Showtime's loss is TVGN (TV Guide Network)'s gain.
After seven seasons on Showtime, Big Brother: After Dark is heading to TVGN. The show serves as a companion to CBS's Big Brother series and updates viewers on information they may not have known about the cast.
“Big Brother is one of television’s longest-running reality series with a loyal audience, and we are excited to bring Big Brother: After Dark to TVGN where fans can watch all summer long,” said Brad Schwartz, TVGN president of entertainment and media. “When the sun goes down and the cameras are still rolling, some of the best reality TV moments come to life, and we expect this season of Big Brother: After Dark to deliver more jaw-dropping action available only on TVGN.”
The show gives live feeds from inside the house from 12-2 a.m. ET, seven days a week. It begins on June 26, which is the same day Big Brother returns for its 15th season.
This season will be a special expanded one, lasting a few weeks longer than usual but still airing three nights a week. Airtimes are 9 p.m. on Tuesdays, 9 p.m. on Wednesdays and 8 p.m. on Sundays.
24/7 live feeds from the house are moving as well, from RealNetworks to CBS.com.