For over 20 years, Big Brother Australiahas been home to some of television's wildest challenges, hilarious mishaps, and steamy romances.
The 2022 season of the hidden-camera reality show saw Big Brother Australia alumni Reggie Sorenson crowned champion for a second season, with newcomer Johnson Ashak taking home the title of runner-up.
With fans eager for more action, Seven has confirmed that Big Brother Australia will officially be returning for 2023 in what is set to be the steamiest season to date.
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In a spicy new twist, the Big Brother house will be taken over by 15 single housemates, with each hoping to find love as they compete towards the $100,000 prize.
Under the guidance of host Sonia Kruger, the housemates will be tested through a series of heart-stopping challenges, with every dramatic detail being captured by over 80 hidden cameras and microphones scattered throughout the new custom-built Big Brother Australia house.
With new rules, new challenges, and new drama, the 2023 season of Big Brother Australia is set to be one of the most exciting seasons to date.
As we count down the days until we meet the new housemates, scroll down for everything you need to know about Big Brother Australia 2023.
Who is the cast of Big Brother Australia 2023?
The 2023 season of Big Brother Australia will be home to 15 new housemates competing for their chance to take home the $100,000 cash prize.
While we have yet to learn more about the newest group of Big Brother hopefuls, we'll be sure to keep you posted with any new information about the contestants.
When does Big Brother Australia 2023 start?
If you've been eagerly counting down the days until the latest instalment of Big Brother action, you won't have to wait too much longer for the latest housemate drama, with Seven confirming that Big Brother Australia will be returning for 2023 on Monday, November 6.
In addition to the main series, 2023 will also see the debut of Big Brother Uncut. Airing exclusively on 7plus every Thursday, the spin-off will showcase the juiciest, funniest, and raunchiest Big Brother moments that didn't make it to air.
Who will be crowned Big Brother Australia champion for 2023?
Where to watch Big Brother Australia 2023?
For fans eager to keep up to date with all the drama of the Big Brother house, the 2023 season of Big Brother Australia will be broadcast live on Seven and 7plus, with episodes available to stream on demand through 7plus.