Pinoy Big Brother: Otso

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Pinoy Big Brother: Otso
Pinoy Big Brother OTSO.jpg
Pinoy Big Brother: Otso logo
Presented by
Companion shows
Country of originPhilippines
No. of episodes190
Release
Original networkABS-CBN
Original release10 November 2018 (2018-11-10)–present
Season chronology
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Lucky 7

Pinoy Big Brother: Otso is the eighth main season of the Philippine ABS-CBN reality television series Pinoy Big Brother and the fourteenth season overall. This is also the fourth special edition of Pinoy Big Brother because it featured adult civilians and teenagers taking part in the same season. The season premiered on November 10, 2018 on ABS-CBN with Toni Gonzaga and Robi Domingo reprising their roles as hosts.[1] Alex Gonzaga, who hosted All In, returns to the show together with former winners Kim Chiu (of Teen Edition 1) and Melai Cantiveros (of Double Up) as new hosts. Bianca Gonzalez reprised her role as host upon the entry of the first adult batch of star dreamers.[2]

Development[edit]

Auditions[edit]

Auditions for this season has been part of Star Hunt: The Grand Kapamilya Auditions, ABS-CBN's auditions caravan, which started on April 20, 2018.[3] 55,373 auditionees took part,[4] auditioning for other upcoming reality shows like The Voice of the Philippines, Pilipinas Got Talent, and World of Dance Philippines. Several potential housemates have been featured in Star Hunt's companion show.

Other content[edit]

Pinoy Big Brother: Otso Gold returns as a companion show on November 12, 2018, as part of the Kapamilya Gold block. There will be a house livestream on iWant and TFC Online, and an additional online show called PBB Bring 8 On!. The show is hosted by Dawn Chang of Pinoy Big Brother: 737, Fifth Solomon of Pinoy Big Brother: All In, Pamu Pamorada of Pinoy Big Brother: Unlimited and Tori Garcia of this season.[4]

An online show, YouthTube, which is hosted by him, and Bianca Gonzales commenced on November 22, 2018. It talks about the different issues that arise in the house, particularly in the first batch of teen housemates.

Overview[edit]

Logo change and subtitle[edit]

The Otso in the season title is a Filipino language rendering of the Spanish word ocho ("eight"), indicating the season number. This season saw another logo change from the previous season: an eye logo using motifs from the Philippine flag (from which producers customized the new generic eye logo of Big Brother), atop the show's title and enclosed by an outline of a house. The adaption of the new generic franchise logo is the first among all the franchises worldwide.[5]

House changes[edit]

This season showed a major revamp in the house layout. On September 7, 2018, Director Laurenti Dyogi made a vlog about the reconstruction of the house.[6] The new house design was finally unveiled on November 7, 2018 during its house blessing.[7] Several housemates from previous seasons have visited the house and have taken pictures for their social media accounts. Official house photos were released on their Facebook page on November 10, 2018.[8] The management opened its doors to 888 visitors to tour the House for 8 minutes on November 10, 2018.

From his livestream, Dyogi has stated that the show has upgraded to using HD PTZ cameras,[4] making Otso the first season to fully broadcast in HD and 16:9 aspect ratio (Lucky 7's Vietnam leg was shown in 16:9, but the show reverted to 4:3 upon the housemates' return to the Philippines). It is worth noting that the one-way mirror system, used in earlier seasons for cameramen to capture events in the house, is no longer present.[9]

Show format[edit]

Since its official announcement on October 20, 2018, much information about this season has not been made public until November 9, 2018, where Dyogi published a livestream talking about it.[4]

It's been confirmed that this season will be another special season. There will be four batches of housemates coming in to the house, in the following order: teen housemates, adult housemates, another batch of teen housemates, and another batch of adult housemates[10]. Each batch will consist of 8 housemates only. At the start of each batch's stay in the house, 16 people from the shortlist, also known as Star Dreamers, will compete to get the eight spots for that batch. Star Dreamers who weren't successful in being selected will be sent to Camp Star Hunt, where they will be waiting for their chance to be an official housemate. As one housemate goes out of the house, one Star Dreamer will be replacing their spot, returning the number of official housemates inside the house to eight. A new Star Dreamer will be introduced, also to return the number of people staying at the Camp to eight. Each batch will spend eight weeks in the house. At the end of eight weeks, one winner will be picked for that batch. This format will continue for the remaining batches until there are four winners, one for each batch. These four winners will go back in the house, along with four housemates from previous batches chosen via public voting, to form another set of eight housemates. From this final set, the grand winner (dubbed as the Ultim8 Big Winner) for this season will be named.[11][12] The 8 Housemates-8 Star Dreamers format was tweaked in the first Adult Batch, when more than 8 housemates stayed in the House; and also in the second Teens Batch wherein all the eight remaining Star Dreamers became officials housemates in the second week of the said batch.

This format will make this season's run longer than Lucky 7, as this will last at least 40 weeks. (Adult 1 Is 88 Days) Ex-housemates from previous seasons will also be part of the show. They are a part of selecting official housemates for each batch. They are also hosting exclusive online livestream on the show's YouTube channel and Facebook page. Their involvement in other aspects of the show will be known in the coming days.

On February 3, 2019, a change was made for the first Adult batch wherein the batch's stay in the House was extended from 8 weeks to 88 days (equivalent to 12 weeks and 4 days).

On April 18 to 20, 2019, this program was enterupted during the Holy Week from Maundy Thursday to Black Saturday and also on May 13, 2019 during the Halalan 2019 Special Coverages.

Twists[edit]

Aside from the twist to the show's format, the following are the highlighted twists that had occurred during the run of this season:

  • Star Dreamers – On the launch night, 16 Potential Shortlist Housemates officially called as "Star Dreamers" were introduced on the live launch wherein they must undergo through the Housemate Selection twist in order to earn the "official housemate" status. Only 8 of these Star Dreamers would become an official housemate. They are the shortlisted auditionees who are housed in the Camp Star Hunt.
  • Camp Star Hunt – A special area where 8 Star Dreamers would live, and fight for their place to become an official housemate.
  • Ultim8 Batch – The final batch of housemates (who are composed of 4 winners of their respective batches and 4 wildcard housemates) who will battle to become the season's Ultim8 Big Winner.
  • Big Celebr8ty Challenge – Several previous housemates and celebrities visited the house to participate in the housemates' tasks through mentoring or judging their performances. This was used in the first Teen batch of housemates and was aired always every Saturday.
  • Big8ting Linggo – week as the nomination and eviction happens in one night. Upon the entry of the first Adult batch, the original weekend format returned.
  • Housemates vs. Star Dreamers challenges:
    • Decem-Versus Challenge – A competition between the housemates against the Star Dreamers of Camp Star Hunt. If the housemates got defeated by the Camp Star Hunt, there would be a double eviction and two Star Dreamers would crossover to the house. If the housemates wins at least one challenge against the Camp, only one housemate would be evicted and only one Star Dreamer would enter at the end of the week.
    • Pinoy Big Battle – A competition between the housemates against the Star Dreamers of Camp Star Hunt. If the housemates will win the challenge all of them will be immune from eviction. But if they fail to win the challenge, two star dreamers from the Camp will crossover to the House.
  • Big Jump Challenge – Housemates had to participate in various challenges in order to continue their journey and to earn a spot in the Big 4.
  • Do-or-Die LigTask Challenge – Nominated housemates will undergo several challenges to save themselves from evictions. These will serve as an eviction process for the nominated housemates.
  • Duel Challenge – similar to the challenge mentioned above, but the housemates were not informed that the challenges were for the nominations and not for determination of the batch's Big 4.
  • 2-in-1 Housemates – Two housemates who are related biologically are joined as one competing housemate, as assigned by Big Brother.
  • Celebrity Star Player – A celebrity, in a special task, enters the Camp and tests the housemates.
  • House Challengers – Four former Housemates returned along with other four Star Dreamers to test the housemates' patience, skills, and strategy.
  • The Gr8 C – On Day 14, four Star Dreamers crossed-over to the Big Brother House and became official housemates. The remaining four Star Dreamers where given their shots to crossover through different tasks made by Big Brother on Days 15–16.
  • The Golden Circle – A twist were all of the housemates except the first three nominees were participate. When you win in one of Golden Circle Challenges you are able to add your picture in the golden circle. The golden circle consist of eight circle that housemates may put in there picture. When you aren’t able to win the golden circle you will be automatically nominated.
  • The Black Circle – This is an opposite from the Golden Circle where face to face nomination was included. When you get the highest points by putting you a black circle, your face will paste at the black circle.
  • Pinoy Big Bakbakan – This is a fight between the Batch 3 housemates versus the Batch 2 Adult Big 4. Later on they will also fight with Batch 1 Teen Big 4.

Housemates[edit]

On launch night on Days 1 and 2, official housemates were determined, from the chosen Star Dreamers from Star Hunt, through a series of challenges, by the council, and by the public. The council consists of past winners: season 1's Nene Tamayo, Celebrity 1's Keanna Reeves, Celebrity 2's Ruben Gonzaga, Teen Edition Plus's Ejay Falcon, Teen Edition 4's Myrtle Sarrosa, All In's Daniel Matsunaga, 737's Jimboy Martin, and Lucky 7's Maymay Entrata. On Day 2, three winners from the council were replaced by three ex-housemates: All In's Loisa Andalio, 737's Barbie Imperial, and Lucky 7's Edward Barber. The public chose a housemate through voting; the one with the most votes will become a housemate.

Below is a table of official housemates, and a collapsed table for shortlisted Star Dreamers staying at Camp Star Hunt. Note that in the official housemates table, all official housemates above the black bar indicates that they are from the current batch occupying the House; all below it are former occupants from the previous batches.

Name Age on
entry
Hometown Original Batch Ultim8 Batch Refs.
Batch Entered[1] Exited Result Entered Exited Result
BATCH 3 - TEENS
Lance Carr 18 Davao Teen 2 Day 15
Ashley del Mundo 15 Australia Australia Teen 2 Day 15
Batit Espiritu 19 Nueva Ecija Teen 2 Day 15 Finalist
Angela Tungol 17 Balanga, Bataan Teen 2 Day 7
Tan Roncal 15 Davao Teen 2 Day 8 Finalist
Yen Quirante 16 Buhi, Camarines Sur Teen 2 Day 7
Sheena Catacutan 14 Santiago, Isabela Teen 2 Day 8 Day 53 Evicted
Shoichi Oka 19 Japan Japan Teen 2 Day 7 Day 53 Evicted
Mich Wunder 17 Leyte Teen 2 Day 7 Day 43 Evicted
Kyzha Villalino 16 Mandaue, Cebu Teen 2 Day 8 Day 43 Evicted
Emjay Savilla 16 Camarines Sur Teen 2 Day 14 Day 43 Forced Eviction
Jem Macatuno 18 Pampanga Teen 2 Day 14 Day 36 Evicted
Gwen Apuli 15 Albay Teen 2 Day 14 Day 36 Evicted
Alfred Beruzil 19 Lucena, Quezon Teen 2 Day 8 Day 36 Evicted
Shami Baltazar 15 Davao del Norte Teen 2 Day 14 Day 29 Evicted
Narcy Esguerra 13 San Pablo, Laguna Teen 2 Day 15 Day 29 Evicted
BATCH 2 - ADULTS
Andre Brouillette 21 United States Hawaii, United States Adult 1 Day 1 Day 85 Finalist [13]
Fumiya Sankai 24 Japan Japan Adult 1 Day 1 Day 85 Finalist [13]
Lou Yanong 21 Mandaluyong Adult 1 Day 1 Day 85 Finalist [13]
Yamyam Gucong 25 Bohol Adult 1 Day 1 Day 85 Finalist [13]
Shawntel Cruz 22 Baguio Adult 1 Day 55 Day 82 Evicted
Thea Rizaldo 22 Bohol Adult 1 Day 55 Day 82 Evicted
Camille Sandel 23 Macabebe, Pampanga Adult 1 Day 62 Day 78 Evicted
Kim Franco 23 Davao City Adult 1 Day 62 Day 78 Evicted
Hanie Jarrar 19 Santiago, Isabela Adult 1 Day 57 Day 71 Evicted [14]
Mark Obera[2] 34 Compostela Valley Adult 1 Day 13 Day 64 Evicted [13]
Mary Grace Lagos 28 Davao Occidental Adult 1 Day 36 Day 64 Evicted
JC Gamez 25 Italy Rome, Italy Adult 1 Day 43 Day 57 Evicted
Wakim Regalado 19 Iloilo City Adult 1 Day 1 Day 50 Evicted [13]
Mitch Talao 29 Lucena Adult 1 Day 1 Day 50 Evicted [13]
Tori Garcia 24 Singapore Singapore Adult 1 Day 29 Day 43 Evicted
Apey Obera[3] 22 General Santos Adult 1 Day 1 Day 36 Evicted [13]
Abi Kassem 20 Santiago, Isabela Adult 1 Day 1 Day 29 Evicted [13]
BATCH 1 - TEENS
Jelay Pilones 18 Labangal, General Santos Teen 1 Day 2 Day 58 Finalist [15][16]
Kaori Oinuma 18 Japan Miyagi, Japan Teen 1 Day 2 Day 58 Finalist [15][17]
Karina Bautista 16 Santiago, Isabela Teen 1 Day 2 Day 58 Finalist [15][18]
Lie Reposposa 15 Tagum, Davao del Norte Teen 1 Day 2 Day 58 Finalist [15][19]
Seth Fedelin 16 Dasmariñas, Cavite Teen 1 Day 1 Day 57 Evicted [15][20]
Reign Parani 15 Canada Winnipeg, Canada Teen 1 Day 30 Day 57 Evicted [21]
Rhys Eugenio 17 Tarlac Teen 1 Day 16 Day 54 Evicted [22]
Missy Quino 17 Compostela, Cebu Teen 1 Day 37 Day 51 Voluntary Exit [23]
Ali Abinal 16 Las Piñas Teen 1 Day 23 Day 37 Evicted [24]
Aljon Mendoza 17 Macabebe, Pampanga Teen 1 Day 1 Day 30 Evicted [15][25]
Criza Ta-a 14 Quezon City Teen 1 Day 9 Day 23 Evicted [26]
Art Guma 17 Davao City Teen 1 Day 1 Day 16 Evicted [15][27]
Josh Worsley 13 Samal Island, Davao del Norte Teen 1 Day 1 Day 9 Evicted [15][28]
Notes
1.^ To reflect the actual numbering of days in the show and those posted in the show's social media accounts, the numbering of days is readjusted back to Day 1 upon the entry of a new batch. This is in contrast to those used in the previous special seasons.
2.^ On Day 13, with the result of Mark's crossover to the Big Brother House as an official housemate, Big Brother announced that he will become a 2-in-1 housemate with his sister, Apey. But on Day 27, after gaining the public's and the housemates' vote, the two eventually were separated as a 2-in-1 housemate.
Shortlist of Star Dreamers
Name Age on entry Hometown Batch Status Refs
Grace Abrugar 23 Angeles, Pampanga Adult 1 Exited
Kin Franco 23 Davao City Adult 1 Exited
Lyndon Oros 22 Quezon City Adult 1 Exited
Mark McMahon 27 Siargao, Surigao del Norte Adult 1 Exited
Aljur Abrenica 28 Quezon City Adult 1 Exited
Patrick Bantecil 20 Cebu Adult 1 Dismissed
Marie Songalia 23 Leyte Adult 1 Dismissed
Achilles Samain 18 Zamboanga Teen 1 Exited
Gabby Sarmiento 18 Italy Rome, Italy Teen 1 Exited
Gian Wang 17 Cebu City Teen 1 Exited
Krist Vertudez 15 Polomolok, South Cotabato Teen 1 Exited
Kurt Gerona 18 Tagbilaran, Bohol Teen 1 Exited
Lienel Navidad 16 Malinao, Albay Teen 1 Exited
Sansan Dagumampan 16 Iloilo City Teen 1 Exited

Housemate selection history[edit]

Note that the term Crossover, as used in the show, means that the Star Dreamer had officially been selected to become an official housemate. However, in the case of Kim and Camille of Adult Batch 1, when they crossed-over to the House on Day 62, they were still considered as Star Dreamers. They eventually became official housemates on Day 68 upon the outcome of the second Pinoy Big Battle challenge—that is, after the House won the said challenge.

Batch 1: Teens[edit]

This is the list of 88 second challenges for the first batch of teen housemates:

  • #1: Star Dreamers must throw two balls on a string on to three level bars. Each bar corresponds to 1 point, 2 points, and 3 points. Each stringed balls that hung on to a corresponding bar are points added to their score. The one with the most points wins.
  • #2: Star Dreamers must pick balls, corresponding to their assigned color, from a pool to a container. Each ball is 1 point added to their score. If they put a colored ball that is different from their assigned color, 1 point will be deducted to their score. The one with the most points wins.
  • #3: Star Dreamers must stack water-filled bottles. The one with the highest level wins.
  • #4: Star Dreamers must transfer balls through a relay course by balancing them on a plate. A big ball counts as 2 points, and a small one counts as 1 point. The one with the most points wins.
Initial selection
Day 1 Day 2
88 Second
Challenge #1
88 Second
Challenge #2
Vote of the
Council #1
Public Voting #1 88 Second
Challenge #3
88 Second
Challenge #4
Vote of the
Council #2
Public Voting #2
Participants Achilles
Ali
Rhys
Seth
Aljon
Art
Gabby
Josh
Achilles
Ali
Art
Gabby
Josh
Rhys
Achilles
Ali
Gabby
Josh
Rhys
Jelay
Lie
Missy
Sansan
Criza
Kaori
Karina
Krist
Criza
Karina
Krist
Lie
Missy
Sansan
Criza
Karina
Krist
Missy
Sansan
Official Housemate(s)

Seth
31 points

Aljon
Gabby
1
15 points
Art Josh
36.59%
Jelay
Missy
2
2 levels
Kaori
12 points
Lie Karina
57.02%
References [29] [30][31]
Notes
  1. ^ Aljon and Gabby tied in first place. To break the tie, they have to race to put one ball into their container.
  2. ^ Jelay and Missy tied in first place. To break the tie, they have to race to stack three water bottles without it being destroyed.

For Star Dreamers that didn't make the cut, they will be sent to Camp Star Hunt. For them to crossover to the house, the team and individual scores of each will be added to determine their final points. The top four Star Dreamers with the most points will be up for public voting to determine who will become an official housemate. Once a Star Dreamer gets promoted as a housemate, another Star Dreamer will come as their replacement.

  • #1: Star Dreamers must prepare, and sell street foods for one hour. The team with the highest revenue gets higher points as a team. Individual points are also given based on their attitude and determination during the task.
  • #2: Star Dreamers are tasked to create a fitness dance routine that will be taught to the public.
  • #3: Star Dreamers must be able to buy junk materials with their given budget.
  • #4: Star Dreamers are to create parols.
  • #5: Star Dreamers are to write, act, and direct a short film, guided by Ces Quesada.
Camp Star Hunt selection
#1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8
Entry Day
and Date
Day 9
November 18
Day 16
November 25
Day 23
December 2
Day 30
December 9
Day 37
December 16
Day 44
December 23
Day 51
December 30
Day 54
January 3
Gabby 4 3 7 2 3 1 No score House Player
(Day 44)
Ultimate House Player
(Day 51–57)
Sansan 8 1 8 0 3 2 No score House Player
(Day 44)
Ultimate House Player
(Day 55–57)
Achilles 8 4 8 0 0 1 No score House Player
(Day 44)
Exited
(Day 56)
Aljon Crossed-over
(Day 1–30)
Evicted
(Day 30)
Not in
the Camp
House Player
(Day 44)
Exited
(Day 56)
Gian Not in the Camp 2 No score House Player
(Day 44)
Exited
(Day 56)
Krist 4 6 8 0 3 1 No score House Player
(Day 44)
Exited
(Day 56)
Kurt Not in the Camp 7 2 0 2 No score House Player
(Day 44)
Exited
(Day 56)
Lienel Not in the Camp No score House Player
(Day 44)
Exited
(Day 56)
Missy 8 5 7 2 0 1 No score Crossed-over
(Day 37–51)
Voluntary Exit
(Day 51)
Exited
(Day 56)
Rhys 4 7 7 2 Crossed-over
(Day 16–56)
Exited
(Day 56)
Reign Not in the Camp 0 2 Crossed-over
(Day 30–57)
Evicted
(Day 57)
Ali 4 2 8 0 3 Crossed-over
(Day 23–37)
Evicted
(Day 37)
Criza 8 8 Crossed-over
(Day 9–23)
Evicted
(Day 23)
Participants Achilles
Criza
Missy
Rhys
Kurt
Gabby
Missy
Rhys
Ali
Gabby
Krist
Sansan
Gian
Kurt
Reign
Sansan
All Star Dreamers All Star Dreamers
Not selected Achilles
10.31%
Missy
19.22%
Rhys
34.56%
Kurt
8.35%
Gabby
12.33%
Missy
33.67%
Krist
12.84%
Sansan
13.31%
Gabby
29.96%
Gian
12.91%
Sansan
20.01%
Kurt
31.35%
Krist
2.17%
Gabby
3.95%
Achilles
4.59%
Sansan
5.10%
Gian
5.77%
Lienel
5.84%
Kurt
35.10%
none Achilles
Aljon
Gian
Krist
Kurt
Lienel
Sansan
Achilles
Aljon
Gian
Krist
Kurt
Lienel
Missy
Official Housemate(s) Criza
35.92%
Rhys
45.65%
Ali
52.98%
Reign
35.72%
Missy
37.49%
No selection
House Player(s) Not implemented All Star Dreamers Gabby Sansan
References [32] [33] [34] [35] [36]
Ultimate House Player Nominations
Ultimate
House Player
Nomination
Nominations
received
Achilles Gabby
Sansan
0
Aljon Gabby
Lienel
3
Gabby Sansan
Aljon
10
Gian Gabby
Sansan
0
Krist Gabby
Sansan
0
Kurt Gabby
Sansan
2
Lienel Kurt
Aljon
3
Sansan Lienel
Aljon
6
Ultimate
House Players
Gabby
Sansan

Batch 2: Adults[edit]

On January 7 and 8, sixteen Star Dreamers entered Camp Star Hunt, which was divided into Camp A and Camp B. They were divided into two groups, and had undergone the Ultimate Star Dreamer Challenge. After the challenge, Big Brother chose eight official housemates.

On Day 55, Shawntel and Thea crossed-over to the Big Brother House as the official housemates; it was revealed that after the two's crossover, there will be no new additional Star Dreamers that will enter the Camp. Later on, Aljur Abrenica entered the Camp as a Celebrity Star Player.[37]

On Day 62, Ex-housemates Abi, JC, Tori, and Wakim entered Camp Star Hunt to become House Challengers, with the other Star Dreamers being announced as House Challengers on the next day.

On Day 77, The House Challengers and the rest of the ex-housemates returned to 'grill' the Housemates with negative questions and comments from social media.

  • #1: Star Dreamers are to form the provided illustration of a key by stacking crayons.
  • #2: Star Dreamers are to run a carinderia and must sell their chosen dishes to the public. The team with the highest sales and with a point from the carinderia manager wins the task. Prior to the task, they must prepare and serve their dishes to the housemates for a taste test.
  • #3: Star Dreamers are to do housekeeping in a hotel. The points they receive will be added to their next job which is to run a flower shop. This is for wedding of Mitch and Dudz.
  • #4: Star Dreamers are to run a free hair and make-up salon.
  • #5: Star Dreamers are to become kiddie party entertainers.
  • #6: Star Dreamers are to become wet market fish vendors.
  • #7: Star Dreamers are to become water aerobics instructors.
  • #8: Star Dreamers are to become cadets during the Military Training week against the Housemates for the 1st Ultim8 Pinoy Big Battle.
Camp Star Hunt selection
#1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8 #9 #10
Entry Day
and Date
Day 1
January 8
Day 13
January 20
Day 27
February 3
Day 34
February 10
Day 41
February 17
Day 48
February 24
Day 55
March 3
Day 62
March 10
Day 62
March 12
Day 76
March 24
Dismissal Day
and Date
Day 27
February 3
Day 41
February 17
Kin Not in the Camp Lost Lost Won Won Won House Challenger; Fantastic Four
(Day 63–83)
Mark M. Not in the Camp Lost Won House Challenger; Fantastic Four
(Day 63–83)
JC Won Won 12 Lost Won Crossed-over
(Day 41–55)
Evicted
(Day 55)
House Challenger; Fantastic Four
(Day 63–83)
Wakim Lost Crossed-over
(Day 1–48)
Evicted
(Day 48)
House Challenger; Fantastic Four
(Day 63–83)
Grace Not in the Camp Won Lost Won House Challenger
(Day 63–83)
Lyndon Not in the Camp Lost Won Won House Challenger
(Day 63–83)
Abi Lost Crossed-over
(Day 1–27)
Evicted
(Day 27)
House Challenger
(Day 63–83)
Tori Lost Lost 12 Crossed-over
(Day 27–41)
Evicted
(Day 41)
House Challenger
(Day 63–83)
Shawntel Won Lost 12 Lost Lost Won Won Crossed-over
(Day 55–82)
Evicted
(Day 82)
Thea Won Lost 8 Won Won Lost Won Crossed-over
(Day 55–82)
Evicted
(Day 82)
Camille Not in the Camp Won Lost Lost Won Crossed-over
(Day 62–78)
Evicted
(Day 78)
Kim Not in the Camp Won Won Lost Lost Won Crossed-over
(Day 62–78)
Evicted
(Day 78)
Hanie Won Won 16 Won Lost Won Crossed-over
(Day 48–69)
Evicted
(Day 69)
Panelist
(Day 77–78)
Mark O. Lost Won Crossed-over
(Day 13–62)
Evicted
(Day 62)
Panelist
(Day 77–78)
Mary Grace Lost Lost 16 Won Crossed-over
(Day 34–62)
Evicted
(Day 62)
Panelist
(Day 77–78)
Mitch Lost Crossed-over
(Day 1–48)
Evicted
(Day 48)
Panelist
(Day 77–78)
Apey Won Crossed-over
(Day 1–48)
Evicted
(Day 34)
Panelist
(Day 77–78)
Aljur Not in the Camp Star Player
(Day 55)
Exited
(Day 68)
Patrick Lost Won 12 Lost Lost Dismissed
(Day 41)
Marie Not in
the Camp
Lost 8 Dismissed
(Day 27)
Andre Lost Crossed-over
(Day 1–85)
Fumiya Won Crossed-over
(Day 1–85)
Lou Won Crossed-over
(Day 1–85)
Yamyam Won Crossed-over
(Day 1–85)
Notes See Note 1 See Note 2 See Note 3 None See Note 4 See Note 5
Participants All Star Dreamers Hanie
JC
Mark O.
Patrick
Hanie
JC
Mary Grace
Patrick
Shawntel
Tori
Hanie
Kim
Mary Grace
Thea
Camille
JC
Kim
Thea
Grace
Hanie
Kin
Shawntel
Kin
Lyndon
Shawntel
Thea
All Star Dreamers All Star Dreamers All Star Dreamers
Ex-Housemates
Not selected Hanie
JC
Mark O.
Mary Grace
Patrick
Shawntel
Thea
Tori
Hanie
JC
Patrick
Hanie
JC
Mary Grace
Patrick
Shawntel
Hanie
Kim
Thea
Camille
Kim
Thea
Grace
Kin
Shawntel
Kin
Lyndon
Grace
Kin
Lyndon
Mark M.
None
Official Housemate(s)(s) Abi
Andre
Apey
Fumiya
Lou
Mitch
Wakim
Yamyam
Mark O. Tori Mary Grace JC Hanie Shawntel
Thea
Camille
Kim
No Selection
Up For Dismissal Not Implemented Marie
Thea
Not Implemented Patrick Not Implemented
Saved From Dismissal Thea
4 of 6 votes to save
None
Dismissed Marie
2 of 6 votes to save
Patrick
Notes
  1. ^ Colors indicate the division of Star Dreamers. The winning camp's advantage is that the first four housemates will come from their group. The other four housemates came from the losing camp.
  2. ^ Colors which team won the Camp Carenderia challenge. Boom Sherep Eatery was composed of Marie, Mary Grace, Shawntel, Thea and Tori; on the other hand, T8sty Boys Bulalohan was composed of Hanie, JC, Mark and Patrick. The latter group won after garnering two points: one point from earning the most sales and another point from the Carenderia manager.
  3. ^ Marie and Thea became part of the bottom two after garnering the least points in the week's job task and had lost the tasks for three consecutive times. The other six were able get the six most top points. The Star Dreamers voted to save one of them from dismissal with the one garnering the least save votes being dismissed.
  4. ^ Kim and Camille crossed-over to the House on Day 62 but their status as Star Dreamers were still retained. They became official housemates on Day 68 upon the House winning the second Pinoy Big Battle.
  5. ^ The House Challengers were tasked to formulate questions that would determine if the remaining housemates are worthy enough to become part of their Batch's Big Four; they will all become part of the Tapatan Panelist. Ex-housemates Hanie, Mark O., Mary Grace, Mitch and Apey also joined the House Challengers as five of the Tapatan Panelist.

Batch 3: Teens[edit]

Camp Star Hunt selection
#1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8
Entry Day
and Date
Day 7
April 6
Day 8
April 7
Day 14
April 13
Day 15
April 14
Lance No score No score Lost No score Crossed-over
(Day 15–present)
Ashley No score No score Lost No score Crossed-over
(Day 15–present)
Batit No score No score Lost No score Crossed-over
(Day 15–present)
Tan No score No score Crossed-over
(Day 8–present)
Angela No score Crossed-over
(Day 7–present)
Yen No score Crossed-over
(Day 7–present)
Sheena No score No score Crossed-over
(Day 8–53)
Evicted
(Day 53)
Shoichi No score Crossed-over
(Day 7–53)
Evicted
(Day 53)
Mich No score Crossed-over
(Day 7–43)
Evicted
(Day 43)
Kyzha No score No score Crossed-over
(Day 8–43)
Evicted
(Day 43)
Emjay No score No score Won Crossed-over
(Day 14–43)
Forced Eviction
(Day 43)
Jem No score No score Won Crossed-over
(Day 14–36)
Evicted
(Day 36)
Gwen No score No score Won Crossed-over
(Day 14–36)
Evicted
(Day 36)
Alfred No score No score Crossed-over
(Day 8–36)
Evicted
(Day 36)
Narcy No score No score Lost No score Crossed-over
(Day 15–29)
Evicted
(Day 29)
Shami No score No score Won Crossed-over
(Day 14–29)
Evicted
(Day 29)
Notes See Note 1 None See Note 2
Participants All Star Dreamers Emjay
Gwen
Jem
Shami
Ashley
Batit
Lance
Narcy
Not selected Batit
Jem
Narcy
Shami
Ashley
Emjay
Gwen
Lance
None None
Official Housemate(s) Angela
Mich
Shoichi
Yen
Alfred
Kyzha
Sheena
Tan
Emjay
Gwen
Jem
Shami
Ashley
Batit
Lance
Narcy
Notes
  1. ^ The second batch of Teen Star Dreamers were introduced on March 31; but the set of official housemates were only introduced on April 7 and 8—Day 7 and 8, respectively.
  2. ^ These crossovers occurred on the same day, however it was broadcast on April 14th and 15th. The housemates had to undergo a challenge in order to crossover the remaining Star Dreamers. Ashley and Batit crossed over during the Day 15 (April 14th) episode, while Lance and Narcy crossed over during the Day 16 (April 15th) episode.

Houseguests[edit]

Batch 1 - Teens

Several previous housemates and celebrities have visited the house to participate in tasks, mentor the housemates, or judge their performances. On Day 8, Dawn Chang, Mickey Perz, and Zeus Collins, judge the housemates in their dance painting. On Day 15, Axel Torres, Bayani Agbayani, Janella Salvador, and McCoy de Leon help the housemates in their 1st Big Celebr8ty Challenge. On Day 21, Nyoy Volante teach the housemates in their celebrity impersonations. On Day 22, Billy Crawford, Jed Madela, and Melai Cantiveros, later, judge their celebrity impersonation performances. On Day 29, Elsa Droga, Juliana Parizcova Segovia and, Rufa Mae Quinto help the housemates in their 3rd Big Celebr8ty Challenge. On Day 34, Loisa Andalio, encourage the housemates in their 5th weekly task, to gain revenue in the outside world. On Day 35 and Day 36, Edward Barber and Maymay Entrata visited the house. The two helped the housemates in their last Decem-versus challenge. On Day 43 and Day 44, Darren Espanto, Jimboy Martin, Kyla, and Maris Racal judge the housemates' performances in their concert night.

Batch 1 - Adults

On Day 11, ABS-CBN writer and stand-up comedian Alex Calleja entered the House in order to mentor them for their Otsoya Saya Task. On Day 42, Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil entered the House to be guest directors for their acting task.

On Day 50, international pop band Now United (except for Shivani and Lamar) visited the House.

On Day 55, Aljur Abrenica entered Camp Star Hunt to assist the Star Dreamers in the Pinoy Big Battle challenge.[37] <--

Batch 3 - Teens

On Day 49, The "Gold Squad" Andrea Brillantes, Francine Diaz, Kyle Echarri and ex-teen housemate Seth Fedelin entered the house to pretend as housemates and challenged the housematesto give up their golden medallions.

Summary of important events[edit]

NOTE: To reflect the actual numbering of days in the show and those posted in the show's social media accounts, the numbering of days is readjusted back to Day 1 upon the entry of a new batch. This is in contrast to those used in the previous special seasons.

Batch 1: Teens[edit]

On Day 1, during the first part of the official launch, 8 male Star Dreamers had to undergo challenges in order to become an official housemate. Seth won the first challenge and become the first housemate to enter the House. Meanwhile, Aljon won the second challenge and became the second official housemate. Afterwards, the Council of Eight Big Winners from the past seasons of the franchise chose Art from the remaining Star Dreamers to become the official third housemate; on the other hand, Josh was voted by the public to become the fourth official housemate to enter the House.[29] On Day 2, for the second part of the official launch, 8 female Star Dreamers had also undergone several challenges. Jelay and Kaori became official housemates after winning the first and second challenges, respectively. Lie was picked as the seventh official housemate by the Council; while Karina won the public vote, becoming the last official housemate.[30][31]

On Day 49, the first Big Jump challenge was held. All the housemates were asked if they will play the challenge but only Reign, Lie, Jelay and Kaori decided to do it. Others decided not to due to the reason that they have to give way and give the chances to those housemates who would like to win. Meanwhile, the Star Dreamers in the Camp were asked by Big Brother in whom they should give help in the such challenge; they chose Jelay. They had also chose who among themselves should take part in helping Jelay; and they chose Gian. The challenge was eventually won by Jelay, making her the first housemate to become automatically part of the batch's Big Four.[38] On Day 50, Big Brother announced that the eviction was cancelled as Missy decided to make a voluntary exit. Missy exited the House on Day 51.[39]

On Day 54, Karina, Rhys and Seth played the Do-or-Die Challenge. The challenge was given due to the reason that they decided not to take part in the Big Jump challenge in which Jelay emerged as the winner. Rhys placed last in the challenge, and as a consequence, he was automatically eliminated.[40] With Rhys exit, Sansan from Camp joined the House on Day 55. Unknown to the housemates, Sansan was tasked by Big Brother to become a Houseplayer. On the same day, Kaori won the last Big Jump challenge making her eligible to become part of the Big Four.[41]

On Day 57, Seth and Reign were evicted from the House after garnering the least number of the public's votes; while Karina and Lie were announced as the last members of the Big Four, joining Jelay and Kaori.[42] Public voting to determine the batch's winner commenced within the live telecast of the Big8ting Salubong on Day 58. However, as a twist, their individual standings were not revealed; the result shall only be revealed during the determination of the fourth batch's Big Four. After the public voting had ended, the batch's Big Four exited the House.[13]

Batch 2: Adults[edit]

With the exit of the Teens' Big Four on Day 1 (Day 58 for the teens), 8 Star Dreamers entered the Star Hunt Camp. They were divided into two camps: Camp A and Camp B. Camp A was composed of Abi, Mitch, Andre and Mark; while Camp B was composed of Yamyam, Fumiya, Lou and Apey.[13] Another 8 Star Dreamers entered the camp on Day 2. Tori, Mary Grace, Patrick and Wakim joined Camp A; while JC, Hanie, Thea and Shawntel were grouped with Camp B.[43] On Day 3, the two Camps had to battle through a challenge; the winning Camp shall have the chance to crossover to the House. Camp B later on won the Challenge. From Camp B, Yamyam, Fumiya, Lou and Apey were selected to crossover. From the losing Camp, Abi, Mitch, Andre and Wakim were also able to crossover from the Camp.

On Day 16, Mark was selected by Big Brother from the Camp's winning group to become an official housemate.[44] His entry was made with a twist, since it was also announced that he will become a 2-in-1 housemate—partnering with his sister, Apey.[45] With Mark's entry, Big Brother threw a backyard party at the pool area. On the same day, their third weekly task was given wherein, on Big Brother's signal, they were prohibited to talk and to make any noise while wearing headgears adorned with bells. On the same day, Wakim was called to the confession room; he was given a punishment for breaking a bedside table while they were still on hold at a hotel prior to their entry to the House. He was given miniature wooden tables as slippers in which he had to wear all the time. On Day 18, while everybody was prevented to move and make a noise, Mitch was tasked to search all 8 things of her son around the House for eight minutes in order for her to see him. She eventually found the said things and was able to see her son for 64 minutes. Earlier, the male housemates had to help Mitch's partner, Dudz, to do a special task in order to have a wedding proposal for Mitch. To fulfill the special task, they had to shoot 43 rings in the pink pole found across the pool in the garden area; they were successful in finishing the said task. In the evening, Dudz was able to make a surprise wedding proposal.[46]

On Day 19, in order to have a chance to see her father, Apey was given a special task wherein she had to turn the hands of a life-size clock for 272 times (which represented 23 years of her life) within 8 hours. At anytime during the task, additional weight may be added to the long hand of the clock. She is prevented to ask for any help from the other housemates, except from Mark. Apey had an argument with Mark, insisting that she alone will have to do the task and that she needs no help, not even from Mark.[47] They were able to patch the differences between themselves and continue with the task leading to its successful completion. Apey was later able to see her estranged father and, as a surprise, her two other siblings.[48]

On Day 20, it was revealed that the housemates had failed their weekly task, having incurred more than 5 mistakes. Later in the evening, Abi, Apey & Mark and Wakim were nominated during their batch's first nomination night.[47]

Tasks[edit]

Weekly tasks[edit]

Task No. Date given Task title and description Result
Teens Batch 1
1 November 14
(Day 5)
88-Second Dance Painting
The Housemates must paint the Pinoy Big Brother: Otso logo through a dance painting. The logo is divided into four quadrants, and housemates were paired to complete their assigned quadrant within 88 seconds. They must also perform and put the four quadrants together within 88 seconds. The housemates had four days to practice for their final performance at the end of the week. Also serving as an Immunity and Reward Challenge, the best performing pair chosen by the judges would each receive ₱8,888 as well as Immunity from the first Nominations regardless of the task's result.
Failed
2 November 21
(Day 12)
Tower of Dominoes
Housemates must create a tower of dominoes the shape of an 8 that is as high as the measuring stick provided. They must build this on a floating platform at the center of the pool.
Passed
3 November 29
(Day 21)
Gr8 to Imperson8
Housemates are given celebrity icons to impersonate, and must successfully act their impersonations on a live show. To succeed, they must receive 88,888 tweets through an official hashtag.
Passed
4 December 5
(Day 26)
Frisbee Relay
Housemates are given a frisbee with a cup attached, and three ping pong balls. All housemates must participate in the game, where one will throw the frisbee, one will try to shoot a ping pong ball inside the cup whilst in the air, and one who will catch it, with the ping pong ball inside the cup. All three ping pong balls must be used successfully.
Failed
5 December 11
(Day 32)
Pinoy Big Brotherhood Bazaar
Housemates are to sell 200 shirts worth ₱200,000. To succeed, they must sell all shirts that they themselves designed and priced, and be able to reach a revenue of ₱400,000.
Failed
6 December 18
(Day 39)
Big Otso Concert
Housemates must reprise their talents in a concert night, with the hep of the Star Dreamers. They are divided into two teams. To succeed, all performances posted and uploaded from Facebook and YouTube must cumulate within 888,888 views.
Passed
7 January 4
(Day 56)
Cube Tower of 2019
Housemates must build a cube that will form the year 2019, they must do these while blindfolded. But while building the cube, there are unexpected masked guests that will demolitize the tower. With a twist, Big Brother gave a task to Gabby and Sansan, a task to accuse the housemates that will show their true personality while doing the cube.
Failed
Adults Batch 1
1 January 9
(Day 4)
Marie Songalia's Story
The male housemates were task by Big Brother, a task in order to hide Marie and not to be found out by the female housemates. Later, the female housemates discover Marie. After the past events, Housemates are now to find her biological mother wherein they must do 8 laps in the pool and use the tokens in the Otsonet machine to use social media in order to find her mother.
Passed
2 January 15
(Day 10)
Otsoya Saya Task
Housemates have to do a comedy show consisting of 8 sketches. To succeed, they must cumulate 88,000 laugh reactions from their Facebook video.
Passed
3 January 21
(Day 16)
A Quie8 House
While wearing headgears adorned with bells, the housemates are prohibited to speak and to make noises on Big Brother's signal. They are only allowed to move and talk on Big Brother's command. They are only required to make 5 mistakes.
Failed
4 January 29
(Day 24)
Otso Card Cake
The housemates must create an eight-layered wedding cake made of cards. The first layer must occupy the full circumference of the circular table provided for them. If they will complete three layers of the cake, the basic wedding package will be upgraded to a standard package; while a six layers will upgrade the package to a de luxe package. On the other hand, eight layers are needed for an upgrade to a premium package. For them to win the weekly task, they must successfully place the wedding topper at the top of the said eight-layered wedding cake. The housemates are only given 2 days to finish the task.
Passed
5 February 5
(Day 31)
PBB Trashion Show
The housemates must create three different outfits using recyclable materials. They must sketch and create their own design based on the following categories: place of origin, summer wear, formal wear, and Philippine folklore. In order to win they must model the designs properly and neatly on the runway at the end of the week.
Passed
6 February 12
(Day 38)
Fixing A Brok8n Heart
The housemates need to build a broken heart in the middle of the pool out of the red styrofoam blocks scattered around the garden. Nobody are allowed to dip in the pool to support the structure and the blocks should only be stacked with the use of any material any method they’re going to come up with. Besides, everyone must be in their cupid costumes while doing the task. In order for them to win, they should be able to finish it within the week and it must erect for 88 seconds without anything or anyone supporting it.
Failed
7 February 18
(Day 44)
Dancem8s Ni Kuya
In preparation for this week's weekly task, the housemates were tasked by Big Brother for a face-to-face nomination wherein one housemate will give two housemates a spiked ball chain necklace with corresponding 2 points and 1 point for each chain necklace. Big Brother's reason for the housemates on giving the chain necklace is based on who among the housemates are unreliable and not dependable.

As Wakim (9 points), Yamyam (5 points), and Andre (3 points) emerged as the highest receiver of points, Big Brother made the three of them as the weekly task leaders. Big Brother divided the housemates into three groups and the three task leaders would be the group leaders for their performance at the end of the week.

Their performance will be scored by the judges (Loisa Andalio, AC Bonifacio, and Joane Laygo). A group can attain a maximum of 24 points (8 points being the highest score given by one judge). But since Team Andre won the special task challenge given by Big Brother, they received an additional score of 4 points. The group to receive the highest total points will sit on immunity chairs, meaning they will be exempted from the upcoming double eviction for the week. On the other hand, the two groups to receive the total lowest points will be automatically nominated.

Passed
8 February 28
(Day 54)
Flipping Bottles
After this week's Duel Challenge, Big Brother revealed to the four winning housemates (Mark, Hanie, Mary Grace, and Andre) that they still have one remaining task to accomplish which will still test their strengths and abilities. They had to do the bottle flipping challenge wherein they have to flip all 88 bottles with colored water and make them stand on all four tables with 22 bottles per table. Big Brother reminded them that it was still crucial for them. Big Brother also tasked the four other housemates (Yamyam, JC, Lou, and Fumiya) to do the same challenge.
Passed1
9 March 7
(Day 61)
Military Week
The Pinoy Big Battle also served as their weekly task. For the result, see 1st Ultim8 Pinoy Big Battle.
Failed
10 March 16
(Day 70)
Paa-pet Show
The Pinoy Big Battle also served as their weekly task. For the result, see 2nd Pinoy Big Battle.
Passed
11 March 24
(Day 78)
Harapang Tapatan
Big brother tapped ex-housemates and this year's lineup of house challengers to take over the mentally and emotionally challenging chore of asking the Big 4 candidates harsh and personal questions. The housemates could either answer courageously and truthfully or refuse to discuss and push the red button in front of them as an act of surrendering.
But this time, Big Brother put a terrible twist – asking the remaining official housemates to submit the most treasured possessions they brought inside the house which would be burned in front of them once they decided to give up in the 'grilling'.
Passed
Teens Batch 2
1 April 10
(Day 11)
Dance Clash
The Housemates had to choreograph three presentation numbers. The housemates will be divided into two groups of four, wherein each group must present their dance numbers in the first two presentations; in the last presentation, all the housemates are required to be in the said number. As a challenge, the first two numbers must include a story.

An additional challenge was given on Day 12 wherein at the instance of Big Brother, a certain number of housemates will have to practice their choreography while lying down. They will have to be in the said position until Big Brother says otherwise.

Passed
2 April 16
(Day 17)
Al-EGG-aan mo ako
The Housemates is given one egg to be design and taken care in preparation for Easter Sunday. It must not be broken and it must be tied to their pulse until Big Brother told them to do so. In order to win they must not broke more 4 eggs that they are taking care of.
Failed
3 April 25
(Day 26)
Pinoy Pig Houses
The Housemates must create houses based on various materials given by Big Brother. When they have done their houses Big Bad Wolf will enter to test the sturdiness of the houses. There will 3 challenges to test the houses. 1st Challenge: Wind, 2nd Challenge: Water 3rd Challenge: Water and Wind. In order to win the task 2 out of 3 houses must remain standing.
Failed
4 April 30
(Day 31)
Sports Fest
The Housemates are divided into two groups for the two games to be played by the end of the week: 1st game: Basketball (boys), 2nd game: Volleyball (girls). Each game is equivalent to 50% of their weekly budget. If the housemates won two games, they will receive their weekly budget in full. If only one game, they will only receive have of their weekly budget and none if they lost on two games.
Passed2
5 May 6–9
(Day 37–40)
Pinoy Big Bakbakan
The Housemates will face with challengers from the outside world in a series of challenges throughout the week to get a portion of their weekly budget. During this week, the Housemates were pitted against the Batch 2 Adults Big Four (Yamyam, Fumiya, Lou, and Andre).
Failed3
6 May 15
(Day 46)
Build 8 Up
The Housemates must build a tower with 8 layers made of plastic cups. In order to win, they must be able to fill all cups with water by only filling the topmost cup. Additional layer would be added for each game lost during the 2nd Pinoy Big Bakbakan with the challengers from the outside world. On the other hand, a layer would also be deducted for each game won against the challengers.
Failed
Notes
  1. ^ This task was a partial failure, as the housemates didn't complete all the 88 bottles standing on four tables but Big Brother considered this task to teach the housemates a lesson of trust, reliance, teamwork and confidence with other housemates.
  2. ^ The housemates only won one of the two games: Basketball (boys), hence, they only received half of their weekly budget.
  3. ^ The housemates only won one of the four games: Catch and Build, hence, they only received one-fourth of their weekly budget.

Challenges[edit]

Housemates vs. Star Dreamers Challenge[edit]

In one week, the Housemates and the Star Dreamers will battle in several challenges. This challenges were revealed in the first Teen and first Adult batches.

For the first Teen batch, on Day 32 the challenge (called as the Decem-Versus Challenge) was revealed as a competition between the housemates against the Star Dreamers of Camp Star Hunt. If the housemates got defeated by the Camp Star Hunt, there would be a double eviction and two Star Dreamers would crossover to the house. If the housemates wins at least one challenge against the Camp, only one housemate would be evicted and only one Star Dreamer would enter at the end of the week. On Day 33, Ali, Reign, and Rhys, who are originally from Camp Star Hunt, took the chance to help the Camp, leaving the five other housemates to compete in this challenge. On Day 34, after the housemates lose their second challenge, the Camp had an 88-second advantage on their third challenge. On Day 36, Ali, Reign, and Rhys were given a chance to change their decision, Rhys was the only one who help the housemates.

For the first Adult batch, on Day 55 the challenge (called as the Pinoy Big Battle) was revealed both to the housemates and Star Dreamers. According to Big Brother, if the housemates will win the challenge all of them will be immune from eviction. But if they fail to win the challenge, two star dreamers from the Camp will crossover to the House. It was also revealed that their challenge will be a Military Week Challenge. Prior to the announcement of the first Pinoy Big Battle to the Housemates, Big Brother initially informed Shawntel and Thea that they will be separated during the final battle: one of them would stay with the housemates, and the other would be sent to help the Star Dreamers. The decision was decided by the Housemates, where Shawntel was sent to help the Star Dreamers. For the Second Pinoy Big Battle occurring on Day 68. Camille and Kim learned that they weren't officially housemates yet, and would only become one after the battle. They were tasked to lead the Housemates for the second battle, while Shawntel and Andre were sent to Camp Star Hunt to lead them respectively. Grace and Kin replaced their spots for the battle.


Challenge No. Date given Challenge description Team Housemates Participants Camp Star Hunt Participants Winner
Decemversus Challenge for Teens Batch 1
1 December 11
(Day 32)
Big Circle Dance
Housemates and Star Dreamers must fit their feet inside eight circles with varying sizes. They are timed on how long they manage to do this in every circle. Their seconds for every circle are added to reach a total time. The team with the least amount of time wins.
Ali, Jelay, Kaori, Karina, Lie, Reign, Rhys, Seth Achilles, Gabby, Gian, Krist, Kurt, Lienel, Missy, Sansan Camp Star Hunt
3 minutes, 59 seconds
2 December 13
(Day 34)
Human Slingshot
Housemates and Star Dreamers are to create a human slingshot and must pin down targets placed on top of the roof of the house using basketballs. The team with the most points wins.
Jelay, Kaori, Karina, Lie, Seth Achilles, Ali, Gabby, Gian, Krist, Kurt, Lienel, Missy, Reign, Rhys, Sansan Camp Star Hunt
2 points
3 December 15
(Day 36)
Wooden Plank Relay
The last Decem-Versus challenge is split into half. Housemates and Star Dreamers are to move balls using wooden planks, in which they must balance to shoot onto a box.

Hole in the Wall Maze
The second round, the balls should be put on top within a maze board, full of varying sizes of holes with the use of a pulley machine. The team with the least amount of time wins.

Edward, Jelay, Kaori, Karina, Lie, Maymay, Rhys, Seth Achilles, Ali, Gabby, Gian, Krist, Kurt, Lienel, Missy, Reign, Sansan Housemates
23 minutes, 35 seconds
Pinoy Big Battle for Adults Batch 1
1 March 7
(Day 61)
1st Ultim8 Pinoy Big Battle
Adult Housemates and Star Dreamers were sent to Camp Capinpin in Tanay, Rizal for their Ultimate Pinoy Big Battle. For this battle, Big Brother temporarily got the flags of both teams from them and they can just get it back once they finish the challenges in all eight stations. The first squad to make it to the grandstand wins.
Andre, Fumiya, Hanie, Lou, Mark O., Mary Grace, Thea, Yamyam Aljur, Camille, Grace, Kim, Kin, Lyndon, Mark M., Shawntel Camp Star Hunt
2 March 14
(Day 68)
2nd Pinoy Big Battle
Team Housemates and Team Star Dreamers faced each other again in the second Pinoy Big Battle, wherein they competed onstage in three rounds of performances.
On the first round, the two teams will perform against each other in a clash of Chinese Yoyo skills. They will then compete in another Chinese Yoyo battle in the second round. And, in the last round, both teams should be able to showcase their “Paa-pet Show.”
Camille, Fumiya, Grace, Hanie, Kim, Kin, Lou, Thea, Yamyam Abi, Andre, JC, Lyndon, Mark M., Shawntel, Tori, Wakim Housemates

Big Jump Challenge[edit]

Housemates had to participate in various challenges in order to continue their journey and to earn a spot in the Big 4. Starting from Day 48, Big Brother announced about the information of the Big Jump Challenge. On Day 49 of the 1st Teen Batch, Jelay, Kaori, Lie, and Reign decided to partake in the 1st Big Jump Challenge. On Day 50, Big Brother announce that one of the Star Dreamers can help one of the Big Jump players. They pick Jelay, and Gian was able to help her in the challenge.

On Day 71 of the 1st Adult Batch, Big Brother announced that the challenges for the Big Jump to the Big 4 are about to kick-off this week by showing off the gold medallion in the shape of the show's current logo that will be worn to the housemate who's going to score the very first slot to the most-coveted roster.

Challenge No. Date given Task title and description Participants Winner
Teens Batch 1
1 December 28
(Day 49)
Big Pole Balance
Jelay, Kaori, Lie, and Reign were the only housemates who decided to partake in the first part of the Big Jump Challenge. In order for them to earn a spot in the Big 4, they must balance a billiard cue ball on a platform with a pole attached, while moving it on a circuit maze. They must do this within an allotted time limit. If the ball either drops or passes the border, the Big Jumper has to restart their progress.
Jelay
Kaori
Lie
Reign
Jelay
2 January 3
(Day 55)
Last Doll Standing
Kaori, Karina, Lie, Reign, and Seth were the only housemates eligible to join in the second part of the Big Jump Challenge. In order for them to earn a spot in the Big 4, they must balance a platform attached to a pole with a doll above it. The last housemate standing will earn a spot in the Big 4.
Kaori
Karina
Lie
Reign
Seth
Kaori
Adults Batch 1
1 March 17–19
(Day 71–73)
Destruct and Stack
Housemates and House Challengers paired up for first level of Big Jump to the Big Four challenge. For the initial challenge, the housemates were pitted against House Challengers, in which they had to topple down a wall of colorful blocks by hitting it with balls then reassemble those afterwards forming the pattern on the opposite side of it. Both pairs have a Freeze power to stop their opponents from finishing their blocks and attempting to destroy what they had already constructed. If a Housemate pair wins, both of them will proceed to the next level round. Otherwise, the Housemate pair would have to decide which of them will proceed to the next level of the challenge and which of them will be automatically nominated.
All Housemates Andre
Camille
Kim
Lou
Shawntel
Thea
Yamyam
2 March 22
(Day 76)
Block Tower
Housemates must demolish a block tower on a platform with their family photo on top using their feet only. Then they must rebuild the block tower on a separate platform by again using their feet. The three Housemates who rebuild the tower with the fastest time will move on to the final round.
Andre
Camille
Kim
Lou
Shawntel
Thea
Yamyam
Yamyam
9 minutes, 13 seconds
Lou
10 minutes, 38 seconds
Andre
14 minutes, 42 seconds
3 March 23
(Day 77)
The Boat is Sinking
The Housemates who are not competing in the final round, will choose one of the three participants to assist. Before the challenge, they must collect and assemble cups and containers that they will use in the challenge. The Housemates must bail water out of a boat with holes, using the containers they've collected. When the buzzer sounds, they must stop bailing water for 88 seconds. At set intervals, more holes are introduced via corkholes in the boat, and weights are placed into the boat, then eventually the Housemates must ditch their containers and only use their hands, then only use one hand. When a Housemate's boat is fully submerged at any point, they are eliminated. The last housemate standing would become part of the Adult Big 4.
Andre
Lou
Yamyam
Yamyam

Do-or-Die LigTask Challenge[edit]

As Karina, Rhys, and Seth forfeited their chance in the Big Jump on the previous week, Big Brother gave them a task to reveal their honest opinion in their stay. On Day 52, Big Brother announced that if all of them succeeded the challenge happening on Day 53, they will be safe from eviction. But if none, one of them will get evicted.

Challenge No. Date given Task description Participants Result
Teens Batch 1
1 January 2
(Day 54)
Water Tower
Karina, Rhys, and Seth must relay into tires to get water from a pool using only a tablespoon. They must then retreat to put water in their designated tower. After the tower fills and the balloon gets popped, they must retrieve a password to open a safe. They must then complete the next challenge.

Tangram Puzzle
In the second challenge, they must assemble a tangram while being objective with a picture of a figure 8 serving as their guide. To succeed, they must call Big Brother to inspect the tangram they assembled.

Karina
Rhys
Seth
Rhys

Duel Challenge[edit]

On Day 49 of the first adult batch, it was announced that the Housemates would compete in a series of one-on-one duel battles. The Housemates themselves had to challenge another housemate to determine the duel participants. The winner of the duel would be safe from subsequent duels, while the loser would be seemingly evicted from the House, though in reality, they would be just be nominated for eviction for that week and be moved to a secret room in the House.

Challenge No. Date given Task description Challenger Challenged
Adults Batch 1
1 February 25
(Day 51)
Cue Ball Relay
The challengers have to transfer three balls one-by-one into an elevated container by transporting it into a transparent tube that could only be raised by pulling the strings attached to it with the use of their feet. The quickest one to accomplish it would be the winner.
Yamyam
36 minutes, 3 seconds
Mark O.
14 minutes, 47 seconds
2 February 26
(Day 52)
Water Tower
The challengers have to fill up a water tower by pouring colored water to it that they need to fetch from three different containers by only using the glass assigned to each one of those. Then, they must slide it on the table and exactly reach the green marker before they could transfer its contents to the tower. The first one to fill the water tower up to the brim will be the winner.
JC
16 minutes, 15 seconds
Hanie
15 minutes, 34 seconds
3 February 27
(Day 53)
Weigh 8 Right
The challengers have to exactly weigh eight kinds of items. They had to place each kind of items in eight containers and weigh them exactly in the required weight separately. If needed, they may cut, saw, break, or remove any part of the kind of item in order to attain the required weight. The challenger with the fastest time to weigh all items perfectly will be the winner.
Mary Grace
29 minutes, 21 seconds
Lou
41 minutes, 2 seconds
4 February 27
(Day 53)
Block Stacking
Each challengers will have an unbalanced table. On top of the said table are blocks formed and stacked like the Big Brother House. They need to maintain the table's balance using a rope while retrieving separately a set of eight blocks placed on the left side of their area. On the farthest end is a table where they will have to place the blocks they had retrieved and stack them similar to that in the unbalanced table. If the blocks in the unbalanced table falls, they will have to restack them again in the correct pattern and repeat the challenge. The first to stack the eight blocks in the correct pattern will be the winner.
Andre Fumiya

Pinoy Big Bakbakan[edit]

As part of Batch 3 Teens fourth and fifth weekly task, the Housemates would compete with challengers from the outside world on a challenge called Pinoy Big Bakbakan. This is a fight between the Batch 3 housemates versus the Batch 2 Adult Big 4 (Week 4) and Batch 1 Teen Big 4 (Week 5).

Game No. Date given Game description Housemates Challengers
Week 4
1 May 6
(Day 37)
Catch and Build
The game would consist of two parts. First part: Player 1 would have to stand on a vibrating exercise machine while catching the balls thrown backwards by Player 2 from 8 different places by only using one hand. Second part: The players must alternately build cubes and discs consecutively on a stick. The pair to finish the game with lesser time will be the winner.
Kyzha and Sheena
6 minutes, 41 seconds
Fumiya and Yamyam
12 minutes, 5 seconds
2 May 7
(Day 38)
Direct Me to the Key
Player 1 is trapped on a watch tower while giving instructions to Player 2 to complete the maze and get the big key. The catch here is, Player 2 would be blindfolded while completing the maze. Player 1 will be the eyes and guide of Player 2 while on the maze with six color-coded strings. Player 2 will step over the yellow-colored string and roll under the blue-colored string. If Player 2 touches the string, there will be a time penalty of 8 seconds. Once Player 2 gets the big key at the end of the maze, he has to go back to the starting point and go to the watch tower to rescue Player 1. The pair to complete the game in lesser time (including the effect of time penalty) will be the winner.
Angela and Lance
16 minutes, 29 seconds
Lou and Andre
16 minutes, 24 seconds
3 May 8
(Day 39)
Human Slingshot
Player 1 will aim for the target while Player 2 will hold the rubber. Player 1 must aim for house-shaped targets with corresponding point for each target: 2 points for each yellow house, 4 points for each blue house, and 8 points for each purple house aimed. Player 2 must do four different poses as flashed on the screen to hold the rubber. Each pose corresponds to eight shoots which the players have. Players have a maximum of 32 shots to complete the game. The pair with the most number of points will be the winner.
Shoichi and Yen
10 points
Fumiya and Yamyam
40 points
4 May 9
(Day 40)
Sakay, Shoot, Salo!
The game has two parts: both players riding on a scooter and both players riding on a bicycle circling around a track shaped number 8. Player 1 will be the shooter while Player 2 will be the catcher using a basket above his head. Four balls must be caught by Player 2 while on a scooter and four balls must be caught while on a bicycle. The pair to finish the game with 8 balls in the basket in lesser time will be the winner.
Ashley and Tan
50 minutes, 46 seconds
Lou and Andre
22 minutes, 57 seconds
Week 5
1 May 14
(Day 45)
Paliparin Mo! Saluhin Mo! I-Shoot Mo! (Fly, Catch, Shoot!)1
The game would consist of three rounds. Player 1 would fly a paper plane to be caught by Player 2 while in an airplane runway costume. Player 2 will then shoot the paper plane inside the basket. The group to win with most number of paper planes will be the winner.
Angela, Ashley, Batit, Lance
23 paper planes
Jelay, Kaori, Karina, Lie
25 paper planes
2 May 15
(Day 46)
Hit the Pako With All Your Might2
The players would need to tap one nail each to drive it down below the surface of the wood using a wiggly hammer. The first group to complete the game will be the winner.
Sheena, Shoichi, Tan, Yen
36 minutes, 31 seconds
Jelay, Kaori, Karina, Lie
33 minutes, 54 seconds
3 May 16
(Day 47)
Pinoy Big Rebound3
The players will play on 2 versus 2 per round. They must roll the ball till it reaches the wall and ensure that the ball rolls back to the safe zone area to proceed with the next ball. If the ball does not reach the safe zone area, the pair would face a consequence: splash of baby powder in Round 1, ampalaya shots in Round 2, slime shower in Round 3. This is a race to four balls per pair. The first group to finish will be the winner.
Batit, Lance, Shoichi, Tan
Jelay, Kaori, Karina, Lie
Notes
  1. ^ As the housemates lost on this game, additional layer of cups would be added to their tower, bringing to total of 9 layers.
  2. ^ As the housemates lost on this game, additional layer of cups would be added to their tower, bringing to total of 10 layers.
  3. ^ As the housemates won on this game, additional layer of cups would be deducted from their tower, bringing back to 9 layers.

Golden Circle Challenges[edit]

As part of the Batch 3 Teens nomination and eviction process, Big Brother decided to make the housemates undergo in a series of Golden Circle challenges to save themselves from the upcoming eviction for the week. Before the selection of housemates who would undergo in Golden Circles challenges, a normal nomination process will take place and the top three housemates who get most nomination points will be nominated for the week and thus would not be able to participate in Golden Circle challenges.

Week 4: GC1: Alfred, Emjay GC2: Ashley, Jem, Lance GC3: Angela, Batit, Khyza
Week 5: GC1: Lance, Batit GC2: Angela, Yen (stripped off of GC due to violation) GC3: Mich, Emjay, Tan, Kyzha, Sheena
Week 6: Mr. and Ms. PBB TeenM8 2019 Winner: Batit, Sheena. Runner up: Shoichi, Yen
Week 7: Batit, Tan, Lance, [Angela, Ashley, Sheena - stripped off due to failure to proceed to next round of Big Jump Challenge]

Nomination history[edit]

In every nomination, each housemate has to nominate two people with the first receiving two points and the second with one point.

Batch 1: Teens[edit]

#1 #2 #3 #4 Decemversus #6 Big Jump Challenge Big8ting Salubong Nominations
received
#5 #7 #8
Eviction Day
and Date
Day 9
November 18
Day 16
November 25
Day 23
December 2
Day 30
December 9
Day 37
December 16
Day 51
December 30
Day 54
January 2
Day 57
January 5
Day 58
January 6
Nomination Day
and Date
Day 9
November 18
Day 16
November 25
Day 23
December 2
Day 29
December 8
Day 37
December 16
Day 44
December 23
Day 53
January 1
Day 55
January 3
Jelay Art
Josh
Criza
Art
Criza
Karina
No
Nominations
Lie
Ali
No
nominations
Finalist Finalist
(Exited; Day 58)
2 (+1)
Kaori Josh
Art
Criza
Art
Criza
Seth
No
Nominations
Ali
Lie
No
Nominations
No
nominations
Finalist Finalist
(Exited; Day 58)
5 (+2)
Karina Art
Josh
Criza
Art
Criza
Rhys
No
Nominations
Ali
Lie
No
nominations
No
Nominations
No
Nominations
Finalist
(Exited; Day 58)
4 (+3)
Lie Josh
Art
Art
Karina
Rhys
Aljon
No
nominations
Ali
Reign
No
Nominations
No
nominations
No
Nominations
Finalist
(Exited; Day 58)
10 (+2)
Seth Josh
Art
Criza
Art
Aljon
Criza
No
nominations
Ali
Rhys
No
Nominations
No
Nominations
No
Nominations
Evicted
(Day 57)
8 (+3)
Reign Not in
the House
Jelay
Ali
No
Nominations
No
nominations
No
Nominations
Evicted
(Day 57)
1 (+2)
Rhys Not in
the House
Seth
Criza
No
nominations
Lie
Seth
No
nominations
No
Nominations
Evicted
(Day 54)
4 (+1)
Missy Not in
the House
No
Nominations
Voluntary Exit
(Day 51)
0 (+1)
Ali Not in
the House
No
nominations
Karina
Seth
Evicted
(Day 37)
10
Aljon Josh
Lie
Criza
Art
Seth
Criza
No
Nominations
Evicted
(Day 30)
4 (+1)
Criza Not in
the House
Art
Kaori
Kaori
Aljon
Evicted
(Day 23)
21
Art Lie
Josh
Criza
Seth
Evicted
(Day 16)
16
Josh Kaori
Lie
Evicted
(Day 9)
11
Notes See Note 1 None See Notes 2, 3 None See Note 4 See Note 5 See Note 6 None
LigTask Karina
Seth
Aljon
Lie
Jelay
Lie
Ali
Lie
Rhys
Seth
none Jelay
Karina
Rhys
none Open Voting
Up for eviction Art
Josh
Lie
Art
Criza
Kaori
Karina
Seth
Aljon
Criza
Seth
Aljon
Jelay
Kaori
Karina
Ali
Jelay
Karina
Lie
Seth
Kaori
Lie
Missy
Reign
Seth
Karina
Rhys
Seth
Karina
Lie
Reign
Seth
Saved from eviction Lie
61.00%
Art
20.37%
Karina
26.67%
Seth
24.11%
Kaori
23.77%
Criza
16.02%
Seth
45.41%
Aljon
44.14%
Kaori
30.15%
Karina
24.31%
Jelay
23.41%
Seth
29.88%
Lie
23.78%
Jelay
22.68%
Karina
21.97%
Kaori
Lie
Reign
Seth
Karina
Seth
Housemate A
38.28%
Housemate B
31.89%
Housemate A
37.48%
Housemate B
29.22%
Housemate C
23.52%
Housemate D
9.79%
Evicted Josh
18.63%
Art
9.24%
Criza
10.44%
Aljon
22.13%
Ali
1.69%
No
Eviction
Rhys
Evicted via task
Seth
26.64%
Reign
3.19%
Voluntary Exit none Missy none
References [32] [33] [34] [35] [36] [49] [41] [50] [42]
Legend
     Housemate received immunity after winning, or finishing a task
     Housemate received automatic nomination for violation of rules, or failure of task
Notes
  1. ^ Karina and Seth were chosen as the pair with the best performance during their weekly task. Their reward is ₱8,888 each and immunity for the first round of nominations.
  2. ^ Aljon, Jelay, and Seth were nominated for violation of house rules. They are given a chance to save themselves from nomination by passing their fourth weekly task. In their weekly task, only two out of three balls were successfully shot, which means only two of them can be saved. The three chose Aljon to remain nominated.
  3. ^ LigTask challenge determined who will be nominated for eviction.
  4. ^ Missy voluntarily exited despite of her reasons being a housemate. Before she exited from the house, Big Brother announced that the eviction will be cancelled, due to Missy's voluntary exit.
  5. ^ Big Brother gave a task to Karina, Rhys and Seth. Since Rhys finished last, he was automatically evicted from the House.
  6. ^ Big Jump challenge determined who will be nominated for eviction. This was a double eviction.

Batch 2: Adults[edit]

#1 #2 #3 #4 Duel Challenge Ultim8 Pinoy Big Battle 2nd Pinoy Big Battle Big Jump Challenge Big8ting Reveal Big8ting Summer Salubong Nominations
received
#5 #6 #7 #8 #9 #10
Eviction Day
and Date
Day 29
February 3
Day 36
February 10
Day 43
February 17
Day 50
February 24
Day 57
March 3
Day 64
March 10
Day 71
March 17
Day 78
March 24
Day 81
March 27
Day 85
March 31
Nomination Day
and Date
Day 22
January 27
Day 30
February 4
Day 37
February 11
Day 64
March 10
Day 71
March 17
Day 77
March 23
Day 78
March 24
Yamyam Apey
Wakim
Apey
Mitch
Wakim
Tori
No
Nominations
No
Nominations
Mary Grace
Lou
Hanie
Lou
Finalist Finalist
(Exited; Day 85)
10 (+2)
Andre Abi
Apey
Mark
Mitch
Mark
Mitch
No
Nominations
No
Nominations
Mary Grace
Yamyam
Hanie
Thea
No
Nominations
No
Nominations
Finalist
(Exited; Day 85)
4 (+2)
Fumiya Wakim
Apey
Apey
Lou
Wakim
Mark
No
Nominations
No
Nominations
Mark
Lou
Lou
Hanie
No
Nominations
No
Nominations
Finalist
(Exited; Day 85)
2 (+4)
Lou Wakim
Apey
Apey
Fumiya
Wakim
Tori
No
Nominations
No
Nominations
Mark
Mary Grace
Hanie
Thea
No
Nominations
No
Nominations
Finalist
(Exited; Day 85)
21 (+3)
Shawntel Not in
the House
Mary Grace
Fumiya
Yamyam
Lou
No
Nominations
No
Nominations
Evicted
(Day 82)
0 (+3)
Thea Not in
the House
Andre
Mary Grace
Hanie
Yamyam
No
Nominations
No
Nominations
Evicted
(Day 82)
5 (+3)
Camille Not in
the House
Lou
Hanie
No
Nominations
Evicted
(Day 78)
0 (+1)
Kim Not in
the House
Lou
Thea
No
Nominations
Evicted
(Day 78)
0 (+1)
Hanie Not in
the House
No
Nominations
Mark
Mary Grace
Thea
Yamyam
Evicted
(Day 71)
10
Mark 2-in-1 with Apey
(Days 13–27)
Lou
Mitch
Wakim
Yamyam
No
Nominations
No
Nominations
Lou
Andre
Evicted
(Day 64)
16
Mary Grace Not in
the House
Exempt No
Nominations
No
Nominations
Mark
Yamyam
Evicted
(Day 64)
9
JC Not in
the House
Exempt No
Nominations
Evicted
(Day 57)
0 (+1)
Wakim Abi
Lou
Apey
Lou
Lou
Mitch
No
Nominations
Evicted
(Day 50)
23 (+2)
Mitch Wakim
Andre
Mark
Yamyam
Wakim
Tori
No
Nominations
Evicted
(Day 50)
5 (+1)
Tori Not in
the House
Exempt Wakim
Mark
Evicted
(Day 43)
3
Apey 2-in-1 with Mark
(Days 13–27)
Lou
Yamyam
Evicted
(Day 36)
8
Apey &
Mark
Wakim
Yamyam
2-in-1 connection split by Big Brother
(Day 29)
6
Abi Wakim
Apey
Evicted
(Day 29)
4
Notes See Note 1 See Notes 2, 3, 4 See Note 5 See Note 6 See Note 7 See Note 8 See Note 9 See Note 10 See Note 11 See Note 12
LigTask None Andre
Mark
Mary Grace
Andre
Hanie
Mark
Mary Grace
Shawntel Camille
Kim
Andre
Lou
Yamyam
none Open Voting
Up for eviction Abi
Apey & Mark
Wakim
Apey
Lou
Wakim
Mark
Tori
Wakim
Fumiya
Lou
Mitch
Wakim
Yamyam
Fumiya
JC
Lou
Yamyam
Lou
Mark
Mary Grace
Thea
Andre
Hanie
Lou
Shawntel
Thea
Camille
Fumiya
Kim
Shawntel
Thea
Andre
Fumiya
Lou
Shawntel
Thea
Saved from eviction Wakim
38.76%
Apey & Mark
38.65%
Lou
55.53%
Wakim
28.98%
Wakim
38.25%
Mark
35.73%
Yamyam
38.72%
Lou
25.58%
Fumiya
23.34%
Yamyam
39.76%
Fumiya
34.01%
Lou
21.20%
Lou
53.43%
Thea
28.32%
Lou
37.07%
Andre
25.65%
Shawntel
17.54%
Thea
14.65%
Fumiya
87.50%
Thea
5.33%
Shawntel
4.52%
Housemate A
54.83%
Housemate B
21.98%
Housemate C
12.27%
Housemate A
52.90%
Housemate B
27.87%
Housemate C
15.21%
Housemate D
4.02%
Evicted Abi
22.59%
Apey
15.49%
Tori
26.02%
Wakim
7.66%
Mitch
4.70%
JC
5.03%
Mark
16.86%
Mary Grace
1.40%
Hanie
5.09%
Camille
1.60%
Kim
1.05%
Shawntel
5.56%
Thea
5.16%
References [47] [51] [52] [53] [37] [54] [14][55] [56] [57]

Legend

     Housemate received immunity after winning, or finishing a task
     Housemate received automatic nomination for violation of rules, or failure of task
Notes
  1. ^ During the first nominations, all the nomination points were given to Apey and none to Mark. However, since both are considered 2-in-1 housemates a nomination for one is a nomination for the other.
  2. ^ On Day 27, after gaining the public's and the housemates' vote, Apey & Mark were eventually separated as a 2-in-1 housemate (for details with the results, see 2-in-1 vote results).
  3. ^ Wakim was automatically nominated after he had earned the most number of violations (11 violations) in the House.
  4. ^ Tori is exempt from the nominations since she is a new housemate.
  5. ^ Mary Grace is exempt from the nominations since she is a new housemate.
  6. ^ JC is exempt from the nominations since he is a new housemate. No nominations are up for this week as the nominees for this week will based upon the housemates' performance for this week's weekly task. This was also a double eviction.
  7. ^ The housemates had to participate in Duel Challenge, wherein the losing housemates were automatically evicted as told by Big Brother. But unknown to them, the losing housemates were only fakedly evicted, not knowing that their stay in the House were extended from 8 weeks to 88 days (or roughly more than 12 weeks). Yamyam, JC, Lou and Fumiya were automatically nominated after losing their respective challenges to Mark, Hanie, Mary Grace and Andre.
  8. ^ The result of the Ulim8 Pinoy Big Battle against the Star Dreamers was determined if the housemates were be saved from the eviction or not. As Camp Star Hunt won, the Housemates faced a double eviction. Thea, as team leader of the housemates, was automatically nominated as a result. Conversely, Shawntel as the leader of Camp Star Hunt, was immune from nominations.
  9. ^ As Andre and Shawntel were leaders of Camp Star Hunt and lost the 2nd Pinoy Big Battle, they were automatically nominated. Camille and Kim as leaders of the Housemates, were immune from being nominated for winning.
  10. ^ Fumiya was automatically nominated after he and Yamyam lost the first Big Jump challenge. Andre and Lou, as winners of the second Big Jump Challenge were immune from eviction. Everyone else was nominated. This was a double eviction.
  11. ^ Voting for the Big Four started on Day 78 and the results will be announced on March 27.
  12. ^ Voting for the Batch Winner will start after the Big Four is revealed.

2-in-1 vote results[edit]

On Day 27, within 88 minutes after the eviction night episode, the housemates and the public voted in whether Apey & Mark should continue as a 2-in-1 housemate. The table below were the official results of the poll and was revealed on Day 28. However, Apey & Mark were earlier informed of the possible split of the two. They were briefed that after 88 minutes, the two will know the results through the lamp posts placed in the pool area. With one already lit, if another lamp post will be lit, it would mean that they will be separated as individual housemates. After the said period, the second lamp posts was lit indicating their separation from being a 2-in-1 housemate.

Housemates' vote Public's vote Total vote
Yes 8.4% 15.4% 23.8%
No 41.7% 34.5% 76.2%

Batch 3: Teens[edit]

Golden Circle Challenges PBB Mr. & Ms. TeenM8 2019 Big Jump Challenge Nomination received
#1 #2 #3 #4 #5
Eviction Day
and Date
Day 29
April 28
Day 36
May 5
Day 43
May 12
Day 53
May 22
Day 55
May 24
Nomination Day
and Date
Day 22
April 21
Days 22–27
April 21–26
Day 30
April 29
Days 31–35
April 30–May 4
Day 37
May 6
Day 42
May 11
Days 48–49
May 17–18
Day 54
May 23
Batit Shami
Alfred
No
nominations
Alfred
Mich
No
nominations
Shoichi
No
nominations
Finalist 0
Tan Mich
Shoichi
No
nominations
Gwen
Shoichi
No
nominations
Mich
No
nominations
No
nominations
Finalist 2 (+2)
Angela Narcy
Shami
No
nominations
Gwen
Alfred
No
nominations
Tan
No
nominations
No
nominations
No
nominations
3 (+1)
Ashley Shami
Narcy
No
nominations
Alfred
Angela
No
nominations
Angela
No
nominations
No
nominations
No
nominations
3 (+2)
Lance Narcy
Shami
No
nominations
Gwen
Alfred
No
nominations
Tan
No
nominations
No
nominations
No
nominations
0 (+1)
Yen Narcy
Mich
No
nominations
Gwen
Alfred
No
nominations
Mich
No
nominations
No
nominations
No
nominations
0 (+2)
Sheena Mich
Shami
No
nominations
Alfred
Shoichi
No
nominations
Mich
No
nominations
No
nominations
Evicted
(Day 53)
2 (+1)
Shoichi Kyzha
Angela
No
nominations
Kyzha
Gwen
No
nominations
Kyzha
No
nominations
No
nominations
Evicted
(Day 53)
9 (+1)
Mich Shami
Gwen
No
nominations
Gwen
Sheena
No
nominations
Ashley
No
nominations
Evicted
(Day 43)
17 (+1)
Kyzha Shoichi
Mich
No
nominations
Gwen
Alfred
No
nominations
Shoichi
No
nominations
Evicted
(Day 43)
5 (+1)
Emjay Shami
Alfred
No
nominations
Alfred
Shoichi
No
nominations
Sheena
No
nominations
Forced Eviction
(Day 43)
0 (+1)
Jem Alfred
Mich
No
nominations
Alfred
Gwen
No
Nominations
Evicted
(Day 36)
0 (+1)
Gwen Mich
Narcy
No
nominations
Alfred
Shoichi
No
nominations
Evicted
(Day 36)
17 (+1)
Alfred Shami
Gwen
No
nominations
Ashley
Gwen
No
nominations
Evicted
(Day 36)
20
Shami Mich
Narcy
No
nominations
Evicted
(Day 29)
14
Narcy Mich
Shami
No
nominations
Evicted
(Day 29)
9
Notes See Note 1 See Note 2 See Note 3 See Note 4 See Note 5 See Note 6 See Note 7
LigTask None Alfred
Angela
Ashley
Batit
Emjay
Jem
Kyzha
Lance
None Angela
Batit
Emjay
Kyzha
Lance
Mich
Sheena
Tan
None Batit
Sheena
Shoichi
Yen
Batit
Lance
Tan
Tan
Up for eviction Mich
Narcy
Shami
Gwen
Sheena
Shoichi
Tan
Yen
Alfred
Gwen
Shoichi
Ashley
Jem
Yen
Mich
Angela
Ashley
Emjay
Kyzha
Lance
Tan
Angela
Ashley
Sheena
Shoichi
Yen
Angela
Ashley
Lance
Yen
Saved from eviction Tan
22.07%
Yen
20.33%
Shoichi
16.44%
Sheena
15.52%
Mich
13.56%
Gwen
5.35%
Ashley
69.93%
Yen
10.54%
Shoichi
8.03%
Ashley
46.04%
Tan
22.25%
Angela
16.68%
Lance
6.39%
Ashley
55.89%
Angela
17.39%
Yen
9.69%
Evicted Shami
3.78%
Narcy
2.44%
Jem
5.98%
Gwen
2.90%
Alfred
2.62%
Mich
5.99%
Kyzha
2.65%
Sheena
9.57%
Shoichi
7.46%
Forced Eviction None Emjay None
References [58]
Legend
     Housemate received immunity after winning, or finishing a task
     Housemate received automatic nomination for violation of rules, or failure of task
     Housemate had already been nominated and cannot take part in the Ligtask challenges
Notes
  1. ^ During the first nominations, Mich, Narcy, and Shami received the most nomination points. They are nominated and were excluded from participating in a series of Golden Circle Challenges.
  2. ^ Alfred, Emjay, Ashley, Jem, Lance, Angela, Batit, and Kyzha earned their Golden Circles and thus were saved from upcoming eviction for the week. The following eviction was a double eviction.
  3. ^ During the second nominations, Alfred, Gwen, and Shoichi received the most nomination points and were barred from participating in the Golden Circle Challenges for the week.
  4. ^ Lance and Batit earned their spot during the first set of Golden Circle Challenge. Angela and Yen earned their spot during the second Golden Circle Challenge. However, due to violation, Yen was stripped off of her Golden Circle and was automatically nominated for the week, together with Jem. Emjay, Mich, Tan, Sheena, and Kyzha were the last 5 to complete the 8 Golden Circles. The second eviction night was a triple eviction.
  5. ^ The housemates faced a face-to-face nomination wherein the housemate to receive the most Black Circle would be put on automatic nomination. Mich, receiving 3 Black Circles, was put on automatic nomination.
  6. ^ The winners of Mr. and Ms. PBB TeenM8 2019 would earn their spots in Golden Circle. Winners Batit and Sheena and First runners up Shoichi and Yen earned their Golden Circles are were safe for the upcoming eviction. The third eviction night was a triple eviction. Emjay was forcibly evicted due to his sickness. Only two housemates who got the lowest percentage based on public votes were evicted in the live eviction.
  7. ^ Batit won the first Big Jump Challenge. Lance and Tan, who reached Round 2 of Big Jump Challenge were both safe from eviction. Shoichi and Yen are automatically nominated for not taking part of the Big Jump Challenge. Angela, Ashley, and Sheena were put on nomination for not reaching Round 2 of the Big Jump Challenge.

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Preceded by
Lucky 7
(2016–2017)
Pinoy Big Brother: Otso
November 10, 2018–present