The series follows a group of contestants, known as HouseGuests, who are living together in a custom-built home under constant surveillance. The HouseGuests are completely isolated from the outside world and can have no communication with those not in the house. The contestants are competing for a $500,000 grand prize, with weekly competitions and evictions determining who will win the show.
Strangers live inside a house, as we watch them compete and interact. The first year, it was interesting. Since then, it has gone downhill, as the sense of honesty and integrity have completely disintegrated. If anything, it displays today’s human behavior quite well.
Hated this season. The only thing the the house guest cared about was being insta-famous. The fact the Raven and her multiple lies went so far and Matt didn't do anything except for Raven...unbelievable. And Christmas broken foot went to the final three....And lets not talk about Paul.
The highlight of the season is Paul being a bridesmaid yet again....So glad Josh (who I don't like) won over Paul....
well the real winner should have been Paul! In my view his only true mistake was his good bye messages where he should have come clean rather than to play ignorant to the mastermind plan that was as we knew all along his own... his mistake was not to take in the variable of Josh's messages where he seemingly made the plays his own...
As for the other players in this game... what a bunch of sore losers... I hope none of them ever get another shot at this game... to not give the win to the one who truly was the clear winner out of spite (in Cody, Mark and Elena's case) or out of outrage for being played (in Jason and Alex's case) is poor sportsmanship!
Once they get over their anger and realize that Paul did what he had to do because the reality was that not a one of them would have taken him to the end, they should be embarrassed by their poor decision... Josh no offense but he was nothing but Paul's puppet the whole entire time.. Paul did everything to keep Josh in the game..
my humble opinion is the Paul should have yet another shot at this at sometime in the future... hopefully then he'll get the respect he deserves at the end.. Also surprising was Cody's win... I would have voted for Paul to have America's choice award... Cody was a narrow minded control freak... even Jessica was big enough to recognize Paul for the winner he was!
I rated this season at 3.5 because really ladies hooking up with man meat to save them and then the rest of them men and women alike clearly left their brains parked at home!
Show stinks, it's the same thing season after season they never put more than one old person 40 or older on everyone else is in there 20's or 30's, it's the same old boring personalities, the comps seem to be completely rigged and all production favorites are usually saved by some HOHS, POV or other twists which are created to keep there production/ fan favorites safe. This show is complete fake and it's rigged but few care as long there favorite doesn't leave.
Pretty fun season of Big Brother. Very interesting characters and a very well played game by one of the contestants, who sadly did not win. I was pretty happy with the result of the game, and the top 3 players all did a great job throughout the season.
A good season with extremely intelligent players, you wouldn't expect so much strategy to come up in one episode alone. But, funnily enough, the same went for unintelligent people making dumb moves. The 16th season made for an entertaining watch!
If you watch big brother you will either hate it, or become a super-fan, there's really no in between with this show. It's wrong, in all of the right ways! Love, betrayal, friendships, comedy, cat-fights, competitions, strategy, underdogs, beasts, bros, and a little bit of "ZING!" - it's got it all!
Entertaining reality show with fun competitions, but it is just on so many times a week. I have too much to do to watch it 3 times a week! I always try but end up falling behind mid season, and give up til the finale.