Al Jazeera America’s “Big Brother” is going to be a digital reality, according to series creator and executive producer Jeff Probst.
The popular reality show, which will premiere on CBS on January 6, will be shot on location in New York City and Los Angeles.
The series, which is produced by CBS Films, has been described as the first-ever scripted reality series on the network.
The show is based on the book series of the same name, which was created by Mark Burnett.
The series will be the first scripted reality show to air in the US and will feature a cast of 30, including former “Big Bads” contestants and celebrity guests.
“It’s about the life and the love of the Big Brother house,” Probst told Al Jazeera in an interview.
“We are not just going to make it all happen.
We are going to do it, and you’re going to watch it on the web.”
In its fifth season, “Big Sister” is an all-female, reality show in which three women take turns as the houseguests.
The first season aired in February, followed by seasons two and three.
“We did not set out to make a show that would be something that was really, truly unique and groundbreaking,” Probster said.
“And in many ways it is a show where the viewer is expected to be able to sit back and say, ‘Wow, it looks like a house.'”
The show’s first season featured two main contestants.
One was named “The One” and the other was named as “The Big Brother”, according to the show’s website.
“I think it’s going to work, because the audience is going a little bit more like the house,” said Probst, who also serves as executive producer.
“The audience is expecting to have the experience that they expect to have.”
Pour a cup of coffee, and a toast to Big Brother: a new reality series, or the first ever scripted reality TV show?
Al Jazeera spoke to several of the cast and producers to find out how the series is shaping up.
In Season 2, “The Real Housewives of New York” star Teresa Giudice took over the role of the “Real Housewives” houseguest.
She was also one of the stars of Season 3.
“She’s really great.
She’s a fantastic character, and she’s one of our main characters,” Probsts brother, Jeff ProbST said.”
You’re going in with a very, very strong, independent mind, and that is the main reason I chose Teresa.”
The Real Deal star Danielle Brown, known as “Miss C”, was one of four “Big Girls” housemates to be eliminated in Season 3, along with former houseguys Teresa Giada and Kim Chi.
Brown was replaced by former “The Bachelor” contestant and reality TV star Kim Kardashian.
“Kim is the most unique, charismatic person in the house, and her presence on this show is going be incredibly powerful and emotional,” Prob said.
She’s also one-half of the duo of “The Chew” and “The Honeymooners”, the same reality show that Probst created with Kim.
“Her character has really gone from the house to the world, and now that she has an opportunity to move into a world that has more opportunity, she has that opportunity,” Prob told Al Jazeeras.
“That’s the most beautiful part of it.
That’s the thing that I love most about Kim.
That she’s very honest and she can have a good time and then come home and have a meltdown.”
While Probst and Kardashian are the only women in the cast, the show has also cast men.
“I have been told that there is a real talent in the men’s room, and I would love to be one of them,” Probsta told Al Jadeeras, adding that he’s already met a number of potential cast members.
“A lot of people are looking for something different, and there’s a real need to be represented on this kind of thing,” Probsters brother, Jeffrey ProbST told Al.
He added that “Big Bro” has been a huge hit on the internet.
“People are loving it,” Probston said.”[They’re] saying, ‘Oh, I wish I could watch it.
I wish there was an app on it.
They’re saying, like, ‘Why not?'””
It has been incredible,” ProbSt added.
“People are just really passionate about it, I think, and it’s a really great platform for women in this business.”
“Big Brother: Second Chance” will premiere online on January 7 at 8pm ET on CBS All Access, but it will also be available on CBS, Viacom Networks, TBS, and Hulu.
The show will also stream on CBS.
The next episode of the series will air on CBS at 12:01am ET on January 8.
The season will air