To put a new twist on an old phrase, YOU are watching “Big Brother” — so it’s been renewed for a 16th season, CBS announced Thursday.
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I had a chance to sit down with all twenty of the “Blood vs. Water” competitors before the game began. I’ll be posting exclusive interviews with each pairing in the days leading up to the September 18th season premiere.
Aaryn Gries is in for a rude awakening. As the latest contestant of “Big Brother” Season 15 to get voted out of the house on Thursday, Aug. 29, the Texan native was immediately confronted by host Julie Chen about her racist remarks within the “Big Brother” house — and then some.
A run of ethnically insensitive remarks has continued during filming for the CBS reality TV show “Big Brother,” raising questions about whether the network should be doing more to police it.
CBS Corp. President Les Moonves says the “social experiment” that is CBS’ “Big Brother” included appalling behavior this season but the network has responded appropriately.
“Big Brother” contestant Aaryn Gries hasn’t made many friends in the reality game, and probably won’t have many supporters waiting for her outside the show as well as a result… More
The racial tension that’s plagued the current season of CBS reality show “Big Brother” ratcheted up to new heights on Thursday, after houseguests Aaryn Gries and GinaMarie Zimmerman taunted African-American contestant Candice Stewart to a state of emotional distress.
It would seem that “Big Brother” contestant Aaryn Gries is going to be very confused when she eventually leaves the famed CBS house and by the fallout (including the loss… More
Racially insensitive language hurt some cast members’ reputations in the CBS game “Big Brother,” but it may not have been bad for television ratings.
On Sunday night, CBS finally decided to air some of the racist and homophobic comments made by several houseguests competing this season on “Big Brother 15.” While several cast members… More