“Five things I learned from inside the Big Brother house you might not notice on TV.”

Earlier this year, before Australia went into lockdown, I made a sneaky Sunday afternoon trip out to the Sydney suburb of Manly to take a look inside Australia’s newest hub of reality TV.We’re now more than a week into the 2020 season of Big Brother and viewers have been treated to a look inside the house while watching this newest batch of housemates battle it out in challenges and eliminations.  Yet in the midst of all these latest reality shenanigans, all the little secrets dotted around the house might not be apparent to viewers.So, here are a few little details about the house that you might not have noticed on TV.1. The custom-built Big Brother house had a rocky road to completionIt might look all shiny and sleek on TV now, but behind the scenes, it was a race to the finish line to get the house ready for the housemates to enter and for filming to start.The house took 50 days to build through during some incredibly harsh weather conditions, including the Australian bushfires and torrential rainstorms and flooding.For a recap of the biggest moments in Australian reality TV this week, listen to The Spill. 2. The cameras and technology lurking in the house give it a very science-fiction feelUnlike the original Big Brother house that was situated on Queensland’s Gold Coast, where the mirrored paneling throughout the house was in place to accommodate cameras and crew, the new Big Brother domain has a more covert set up.Big Brother’s voice can follow you through the walls as you walk through the house if he chooses, but most of the time the cameras and lights are out of sight. This set up makes it a lot easier to forget you’re being filmed.Even the backyard swimming pool has been created in a fishbowl design so that the housemates always feel like they’re on display.The giant screen in the living room is where things get a little Wizard of Oz and Harry Potter since it can be changed to reflect Big Brother’s mood, the weather or upcoming challenges. Almost like an extra passive-aggressive housemate who doesn’t like to use their words to sort through emotional issues. “The giant screen in the living room is where things get a little Wizard of Oz and Harry Potter since it can be changed the reflect Big Brother’s mood.” Source: Seven Network.


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