Big Brother

Musician/Former Bass Player for the Female Metal Group “Kittie”

Hometown: Brooklyn, N.Y.

Three adjectives that describe you: Smart, sexy and funny.

Favorite Activities: I LOVE TO PLAY MY GUITAR/BASS!! I also like to work out, bike, run and lift weights. I enjoy writing and my journal tends to work out as lyrics.

Most difficult part about living inside the Big Brother house: No contact with family and friends. It will be tough, but I have been on very long tours far away from my loved ones and survived, so I can do this. Continue reading »

Engineering Student at Tulane University

Hometown: Pittsburgh, Pa. (living in New Orleans, La.)

Three adjectives that describe you: Intelligent, eccentric and analytical.

Favorite Activities: I really enjoy biking whenever I get the chance. A grueling bike ride is excellent.

Most difficult part about living inside the Big Brother house: Being disconnected from sports, family, friends, internet and TV. Continue reading »

Unemployed

Hometown: Marion, Ark. (living in Naples, Fla.)

Three adjectives that describe you: Gregarious, interesting and engaging.

Favorite Activities: Going to the beach, exercising and being around people.

Most difficult part about living inside the Big Brother house: Making sure my hair is camera ready all the time. Continue reading »

Nurse

Hometown: Grant, Ala. (living in Tuscaloosa, Ala.)

Three adjectives that describe you: Loving, outgoing and passionate.

Favorite Activities: I love to dance. I could do that all day, everyday. I love photography, scrapbooking, working out and swimming. Anything that keeps me active.

Most difficult part about living inside the Big Brother house: Being cut off from the outside world and not being able to listen to music or take pictures. Continue reading »

Owner of a Mobile Spray Tanning Company

Age: 26

Hometown: Pittsburgh, Pa. (living in West Hollywood, Calif.)

Three adjectives that describe you: Vivacious, loving, charismatic, spark plug and enthusiastic. That was five – OOPS!

Favorite Activities: Hiking, yoga, painting, meditating, making dream boards, sunbathing, swimming, snowboarding and boating.

Most difficult part about living inside the Big Brother house: Not being able to have your own space and alone time. I love being around people, but I’m definitely one to have my special me time. Continue reading »

The 14th season of Big Brother returns with new houseguests, including Willie Hantz – younger brother of Survivor villain, Russell Hantz, four previous houseguests and one game-changing shocker.

The three-times-a-week reality series throws together a diverse group of competitive contestants who take over the house for a shot at the $500,000 grand prize. Continue reading »

Thursday, July 12 – 9pm ET/PT on Global

The 14th season of Big Brother returns with new houseguests, including Willie Hantz – younger brother of Survivor villain, Russell Hantz, four mystery previous houseguests and one game-changing shocker. The three-times-a-week reality series throws together a diverse group of competitive contestants who take over the house for a shot at the $500,000 grand prize. Follow up episodes will air the following Sundays — 8pm ET/PT and Wednesdays — 8pm ET/PT with eviction night, Thursdays — 9pm ET/PT.

Wednesday, September 14 – 9:30pm ET/PT on Global

*At a Special Time, 90-Minute Season Finale*

After 74 days of crazy twists and turns, the $500,000 prize winner of Big Brother 13 will be announced. The winner of America’s favourite houseguest (as voted on by viewers) for the special prize of $25,000 will also be announced during the live broadcast.

Wednesday, September 7 – 8pm ET/PT *Veto Night* on Global

A surprise double eviction has led to tension among alliances and the veterans are fighting for their lives. No one is safe, as there can only be one winner of the $500,000 cash prize.

From History Television’s second #1 night in a row and HGTV Canada’s record-breaking premiere of Urban Surburban, to Global’s monstrous summer performance, Shaw Media’s ratings ride continued Wednesday night with another sensational night across many of its channels.

Global’s massive hit series Big Brother continues to be the summer’s blockbuster program, winning the night nationally with 1.3 million viewers 2+ and almost 800,000 in the adults 18-49 demo. In addition, all three plays of Big Brother rank among the top 10 this summer – nationally and in Calgary, Toronto and Vancouver.

On Wednesday night, Shaw Media’s programming dominated the specialty landscape again, earning the top eight spots across all specialty for adults 25-54 and men 25-54. History Television’s unstoppable fall lineup of compelling and addictive programming continues to lead the pack, owning Wednesday night with six of the top ten specialty programs in the A25-54 category. The premieres of new seasons of Ice Road Truckers and Swamp People brought in almost half a million viewers each (2+), and 219,000 and 174,000 (A25-54) respectively.

HGTV Canada’s new series Urban Suburban became an instant hit, raking in 201,000 (2+) and 113,000 (A25-54) viewers at 10pm, making it the highest Canadian premiere on HGTV over the past year.

As the ultimate destination for the best cable dramas, Showcase’s brand-new series Royal Pains premiered with 335,000 (2+) and 150,000 (A25-54), making it the highest-ranked scripted program across specialty for the night in both the 2+ and A25-54 demos. This program was also ranked top 10 across all key demos.