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Big Brother Moves To Prime

Big Brother Moves To Prime

Prime TV is proud to announce the return of realities greatest hit, Big Brother, which premieres on Prime TV next Monday 3rd May.

New Zealand audiences will see the all new 2004 season of Big Brother exclusively on Prime TV, launching with a 90-minute special: The Secret Revealed at 6.00pm on Monday night. Big Brother continues nightly at 6.30pm, Monday to Saturday, which will include nominations, evictions and special events.

In acquiring Big Brother, Prime TV CEO Chris Taylor says “Prime is thrilled to have the opportunity to run the next installment of this landmark series”

Big Brother is globally the world’s most watched reality TV show, with over two billion viewers worldwide last year, and it’s no surprise when you consider the TV firsts that have happened. There’s been love matches, bust ups, conceptions and even one ex-housemate going on to a life in politics.

Adding a twist for Big Brother in 2004 is the major surprise with the question on everyone’s lips “What is the secret?” There’s even a rumor that Paris Hilton may make a celebrity appearance on the show while she is filming on the Gold Coast.

As reality TV has developed, so have the housemates who have wised up and know that their every action could see them exit the show. Executive Producer Kris Noble says of the new housemates, “I'm really impressed. I think they're a great bunch of people... They all are really good talkers. They all know how to get their meaning across and articulate things well."

One thing is for sure, Big Brother is going to be the ‘must watch’ TV show of 2004 and it’s right here on Prime TV.


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