Forget the tired, the poor and the huddled masses — Big Brother is the onscreen refuge of the tanned, the peculiar and befuddled masses. The CBS reality show, in which contestants hole up in a house filled with video cameras for a chance at $500,000, returns for its 16th season Wednesday.
In this go-round, Big gets bigger and, if you can believe the promos, much better. Host Julie Chen has called this season of the guilty TV pleasure the most twisted ever: winning the Head of Household title won’t guarantee safety from elimination anymore, and viewers can change the game with a new i...
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