IT is the last ever Big Brother on Channel 5, with the series leaving the channel after eight years.
But who is still in the house, who has already been evicted and what time can you catch tonight’s final?
Big Brother kicked off on September 14PA:Press Association
What time does Big Brother air on Channel 5?
The civilian series of Big Brother kicked off on Friday, September 14.
It continues each night at 10 pm on Channel 5, except for Saturdays when it takes a break.
Rylan follows up with Bit On the Side at 11.05 pm.
The show will come to an end TONIGHT (November 5, 2018).
Who is in the official Big Brother 2018 line-up?
Unlike Celebrity Big Brother, the civilian version of the show only revealed the housemates properly on launch night.
However days ahead of the big first show, a Big Brother superfan did reveal a few of the candidates going into the famous house.
The full 2018 line up is:
Sian Hamshaw – EVICTED
Kenaley-Amos-Sissons – EVICTED
Tomasz Wania – EVICTED
Lewis Flanagan – KICKED OUT
Lewis Gregory – EVICTED
Kay Lovelle – WALKED
Isaac Jagroop – EVICTED
Ellis Hillon – KICKED OUT
Booke Berry – EVICTED
Anamelia Silva – EVICTED
Isabella Farnese – EVICTED
Hussain Ahmed – EVICTED
Is this the last Big Brother on Channel 5?
Just hours before the big launch on September 14, Channel 5 announced the current series of Big Brother will be the last one it airs.
Celebrity Big Brother has also been axed by Channel 5.
In a statement to The Sun Online, the channel said: “The forthcoming series of Big Brother will be the last – of either celebrity or civilian versions – on Channel 5.
“We’d like to thank Endemol and all of the production team who have worked tirelessly to make the show a success.”
No word has yet been given on whether the pioneering reality show will move to a new home.
Who is hosting Big Brother 2018?
The live shows are being hosted once again by superstar presenter Emma Willis.
The popular TV star began hosting the show in 2011.
It was originally hosted by Davina McCall.
Emma is joined by best pal Rylan Clark-Neal, who is hosting the spin-off show BBBOTS.