The Tuesday night weekly show to start later this month will offer viewers “a more grown-up and intriguing insight in to the lives of the Big Brother Housemates.”
The Up Late edition was a regular part of the TEN series hosted by Mike Goldman, and an Uncut edition included nudity. But while fans had demanded more adult content, Nine maintained its series was aimed at a family audience.
Nine has made a number of other announcements, possibly in response to heated ratings competition.
On Monday night two Housemates will be evicted Monday, and as noted by TV Tonight earlier this week, the divided house will unite -set to take place next Wednesday night with a brand new bedroom will be unveiled.
Big Brother Showdown will also move to its a new Thursday night slot (it’s unclear how many episodes of this will remain as part of the show).
From the following Monday onwards (26th August), the Evictee will hand over the Nominations Superpower to a Housemate of their choice.
Late Night Feast will premiere on Tuesday 27th August at 9.30pm.