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'Big Brother' Season 16 news: Date set for cast reveal

Julie Chen is the host of "Big Brother"
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Fans of “Big Brother” are getting excited for Season 16. Last year was one of the more intense seasons, leading to speculation that this season may have some juicy events as well. Rumors have been rampant for weeks about the cast and twists, but nothing has been confirmed. According to a June 6 report from Big Brother Network, the cast will be revealed to all on June 19. This is when fans will get to see the bios of the contestants and make predictions on who will win the season.

Season 16 of “Big Brother” has been talked about for what seems like forever. Rumors of a “blood vs. water” season has been floating around, but nothing is being confirmed or denied. Elissa Slater was spotted in California recently, which added fuel to the rumors of the Reilly sisters returning for another shot at the money. Fans have mixed feelings about returning players, but ultimately CBS is going to do what is best for ratings.

One of the biggest changes for “Big Brother” this season is that it will be broadcast in hi-definition. This has been a long time coming for a show like this. Fans will be able to have sharper detail while watching all the antics in the house. Host Julie Chen tweeted the exciting news yesterday. This is definitely going to enhance the show.

While the first look at the cast happens in just under two weeks, the first episode of the show doesn't begin airing until June 25. It is estimated that the house-guests will be let into the house around June 21, but it is merely a guess at this point. There is a summer of fun awaiting the cast of “Big Brother,” and fans can't wait to see who will be locked in the house. Whether it will be familiar faces or brand new players, Season 16 is going to be worth watching!

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