Big Brother

big-brother-15-julie-chenBig Brother host Julie Chen has weighed in to the racism controversy surrounding the reality series this month.

Chen told the American morning program The Talk that it “stung” to hear the comments from Aaryn Gries.

“When I first heard found out that Aaryn [Gries], who is a 22-year-old girl, made anti-gay, anti-black and anti-Asian comments, I have to be honest, the Asian ones hit me the most. I heard about her describing Asians as ‘squinty-eyed’ and ‘go make a bowl of rice,’ ” Chen said. Continue reading »

BigBrother15The 16 houseguests have been revealed for the 15th season of Big Brother.

However, host Julie Chen has teased that there may be more houseguests than ever this summer, meaning we may be in for a few surprise arrivals. Continue reading »

ETCanada JillianOur very own Big Brother Canada winner Jillian MacLaughlin has been named as a special Entertainment Tonight Canada correspondent to cover Big Brother 15.

MacLaughlin, who triumphed in the first season of the Canadian series earlier this year, will be present at the exclusive media event in Los Angeles in order to get the low-down on the new housemates prior to the June 26 premiere on Global.

Coverage starts tonight on ET Canada at 7.30pm ET/PT.

Wednesday, September 19 – 9:30pm ET/PT *Season Finale, a 90-Minute Episode * on Global

It’s the night everyone’s been waiting for as the winner of Big Brother is announced. The plotting and scheming comes to an end leaving one houseguest $500,000 richer.

Wednesday, September 12 – 8pm ET/PT *Veto Night* on Global

After one of the most exciting weeks in Big Brother history, the double eviction of Frank and Joe leaves the remaining houseguests on pins and needles as Dan continues to be in the hot seat…for now. With less than a handful of players remaining, each one is getting closer to the coveted $500,000 grand prize.

Wednesday, September 5 – 8pm ET/PT *Veto Night*, Thursday, September 6 – 9pm ET/PT *Live Elimination Night*, Sunday, September 9 – 8pm ET/PT *Nomination Night* on Global

After Frank and Ian’s fall-out, the houseguests become more strategic in their alliances and tensions grow in the house.

Wednesday, August 29 – 8pm ET/PT *Veto Night* on Global

The double eviction of Mike and Ashley from the Big Brother House surprised many, but as the remaining houseguests advance to another round of challenges, tensions run high and emotions run even higher.

Wednesday, August 22 – 8pm ET/PT on Global

The chaos continues as an alliance crumbles and the houseguests turn against the coaches. With temptations thrown their way, the houseguests devise another plan, bringing one of them closer to the coveted cash prize.

Wednesday, August 8 – 8pm ET/PT *Veto Night* on Global

Now that all four coaches have entered the game as players, the game gets more interesting and all the houseguests find themselves pondering their next move, bringing them closer to the one million dollar prize.

Wednesday, August 1 – 8pm ET/PT *Veto Night* on Global

With Willie’s removal from the Big Brother house, Shane must find a new ally. The scheming for a chance at one million dollars continues and sparks fly between two houseguests.