Big Brother was able to return for a new season after the images of the abandoned Dreamworld house had become viral – which proves that there is STILL interest in the franchise
Big Brother was last broadcast on Channel Nine in 2014, but the reality series could possibly make a comeback.
TV expert David Knox has claimed that the reality series may return, thanks to images of the now abandoned and abandoned Big Brother house going viral.
Ready for a comeback? TV expert David Knox has claimed that Big Brother may return, thanks to images of the now abandoned and abandoned Big Brother (photo above) going viral
Knox said the large number of views that the images have produced is proof to network administrators that there is still a huge & # 39; public interest & # 39; is in Big Brother.
He said Channel 10 was considering reducing the show last year, but the & # 39; costs proved too restrictive & # 39; to implement their plans.
Although, he added: & # 39; If there is a show, I constantly see people asking to be (re) living, this is it. & # 39;
Canceled: Big Brother was last broadcast on Channel Nine in 2014 – the reality series was canceled after 11 seasons and the Dreamworld compound has since lapsed
Big Brother & # 39; s latest series broadcast five years ago and was won by roommate Ryan Ginns, before it was canceled by the Nine Network.
The show, which was organized by Sonia Kruger and Kyle Sandilands and Jackie O, was filmed during his entire performance on the Dreamworld compound on the Gold Coast.
However, because it was taken out of the air, the Big Brother's house was abandoned and is now in ruins.
Renewed interest? Recordings that have abandoned the Big Brother house and are in ruins, are circulating on YouTube and in less than a week it has brought in nearly 1 million viewers
Shadow of his former self: the reality TV set is plagued by graffiti, overgrown plants and destroyed windows and reports claimed in January that the site was destroyed by teenagers
The reality TV set is plagued by graffiti, overgrown plants and smashed windows and reports claimed in January that the site had been destroyed by teenagers.
The Gold Coast Bulletin reported that after inspection it appeared that gates to the compound were without padlocks and barbed wire fences had been bent.
A Dreamworld spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia that the & # 39; management team had been notified of offenders & # 39; in the former Big Brother house after the incident.
Need for TLC: The Gold Coast Bulletin reported that it was discovered after an inspection earlier this year that gates to the compound were without padlocks and that barbed wire fences were bent out of shape
Back in the sky? Knox said the large number of views that the images have produced is proof to network administrators that there is still a huge & # 39; public interest & # 39; is in Big Brother
They added: & # 39; Dreamworld security was present on the site, now owned and operated by Queensland Investment Corporation (QIC), to ensure that all people are safe and do not exceed Dreamworld's location .
& # 39; The people were no longer at the location on arrival. & # 39;
The Big Brother house used to look like a palatial house in Miami, inspired by the world famous Beverly Hills hotel in Los Angeles.
The building took three months to design and four months to build and was home to Big Brother for 11 seasons.
Back to its former glory: the Big Brother house used to resemble a palatial mansion in Miami inspired by the world-famous Beverly Hills hotel in Los Angeles
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