Big Brother’s brand new abode has been revealed, transporting our housemates into a world where nobody is safe and mind games are bigger than ever.
Big Brother said: “This year’s House is designed to bring Big Brother back to its roots as a social experiment but everything has been designed to remind the Housemates that they are in a game: maze artwork, intriguing design features, and a gaming table.”
“It has been designed to evoke a feeling of living in a House that is run by an unseen power or organisation.”
“The House has propaganda-inspired messaging throughout, to instil a sense of competitiveness in the Housemates.”
Earlier today, it was announced that Channel 5 had axed Big Brother and Celebrity Big Brother from its schedules, with the format not returning next year.