expect The Unexpected": First season to feature the Power of Veto (PoV) and the only season to have every evicted HouseGuest vote for a winner. S4-"The X-Factor": In which five people were joined by ex-boyfriends or ex-girlfriends. S5-"Project DNA: Do Not Assume": In which two HouseGuests discovered they were related by blood, and one had an identical twin. S6-"Summer of Secrets": In which every HouseGuest started out with a secret partner; had one of these pairs made the Final 2, the winner would win $1,000,000, while the runner-up would receive $250,000. S7-"All-Stars": Were all 14 house guests had been on previous seasons. S8-"Your Own Worst Enemy": Featured three nemeses (Dick, Dustin and Jessica), and the first season to include America's Player. S9-"Till Death Do You Part": Where house guests are paired together in a "couples" twist where they are hoh, nominated and evicted in twos. S10-"Back To Basics": All house guests are complete strangers since season three. No season twist. S11-"High School x1000": Featured high school cliques, whereas an entire clique was safe from eviction if one of their members becomes HoH. First season to feature Pandora's Box. S12-"Summer of Sabotage": Featured the "Big Brother Saboteur", whose mission was to not win the grand prize, but perform various tasks to disrupt the lives of the other HouseGuests in order to win $50,000. S13-"Double Trouble": Featured three Dynamic Duos from previous seasons returning to play again. This also resulted all the other HouseGuests to pair in duos as well for the first four weeks. A new element into the game called the Golden Key awards the nominee safe after the live eviction a key to the Top 10. This means this HouseGuest skips all competitions and is exempt from evictions until the end of Week 4. S14 - "Veteran Coaches": Featured four former players as coaches for the twelve new houseguests. If one of their players wins the top prize then their coach also gets $10,000.