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Fourteen contestants live in a house rigged with cameras, and viewers get to vote on who leaves, as well as give the contestants feedback about the game.
Following another elimination, the contestants try to solve a series of picture puzzles in a game called "Spinner Code." Then the winning team's captain must make a decision about the prize.
At Friday's ABC executive session at the Television Critics Association's summer press tour, ABC President of Entertainment Paul Lee was asked about the "Glass House" controversy. The voyeuristic real More »