Big Brother is returning to television, and while there will be many familiar faces, the new season will also shake things up.
The reality programme premiered in 2000 and has 19 seasons before the latest one aired in 2018.
Housemates like as Kate Lawler, Alison Hammond, and Josie Gibson became popular names as the season progressed.
Photos from the set have been providing specifics of what may be expected of the current group when they enter the new mansion in London.
A fresh photo shows the group maybe entering their new house in an unusual manner.
The set is located on the side of a canal, with a dock nearby, raising the possibility that the housemates may arrive by boat.
A lighting fixture was seen arching over the area in photographs uploaded on TV Zone, with lights pointing both towards the home and over the canal, implying a possible entry.
Other photographs released earlier this month revealed the return of an iconic fixture that played a prominent part in past seasons – the hot tub.
Pictures from the set, which is currently under construction, reveal a hot tub in the midst of the garden.
Previously, plenty of eye-catching situations occurred while the roommates took a plunge.
One of the most memorable occurred in 2005, when Makosi Musambasi became pregnant after an experience under the sea with eventual show winner Anthony Hutton.
When the photos were released, a source said the hot tub was ‘almost as important a part of the house as the Diary Room’.
‘Fans will be delighted it’s being reinstated, particularly as some of the biggest controversies seemed to centre around it,’ they said when speaking to The Sun.
‘There was the fear the producers may have lost some much-loved elements in their big show reboot.’
They added the hot tub was ‘clearly’ seen as a ‘key part of the BB infrastructure and a potential source of mischief in the new series’.
Big Brother starts on Sunday October 8 at 9pm on ITV1, ITV2 and ITVX.