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'Big Brother 16' spoilers: 2014 'Big Brother' premiere to cover two days

Julie Chen is back in 2014 as the host of "Big Brother 16."
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"Big Brother 16" spoilers have already started coming out, but a big one has to do with the schedule. The 2014 "Big Brother 16" season premiere is set to be a two day event, stretching out what fans will get to see on CBS. According to a report from Big Brother Network on Thursday (June 12), the season premiere will be spread out over Wednesday, June 25 and Thursday, June 26.

This seems to indicate that the network and producers of the show will have a lot of material to go over in the first two episodes. That will include how the houseguests move in, what the house is going to look like, and possibly even the first challenge or two. Typically they skim over a lot of the material in those first few days and last season there was even an eviction before the show even started. This year, it looks like they are going to cover more stuff in-depth.

In addition to other "Big Brother 16" spoilers that have been suggested, there are some rumors that will soon be addressed by the people behind the show. A previous report about the 2014 cast suggested that they could use a "Blood vs. Water" theme that has become very familiar on "Survivor." This would involve competitors going up against people that they know well or are even related to. It would certainly be an interesting twist for the show to try to use.

Julie Chen is returning as the host of the show once again, with the plan to show new episodes on Sunday, Wednesday, and Thursday each week. There is a lot of information that fans would still like to know about the upcoming season, but CBS has been pretty good at keeping the key facts under wraps for a while. As the days countdown to June 25, though, that could change very easily.

With less than two weeks before the show really gets going, fans should start expecting to see more "Big Brother 16" spoilers coming out in the near future.

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