The X-rated episode has been slammed by uncomfortable viewers - but it's not the first time the show has got raunchy. The two housemates have been slammed by fans after they got seriously racy underneath the sheets, with many blasting Channel 5 for airing the graphic moments on TV. One viewer tweeted: " bbuk should be ashamed allowing that to be aired never felt so uncomfortable watching a tv show bbuk Marco laura disgusting. Officials for the programme have declined to comment on the controversy - but it's not the first time the show has shown steamy scenes. Oh, Kinga - the housemate really made an impact in Big Brother 6 when she entered the house on Day It didn't take long for her to make headlines with a VERY raunchy moment when she drunkenly revealed she intended to, erm, pleasure herself with a wine bottle.
Big Brother After Dark: TVGN Revises “No Difference” Censorship Stance – Big Brother Network
The program debuted on Showtime 2 in the United States and Slice in Canada on July 5, , as a companion show launched in coincidence with the eighth season of Big Brother ; it moved to TVGN now Pop on June 26, , coinciding with the debut of the fifteenth season of the parent series. It's when our HouseGuests are most wide awake and having fun, talking about strategy and playing the game. People are going to see quite a bit. Central while a season of Big Brother is in progress. Although it was tape delayed on Showtime 2's West Coast feed, this was of little consequence as some major providers offered both coastal feeds of Showtime 2 as part of the service's multiplex tier. Every twenty minutes during the show, after a short promotional break showcasing Showtime's original series, a "scroll" was featured on the bottom of the screen to explain to viewers what events occurred that day prior to the start of the show. For the show's five-season run on Showtime 2, Big Brother: After Dark was the only first-run original program that was produced specifically for any of Showtime's seven multiplex channels the bulk of the network's first-run original programming airs on the main Showtime channel, and is replayed on its various multiplex channels and on certain sister channels like Pop.
While the shift in channel may have surprised some viewers it was the apparent and seemingly frequent censor interruptions of Houseguest sailor-worthy conversations that caught us off-guard. At least not according to what we thought we had learned in the weeks before. What we watched last night was actually much different from any BBAD we had seen before.
Online released a photo of the Big Brother 18 cast wearing nothing but pillows, loin cloths and—in some cases—mounting chairs. Were they really naked behind those pillows or—more likely—were they wearing something more along the lines of a string bikini? Did this take place during casting, prior to the first eviction or just recently? Whose idea was this and what was their thought process?