This season of Big Brother has been one many fans will never forget.


From countless rule-breaks to a love triangle and a lot of intense shopping tasks, Big Brother 2023 has been a treat for all.

With the final now upon us, viewers can’t help but wonder if there will be another instalment of the iconic social experiment.

So, will there be another season of Big Brother in 2024? Read on for everything you need to know.

Will there be a Big Brother 2024?

Yes! When ITV confirmed Big Brother would be making a return, Paul Mortimer revealed the series would be given at least two six-week runs across this year and next.

"This is the start of it, so watch this space," Mortimer told Deadline.

He continued: "We have really bought into Big Brother. A lot of us worked on it before [at different channels] and I can’t imagine we are in it just to do two six-week runs."

While there has been no confirmation of when it will air in 2024, it could possibly have the same release window as this year's season, starting in October.

Fans are in for an extra treat, too, as Celebrity Big Brother will make a return in 2024!

Can you apply for Big Brother 2024?

Yes! Applications for Big Brother 2024 are now open. You can apply to be a potential Big Brother housemate here.

The website states the iconic social experiment is looking "for the nation's most interesting, funny and entertaining characters from all walks of life."

Applications close on Friday 19th July 2024 at midnight.

Who will host Big Brother 2024?

Given AJ Odudu and Will Best have been co-hosting the show’s relaunch and companion series, it’s likely this will continue.

AJ and Will have both been hosting the live eviction shows, while taking turns hosting Late & Live.

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