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Big Brother: Season 22 Ratings

Big Brother: Season 22 Ratings
Given that Big Brother is typically CBS's highest-rated show of the summer and it also airs multiple times a week, it's highly unlikely to be cancelled and sure to be renewed for a 23rd season. Since this is the 20th year anniversary of the show and we're also in the middle of a pandemic, will the ratings be higher or lower than usual? Stay tuned. *Status Update Below.

A competitive reality TV series, hosted by Julie Chen Moonves, Big Brother typically airs three nights a week — Wednesdays (veto), Thursdays (eviction), and Sundays. The 22nd season is the second all-star season in the show's 20-year history. The returning players are Christmas Abbott, David Alexander, Nicole Anthony, Dani Briones, Cody Calafiore, Kevin "Kc" Campbell, Tyler Crispen, Bayleigh Dayton, Nicole Franzel, Memphis Garrett, Enzo Palumbo, Janelle Pierzina, Kaysar Ridha, Da’Vonne Rogers, Keesha Smith, and Ian Terry. Big
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Da’Vonne Rogers (‘Big Brother’) on winning America’s Favorite Houseguest: ‘Don’t make me ugly cry!’

Da’Vonne Rogers (‘Big Brother’) on winning America’s Favorite Houseguest: ‘Don’t make me ugly cry!’
“Don’t make me ugly cry!” Da’Vonne Rogers told “Big Brother” host Julie Chen Moonves after being named the winner of America’s Favorite Houseguest during the Season 22 finale. “Bb” fans cast nearly one million votes over the past week, with Da’Vonne and Tyler Crispen being their two most-loved players. Tyler had already won this coveted prize — and the $25,000 check that comes along with it — two summers ago, but this was Da’Vonne’s first victory.

See ‘Big Brother’ winners list: All 22 seasons, plus 3 spin-offs

When Julie asked Da’Vonne what she would do with the 25 grand, the former contestant proclaimed, “I just want to get home to my daughter! I just wanna go!”

Da’Vonne and the other jury members/finalists lived in the “Big Brother” bubble for the entire 85 days of game play, plus they quarantined for two weeks prior to the start of the competition due
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Big Brother: Season 23; CBS Reality Series Renewed for Summer 2021

Big Brother: Season 23; CBS Reality Series Renewed for Summer 2021
To no surprise, CBS will be inviting a whole new group of Houseguests over for the summer of 2021. The network has officially renewed the Big Brother TV series for a 23rd season with Julie Chen Moonves returning as host. Season 22 wraps tonight.

A competitive reality TV series, Big Brother typically airs three nights a week — Wednesdays (veto), Thursdays (eviction), and Sundays. The 22nd season is the second all-star season in the show's 20-year history. The returning players are Christmas Abbott, David Alexander, Nicole Anthony, Dani Briones, Cody Calafiore, Kevin "Kc" Campbell, Tyler Crispen, Bayleigh Dayton, Nicole Franzel, Memphis Garrett, Enzo Palumbo, Janelle Pierzina, Kaysar Ridha, Da’Vonne Rogers, Keesha Smith, and Ian Terry. Big Brother follows a group of people living together in a house outfitted with 94 HD cameras and 113 microphones, recording their every move 24
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‘Big Brother 22’ episode 36 recap: Who won Part 1 of final Head of Household competition? [Updating Live Blog]

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‘Big Brother 22’ episode 36 recap: Who won Part 1 of final Head of Household competition? [Updating Live Blog]
Last week on “Big Brother 22,” Christmas Abbott became the newest member of the jury thanks to Cody Calafiore, who cast the sole vote to evict. In doing so, he also cemented the final three houseguests of Season 22: Nicole Franzel, Cody and Enzo Palumbo. The last week inside the house will be chock-full of competitions, with the first part of the final Head of Household playing out on Monday night. The winner of this comp will advance automatically to Part 3 (which will air live on finale night), where they’ll face off against the winner of Part 2. So who took the early Hoh lead during the penultimate “BB22” episode?

See ‘Big Brother’ slop: What are the ingredients and rules?

Below, read our minute-by-minute “Big Brother: All-Stars” recap of Season 22, Episode 36 to find out what happened Monday, October 26 at 8:00 p.m. Et/Pt. Then be sure to sound off in
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Hurry, ‘Big Brother 22’ fans: Time is running out to vote for America’s Favorite Houseguest

Hurry, ‘Big Brother 22’ fans: Time is running out to vote for America’s Favorite Houseguest
If you haven’t yet voted for America’s Favorite Houseguest for “Big Brother” Season 22, what are you waiting for? Voting closes on October 27, 2020 at 9 am Pst, so you have precious little time to have a say in who wins the special prize of $25,000. Host Julie Chen Moonves will hand over the check on finale night shortly after the ultimate winner is crowned by the jury. Don’t forget, even though only three people remain in the game — Cody Calafiore, Enzo Palumbo and Nicole Franzel — you can cast your vote for any of the 16 All-Stars.

Visit cbs.com/bbvote and mark your 10 votes for who you want to be the 2020 recipient of America’s Favorite Houseguest. First-time voters will be prompted to login to CBS for free via Facebook or email. Once you cast your vote for the “BB22” houseguest of your choice, you’ll have the option of sharing it on social media.
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‘Big Brother 22’ winner predictions: Cody is overwhelming front-runner, but who’s in 2nd place?

‘Big Brother 22’ winner predictions: Cody is overwhelming front-runner, but who’s in 2nd place?
And then there were three. With the finale of “Big Brother 22” scheduled for Wednesday, October 28, all eyes are now on which player has what it takes to go the distance and win the $500,000 grand prize.

For almost the entire season Cody Calafiore has dominated Gold Derby’s predictions, and he still leads with 53/20 odds to win. Second place goes to Enzo Palumbo with 20/1 odds, followed by Nicole Franzel at 100/1 odds. Do you agree or disagree with the predictions of your fellow fans? There’s still time to make your own picks.

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Making it to finale night is nothing new for this trio of popular “All-Stars.” Nicole has actually won the game before (Season 18) and recently made history as the person to play the most days in the “Big Brother” house, shattering the records of Janelle Pierzina, Daniele Briones and Paul Abrahamian.
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‘Big Brother 22’: How to vote for America’s Favorite Houseguest — You decide who wins $25,000

‘Big Brother 22’: How to vote for America’s Favorite Houseguest — You decide who wins $25,000
The 22nd season of “Big Brother” is inching closer and closer to the finish line, where two huge questions will be answered: Who will join the “Bb” winners list and who will be named America’s Favorite Houseguest? While the winner’s fate is in the hands of the jury, this season’s most-loved player will be decided by You at home. Here’s how to vote:

From now until October 27, 2020 at 9 am Pst you can vote up to 10 times per day at cbs.com/bbvote for who you want to be named America’s Favorite Houseguest. That contestant will be handed a special prize of $25,000 on finale night by host Julie Chen Moonves. First-time voters will be prompted to login to CBS for free via Facebook or email. Once you cast your vote for the houseguest of your choice, you’ll have the option of sharing it on social media.
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‘Big Brother 22’ spoilers: October 22 episode will include Week 11 eviction vote between Christmas and Nicole and we know who’ll lose

‘Big Brother 22’ spoilers: October 22 episode will include Week 11 eviction vote between Christmas and Nicole and we know who’ll lose
Thursday’s live episode 34 of “Big Brother” will end with the eviction of the unlucky 13th houseguest in the first 10 weeks of the competition. Six men have been sent home to date: Kaysar Ridha (week 4); Ian Terry (week 6); both Kevin Campbell and David Alexander (week 8); and Tyler Crispen (week 9). And another half dozen women have been evicted from the BB22 house: Keesha Smith (week 1); Nicole Anthony (week 2); Janelle Pierzina (week 3); Bayleigh Dayton (week 5), Da’Vonne Rogers (week 7) and Dana Briones (week 8).

Joining Ian, Da’Vonne, Kevin, David, Dani, Tyler and Memphis on the jury will be either Christmas Abbott or Nicole Frankel. Keep reading if you want all the “Big Brother 22” spoilers, including who will be leaving the house in the Week 11 eviction on October 22.

It is hard to believe that less than a week has passed since Enzo Palumbo took the title of Head of Household for only the second time this season.
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‘Big Brother 22’ winner predictions: Cody Calafiore still leads ‘All-Stars’ odds [Updated Week 10]

‘Big Brother 22’ winner predictions: Cody Calafiore still leads ‘All-Stars’ odds [Updated Week 10]
For the first time in 14 years, “Big Brother” aired an “All-Stars” version that welcomed back former winners, runners-up and fan favorites for a summer of grueling competition. “BB22” was able to happen despite the coronavirus pandemic, as the 16 cast members were all quarantined for two weeks prior to the August 5, 2020 move-in day. The crew of the long-running reality TV show followed all safety regulations to make sure Season 22 went off without a hitch, with Julie Chen Moonves joking she’d been “cleared” to host.

All summer long at Gold Derby, superfans like You are making their predictions for who they think will ultimately win the $500,000 prize (as well as who’ll be eliminated next). Tour our photo gallery above for the current “Big Brother 22: All Stars” winner odds, which are based solely on the predictions of our users. Make your predictions right now — it’s free and easy. Be
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‘Big Brother 22’ spoilers: October 15 episode will include Week 10 eviction vote between Christmas and Memphis and we know who’ll lose

‘Big Brother 22’ spoilers: October 15 episode will include Week 10 eviction vote between Christmas and Memphis and we know who’ll lose
Thursday’s live episode 31 of “Big Brother” will conclude with the eviction of the 12th houseguest in the first 10 weeks of the competition. Five fellows have been sent packing so far: Kaysar Ridha (week 4); Ian Terry (week 6); both Kevin Campbell and David Alexander (week 8); and Tyler Crispen (week 9). And six women have been bounced from the BB22 house: Keesha Smith (week 1); Nicole Anthony (week 2); Janelle Pierzina (week 3); Bayleigh Dayton (week 5), Da’Vonne Rogers (week 7) and Dana Briones (week 8).

Joining Ian, Da’Vonne, Kevin, David, Dani and Tyler on the jury will be either Christmas Abbott or Memphis Garrett. Keep reading if you want all the “Big Brother 22” spoilers, including who will be leaving the house in the Week 10 eviction on October 15.

It is hard to believe that it was only last Thursday that Nicole won the title of Head of Household for the first time this season. Less than 24 hours later,
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‘Big Brother 22’ spoilers: October 8 episode will include Week 9 eviction vote between Christmas and Tyler and we know who’ll lose

‘Big Brother 22’ spoilers: October 8 episode will include Week 9 eviction vote between Christmas and Tyler and we know who’ll lose
Thursday’s live episode 28 of “Big Brother” will see the departure of the 11th houseguest in the first nine weeks of the competition. Four fellows have been bounced from the #BB22 house to date: Kaysar Ridha (week 4), Ian Terry (week 6) and both Kevin Campbell and David Alexander last week. And six women have been sent packing: Keesha Smith (week 1); Nicole Anthony (week 2); Janelle Pierzina (week 3); Bayleigh Dayton (week 5), Da’Vonne Rogers (week 7) and Dana Briones (week 8).

Joining Ian, Da’Vonne, Kevin, David and Dani on the jury will be either Christmas Abbott or Tyler Crispen. Keep reading if you want all the “Big Brother 22” spoilers, including who will be leaving the house in the week 9 eviction on October 8.

It is hard to believe that it was only last Thursday that Cody won the title of Hoh for the second week running. Cody was the runner-up in season 16 and, a half dozen years later,
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‘Big Brother 22’ episode 27 recap: Did the Veto save Tyler or Christmas on October 7? [Updating Live Blog]

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‘Big Brother 22’ episode 27 recap: Did the Veto save Tyler or Christmas on October 7? [Updating Live Blog]
Heading into Wednesday’s Veto episode of “Big Brother,” new Head of Household Cody Calafiore had nominated both Tyler Crispen and Christmas Abbott for eviction. It was a sort of reckoning for the Committee alliance, which dominated the entire season but now must start eating each other. Dani Briones was the first Committee member to get the boot (during the triple eviction). Will Tyler or Christmas be next, or did the Veto save one of them from the chopping block?

See ‘Big Brother’ slop: What are the ingredients and rules?

Below, read our minute-by-minute “Big Brother: All-Stars” recap of Season 22, Episode 27 to find out what happened Wednesday, October 7 at 8:00 p.m. Et/Pt. Then be sure to sound off in the comments section about your favorite houseguests on CBS’s long-running reality TV show, who annoys you the most and who you think will ultimately join the “Big Brother” winners list.
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‘Big Brother 22’ spoilers: October 7 episode will include Week 9 Power of Veto competition and ceremony results

‘Big Brother 22’ spoilers: October 7 episode will include Week 9 Power of Veto competition and ceremony results
Wednesday’s episode of “Big Brother” will be jam-packed as it includes both recaps of Saturday’s make-or-break Power of Veto competition and Monday’s jaw-dropping Pov ceremony results. Right after the end of last Thursday’s live episode, the Week 9 Head of Household competition took place.

Cody Calafiore, who had ruled in Week 8, won again. On Friday, he set his eviction nominations as Christmas Abbott and Tyler Crispen. We’ve been glued to the live feeds ever since and have all the “Big Brother” 22 spoilers, including everything you’ll see on episode 27 on October 7.

Cody was the season 16 runner-up and returned to the house half a dozen years later even more determined to win. When he was Hoh in Week 1, he presided over the eviction of Keesha Smith. His other nominee that week was Kevin Campbell. Seven weeks later, Cody was finally able to get rid of Kevin. This week,
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‘Big Brother 22’ spoilers: October 5 episode will include Week 9 Head of Household and their eviction nominations

‘Big Brother 22’ spoilers: October 5 episode will include Week 9 Head of Household and their eviction nominations
This Monday’s episode of “Big Brother” will begin by showing us the results of the Week 9 Head of Household competition that began right after the live show on October 1. We will also see the aftermath of the votes to evict Kevin Campbell, David Alexander and Dani Briones on the alliances inside the house. And we’ll get a look at the announcement by the Week 9 Hoh of the eviction nominations who will face off in a live vote on October 8.

Keep reading for a taste of all the fun in store for viewers of episode 26 on October 5. We’ve been glued to the live feeds and have all the “Big Brother” 22 spoilers on what else is to come on this new edition of #BB22.

As the outgoing Hoh, Tyler Crispen was ineligible to compete for the title. This meant that the other five remaining houseguests — Christmas Abbott, Cody Calafiore,
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‘Big Brother 22’ spoilers: Who won Week 9 Power of Veto competition on #BB22 and what does it mean for October 8 eviction?

‘Big Brother 22’ spoilers: Who won Week 9 Power of Veto competition on #BB22 and what does it mean for October 8 eviction?
If you’re like us, we know you just can’t wait till Wednesday’s episode of “Big Brother” to find out who won the Week 9 Power of Veto competition. So keep reading for all your “Big Brother” 22 spoilers. We’ve been glued to the #BB22 live feeds since they were turned on following last Thursday’s show. We know who the Head of Household is, who they named as eviction nominations, and who claimed the game-changing Pov.

Shortly after the live episode ended on October 1, we saw Cody Calafiore win the Hoh competition by being the fastest player. Cody had made it to second place on season 16. A half dozen years later, he is proving to be a savvy player again in the “Big Brother” house.

He started out strong in this All-Stars edition, winning Hoh in Week 1. Back then he oversaw the ouster of Keesha Smith in a unanimous vote.
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‘Big Brother 22’ spoilers: Who are the Week 9 nominations for eviction on October 8?

‘Big Brother 22’ spoilers: Who are the Week 9 nominations for eviction on October 8?
If you’ve been wondering who won the all-important Week 9 Head of Household competition and who they’ve nominated for possible eviction then keep reading. We have loads of “Big Brother” 22 spoilers for those of you who can’t wait till Monday’s episode. We’ve been watching the live feeds and have all the juicy details of what has been going on since the end of the live episode on October 1.

As #BB22 signed off on Thursday, we had just seen the number of remaining houseguests reduced by one-third from nine to six in the space of just two hours. First Kevin Campbell was sent packing in an unanimous vote engineered by the first Week 8 Head of Household Cody Calafiore.

A live Hoh competition then put Memphis Garrett in charge and he nominated David Alexander and Nicole Franzel. David was ousted in the closest vote to date, 3-2. Cody,
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‘Big Brother 22’ spoilers: October 1 episode will include Week 8 eviction vote between David and Kevin and we know who’ll lose

‘Big Brother 22’ spoilers: October 1 episode will include Week 8 eviction vote between David and Kevin and we know who’ll lose
Thursday’s live episode 25 of “Big Brother” will see the departure of the third man in the first eight weeks of the competition after the eviction of Kaysar Ridha (week 4) and Ian Terry (week 6). The five women to be bounced from the #BB22 house to date are: Keesha Smith (week 1); Nicole Anthony (week 2); Janelle Pierzina (week 3); Bayleigh Dayton (week 5) and Da’Vonne Rogers (week 7). Joining Ian and Da’Vonne on the jury will be either David Alexander or Kevin Campbell. Keep reading if you want all the “Big Brother 22” spoilers, including who will be leaving the house in the week 8 eviction on October 1.

It is hard to believe that it was only last Thursday that Cody won the title of Week 8 Hoh. He was the runner-up in season 16. A half dozen years later, he is hoping to finally win. He had already been the Head of Household once this season. That
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‘Big Brother 22’ spoilers: September 30 episode will include Week 8 Power of Veto competition and ceremony results

‘Big Brother 22’ spoilers: September 30 episode will include Week 8 Power of Veto competition and ceremony results
Wednesday’s episode of “Big Brother” will include recaps of both Saturday’s Power of Veto competition and Monday’s Pov ceremony results. Right after the end of last Thursday’s live episode, season 2 winner Will Kirby oversaw the Week 8 Head of Household competition, which was eventually won by Cody Calafiore. We’ve been glued to the live feeds ever since and have all the “Big Brother” 22 spoilers, including everything you’ll see on episode 24 on September 30.

Cody was the season 16 runner-up and he has returned to the house half a dozen years later even more determined to win. He has already been the Hoh once. That was back in Week 1 when he presided over the eviction of Keesha Smith. His other nominee that week was Kevin Campbell. Seven weeks on, Cody wants to finally get rid of Kevin.

On Friday Cody named his nominations with Kevin as the target
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‘Big Brother 22’ spoilers: Did Week 8 Power of Veto ceremony change eviction nominations?

‘Big Brother 22’ spoilers: Did Week 8 Power of Veto ceremony change eviction nominations?
Can’t wait till Wednesday’s episode of “Big Brother” to find out if the Week 8 Power of Veto ceremony sees a change in the nominations for the October 1 eviction? Then keep reading as we’ve got your “Big Brother” 22 spoilers and can tell you if either Kevin Campbell or David Alexander was thrown a lifeline? We’ve kept a keen eye on the #BB22 live feeds and we know who claimed the game-changing Pov over the weekend and the results of the eighth Power of Veto ceremony on Monday.

Shortly after the end of the live episode on September 24, Cody Calafiore won a hard-fought Head of Household competition. Given that Cody had nominated Kevin when he was Hoh in Week 1. Back then, was just the pawn and Keesha Smith was the target. She was evicted in a unanimous vote.

This time around Kevin is the target while David is the pawn.
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‘Big Brother’: See the America’s Favorite Houseguest list for all seasons

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‘Big Brother’: See the America’s Favorite Houseguest list for all seasons
Big Brother” Season 7 brought us the first ever “America’s Choice Jury Prize.” It was later renamed to “America’s Favorite Houseguest” to include all contestants as contenders for the coveted honor. On each finale night, host Julie Chen Moonves awards a $25,000 check to the “Bb” player with the most votes cast by America. As of 2020, Jeff Schroeder is the only player to win the prize twice. Who will be added to this list for the ongoing “All-Stars” season? Scroll through our photo gallery above to see the “Big Brother” America’s Favorite Houseguests list for all seasons.

See‘Big Brother’ winners list: All 21 seasons, plus 3 spin-offs

Janelle Pierzina (Season 7) — Fan favorite Janelle holds the honor of being the first houseguest to win the $25,000 prize in 2006. Janelle has played “Big Brother” four times but has not able to take home the big win. Finale date: September 12, 2006.

No winner (Season 8) — The
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