Big Brother (UK series 17)

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Big Brother (UK series 17)
Big Brother eye logo for the 2016 civilian series.jpg
Series seventeen logo
Presented byEmma Willis
No. of days50
No. of housemates19
WinnerJason Burrill
Runner-upHughie Maughan
Companion showBig Brother's Bit On The Side
Country of originUnited Kingdom
No. of episodes50
Release
Original networkChannel 5
Original release7 June (2016-06-07) –
26 July 2016 (2016-07-26)
Series chronology
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Big Brother 2016, also known as Big Brother 17, was the seventeenth series of the British reality television series Big Brother, hosted by Emma Willis and narrated by Marcus Bentley. The series launched on 7 June 2016 on Channel 5 in the United Kingdom and TV3 in Ireland.[1][2][3] Rylan Clark-Neal continued to present the spin-off show Big Brother's Bit on the Side. It was the sixth regular series and the sixteenth series of Big Brother in total to air on Channel 5 to date.

This series was the first civillian edition to launch under the new three-year contract that was announced in March 2015 which guaranteed the show remained on Channel 5 until 2018.[4]

On 1 July 2016, it was confirmed that the series length had been cut and that the final would air at the end of July 2016.[5] On 13 July 2016, it was confirmed the final would air on 26 July 2016[6] meaning that with a series length of 50 days, Big Brother 17 is the shortest ever series of Big Brother UK to air in the sixteen years of the show.

On 26 July 2016, Jason Burrill was announced as the winner of the series with Hughie Maughan finishing as the series runner-up. At 45 years old, Burrill is the oldest winner of Big Brother UK in the series' sixteen-year history.[7]

Production[edit]

House extension[edit]

On 2 February 2016, a planning application to Hertsmere Borough Council first revealed that Endemol had applied to build a new extension to the house, which would be its biggest renovation to the house since it was built in 2002. The documents teased a second house with another garden, as well as a new exterior set and interview studio.[8] The old eviction set and eye studio were both demolished following the conclusion of Celebrity Big Brother 17.[9] It was later announced on 18 March 2016 that permission had been granted with no objection. The new outdoor set will be smaller than before, holding a capacity of just 200 compared to 470 beforehand.[10][11]

[edit]

The official eye logo for the series was released with a 3-second teaser advert airing on Channel 5 on 17 May 2016. It was then posted online by presenters Willis and Clark-Neal. The eye is split, with black on one side and white on the other with shattered, coloured glass separating them down the middle.

Departures[edit]

On 9 March 2016, it was announced that Big Brother showrunner and Initial managing director Nick Samwell-Smith was to depart from the company in May. He was later succeeded by then-Initial creative director Mirella Breda.[12]

On 20 May 2016, it was announced that Shannon Delwiche, an executive producer, was to depart and be replaced by Rebecca Kenney-Smith, having previously been Big Brother's series editor in 2015. It was also announced that Susy Price, co-creative director of Celebrity Big Brother 17 and member of the senior production team since 2011, was also to depart, leaving Katy Manley as the sole creative director.[13]

Teasers[edit]

On 20 May 2016, a 20-second teaser aired on Channel 5 featuring both Emma Willis and Rylan Clark-Neal, also teasing that "The game is changing".[14] First promotional pictures were also released the same day.[15] On 26 May 2016, an extended 30-second teaser of the original teaser was aired on Channel 5. The teaser featured Emma Willis and Rylan Clark-Neal, teasing "The game is changing", "Nothing is as it seems" and "Get ready for an unseen force".

Housemates[edit]

On 1 June 2016, it was confirmed that the series would include two houses with an official statement from Channel 5 saying: "The Housemates live in the Big Brother house but they will have no idea of the dark and ominous force that is only metres away." In The Other House, The Others will be conspiring to target and take down the Housemates as they attempt to steal their place in the Big Brother House; and secure a chance of winning the £100,000 prize fund. Neither the Housemates nor The Others are aware that some of them are already connected to each other.[16]

12 housemates entered the Main House on Day 1, whilst 6 entered the Other House collectively known as The Others. The Houses merged on Day 13.

Name Age on entry Hometown Day entered Day exited Result
Jason Burrill 45 Brighton 1 50 Winner
Hughie Maughan 21 Dublin 1 50 Runner-up
Jackson Blyton 24 Nottingham 1 50 3rd Place
Andy West 34 Milton Keynes 1 50 4th Place
Evelyn Ellis 20 London (originally from Australia) 1 50 5th Place
Jayne Connery 49 Gerrards Cross 1 50 6th Place
Sam Giffen 23 Blackpool 1 48 Evicted
Alex Cannon 27 Liverpool 1 48 Evicted
Laura Carter 30 London 1 46 Evicted
Ryan Ruckledge 24 Blackpool 1 39 Evicted
Lateysha Grace 23 Port Talbot 1 36 Evicted
Chelsea Singh 48 London 1 34 Evicted
Charlie Doherty 31 Folkestone 1 32 Evicted
Emma Jensen[a] 30 Chigwell 1 31 Ejected
Georgina Cantwell 26 Kent 1 25 Evicted
Natalie Rowe 52 London 1 18 Evicted
Marco White 21 London 1 11 Evicted
Andrew Tate 29 Luton (originally from the United States) 1 7 Ejected
Victoria Jensen[a] 30 Chigwell 1 5 Walked
  1. ^ a b Emma and Victoria were classified as one Housemate until Victoria decided to leave on Day 5, after this Emma was classified as an individual Housemate.

Main House and The Other House[edit]

  • On Day 1, Alex, Andy, Chelsea, Emma & Victoria, Evelyn, Georgina, Jackson, Jason, Lateysha, Laura, Marco and Sam moved into the Main House, whilst Andrew, Charlie, Hughie, Jayne, Natalie and Ryan moved into the Other House.
  • On Day 4, Alex and Jackson were chosen by The Others to evict, however this eviction was fake and they actually moved into the Other House. The public then voted for Andrew and Ryan to move into the Main House to complete a secret mission for The Others. If they pass their secret mission they will be awarded full Housemate status.
  • On Day 8, following the conclusion of the first shopping task, The Others were asked to choose which housemate they believed to be the biggest horror. They chose Chelsea, and as a result he lost housemate status and moved to the Other House.
  • On Day 9, Ryan failed his secret mission to get Laura nominated for eviction. He therefore returned to the Other House.
  • On Day 13, the two Houses merged after two days of competing against each other. The Main House won the task and were granted with immunity.
  • On Day 17, the Other House was used as a place for the Housemates to evacuate to following the Main House flooding.
Day 1–4 Day 4–8 Day 8–9 Day 9–13
Jason Main House
Hughie Other House
Jackson Main House Other House
Andy Main House
Evelyn Main House
Jayne Other House
Sam Main House
Alex Main House Other House
Laura Main House
Ryan Other House Main House Other House
Lateysha Main House
Chelsea Main House Other House
Charlie Other House
Emma Main House
Georgina Main House
Natalie Other House
Marco Main House
Andrew Other House Main House
Victoria Main House

Weekly summary[edit]

The main events in the Big Brother 17 house are summarised in the table below. A typical week begins with nominations, followed by the shopping task, and then the eviction of a Housemate during the live Friday episode. Evictions, tasks, and other events for a particular week are noted in order of sequence.

Week 1 Entrances
  • On Day 1, Marco, Emma & Victoria, Andy, Laura, Alex, Lateysha, Evelyn, Sam, Georgina, Jason, Jackson and Chelsea entered the House.[17]
  • On Day 1, Andrew, Charlie, Hughie, Jayne, Natalie and Ryan, otherwise known collectively as The Others, entered the Other House.[18]
Tasks
  • On Day 2, the Housemates separated into two teams to take part in The Tree of Sin, the red team; Emma & Victoria, Georgina, Jackson, Jason, Lateysha and Marco, and the yellow team; Alex, Andy, Chelsea, Evelyn, Laura and Sam. Each teams were given a statement about a member of the other team to which they had to correctly identify who the statement was about. The Others watched this task from the Other House. As the red team won the task, they were rewarded with a party.[19]
Twists
  • On Day 1, under the ruse of a task, Big Brother asked the 12 Housemates to stand behind one of 12 podiums placed in the garden. Each podium had a character trait, and the Housemates had one minute to stand behind the trait that best fit them. They were unaware that the Others would select a trait and target the Housemate standing behind it. Laura's trait was targeted, and as punishment, she would face the first eviction. Furthermore, she had to nominate someone to join her, to which she chose Lateysha.[20] The Others will then have to nominate two other Housemates, both of which must then nominate another Housemate each. The two Housemates evicted will not be decided by public vote, but by The Others. Unbeknownst to them, the two Housemates chosen to be evicted will be moved out of the Big Brother House and into The Other House. On Day 2, they targeted Alex, who in turn nominated Andy, and on Day 3 they nominated Jackson who then nominated Chelsea.[21]
  • On Day 4, The Others were asked to choose two of the six nominated housemates to be evicted; they chose Alex and Jackson.[22] However, they were fake evicted and actually moved to the Other House and lost their housemate status. In a further twist, the public voted Andrew and Ryan from the Other House to move into the Main House and compete in a secret mission.[23]
House switch
  • On Day 4, Alex and Jackson were evicted by The Others and moved to the Other House.[24]
  • On Day 4, Andrew and Ryan were voted by the public and moved to the Main House.[25]
Week 2 Tasks
  • On Day 6, the housemates were instructed to dress as Voodoo Scarecrows to take part in an endurance task to try and keep still for as long as possible whilst trying to maintain various punishments and distractions. However, in a twist they were unaware that The Others were the ones deciding who would face the punishments, and that it was Ryan's secret mission to ensure that the housemates failed the task by not remaining still. He failed this task.[26]
Twists
  • On Day 5, Andrew and Ryan were given their secret mission to target one of the housemates and ensure that that housemate is nominated for eviction this week. They chose to target Laura.[27]
Exits
  • On Day 5, Victoria walked from the house, leaving her twin Emma to continue as a solo housemate.[28]
  • On Day 7, Andrew was removed from the house.[29]
  • On Day 11, Marco became the first Housemate to be evicted.[30]
Week 3 Exits
  • On Day 18, Natalie became the second Housemate to be evicted.
Week 4 Tasks
  • On Day 23, the House was turned into "BBCorps" offices where Chelsea was promoted to CEO whilst the others became office workers. As part of the task, the Housemates were forced to listen to customer complaints from viewers, as well as their nominations. To pass the task Housemates had to remain positive and give excellent customer feedback. Over the course of the day, Emma, Ryan and Sam were promoted to head office with Chelsea. The task continued into Day 24 where Georgina was promoted. It was later revealed that they won the task and therefore received the luxury shopping budget.
Exits
  • On Day 25, Georgina became the third Housemate to be evicted.
Week 5 Tasks
  • On Day 27, for this week's shopping task the Housemates were given "BB loyalty points" to spend or to earn. Big Brother lined four Housemates up at a time and tempted them with a special gift, if the Housemates pressed their button they would receive the gift, however the House would lose loyalty points. However, if they refused the gift then the House would be rewarded loyalty points. These included food gifts, and temptations from friends and family. The task continued into Day 28 and Day 29. It was revealed at the end of the task that housemates needed to accrue 50 loyalty points to pass the task. With 0 points at task's end, housemates failed this week's task and received basic rations for the week.
  • On Day 31, Big Brother set Andy a secret task to tell fake historical facts to the Housemates and convince them that they are true. He passed this task.
  • On Day 32, Hughie and Ryan were asked to plan a pool party for their fellow housemates. However, in exchange for privileges at the party, they had to sacrifice party guests. They sacrificed Chelsea, Laura, Evelyn, Jason, Alex, and Andy.
Exits
  • On Day 31, Emma was removed from the house after once again trying to break out.
  • On Day 32, Charlie became the fourth Housemate to be evicted.
Week 6: Annihilation Week Twists
  • On Day 35, Andy was granted immunity from further Annihilation Week evictions.
  • On Day 36, the Housemates were gathered in Big Brother's deliberation room and were each stood in front of a button. They were told if they pressed their button they would receive £20,000 from the prize fund, but they would have to choose one of their fellow Housemates to evict. Jason pressed the button and evicted Lateysha.
  • On Day 39, Emma Willis entered the house to reveal Laura, Ryan and Sam had received the fewest public votes to save. The remaining housemates then voted to evict one. They chose Ryan.
Exits
  • On Day 34, Chelsea became the first victim of Annihilation Week, and ultimately the fifth Housemate to be evicted.
  • On Day 36, Lateysha became the second victim of Annihilation Week, and ultimately the sixth Housemate to be evicted.
  • On Day 39, Ryan became the third victim of Annihilation Week, and ultimately the seventh Housemate to be evicted.
Week 7 Tasks
  • On Day 43, the Housemates played a trivia game with the questions based on their time in the house. A correct answer would move them up a level, with three correct answers taking them to the winner's platform where the Housemates would pick a numbered post between one and five, each containing a different prize which would be revealed after the task. At the end of the reveal Andy and Laura won nothing, Jackson won a spa treatment. Alex won a three course meal for two, and Sam won the responsibility of saving a nominated housemate and replacing them with somebody else. He chose to save Jayne and nominate Andy.
  • On Day 44, the Housemates were split into three teams. Jason, Jayne and Sam made up the green team, Alex, Laura and Hughie made up the red team, whilst Andy, Evelyn and Jackson were on the blue team. They had to build a bridge over the pool with materials provided and have one team member stand on it for 90 seconds, whilst other team members threw water balloons and wet sponges to try to throw them off balance. During the task Jayne had to leave the house due to injury, but returned later that day. For all teams competing in the task, Big Brother gave them letters from home.
  • On Day 46, the Housemates had to vote in the Big Brother Awards. They had to watch nominees in a series of different categories then vote for who they thought deserved the award.
  • On Day 47, the Housemates were split into two teams and entered "Big Brother's Courtroom" where each Housemate had to defend themselves from what they were being labelled. Their team members had to defend them, whilst opposing team members had to try and ensure a guilty verdict. Charlie, Chelsea, Georgina, Lateysha and Ryan returned as witnesses.[31]
Exits
  • On Day 46, Laura became the eighth Housemate to be evicted.
Week 8 Exits
  • On Day 48, in a twisted carnival, Big Brother revealed that Alex and Sam had the fewest votes to win and had failed to become finalists and were evicted.
  • On Day 50, Jayne and Evelyn left the house in sixth and fifth place respectively, whilst Andy finished in fourth. Jackson came third, and Jason was then announced as the winner leaving Hughie as runner-up.

House flood[edit]

On Day 17, following a rainstorm, the Main House suffered a flood resulting in the evacuation of the housemates to the bedroom before being moved into the Other House. For the remainder of that day and the majority of Day 18, housemates were kept in the Other House whilst the Main House was being cleaned.[32][33]

Nominations table[edit]

Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8
Final
Nominations
received
Day 34 Day 36 Day 39
Jason Not
eligible
Lateysha,
Laura
Natalie,
Hughie
Jayne,
Lateysha
Ryan,
Charlie
Not
eligible
Lateysha Ryan Jayne,
Laura
Winner
(Day 50)
8
Hughie In Other
House
Not
eligible
Andy,
Jayne
Andy,
Chelsea
Not
eligible
Not
eligible
Laura Jason,
Andy
Runner-up
(Day 50)
8
Jackson Chelsea In Other
House
Not
eligible
Jayne,
Andy
Emma,
Charlie
Not
eligible
Not
eligible
Laura Jason,
Evelyn
Third place
(Day 50)
6
Andy Not
eligible
Emma,
Evelyn
Charlie,
Natalie
Georgina,
Evelyn
Hughie,
Lateysha
Not
eligible
Not
eligible
Ryan Laura,
Hughie
Fourth place
(Day 50)
18
Evelyn Not
eligible
Georgina,
Andy
Jayne,
Charlie
Georgina,
Ryan
Chelsea,
Jason
Not
eligible
Not
eligible
Ryan Jackson,
Jason
Fifth place
(Day 50)
6
Jayne In Other
House
Not
eligible
Andy,
Chelsea
Chelsea,
Jason
Not
eligible
Not
eligible
Ryan Jason,
Jackson
Sixth place
(Day 50)
15
Sam Not
eligible
Andy,
Marco
Hughie,
Natalie
Andy,
Jayne
Chelsea,
Ryan
Not
eligible
Not
eligible
Nominated Jason,
Laura
Evicted
(Day 48)
1
Alex Andy In Other
House
Not
eligible
Andy,
Jayne
Charlie,
Emma
Not
eligible
Not
eligible
Laura Laura,
Jayne
Evicted
(Day 48)
2
Laura Lateysha Georgina,
Sam
Charlie,
Hughie
Andy,
Georgina
Jackson,
Chelsea
Not
eligible
Not
eligible
Nominated Alex,
Jackson
Evicted
(Day 46)
7
Ryan In Other
House
Exempt Not
eligible
Andy,
Jayne
Chelsea,
Andy
Not
eligible
Not
eligible
Nominated Evicted
(Day 39)
3
Lateysha Not
eligible
Marco,
Andy
Hughie,
Natalie
Jayne,
Andy
Chelsea,
Jason
Not
eligible
Not
eligible
Evicted
(Day 36)
4
Chelsea Not
eligible
In Other
House
Not
eligible
Jayne,
Evelyn
Jayne,
Evelyn
Not
eligible
Evicted
(Day 34)
9
Charlie In Other
House
Not
eligible
Evelyn,
Laura
Emma,
Laura
Evicted
(Day 32)
6
Emma Not
eligible
Georgina,
Andy
Natalie,
Hughie
Georgina,
Jayne
Jackson,
Jayne
Ejected
(Day 31)
5
Georgina Not
eligible
Marco,
Emma
Natalie,
Hughie
Andy,
Jayne
Evicted
(Day 25)
8
Natalie In Other
House
Not
eligible
Evicted
(Day 18)
6
Marco Not
eligible
Georgina,
Andy
Evicted
(Day 11)
3
Andrew In Other
House
Ejected
(Day 7)
N/A
Victoria Not
eligible
Walked
(Day 5)
0
Notes 1 2 3 none 4 5 6 7 8
Against
public vote
Andrew,
Charlie,
Hughie,
Jayne,
Natalie,
Ryan
Andy,
Emma,
Georgina,
Marco
Charlie,
Hughie,
Natalie
Andy,
Evelyn,
Georgina,
Jayne
Charlie,
Chelsea,
Jason
none Alex,
Evelyn,
Hughie,
Jackson,
Jason,
Jayne,
Laura,
Ryan,
Sam
Andy,
Jackson,
Jason,
Laura
Alex,
Andy,
Evelyn,
Hughie,
Jackson,
Jason,
Jayne,
Sam
Walked none Victoria none
Ejected none Andrew none Emma none
Evicted Alex & Jackson
The Others' choice
to evict
Marco
Most votes
to evict
Natalie
Most votes
(out of 2)
to evict
Georgina
Most votes
(out of 2)
to evict
Charlie
Most votes
(out of 2)
to evict
Chelsea
Housemates' choice
to evict
Lateysha
Jason's choice
to evict
Ryan
4 of 7 votes
(out of 3)
to evict
Laura
Most votes
(out of 2)
to evict
Alex
Fewest votes
(out of 8)
Andy
Fewest votes
(out of 4)
Sam
Fewest votes
(out of 8)
Jackson
Fewest votes
(out of 3)
Jayne
Fewest votes
(out of 6)
Andrew & Ryan
Most votes
to move
Hughie
Fewest votes
(out of 2)
Evelyn
Fewest votes
(out of 6)
Jason
Most votes
to win

Notes[edit]

  • ^Note 1 : Throughout the first week, "The Others" targeted housemates in the Main House by nominating them for eviction. The nominated housemate would subsequently have to nominate another housemate to join them. On Day 1, The Others targeted Laura, who nominated Lateysha. On Day 2, The Others targeted Alex, who nominated Andy. On Day 3, The Others targeted Jackson, who nominated Chelsea. On Day 4, the Others had to evict two of the six nominees – they chose Alex and Jackson, unaware of the fact that they would actually move into the Other House with them. Following this, the public voted for Andrew and Ryan to take their place in the Main House, keeping the existence of the Other House a secret.
  • ^Note 2 : After entering the Main House, Andrew and Ryan were told that, in order to earn housemate status, they had to assure that one housemate of their choice were nominated for eviction by the other housemates. After Andrew was ejected, Ryan had to carry out the mission alone. The Others collectively chose Laura as their target. Ryan could not nominate and could not be nominated by the housemates, as he was a 'new housemate'. Ryan failed the mission, and thus returned to the Other house.
  • ^Note 3 : The Main House and the Other House competed in a series of tasks in order to win immunity from eviction, and sole control over nominations. On Day 13, the Main House were revealed to have won the task, and the two houses merged.
  • ^Note 4 : This week was "Annihilation Week" where the Housemates were told that over the week there would be multiple evictions which they would be solely responsible for deciding. When the Housemate chosen was evicted, they left through the back door with no crowd or interview. Chelsea's eviction was determined by the housemates when they took it upon themselves to use a nominations-style approach - but as these weren't "official" nominations, they aren't listed.
  • ^Note 5 : On Day 35, the housemates chose to give Andy immunity for the rest of the week. On Day 36, the Housemates were gathered in Big Brother's deliberation room and were each stood in front of a button. They were told if they pressed their button they would receive £20,000 from the prize fund, but they would have to choose one of their fellow Housemates to evict. Jason pressed the button and evicted Lateysha.
  • ^Note 6 : On Day 37, the voting opened for the remaining housemates except Andy, in which the public voted to save. On Day 39 it was revealed that Laura, Ryan and Sam had received the fewest votes. Their fellow housemates then voted to evict one of the three.
  • ^Note 7 : As well as finding out who was nominated, the housemates were shown who nominated them. Jackson, Jason, Jayne and Laura received the most nominations; On Day 43 during a task, Sam was given the responsibility of saving a housemate and replacing them with someone of his choice. He chose to swap Jayne with Andy.
  • ^Note 8 : For the final week the public were voting for who they wanted to win, rather than to evict. A double eviction took place on Day 48 in which the two housemates with the fewest votes were evicted. They were Sam and Alex.

Ratings[edit]

Official ratings are taken from BARB.[34]

Viewers (millions)
Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8
Saturday 1.56 1.36 1.35 1.39 1.62 1.29 1.20
Sunday 1.64 1.47 1.50 1.47 1.42 1.54 1.67
Monday 1.53 1.52 1.45 1.67 1.69 1.62 1.69
Tuesday 1.86 1.55 1.54 1.55 1.59 1.77 1.69 1.79
Wednesday 1.84 1.61 1.62 1.77 1.64 1.78 1.56
Thursday 1.74 1.49 1.64 1.55 1.56 1.80 1.80
Friday 1.46 1.60 1.44 1.34 1.55 1.59 1.42
Weekly average 1.73 1.57 1.51 1.50 1.55 1.67 1.56 1.59
Running average 1.73 1.65 1.60 1.58 1.57 1.59 1.58 1.59
Series average 1.6

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