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'Big Brother' 2017 - Who Went Home in the Season 19 Premiere?


The first houseguest was sent home during tonight’s season 19 premiere of Big Brother.

In a crazy twist, a former houseguest actually entered the house and took the place of someone else!

That past player got to save eight players, while the others had to compete for safety. In the end, Christmas, Cameron, and Jillian ended up on the block.

They voted to have a house eviction instead of compete in a competition. So who went home?

Click inside to find out which houseguest was eliminated on BB19 tonight…More Here! »

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Which Former 'Big Brother' Houseguest Returned in Season 19?


A past player on Big Brother has officially returned for season 19 this summer.

It was revealed during a twist in the game. The house had a decision – or a “temptation” – in which they could anonymously win $25,000.

But if they did, there would be consequences – one of which was a 17th houseguest being released into the game. Kevin took it!

And it a very familiar face entered the house….

Click inside to find out which former houseguest returned for summer 2017 on BB19…More Here! »

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'Big Brother' 2017 Cast - Meet Season 19's Contestants

Big Brother is set to return TONIGHT (June 28) on CBS and you can meet all of the houseguests entering the game right here!

16 contestants will compete for the chance to win $500,000 and the action begins at 8/7c with the second part of the two-night premiere airing on Thursday.

Julie Chen will once again be back as the host of the hit show!

Fans who have a subscription to CBS All Access can watch interviews with the cast before the premiere begins. Make sure to pick your favorites early!

In case you missed it, read our new interviews with five former winners!

Click through the slideshow to meet the contestants…

'Big Brother' Winners Talk Strategy, Shomances, & Bitter Juries

Tonight marks the big premiere of Big Brother 19.

We caught up with five former winners – Dan Gheesling, Derrick Levasseur, Andy Herren, Will Kirby, and Rachel Reilly – to talk about what it takes to make it to the end and walk away with $500K.

We covered everything from strategy and alliances, to twists, showmances, and yes, even another potential All-Stars season.

Big Brother premieres tonight, June 28 at 8 p.m. on CBS.

If you were coaching a new player going into the game, what would be the single best piece of advice you’d give them?

Derrick: Whenever you feel like speaking up or saying something that might hurt your game – take a second, remember why you’re there and who you’re playing for. Most of the time you’ll decide it’s better to stay quiet. People who know how to keep their mouth shut usually go far in the game.

Dan: I would say talk as little as possible and listen way more than you think you should. In the house, people do the exact opposite. It’s a house full of Type-A personalities. People will just run their mouths for days. If you can be quiet and listen…it doesn’t make for good TV, but if you want to win the show, you’re going to do well. Just chill out the first three to four weeks. Listen, make friends, don’t do anything out of line, don’t get into fights, and you’ll do fine. You’ll be in a position where you’ll have a shot to win.

Dr. Will: Milli Vanilli stills sells albums but true fans know. They always know. And worse? I’ll know. And you’ll know. And it will always haunt you.

Rachel: I always tell newbies to give it their all, play with their hearts, be themselves, don’t put on a show, and compete like every competition you could go home!

Andy: Listen to people. Don’t try to take control of the game right away. Sit back, gauge who you like and who you can trust, and work with those people. If you’re a good social player, those players will also gravitate toward you, even if they’re in an alliance that formed immediately. It is dumb to form an alliance right away, because chances are some people in that alliance will annoy others. If you form an alliance with your favorite people a week in, it has a good shot at being effective…This will get you through a good 2/3 of the game, and then you need to work on getting some of these people out during the final third.

Click inside to read the rest of our interviews…More Here! »

'Big Brother 19' Temptation Twist Revealed - See House Pics Too!

We’re starting to learn about the twists for this summer of Big Brother!

Host Julie Chen, and executive producers Rich Meehan and Allison Grodner, are opening up about how we can once again – expect the unexpected.

“It’s a summer of temptation! Not only does the house represent that, but the rooms carry through with some of those themes and we’re bringing that all the way through with the twists of the game this summer as well,” Rich told THR. “With temptation there are lots of different paths the season could go on depending on which temptations the houseguests take. We’ve never done anything quite like that throughout the course of the season. So we have plans and backup plans for all different things.”

“There will be choices like a Pandora’s Box leads to some choices,” Allison said. “Will you take the temptation? And if you do it will have a consequence. If you turn it down then something else will happen.”

Big Brother 19 premieres on Wednesday, June 28 at 8 p.m. on CBS.

In case you missed it, meet the new houseguests now!

Watch Julie give a house tour below:

Julie Chen Gives Tour of BB19 House

20+ pictures inside of the newly-decorated Big Brother house…More Here! »

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CBS Announces 'Big Brother 19' Summer 2017 Premiere Date

Big Brother fans, listen up!

CBS just revealed the premiere date for the upcoming 19th season in summer 2017.

The show will debut with a special two-hour premiere on Wednesday, June 28 @ 8PM. As usual, it will be broadcast three times a week, also on Thursdays @ 9PM and Sunday @ 8PM.

Meanwhile, the network also announced the premieres of its new event series Savation, the new live-action game show Candy Crush, and the third season of Zoo.

Salvation centers on tech superstar Darius Tanz (Santiago Cabrera) and MIT grad student Liam Cole (Charlie Rowe), who bring Pentagon official Grace Barrows (Jennifer Finnigan) a staggering discovery – that an asteroid is just six months away from colliding with Earth.

Candy Crush brings the game to life as teams of two people use their wits and physical agility to compete on enormous, interactive game boards featuring next generation technology to be crowned the champions.

Click inside to see all the new CBS summer premiere dates…More Here! »

VIDEO: Watch 'Big Brother' Cast Learn Donald Trump Won Election

The cast of Big Brother: Over the Top might have been the last people in the country to find out that Donald Trump won the presidential election, and they definitely were shocked by the news!

This is the first time that a season of the reality show was taped in the middle of an election, so in an unprecedented move, Julie Chen revealed the results to the houseguests.

“It’s pretty safe to say you are the only six people in the country, maybe in the entire world, who do not know who won,” Julie told the cast on Thursday night (November 10). “It’s time to find out.”

The season started on September 28, which means that the cast has no clue about the Access Hollywood tape or anything that happened after that.