Looks like Channel 5 may already have a replacement for Big Brother
And yes, it's more reality TV.
In case you missed the news, it's official: Big Brother is coming to an end.
Well, at least, on Channel 5.
The network announced on Friday that the newest series of Big Brother - which kicked off last night - will be the last one, both of the civilian and celebrity version.
However, it looks like Channel 5 may already have a new series lined up to fill the Elstree compound-sized void left by Big Brother.
And it's one that reality TV fans may already be very familiar with.
Late last month, Deadline reported that Channel 5 is bringing back The Bachelor, following the success of ITV2's Love Island.
The Bachelor originally debuted in 2003 on BBC3, where it ran for three seasons.
Channel 5 tried to re-launch it in 2011, with two celebrity seasons - Gavin Henson and Spencer Matthews were the Bachelors in question.
The network ended up cancelling it (again) after two seasons - although it looks like they now may be rekindling things.
The 10-part series due to start filming this autumn in South Africa.
If you haven't seen the show before, here's what it's basically about: a guy gets set up with a house full of women who are all vying for his love and attention.
There's group dates, double dates and the super-important one-on-one date.
The contestants are eliminated as rose ceremonies, where the guy picks who he wants to stay by handing them a rose. Anyone who doesn't have one at the end of the night goes home.
Eventually, he goes on a series of hometown visits and meets the families of the final four contestants - and then there's the luxurious overnight dates, before he picks an eventual winner.
The series is expected to debut next year.