Big Brother is finally making a comeback - here's what we know
The iconic reality show is set to return in 2023.
Big Brother is finally making a comeback.
The reality TV show - which features members of the public placed in and a house cut off from the world - enjoyed huge success over the course of 18 years.
It was then axed from Channel 5 in 2018, much to the disappointment of fans.
Now, its been promised that the show will be back and return to its "legendary former glory".
However, this time around, there'll be a few changes.
Instead of Channel 5, the show will now be aired on ITV2. Producers are said to be hoping to bring the show to our screens as soon as 2023 - towards the end of the year after next year’s season of Love Island.
The show was originally hosted by Davina McCall, and later Emma Willis, but it’s believed that the upcoming series will have Rylan Clark as the main host.
A source told The Sun: "ITV is the home of big appointment telly. They know better than anyone how to put on big live events.
“They think putting it on ITV2 will open it up to a new audience and legion of younger fans.
“They are really keen on getting the deal done on Big Brother, and hope to have something firm to announce soon.”
The source continued: “The talks are still at an early, and delicate, stage and the next few weeks will be key.
“It needs the full treatment and they’re confident they are the ones who can return it to its legendary former glory. It has millions of fans and is one of the most iconic TV shows of its generation.”
The series had several had successful spin-off versions featuring celebrity housemates and ran from 2000 to 2010 on Channel 4. It was later picked up by Channel 5 in 2011.