Big Brother to find new home on E4 as producers extend the lease on the house?
Britain’s original reality show Big Brother looks set to live on with fans of the show determined it fines a new home after Channel 5 finally axed it.
Big Brother fans have been unhappy with the show for several years, with many arguing it was obvious on screen that Ben Frow, boss of Channel 5 hated the show and refused to invest in it.
Many viewers felt the channel cut corners, didn’t listen to viewer feedback and ruined the show by dropping the live feed.
Now Big Brother is set for a revival elsewhere with the confirmation at the show’s producers, Endemol have extended their lease on the site of the Big Brother house at Elstree studios for another three years.
The favourite channel for its new home is E4, ironically once home to Big Brother spin-off series Celebrity Hijack.
The channel certainly has the right demographic for the show and has the potential to emulate the success Love Island has enjoyed over on itv2.
Other channels being discussed on social media include itv2 itself and MTV, however the former arguably doesn’t need it because of Love Island and MTV is owned by the same company as Channel 5.