Wednesday, 15 July, 2020

Big Brother 2017: What’s ‘Full House with Rylan’? Channel 5 confirm details for new series!

Channel 5 have released the full schedule for week one of the new series of Big Brother.

Channel 5 have confirmed that the new series of Big Brother 2017 will begin on the 5th June at 8.30pm.

Emma Willis will host a two-hour live show as she welcomes viewers to the ‘United Kingdom of Big Brother’.

Following ‘Big Brother: Live Launch’ at 8:30pm, ‘Full House with Rylan’ will air straight after the main show at 10:35pm.

The Big Brother spin-off show, usually called ‘Big Brother’s Bit On The Side’ will air between 10.35pm and 11.35pm, for the launch day it’s being called ‘Big Brother: Full House with Rylan’.

Channel 5 have confirmed to TwitCelebGossip that ‘Full House with Rylan’ will be exactly the same as BBBOTS, it just has a different name for the first show.

Rylan Clark-Neal will return weeknights, and will be joined by a variety of celebrity panellists, talking heads and an audience of BB fans to debate hot topics, reveal exclusives and he’ll go behind the scenes of the main show.

It has been revealed that Channel 5’s Big Brother 2017 launch show and ITV’s Love Island launch show will clash on Monday 5th June.

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