CBS Big Brother Season 24 Cast: Prize!
The forthcoming twenty-fourth season of the American reality television program Big Brother will be known as Big Brother 24. The season is scheduled to premiere live on CBS on July 6, 2022.
The show, hosted by Julie Chen Moonves, will follow a group of participants (known as HouseGuests) living in a house together while being continually videotaped and having no communication with the outside world as they fight to be the final contestant standing and earn a $750,000 grand prize.
The series champion, as selected by the previously expelled HouseGuests, is awarded $750,000, while the runner-up receives $75,000.
The winner of America’s Favorite HouseGuest contest earns $50,000.
The first episode of Big Brother’s brand new season will air on CBS on Wednesday, July 6, 2022, at 8:00 pm Eastern Time (ET).
In the upcoming season 24 of the popular reality competition, there will be 16 houseguests who come from a variety of different backgrounds and nations. These houseguests will devise plans to keep themselves safe and compete for the chance to win the championship and a staggering cash prize of $750,000.
The Big Brother series consistently earns high marks from viewers, and the upcoming season promises to be even more compelling than previous ones.
CBS made public the list of houseguests who will put their best foot forward despite the numerous twists and turns that will be introduced in the course of the competition just one day before the first episode.
After the first episode of the season airs on Wednesday, the show will return to its regularly scheduled airings three times each week.
The new episodes will be broadcast on Sundays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays at 8:00 pm and 9:00 pm Eastern Time (ET), respectively. On Thursdays, fans will be able to watch a live broadcast of the eviction of one of the house guests.
The following is a list of the cast members for the 24th season of Big Brother:
- Alyssa Snider (27) Ameerah Jones (31)
- Jasmine Davis, age 32;
- Brittany Hoopes, age 32;
- Daniel Durston, age 35;
- Indy Santos, age 31; (29)
- Joe Pooch Picciarelli (24)
- Kyle Capener (29)
- Matthew Turner and Joseph Abdin, both 24 years old (23)
- Michael Bruner (28)
- This is Monte Taylor (27)
- Nicole Layog (41)
- Paloma Aguilar (22)
- Taylor Hale (27)
- He is Terrance Higgins (47)
Joseph Abdin, 24, a newcomer, has taken over for Marvin Achi, a former contestant on Big Brother 24, who just performed on America’s Got Talent.
BB Fest is going to be the central focus of this season. Throughout the course of the summer, the participants will compete in a number of challenges, during which they will have the opportunity to make relationships, create alliances, and devise plans for the weekly eviction of houseguests.
In an interview with US Weekly, longtime host Julie Chen Moonves had this to say about the topic:
“During the course of the summer, each week will have a unique theme, such as a music festival, a comedy festival, or a renaissance festival, for example. But the Zing Fest is going to be my personal favorite, and I think the majority of people will agree with me on that.
The debut, which will last for a full hour and take place on Wednesday, will involve Julie hosting a live move-in for the houseguests as they enter the villa. On top of that, you’ll be able to watch it live and on-demand via the streaming service Paramount+.
The host disclosed, with reference to the recently remodeled residence, that it exudes a “mid-century Palm Springs air” and is adorned with neon lights. The name of the establishment will be BB Motel.
The home will be equipped with 113 microphones and 94 high-definition cameras. The host of Big Brother also admitted that once the houseguests go in, they would be put up against their “own individual competition.”
She added that the candidates wouldn’t precisely be separated into teams and that there was a twist in store for them on this matter. She didn’t offer very many details, though.
Julie also disclosed that the audience will be in for a big surprise on the night of the first elimination.
There will be huge surprises in store for the competitors, and the candidate who is eliminated “may not be one of the people that you assume who ends up getting bounced that night,” according to the host. On the night of the premiere, the new twist will cause the houseguests to be in a state of “scrambling.”
Big Brother is a reality television show that is produced by Rich Meehan and Allison Grodner for Fly on the Wall Entertainment. This show is produced in conjunction with Endemol Shine North America.
It will be interesting to see how the houseguests react to the game, as well as who emerges as the winner of this particular iteration of the competition.
Watch the premiere of the new season of Big Brother on CBS this coming Wednesday at 8 o’clock p.m. Eastern Time.