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Mott defended the new hosts saying that the ratings for eviction shows held up.Mike Goldman provided narration and voice-overs for all eight seasons.

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Big Brother Australia is based on the international Big Brother series produced by Endemol in the Netherlands which began in 1999.Ten have considered ways to bring the show back on a number of occasions'; however, was worried that audiences had 'moved on'.Made mention was the US version where the show has had 12 successful seasons, and a thirteenth on the way." Mott said; "It's a summer show for CBS, it doesn't play in the heart of the ratings season but it's done a pretty good job for them." On 9 September 2011, it was reported and later confirmed that the Nine Network had signed a deal with Southern Star Group to bring the Australian version of Big Brother back.Housemates are at all times under the control of Big Brother, a rule enforcing authority figure who monitors behaviour of the housemates, set tasks and punishments and provides the mechanism for contestants to make external requests.Housemates must remain in the house at all times, and avoid being evicted by viewers of the show with the aim of winning a substantial cash prize at the end of the series.With a revamp of the series in 2008 she was replaced by radio duo Kyle Sandilands and Jackie O. Mike Goldman has narrated all eleven seasons of the series.

Between 20 Big Brother Australia was also shown in New Zealand on TV2 and Prime.

The show's name comes from George Orwell's novel Nineteen Eighty-Four (1949), which revolves around a dystopia in which dictator Big Brother is the all-seeing leader.

The series generally constitutes 14 or more contestants who live in an isolated house for several months.

On April 2015 it was reported that Sonia Kruger has switch her role from Big Brother to the Voice.

On August 8, 2015, after months of speculation, Nine confirmed that the Big Brother house had been dismantled, and that they had formally 'rested' the format.

Most notably, Network Ten expressed some interest in the format when on 3 June 2011, News Limited posted an article suggesting the network may be interested in putting it on its digital channel, Eleven.