Prepare to warm up your inner Zingbots: Season 13 of Big Brother is launching tonight, complete with (what else?) a new twist. This season, the CBS show has introduced us to with eight new cast members, with the promise that most of the other half of the house will be made up of famous Big Brother duos. But who will they be? (I can’t be the only one hoping that the most shocking aspect of the twist is that Evel Dick and Daniele aren’t included this season.) We won’t find out until tonight, so during the show, be sure to come back here to share your thoughts about who will be the 14 objects of our obsessions this summer. And, later, join me back at EW.com for
group therapy my full Big Brother season premiere recap! UPDATE: For the list of the three duos entering in the house, click the jump! READ FULL STORY
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TV Insiders podcast: EW experts explain why 'The Walking Dead' will scare the beejezus out of you, and pick the best Halloween TV episodes ever
BEWARE! Zombies are everywhere this Halloween! At least on TV they are. On Sunday, IFC will air the entire run of Dead Set — which, in the most genius plot device of all-time, centers on a zombie outbreak outside the Big Brother house. (Finally!) That same night, AMC will debut the first episode of The Walking Dead, the Frank Darabont-directed adaptation of the popular comic book. Zombie aficionado (zombionado?) Clark Collis joins the TV Insiders (Michael Slezak, Annie Barrett, Michael Ausiello, and yours truly) to rip, tear, and sink our teeth into both shows. Exactly how scary — and gory — are they? We’ll tell you on our latest podcast. Not only that, but Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman and star Andrew Lincoln pop by to give us their unique, blood-splattered perspective. (Kirkman also gives his pick for the best zombie movie ever — and the choice may surprise you.) But that’s not all we have up our spooky sleeves. We’re also offering our picks for the best Halloween TV episodes ever, discussing the future (or lack of it) for The Event, breaking down Survivor etiquette when it comes to peeing in a pool, and sharing Annie’s picks for the best and worst Dancing with the Stars hoofers ever. You can download all the insanity straight to your mp3 player, or click on the video player below to enjoy all the podcast magic on your screen right here, right now. And if you have a question for the TV Insiders, you can tweet it to @EWDaltonRoss. Listen now…if you dare!
Ask Britney to comment on her impromptu eye rolls and facial expressions, and she’ll feign like her face has a mind of its own. Thank God it does – her adorable mug produced some of the best moments of Big Brother 12 this summer. After the jump, the 22-year-old hotel sales manager from Arkansas (and winner of the $25,000 audience prize!) talks about her bawl-fest after learning about the Brigade, and how she really feels about Rachel and Brendon. READ FULL STORY
The Big Brother 12 producers seemed a little flustered after Wednesday’s big finale – mostly because Lane and Hayden took their sweet time leaving the house, so they forced honchos Allison Grodner and Rich Meehan to rush through the show’s final minutes! After the jump, the two EPs reflect on the final three and look forward to the 13th season. (Yep, there’s going to be another installment of Big Brother!) READ FULL STORY
There was no way Lane Elenburg was going to aggressively jockey for jury votes in the finale of Big Brother 12, especially if it meant trashing his buddy Hayden Moss in that final “Pick Me!” speech. He may have left $450,000 on the table, but the oil rig worker from Texas still went home with a $50,000 consolation prize and the knowledge that he looked like an okay dude in the end. As far as fellow Brigadesman Enzo Palumbo is concerned, he’ll be fine with the outcome if it leads to a sweet movie deal. (Hollywood, the 32-year-old insurance adjuster from New Jersey is ready to take meetings!)
After the jump, Lane and Enzo talk about the final two, their curious nicknames, and whether one’s brain power can be sorely underestimated in the house. Press play below, then catch up with their victorious Brigade brother Hayden. READ FULL STORY
He’s got plenty of money for hair products now! Hayden Moss, the 24-year-old college student from Tempe, Ariz., triumphed over Lane Elenburg to win the $500,000 cash prize on Big Brother 12. After the jump, Moss talks about that oh-so-cocky speech he gave before the jury, the shocking lack of hair product he brought to the house this summer, and why it took him and Lane a minute or two to actually walk out the front door after learning that he won. When you’re done with the Animal, make sure you catch my interviews with the Beast and the Meow-Meow, and a thoughtful chat with this season’s big showmance, Brenchel. READ FULL STORY
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