Isabella Wang was humiliated Thursday night as she watched her boyfriend cheat on her on live television.
The Big Brother house will keep its doors open for at least one more summer. CBS has renewed the long-running reality series for Season 22, set to air in Summer 2020. Julie Chen Moonves, who has hosted the show since its inception, also will be back for the 22nd cycle. Big Brother is currently approaching […]
Fans are not happy about the return of a controversial contestant, who has a history of making offensive and racist remarks.
It's prank week and, on Sunday night, jaws dropped as the houseguests found out about the game's latest surprising twist.
Following the live "Big Brother" eviction, fans took to Twitter and flooded the feed with watermelon pictures.
CBS and "Big Brother" are still getting heat over racism and, after Thursday night's first real eviction, the viewers doubled down.
"Big Brother" debuts a brand new game-changing twist, but fans can't stop expressing their anger towards "offensive" contestant Jack Matthews.
"Big Brother" faces backlash over racism after the only black male contestant is evicted on the second day.
While the key elements are the same — contestants get locked in a house, host Julie Chen serves as their lifeline/overlord — "Over the Top" will have some new, digital-friendly features to encourage viewers to stay glued to the weekly episodes and 24/7 live stream. First up, subscribers can choose the 13th houseguest (after subscribing to All Access, of course), and they’ll also play a role in the weekly evictions — and the ultimate winner of $250,000.