One of the most dramatic and explosive seasons of “Big Brother” has come to an end, and the finale was a total shock to everyone.
“Big Brother” puppet master Paul Abrahamian proved he actually has a conscience, breaking down in tears after admitting to his alliance partner that he betrayed her.
CBS made a huge announcement on Thursday night’s live episode of “Big Brother” — and fans immediately took to Twitter.
A former “SNL” star got to host this week’s “Big Brother” veto competition, and the comedian couldn’t help but make fun of the houseguests.
"Big Brother" contestant Jason Dent received a letter from home with life-changing news and was immediately brought to tears along with the rest of the house.
America’s favorite showmance is torn apart again just as the couple took their relationship to the next level.
A “Big Brother” contestant on the block for eviction suffers from an unexpected injury while dancing, threatening the live eviction results.
When one Big Brother ends… viewers usually have to wait a full year for another to begin. But not this time, BB fans! On Sept. 28 at 10 p.m., CBS will premiere Big Brother: Over the Top on CBS All Access. Click through to meet the 12 houseguests who will be starring in this digital-only version of Big Brother.
On Wednesday’s Big Brother, Paul fought to remain in the house after being nominated for eviction and stayed up all night studying the riddles given to them for the Power of Veto competition.
On Wednesday’s "Big Brother," Paulie’s game seemed to be falling apart around him, which caused many tears tears to fall. "I’ll fight until my last breath comes out," he said.
Tiffany made a gutsy, combative speech on Thursday’s Big Brother as the house was ready to follow Frank’s plan to vote her off. If I’m the target, then the whole house deserves academy awards. A night of scheming amongst the other contestants seemed to embolden Tiffany to challenge Frank during her pre-vote speech.
On Big Brother, the houseguests prepared for the second live eviction vote. Realizing he was alone, Victor delivered a sad soliloquy to no one in particular.