For all of those wondering about a progress report for Big Brother 22, it still looks like the show is planning to have a season still. It’s mostly a matter of when.
In a new post on Twitter, casting director Robyn Kass confirmed that all applications for the upcoming season are closed, and that semi-finalists have been contacted. This means that we’re inching closer to having a cast … but it doesn’t mean that we’re getting a season. It just means that Kass is doing her job and preparing as though there could be a season. It’s just better to be prepared in case the opportunity presents itself.
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We know that from a CBS vantage point, there is definite interest in figuring out a way to do another season — though they aren’t committing to anything as of yet. We still think one is possible that starts in late July/early August, provided that there are adequate means of testing contestants/crew members and there can be extra precautions put into place. There’s a chance the fall season may start late, and that could give Big Brother a little bit more time to run whenever they do premiere. We don’t know if we’ll see another 100-day season, but remember that the majority of the seasons haven’t gone that long.
Regardless of if there was a cast or not, the best thing for all parties to do is remain patient — just one mistake could lead to the whole season shutting down once it’s going. You don’t want to be in a situation that the show cannot recover from in the future.
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