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 Episode18x42 Finale, Winner Revealed Aired: Sep. 21, 2016
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- Following the seventh season in 2006, Arnold Shapiro stepped down as executive producer after holding the title since season 1. His partner Allison Grodner, who joined the show in season 2…
[show]Following the seventh season in 2006, Arnold Shapiro stepped down as executive producer after holding the title since season 1. His partner Allison Grodner, who joined the show in season 2 than took over as sole executive producer starting with season 8. The casting director Robyn Kass has also been casting the show since it's second season.
- Season 6 remains the most bitterly divided house in the history of the show with two dominate alliances, The Friendship and the Sovereign Six battling throughout the 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.