Discussions of Big Brother returning to our screens next year, this time on ITV, are said to be at an early and subtle stage, with bosses hoping they can bring the show back. “legendary glory before”.
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ITV will relaunch Big Brother next year, it has been reported.
In a move that is sure to excite devoted fans of the iconic show, the producers are said to be in talks to feature the show on the channel.
However, currently rumored plans for the new series will not feature celebrities and will return to its original roots with ordinary members of the public.
The owners are planning to broadcast the series on ITV2 next fall of 2023 Love IslandIt has been claimed.
Big Brother was a huge success when it first launched in the millennium and lasted 18 years, first on Channel 4 and then on Channel 5, launching the careers of famous names like Jade Goody, Alison Hammond and Josie Gibson.
The show that brings people into a home together and captures them day and night, was originally presented by Davina McCall and ended in 2018, after many memorable moments.
A TV source said Sun: “They thought putting it on ITV2 would open up a new audience and loads of younger fans.
“Negotiations are still at an early, delicate stage and the next few weeks will be pivotal.
“It needs a full treatment and they are confident they are the ones who can bring it back to its former legendary glory.”
The show, which sometimes intrigues viewers, ran from 2000 to 2010 on Channel 4, with Channel 5 relaunching in 2011.
As with Davina, the show has been hosted by previous winners Brian Dowling and Emma Willis.
Radio host and former X Factor star Rylan Clark is said to be on the shortlist to host the ITV version of the show.
Two years ago, Big Brother narrator Marcus Bentley spoke to The Mirror about his favorite moments on the show, and revealed that Nikki Grahame was his favorite contestant.
The star tragically passed away at just 38 years old last year, after a battle with anorexia.
“I remember walking past Westfield shopping center at Shepherd’s Bush in London for an hour break,” says Marcus. It was really quiet, and all I heard was a ‘Maaarcus!’ I thought, what the hell is that? It was her coming out of a shoe store to give me a big hug.
“When she was on Ultimate Big Brother, Nikki talked to Vanessa Feltz about anorexia and it was one of the most moving moments.
“She is more than that diva.”
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One of the most surreal moments in television history was when politician George Galloway pretended to be a cat and rammed actress Rula Lenska in the arm.
“George Galloway as a cat was very unsettling,” says Marcus. That’s it. What more can I say? ”
Another moment Marcus will remember is when the then-unnamed Alison Hammond fell while trying to see the security guards outside the house, by jumping on a table in the garden.
The narrator fondly recalls Alison, saying, “She was fun.”
ITV declined to comment when approached by the Mirror.
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