“Big Brother” season 16 is fast approaching and there are some must-know spoilers revealed. As usual, details are kept under wraps on what the theme holds. One of the teasers out for this year’s “Big Brother” is the logo. The font has a more casual look. Letters aren’t uniform and rigid like the old logo was. Does this mean “Big Brother” 16 will be drastically different altogether?
According to a report by Enstarz, season 16 won’t have an All Stars show since auditions were about finding new people. New houseguests or returnees might be featured, but no one knows. When That’s Your Reality asked casting director, Robyn Kass, about that, she had no comment.
After last year’s controversy on “Big Brother” 15 over racist rants from three of the houseguests, Kass says she can’t guarantee what someone will say. She shares that these types of questions don’t exactly come up in casting.
“I would hope those things aren’t said again. I would think people who watch last year would be more careful in the house,” Kass said.
Will fan favorites return to “Big Brother” 16? Kass’ spoilers for this are vague. She notes that it depends on the formula and contestants. It’s hard to pinpoint how things are going to play out.
BigBrotherAccess has its own speculations on what’s to come for season 16 while cautioning fans all of it runs on rumors and rumblings. In its May 14 report, the website believes this year’s “Big Brother” will feature relatives of newbies and vet pairings.
The site wrote that “rumored vets in negotiation to return supposedly include Rachel/Elissa, Dani/Dom, Dan/Chelsea, Frank/Sid, Kara and possibly Aaryn Gries. (Yeah, we really don’t think CBS would bring Aaryn Gries back.) Also, Danielle Reyes and her sister were allegedly ‘being talked about. However she was asking for WAY too much money.'”
“Big Brother” 16 spoilers are pure guessing games for the moment. The show premieres early again this year like it did last season. The show will begin in late June and the first live eviction takes place July 3. It will air Thursdays at 9 p.m. and Sundays at 8 p.m. Julie Chen will host the series.
“Big Brother” 16 premieres Wednesday, June 25 at 8 p.m. on CBS.