With the Big Brother revival only a few days away, more information about the forthcoming season is being disclosed.
It’s been two decades since the first season of the reality series aired in the United Kingdom, and the forthcoming season will expose the country to a fresh set of housemates who have signed up to isolate themselves from the outside world in exchange for a shot at fame and money.
Throughout their stay in the house, the group will spend a lot of time conversing with Big Brother himself, which will be on display when they visit the renowned Diary Room.
When they do, they will be greeted by a brand-new chair design that is, to say the least, eye-catching.
The chair is composed of 100% post-consumer recycled polyester and was inspired by the show’s new emblem, which is a bright eye.
TheDiary Room, which hosts the show’s most intimate and revealing moments, lets inmates speak directly with Big Brother to discuss the latest house pranks, cast nominations on their other housemates, and more.
Other features have been promised in recent weeks, with images of the set displaying a hot tub in the yard and a pier hinting the housemates may be coming via water.
Big Brother will be followed each night by Big Brother: Late & Live, an exciting new commission hosted live from the location of the house in front of a studio audience by AJ Odudu and Will Best.
It will be the only site to witness the evictees’ first live interview, as well as a slew of other unique features such as access to the camera runs, celebrity guest commentary and discussion, and the weekly nomination results.
Big Brother: Live Stream also returns to screens, showing seven nights a week exclusively on ITVX, allowing fans to view live video until the early hours of the morning.
Big Brother starts on Sunday, October 8, at 9pm on ITV1, ITV2 and ITVX.