Big Brother: Best Shows Ever – what time is it on E4 tonight? – The Sun

BIG BROTHER was the original reality TV show that changed the world forever.

And now Channel 4 are showing Big Brother: Best Shows Ever, highlighting its best moments via classic footage unearthed from the archive.

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When is Big Brother: Best Shows Ever on TV?

Seeking to entertain us in lockdown, Big Brother: Best Shows Ever continues on our screens TONIGHT (June 15, 2020).

It's on E4 at 9pm until 10.15pm.

There are 10 episodes in total.

They will run each week from Sunday to Thursday for two weeks.

What happens on Big Brother: Best Shows Ever?

The show features all those scandalous moments like Makosi Musambasi and Anthony Hutton's wet-and-wild hot-tub party in Big Brother’s sixth series, to Vanessa Feltz’s meltdown in the first celebrity version.

The show's first star – and villain – Nasty Nick is also be featured.

Original host Davina McCall returns to front the show once more, joined by Rylan Clark-Neal, former contestant and presenter of spin-off Big Brother’s Bit On The Side.

Emma Willis and Dermot O'Leary also join Davina and Rylan to pick out their juiciest moments.

Why is E4 bringing us Big Brother: Best Shows Ever?

This year marks the 20th anniversary of the show's UK launch in 2000.

In an exclusive statement, Davina said: "I lived and breathed Big Brother for 11 years.

"Not one week goes by when I don’t quote Big Brother in some form.

"It made me laugh, it made me cry and it taught me to never judge a book by its cover.

“I love the show and can’t wait to share it with a whole new audience.”

Rylan added: “I’m so excited to be bringing Big Brother back to our lives.

“There will be laughs, tears and drama, but most of all we get to relive some of Big Brother’s greatest episodes.”

What is the history behind Big Brother?

The premise of the series – where a group of housemates are locked away for numerous weeks in a house with every aspect of their time there filmed and broadcast to the nation – was an instant hit.

It became one of the most successful British TV shows of all time, and regularly drew millions of viewers per episode.

The final series was shown in 2018, with producers announcing it would come off air after 18 years.

It was first aired on Channel 4 before switching to Channel 5 in 2010.

The annual civilian version was joined by Celebrity Big Brother in 2001.

It was filmed at Elstree Studios in Borehamwood, Hertfordshire, from 2002 – where the Diary Room and rest of the house were given a dramatic redesign every series.

Davina hosted the show from 2000 until 2010, with former contestant Brian Dowling stepping into her shoes until 2013 when Emma Willis took over.

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