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Big Brother host Julie Chen reveals that the reality series has been renewed for a 25th season 

More soon!  Big Brother host Julie Chen revealed in a video on Twitter on Sunday that the series has been renewed for a 25th season.

Big Brother host Julie Chen reveals the long-running reality series has been renewed for a 25th season

  • Big Brother will return for season 25 in summer 2023
  • Host Julie Chen announced the return in a Twitter video posted on Sunday.
  • She had just finished the season 24 finale
  • Taylor Hale became the first black woman to win the show

Big Brother host Julie Chen announced that the iconic reality series has been renewed once again in a Twitter video posted on Sunday.

The 52-year-old reality show host has revealed the long-running series will return to mark a milestone – its 25th season.

“A big thank you to all of our guests for an absolutely amazing summer,” she said in the music video, which was released just after the Season 24 finale wrapped.

More soon!  Big Brother host Julie Chen revealed in a video on Twitter on Sunday that the series has been renewed for a 25th season.

More soon! Big Brother host Julie Chen revealed in a video on Twitter on Sunday that the series has been renewed for a 25th season.

‘I know, I’m going to miss watching the show too, but I have a great plan. This fall, spend some time watching other CBS competition shows,’ she continued while wearing a striking sleeveless red dress, before naming several programs.

It’ll prepare you for next summer. It’s true! We are coming back for our 25th season of the show,” she added jubilantly.

The Season 24 finale began with only three contestants remaining: Taylor Hale, Monte Taylor, and Matthew Turner.

Hale emerged triumphant, becoming the first black woman to win the show and win her $750,000 prize.

Quick turnaround: She shared the news in a video just after concluding the season 24 finale

Quick turnaround: She shared the news in a video just after concluding the season 24 finale

Coming Soon: Big Brother Set to Return for Season 25 in Summer 2023 After Strong Ratings This Year

Coming Soon: Big Brother Set to Return for Season 25 in Summer 2023 After Strong Ratings This Year

She also won a bonus prize worth an additional $50,000 after viewers voted her America’s favorite guest.

Big Brother is set to return for Season 25 in the summer of 2023.

CBS previously claimed that “viewers spent more than 11.56 billion minutes with Big Brother on the CBS Television Network, Paramount+ and CBS.com/CBS app, according to Nielsen Linear Visualization and Internal Data. from Paramount since season 24 launched on July 6, 2022.’

According to the network, the show’s three nights have each been ranked among the top 10 shows by total viewers and in the large 25-54 demographic.

The Wednesday and Thursday editions did even better, tied for best summer prime-time airing among this 25-54 age bracket.

The moment: The Season 24 finale began with just three contestants remaining: Taylor Hale, Monte Taylor, and Matthew Turner.  Hale (pictured) won, becoming the first black woman to win the show and her $750,000 prize plus a $50,000 bonus

The moment: The Season 24 finale began with just three contestants remaining: Taylor Hale, Monte Taylor, and Matthew Turner. Hale (pictured) won, becoming the first black woman to win the show and her $750,000 prize plus a $50,000 bonus

Success: According to the network, the show's three nights have each been ranked among the top 10 shows by total viewers and in the important 25¿54 demographic

Success: According to the network, the show’s three nights each ranked among the top 10 shows by total viewers and in the large 25-54 demographic.

Big Brother is produced by Allison Grodner and Rich Meehan for Fly on the Wall Entertainment, with Endemol Shine North America.

The American edition of the series was based on the previous Dutch series of the same name, which premiered in 1997.

Big Brother began airing in the United States in the summer of 2000 and is now the second longest running run of the series behind the Spanish version.

Julie Chen has hosted the show since its debut.

Go strong: Julie Chen has hosted the show since its debut in 2000, after the Dutch original premiered in 1997

Go strong: Julie Chen has hosted the show since its debut in 2000, after the Dutch original premiered in 1997

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