With Big Brother: All-Stars changing into a distant reminiscence, followers have been wanting forward to the way forward for the CBS franchise.
Now, Julie Chen is opening up about making an attempt to make a 3rd season of Big Brother: Celebrity Edition official.
The host appeared on Nicole Anthony’s podcast, Hello Friends, the place she confirmed that she and the producers urged CBS to air the superstar iteration of the format once more.
“I’d love to see one other Celebrity Big Brother and I feel now could be the time to do it as a result of most celebrities, they are not residing that jet-set life-style of touring and having to go to their film premieres,” Chen shared.
Indeed, with COVID-19, extra celebrities are at residence than ever, and duking it out within the Big Brother home would most likely be sufficient to make folks signal on the dotted line.
While the primary two seasons of the collection have been suffering from actuality TV stars, it is potential that extra TV and film actors would have been open to competing.
The franchise just isn’t as standard because it as soon as was, however it might be an effective way to hold busy in the course of the downtime introduced on by the pandemic.
While CBS is closing the door on the spin-off, for now, it is potential that it might materialize down the road, with the community saying that it was not pursuing a brand new season at the moment.
But on condition that Survivor and The Amazing Race have every hit COVID-related delays, it is potential the community might use the Celebrity version to shore up its schedule sooner or later this 12 months.
Despite scripted originals returning to the community in current months, there are nonetheless a whole lot of holes to fill.
What we all know now could be that the civilian version will air later this 12 months as deliberate, in order that’s a constructive.
We can solely hope will probably be higher than All-Stars.
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