We give you the reasons why the second coming of Big Brother Nigeria will be a total smash.
The first season of the reality series was a collaboration between Nigerian and South African production teams, and aired on DSTV from March 5 to June 4, 2006.
This is big news because this will be the second edition of Big Brother Naija in 11 years and also it is a return of the Big Brother franchise which has not been shown for two years.
Excited about the news we have a listed five reasons why Big Brother Naija will be good for Nigerian TV.
Let's be honest, the reality shows out there suck these days. Love & Hip Hop, Keeping Up With The Kardashians don't just appeal to us as Nigerians. And for the other reality shows on E! who cares about C-list American celebs? Big Brother Naija will be tailor made for Nigerians and it is much needed during this period of boring reality shows.
The first Big Brother Naija edition happened in 2006. That's a decade ago. The second edition should have gone down a long time ago. Well, it's never late than never. Big the show back and the voice of Big Brother also. Maybe we can have shower hour this time around? Fingers crossed.
The maiden edition of Big Brother Naija produced celebs such as actor Gideon Okeke, media personality Ebuka, and the winner Katung who is now a top executive in Viacom Africa. Surely, the second edition of Big Brother Naija would produce new stars. This time around we will like to the female contestants become stars too.
Hate or love Big Brother, it creates top notch entertainment. Over the years, we have seen contestants cry, argue, have sex and have meltdowns in front of the entire continent. We need this high-level entertainment back on our screens for three months.
Lastly, the Big Brother brand will be revived after two years of hiatus. TV just didn't feel right without Big Brother. Welcome back, Biggie.