"Big Brother" 2017 finally has a premiere date – it will return to CBS on Wednesday, June 28, 2017. A new teaser trailer for the show was released online yesterday, and promises the most diverse lineup ever. The reality show will premiere its 19th season this year, and many viewers are excited for the summer season, while the trailer gives viewers their first brief glimpse of who is going to participate in the show this season.

The famous reality show is finally here

In a statement, CBS representatives said that this summer would bring a fantastic “Big Brother” show, where fans will see lots of new housemates fighting and arguing with each other.

Seasoned host julie chen is returning to the helm, and fans can expect juicy romances, surprising eliminations, and epic challenges. The show has a pool of contestants and viewers are going to want to tune in to find out what happens.

Nicole Franzel, Steve Moses, Derrick Levasseur, Andy Herren, and Ian Terry are rumored to make guest appearances on the show, but nothing is confirmed. The United Kingdom version featured Emma Willis, and Rylan Clark-Neal. From the recently released clip, it looks that the show will deal with topics such as politics, and will certainly leave the door open for plenty of drama. Before this 20-second clip, loads of images were uploaded on the internet and went viral in no time. Both the trailer and stills represent modern America, creating excitement among fans.

The original series

“Big Brother” is one of the most popular reality TV shows. It is based on a Dutch television series of the same name developed by John de Mol in 1997. The show follows a group of contestants who live together in a custom-built house under strict supervision. The housemates have no internet connection, television, mobile phone, wrist watch, or any other accessories.

The winner of the show walks away with a cool $500,000.

Since its inception, “Big Brother” has been hosted by Julie Chen, who is one of the most popular reality TV hosts. Previously, the show was criticized for depicting violence in the house. Also, there were incidents of physical and mental strain, which ruined the reputation of the series to a certain extent.

Back in 2015, the format of the show was changed a bit to avoid all these problems. In 2004, the show got a spinoff titled “House Calls: The Big Brother Talk Show.”

Will you be tuning in when the 19th season premieres?

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