CBS and Showtime will once again partner to bring viewers “Big Brother: After Dark,” an exclusive, live televised look inside the “Big Brother” house after the network prime-time cameras have been turned off. “Big Brother: After Dark” will feature a live television feed from the “Big Brother” house for three hours (12:00-3:00 AM, ET/PT), seven days a week, on the cable network’s SHO2 multiplex channel beginning Tuesday, February 12th at 12:00 AM ET/PT. The announcement was made today by Robert Greenblatt, President of Entertainment, Showtime Networks Inc.
“‘Big Brother: After Dark’ was a big success for us at bringing an audience to very late night time periods on SHO2. This began as an experiment with our friends at Endemol and CBS, and I’m happy that it worked so well for all of us,” said Greenblatt. “I’m amazed at how much curiosity there is about what goes on in the ‘Big Brother’ house after the lights are out, but what better place to present that than on Showtime where we have a lot of on-air real estate in the wee hours of the morning.”
The first winter edition of “Big Brother” will premiere on CBS Tuesday, February 12th and air every Tuesday at 9:00 PM ET/PT, Wednesday at 8:00 PM ET/PT and Sunday at 8:00 PM ET/PT. The series follows the relationships and conflicts of players who live together in a house outfitted with dozens of cameras and microphones recording their every move 24 hours a day. One by one, the houseguests will vote each other out of the house. At the end of three months, the last remaining houseguest will receive the grand prize.
“Big Brother” is executive produced by Emmy Award-winner Allison Grodner and Rich Meehan, in association with Endemol U.S.A.