Big Brother’s epic movie-length launch show runtime revealed as iconic series returns after five year break | The Sun

ITV has lined up an enormous marathon show for its Big Brother launch night next week.

Just like a blockbuster epic, the franchise's iconic revival will span no less than two hours and 35 minutes.

Upon its October 8th return, Big Brother will air from 9pm until 10.30pm – with the new spin off, Late & Live, showing between 10.30pm and 11.35pm.

The launch will be simulcast on ITV1, ITV2 and ITVX, continuing every night, Sundays to Fridays, for six weeks.

Big Brother will be co-hosted by AJ Odudu and Will Best.

Previously fronted by Emma Willis, it was last broadcast on Channel 5 in 2018.

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Teasing the new series, ITV said: "Big Brother: The Launch will see a new cast of carefully selected housemates, from all walks of life, become the first people to take up residence in the brand-new Big Brother house as they arrive at the famous destination in front of a live studio audience."

The Sun previously told how bosses would air the show's highly anticipated launch on ITV1 to give it as big an audience as possible.

It will be televised from a brand new location at Garden Studios in North West London.

Previous drone pictures showed the new house taking shape as workers made finishing touches to the garden.

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The brand new Big Brother cast, which have been selected by producers, won't be revealed until launch night.

We previously told how they are a diverse bunch of people that come from all walks of life.

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