Big Brother Africa has been “amplified”, “revoltionized” and even enjoyed an “All stars” edition.
M-Net has just announced that Big Brother Africa will be hitting DStv screens in May. With TV commercials promoting the series’ return now screening on M-Net, entry for the new season opens in just a few short days.
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So just what can viewers expect from the reality TV powerhouse that continues to draw widespread audience interaction, fan fervor and some of the most entertaining personalities on African television? According to series executives, viewers can once again get set for drama, action and entertainment with twists and turns galore!
“This show is definitely a high demand property that draws and holds audiences from start to finish,” explains M-Net Africa Managing Director Biola Alabi.
“And while the basics are the same, every season is different from the last. Re-invention is crucial so I am very pleased to confirm that this year we’re doing something that has never been done before in the history of Big Brother Africa,” she added.
Format owner and producer Endemol South Africa’s MD Sivan Pillay says, “We look forward to surprising and entertaining Africa’s viewers with more twists and turns that have seen this compelling format continue to succeed on the continent as it has around the world. M-Net has established a highly engaging continental audience for the Big Brother brand.”
With more details of the new season to be revealed shortly, there is one secret M-Net is opening up about already. “At the end of 91 days, while many housemates will walk away with fame and the experience of a lifetime, there will be only ONE winner. So this season, the winner takes all,” says Alabi.
For more information on how and when to enter the new season of Big Brother Africa, keep a close watch on M-Net.