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Hear Rico Blanco put his own spin on Orange and Lemons’ ‘Pinoy Ako’

Filipino singer-songwriter Rico Blanco has recorded and released ‘Pinoy Tayo’, a renamed and reimagined version of Orange And Lemons’ ‘Pinoy Ako’.

The song will now serve as the theme song for the upcoming 10th season of Pinoy Big Brother, which is currently searching for its stars in its auditions phase, ABS-CBN reported.

Blanco’s take on the song features newly added elements of Filipino culture with instruments such as the banduria and kubing, and a fuller sound with thicker bass, stronger guitar chords and deeper drum tones.

Listen to Rico Blanco’s ‘Pinoy Tayo’ below.

Of the remake, Blanco said: “It’s such an honour to do the song. Just what it stands for. The original version is so well-loved. This is a chance to rediscover it.”

“I asked myself ‘what is ‘me’’ and I put in all the small elements that my songs had throughout the years,” he shared in a press release. “I am excited about that happiness that the song can provide. It’s a very bright, upbeat song, and I kept that from the original version”.

The track also features acclaimed songwriter and composer Johnathan Manalo as supervising producer. Manalo had also produced the original 2005 song from Orange And Lemons.

According to a press release, Blanco’s version of ‘Pinoy Tayo’ will serve as the first single from an upcoming 25-track tribute album that will pay homage to Manalo’s contributions to the Filipino music scene over the last 20 years.

“I’m grateful to hear people saying that this song has become part of the soundtrack of their lives,” Manalo said in a statement. “As I embark on my 20th anniversary in the music industry this year, an icon, a legend who I look up to helped me kickstart the celebration by re-imagining this song with his genius.”

Blanco’s record label, Balcony Entertainment, also facilitated the release of late Slapshock frontman Jamir Garcia’s posthumous single ‘Paraiso’ earlier this month.

In other news, Blanco most recently produced a song entitled ‘Tanging Kailangan’ for Ebe Dancel in late August. In late July, the singer-songwriter performed an acoustic version of ‘Alab ng Maya’, a song from his former band Rivermaya, to pay tribute to the Philippines’ first-ever Olympic gold medalist Hidilyn Diaz.


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Pinoy Big Brother

For the upcoming season, see Pinoy Big Brother: Kumunity Season 10.

Philippine reality television show

Pinoy Big Brother, more popularly known by its abbreviated title PBB, is the Philippine version of the Big Brother reality game show franchise. The word Pinoy in the title is a colloquial term for the Filipino people.[1] The show first aired on August 21, 2005 on ABS-CBN, Studio 23 (now S+A), and its international channel, TFC in various countries worldwide.[2] The uncut 24/7 version of the series can also be seen on the internet through paid-online streaming video subscription via TFCNow, and through cable network SkyCable.[3][4] The original hosts of the show were Willie Revillame, Toni Gonzaga, and Mariel Rodriguez. Gonzaga is the only host to be in the show since the beginning. Currently, she hosts the show with Bianca Gonzalez and Robi Domingo.

Other essential elements of the Big Brother franchise are present, such as weekly and daily challenges, the confession room, and the voice known only as "Big Brother," sometimes referred to as "Kuya" (Tagalog for an elder male sibling). Pinoy Big Brother uses their tagline "Teleserye ng Totoong Buhay" or the "Real Life Soap Opera".[1]


The original series logo used from 2005 to 2015 with different variations, but is still used in promotions.
Eye of Pinoy Big Brotherin use from 2018 to 2021


It follows the same premise as its many foreign counterparts around the world wherein a number of Filipinos volunteered to live inside a house for a certain number of days.

The elimination process in the show is the reverse of the original Dutch format. At the start of the elimination process, the "housemates" (as the contestants are referred to) vote for which two (sometimes more if there are ties or if Big Brother hands out an automatic nomination) fellow housemates they should eliminate. Once these nominations are chosen, the viewer votes come into play. For a week viewers are asked to vote, via SMS or voice messaging through PLDT's hotline (later abolished in favor of vote cards), for whoever they wanted to stay longer in the house. The housemate with the fewest viewer votes is eliminated. In the final week, the one with the most viewer votes will win the grand prize package, usually includes house and lot, a car, a business franchise, home appliances, and a holiday, and is given the title the Big Winner.[5]

The show has aired also two special versions. One of which is the Celebrity version of the show, which housed commercial models, actors and actresses, radio and TV show hosts, musicians, sports and fashion personalities, and even politicians in a certain number of days (the duration of this particular version of the show is lesser compared to the regular seasons). Celebrity housemates, like many counterparts abroad, play for charity, aside from themselves. Prizes given away from edition to edition can vary, but basically, the cash prize an edition's winner can receive is the same as the prize for that winner's chosen charity organization, i.e. the winner and his/her charity each win the same amount.

The other one is the Teen version. The adolescents chosen for this particular version are aged 13 to 19 years old, are from different cities in the Philippines, sometimes even from certain overseas countries with sizable Filipino communities. Other factors are disregarded; in-school and out-of-school youths, natural-born Filipinos and adolescents with a mixture of Filipino and foreign blood, those with intact and broken families, and even teenage single parents may be eligible as long one passes the age requirement and has a background worth exploring during the edition's run. This edition is usually done in the Philippine "summer" months of late March to early June. During this time, temperatures in the country are at their highest and most students are out of school; a regular school year in the Philippines runs from June of one year to March of the next.

The House[edit]

The Pinoy Big Brotherstudios as seen from the 12th floor of ELJ Communications Center. On the lower left of the picture is the facade designed for the former reality television show Pinoy Dream Academy, on the upper left is the Pinoy Big Brother activity area, while on the upper right of the picture are the swimming pool area and the Pinoy Big Brother multi-purpose hall.
The Pinoy Big BrotherHouse during its construction. It sits in a 1,400-sq. m. property.[6]

The location of the Pinoy Big Brother House used to occupy an old house; it was demolished in order to give way for the show. The house was built within 79 days in 2005 and was built by 50 men round-the-clock.[6] The house[7] is actually a large, fully air-conditioned studio with a facade made to look like an ideal middle-class house. It is located just in front of the ELJ Communications Center in Eugenio Lopez Street, Diliman, Quezon City. The leftmost part of the facade was designed for another reality show franchise called Pinoy Dream Academy until 2011 when it was entirely removed in favor of Big Brother. The interior of the studio is designed to look like a real house with themes and interior design changing for every season of the show. The studio is also designed to capture every "housemate's" activities with state-of-the-art surveillance cameras and microphones. The house is surrounded by walls with two-way mirrors to allow cameramen to directly shoot from behind of the mirrors. The studio has backlots that are utilized for several purposes depending on the season's theme. Currently, the backlots are utilized as an activity area, swimming pool area, and multi-purpose hall. Previously, it was also used for a garden, a resort, a concert hall for Pinoy Dream Academy, an eviction hall, and even a slum. The multi-purpose hall, in particular, is used by the ABS-CBN Foundation as a relief goods storage facility during calamities. The house's set-up is that of a bungalow, even though the facade is obviously designed as a two-storey house. The second floor houses a state-of-the-art master control room and several amenities designed for the program's crew. Although any form of communication from the outside world is banned inside the house, there is a large flat-screen television set in the living room, used for only 2 purposes:

  • To show any video Big Brother wanted to show to any or all housemates, especially that of the TV Mass every Sunday (contrary to reports early in the first season that a priest would visit them; later on, a priest unseen by viewers would visit them), and
  • To announce the names of nominees for eviction directly to the housemates and the person evicted from the house. The housemates saw hosts talk to them during the nomination and eviction nights.

To complete the setup, 26 surveillance cameras are positioned all over the house to watch the housemates' every move,[8] including the bathroom. For modesty's sake, images from the bathroom will be shown if the bathroom is used for any purpose other than bathing and using the toilet.

The set up of the house, especially when shown on television, makes the illusion that it is a one-storey house. But anyone who passes by the house can easily notice that its facade is that of a two-storey house. That is because the second storey houses parts of the control room. The actual front doors to the house area are actually further inside.

The house interior was rebuilt for the second season, the changes are the following:

  • The number of cameras has been increased to 42.
  • There was a secret room built behind the confession room and a large activity area leading from the garden.
  • The house has a prayer room rather than just an altar.
  • The flat screen monitor found in the living area is now used to call any housemate.
  • The front door now leads to the Eviction Hall next door.
  • Instead of watching a TV mass, the housemates have a spiritual session with Coney Reyes, the show's spiritual adviser. This has been done since the first Celebrity Edition.

For the Double Up, the house was divided into two different, yet equally furnished "houses." The changes are the following:

  • The house was completely rebuilt from the ground up, new set up, and larger space.
  • The guardians' area from the second teen edition was renovated to accommodate the season's twist.
  • The housemates that are evicted every week exit the house through the confession room.
  • Eviction takes place right outside of the Big Brother House.
The Big Brother House after its renovation in 2011. In 2015, former Pinoy Dream Academy facade next door became part of the Big Brother house as an extended facade.

For Unlimited, the facade of the house was fully renovated,[9] and the gates were removed. The outside of the Big Brother house still served as the venue for evictions. The Big Brother house was still divided into two different themed houses yet both equally furnished. Both houses have separate confession rooms. The garden was removed, and the pool was retained and was considered a separate area and was called the Resort. The area was used for some time for Big Brother's rewards and tasks to the housemates, and was a venue for some House Battles. The activity area was retained and was renovated several times in order to accommodate the season's twists. Initially, it was used as a temporary shelter for the initial group of housemates and was themed after a typical urban slum house.

For 737, the former Pinoy Dream Academy facade became part of the Big Brother House as an extended facade. Also, the eviction now took place inside the ABS-CBN studios rather than outside the facade. The evicted housemate will be transferred by a car leading to the Eviction Studio.

For Otso, for the first time in the franchise's history, the entire one-way mirror system used for filming were removed and replaced by real walls. The number of cameras were increased to 50 and were upgraded to robotic cameras.[10]


To prepare the viewers for the program's run, two primers were aired. The first was Eto na si Kuya! (Here Comes Big Brother), which talked about the essentials of the franchise and its success around the world. In the second primer, entitled Ang Bahay ni Kuya (Big Brother's House), Mariel and Toni indirectly gave the viewers a tour of the Big Brother house and its rooms, along with the control center and the confession booth. It also featured highlights a dry run where 12 of the network's talents stayed in the house for 24 hours and experienced the challenges and tests the housemates would experience at the start of the actual run.[1][11]

Theme songs[edit]

The show also had its theme song called "Pinoy Ako" (English: I'm a Filipino) by Orange and Lemons. This song is also the basis for much of the background music used in the show. Another theme song for the show was "Sikat ang Pinoy" (English: Filipinos are Stars) by season 1 contestant Sam Milby and Toni Gonzaga which was used for its celebrity seasons. A different theme song was also used for its teen seasons; "Kabataang Pinoy" (English: Filipino Teens) of the Itchyworms. The new version of "Pinoy Ako" by Reo Brothers was released in the fifth regular season. A new theme song was introduced in the eighth season and was entitled "Otso Na" (English: Otso Now), sang by Toni Gonzaga and Alex Gonzaga; worth noting is that the song includes a medley of the old theme song "Pinoy Ako".[12] A new song written and sung by Jem Macatuno, Shawntel Cruz, Lie Resposposa and Kiara Takahashi from the Otso season called "Connected Na Tayo (We are Connected)" was used for the Connect season.[13] The latest version of "Pinoy Ako" called "Pinoy Tayo" by Rico Blanco was introduced for the upcoming Kumunity Season 10.[14]


Toni Gonzaga has been a mainstay host of Pinoy Big Brotherfor 14 seasons, having been its host since the show premiered in 2005.

Originally, television personality and comedian Willie Revillame was the main eviction host of the show, along with young up-and-coming personalities Mariel Rodriguez and Toni Gonzaga.[15] Gonzaga hosted the primetime telecast which chronicles the events of the day before (unless an episode is telecast live).[16] Rodriguez, on the other hand, hosted the late night edition called Pinoy Big Brother: Uplate, which updates anything viewers missed in the primetime telecast, as well as what to look forward in the next one.[16] Revillame hosted the live telecast of the eviction and the public revelation of the nomination for evictees, but only for the first season.[16][17][18] He has not returned to the program even before the first Celebrity edition started because of the ULTRA stampede.

Luis Manzano took over Willie's place for the Celebrity Edition and later returned in Teen Edition Plus in 2008.[19]

On its Teen edition's first season, Bianca Gonzalez (a TV host and a former housemate of the first celebrity season) took over Mariel Rodriguez for Teen Edition: Update, and PBB: Uplate, a successful spin-off program that Mariel Rodriguez has hosted in its early editions — while Mariel became primetime host, whilst Gonzaga only hosted the Big Night prior to other commitments.

One of its original hosts, Rodriguez left the show in a surprising manner in 2010 prior to her transfer to TV5 and was replaced by former teen housemate and Teen Edition Plus runner-up Robi Domingo as co-presenter from Unlimited onwards.[20]

Originally, Martin Concio, son of ABS-CBN president, CEO and COO Charo Santos-Concio is supposed to be in the roster but later backed out. Later, John Prats, also a former celebrity housemate and the runner-up in the first Celebrity Edition, joined Gonzaga, Gonzalez, and Domingo as hosts for Teen Edition 4.[21]

In the fifth regular season of the franchise, Slater Young was introduced as one of the hosts, but was later moved to host that season's new online show, with Teen Edition 4's Joj and Jai Agpangan.[22][23] He was then replaced by Toni's sister Alex Gonzaga, who only hosted the first night of the season (due to her surprise inclusion as a housemate and later houseguest). Once her time as houseguest came to an end, she continued to host PBB for its Uber show only.

On the 737 season, Enchong Dee was introduced as a new host; however, as part of the tradition of the program, he had to stay in the House first and experience how the housemates are experiencing their stay inside the House. He later was allowed to exit the house; afterwards, he returned to his hosting stint as the show's hourly updater. On the other hand, Mariel Rodriguez returned to the show after five years to play as the last celebrity houseguest and later host the Big Nights marking her significant return as host, similar to that of what happened to Gonzaga in the first Teen Edition Big Night.

On the Lucky 7 season, Toni Gonzaga and Mariel Rodriguez both took a leave from hosting. This is in preparation for the delivery of their respective babies.[24] It was Mariel who first announced the leave due to her delicate delivery after her two miscarriages.[25][26] Toni gave birth to her first child Seve on September 30, 2016, adding that giving birth is her biggest fear now and returned upon the entering of the Dream Team.

On the Otso season, former Big Winners Melai Cantiveros and Kim Chiu joined Gonzaga and Domingo as new hosts, while Alex Gonzaga returned as a permanent co-host for the show. Rodriguez didn't return to host this season to focus on hosting It's Showtime and give more parenting time for her daughter. Gonzalez did not host during the tenure of the first teen batch as she was pregnant at that time (later gave birth to her second child), but later returned to host upon the entry of the first adult batch of housemates.

On the Connect season, Richard Juan joined to host online updates; while Enchong Dee returned to hosts online contents for the show, together with Cantiveros (however, their appearances were only occasional). Gonzaga, Gonzales and Domingo reprised their roles as hosts, with the latter two also hosting online companion shows for the program. Kim Chiu, Edward Barber, and Maymay Entrata were earlier reported to host online contents for the program (with Chui and Entrata having joined the official launch and the Big Night respectively, while Barbers only appear for the Big Night acting the Comedy sketch one of the housemate),[27] but were never seen doing their hosting stints in the succeeding events of the show. Alex Gonzaga, on the other hand, did not return to the show due to her network transfer to TV5.

Hosts timeline

Other hosts[edit]

Asia Agcaoili spearheaded the show for the viewers of Studio 23. Her show, called Pinoy Big Brother on Studio 23: Si Kuya, KaBarkada Mo (English: Filipino Big Brother on Studio 23: Your Brother, Your Buddy), not only featured snippets from the primetime telecast the night before, but also featured opinion polls both from the man on the street and those sending SMS, spoof segments, unaired videos, and feed from inside the house (either live feed or footage taped earlier). Studio 23 has stopped the practice since the second Celebrity Edition and instead resorted to airing the delayed late morning/early afternoon feeds.

Talk show host Boy Abunda hosted the postseason documentaries. It featured issues and controversies about the housemates.

Series overview[edit]

The show had spawned nine (one upcoming) regular (or main) seasons, two celebrity seasons, four teen seasons since it began airing on August 21, 2005. In the entire 1,817 aggregate days of being filmed (including those days where the show did not air for some reason, such as the observance of the Holy Week), 346 housemates entered the house, 16 of whom were crowned Big Winners. The recent winner is Liofer Pinatacan of Pinoy Big Brother: Connect.

  Regular or Main season
  Celebrity season
  Teen season

No. Season title Premiered Ended Housemates Days Winner(s) Runner(s)-up Note
1 Season 1Aug. 21, 2005 Dec. 10, 2005 13 112 Nene TamayoJayson Gainza[a]
2 Celebrity Edition 1Feb. 5, 2006 Apr. 1, 2006 14 56 Keanna ReevesJohn Prats[b]
3 Teen Edition 1Apr. 23, 2006 Jun. 3, 2006 14 42 Kim ChiuMikee Lee[c]
4 Season 2Feb. 25, 2007 Jun. 30, 2007 18 126 Bea SawMickey Perz[d]
5 Celebrity Edition 2Oct. 14, 2007 Jan. 5, 2008 16 84 Ruben GonzagaCanadaRiza Santos[e]
6 Teen Edition PlusMar. 23, 2008 Jun. 7, 2008 14 77 Ejay FalconRobi Domingo[f]
7 Double UpOct. 4, 2009 Feb. 13, 2010 26 133 Melisa CantiverosPaul Jake Castillo [g]
8 Teen Clash 2010Apr. 10, 2010 Jun. 26, 2010 27 78 AustraliaJames ReidSouth KoreaRyan Bang[h]
9 UnlimitedOct. 29, 2011 Mar. 31, 2012 37 155 Slater YoungPamu Pamorada[i]
10 Teen Edition 4Apr. 8, 2012 Jul. 7, 2012 15 91 Myrtle SarrosaKaren Reyes[j]
11 All InApr. 27, 2014 Aug. 24, 2014 19 120 BrazilDaniel MatsunagaMaris Racal[k]
12 737Jun. 20, 2015 Nov. 8, 2015 26 142 JapanMiho Nishida(Adults)United StatesTommy Esguerra(Adults)[l]
Jimboy Martin(Teens)AustraliaYlona Garcia(Teens)
13 Lucky 7Jul. 11, 2016 Mar. 5, 2017 31 235 Maymay EntrataKisses Delavin[m]
14 OtsoNov. 10, 2018 Aug. 4, 2019 58 268 Yamyam GucongKiara Takahashi [n]
15 ConnectDec. 6, 2020 Mar. 14, 2021 18 99 Liofer PinatacanAndrea Abaya [o]
16 Kumunity 10Oct. 16, 2021 TBA TBA Upcoming Season[p]
  1. ^First regular season. Only season that featured Willie Revillame as host of the show. First season to feature the 100-second session.
  2. ^First season to feature celebrities as housemates. Introduced prizes for the housemates chosen charities.
  3. ^First season to have teens, aged 15 to 18, as housemates. Primetime host Toni Gonzaga only hosted the season's Big Night. First season to have a finale task outside the house.
  4. ^First season to have Big Brother Swap; Introduced the Secret housemates twist and Immunity Challenges.
  5. ^The longest and the last celebrity season. This season also introduced a task that span the entire season, the inclusion of two-in-one housemates and the Head of Household twist.
  6. ^First season to add a subtitle to the name of the show. The season also featured the Ateneo-La Salle rivalry, and introduced the Guardians and the House Player twists.
  7. ^Introduced two separate twin housemates that secretly act as one person. First season to adapt two separate houses for two separate group of housemates. Introduced the Vote to Save and Evict voting system. Introduced the Big Jump to the Big Night. First season to have five housemates in the finale instead of the usual four.
  8. ^First season to introduce non-Filipino teens as housemates. Also the first season to have a non-Filipino citizen winner. First season to have six housemates in the finale instead of the usual four.
  9. ^First season to feature three separate houses. Introduced the reserved housemates twist (wherein each shortlisted auditionees were given a chance to become an official housemate), and challenges that needs to be done outside the house. The only season to have two separate programs ("Unliday" and "Unlinight") for two separate groups of housemates.
  10. ^The longest teen season in the entire history of the franchise. First season to have two-in-one housemates in the finale.
  11. ^The first in the show and in the entire Big Brother franchise to have a mix of teen, adult and celebrity housemates. First season to have a Philippine celebrity with no Filipino blood (Daniel Matsunaga) and first to have a twins (The Pagotans) that are not considered as a 2-in-1 housemate. Introduced the public nominations (BBN), Instasave and the two powers granted to an evicted housemate. First time to have a Big Night on a Sunday slot instead of Saturday.
  12. ^The first in the show and in the entire Big Brother franchise to have two editions, teens and regulars thereby having two Big Winners that ran through continuously in one season. Return of Mariel Rodriguez as host after five years. First time to have a two-day Big Night.
  13. ^The first in the history of the franchise to have four fused editions namely Celebrity, Teens, Adult, and a Dream Team. The first time since 2007 to have a batch of celebrities to enter the House; also the first time in the history of the show that the housemates were housed in a foreign Big Brother House, in Vietnam. The first season where nominated housemates will undergo Ligtask challenges instead of the public vote during usual eviction nights until the seven housemates in each batch remain and to introduce a back-to-back nomination and eviction night and a flash voting period.The first edition to have 7 finalists (not separated in batches) to be competing in the Big Night.
  14. ^The first season to have four separate batches of housemates to enter the house. Also includes a separate house of hopeful auditionees per batch who are set to replace a housemate when one gets evicted or decides to make a voluntary exit. The season having the most housemates. The longest season of Pinoy Big Brother, reaching 267 days surpassing the record of Lucky 7 by only 32 days. The first edition to have 8 finalists (not separated in batches) to be competing in the Big Night.
  15. ^The first season not to air on ABS-CBN and the first season to hold its auditions completely online (via Kumu). Also the first season not to have Uber as a companion show on TV; instead, all companion shows were streamed live online. The shortest special season of Pinoy Big Brother with the housemates residing for a total of 99 Days. This season introduced the twist that give HoH holders the power to exclusively vote other housemates for eviction (also known as Supercharged Power). The first season in the history of Pinoy Big Brother wherein 3 out of 4 finalist never face the Filipino public for eviction. The first season of Pinoy Big Brother not feature a text and online vote to determine the finalists but through a series of challenges. On the final week of this season, it is the season to simulcast on TV5 for the first time in 15 years.
  16. ^The first season to air at early primetime slot (the show will air at 5:45 p.m. (PST) on weekdays).

Other shows[edit]

Companion shows[edit]

The reality television show had, in total, three companion shows to date. The first one was Pinoy Big Brother UpLate, a late-night program of the reality show, and has been one of the most successful companion shows in the entire history of the franchise and it was replaced by Games Uplate Live.[28] It was primarily hosted by Mariel Rodriguez,[28] while Bianca Gonzalez took over the program once the first Teen Edition started, as the former became primetime host. This aired is the final program of ABS-CBN from late at night to early morning, Monday to Friday, after the News & Public Affairs programs and before sign-off; and shows some updates, live feeds, and interviews. During the second regular season, the show was replaced by a late afternoon show called Pinoy Big Brother Über. The show would make its return in Pinoy Big Brother: Double Up under the name Pinoy Big Brother: Double UpLate with Bianca Gonzalez as host. After Pinoy Big Brother: Double Up, the show was not revived and was eventually replaced by Über.

The Pinoy Big Brother Über was also hosted by Mariel Rodriguez; and often Bianca Gonzalez, this is also the show's interactive portion wherein viewers can participate. The show was originally created as a replacement for UpLate as the show's main offshoot; the two programs would later become the show's co-main offshoots in third regular season. Über did not return for the Pinoy Big Brother: Unlimited season because of Mariel's departure from the show, and the new "UnliDay" edition of the show airing counterpart with its normal "UnliNight" edition. Über returned for the fourth teen season as Pinoy Big Brother: Teen Edition 4 Über 2012 onward with Bianca Gonzalez, Robi Domingo and John Prats.[29] Also in the same Teen season, the show aired on Saturdays, known as SabadUber.

In every season of the local franchise, a short segment update show is aired every day from Mondays to Fridays. The show is called Pinoy Big Brother Update. The show provided daily happenings in the Big Brother house and introduces what will be shown in the primetime telecast. Mariel Rodriguez used to be the main Update host for the first season up to the first teen season. With the exception of second celebrity season to which Beatriz Saw was seen as the Update host, Bianca Gonzalez has been the Update host, replacing Mariel Rodriguez. Robi Domingo served as a guest host for one week during Pinoy Big Brother: Teen Clash 2010 as Bianca Gonzalez was then unavailable.

At this time, Pinoy Big Brother: 737 had an improved version as 737 Gold. On the 7th Season of the show 737 Gold was replaced by "PBB Vietnam Mga Kwento ng Celebrity Housemates" during the celebrity housemates stay in Vietnam, "PBB: Mga Kwento ng Teen Housemates" during the duration of the Teen Season, and Lastly it was replaced by "PBB Mga Kwento ng mga Housemates ni Kuya" during the Regular entry in the house.

On the 9th season, there are no companion show for television, instead it is replace by an online show called "Kumunek Tayo" hosted by Melai Cantiveros and Enchong Dee for the Afternoon Show, Bianca Gonzales and Robi Domingo for the Primetime Show via Kumu in the comfort of their own homes.

Game shows[edit]

Due to the show's popularity, a game show segment was launched by the network and was called Pinoy Big Brother: Yes or No.[3] It was one which uses the board game format and uses questions related to the show as well as ABS-CBN's other primetime soap operas. The show was hosted by Mariel Rodriguez and it promised to give a daily studio contestant up to twenty-five thousand pesos. After a week as a segment of the show, it became a separate early afternoon game show on October 24, 2005. This show was terminated after the first season ended.

Another popular game show segment was launched during the first season of Pinoy Big Brother and was called What's the Word? That's the Word!. It was a raffle show hosted by Mariel Rodriguez and aired during commercial breaks at primetime telecast. At first, it started as a trivia game show for Pinoy Big Brother, and then later, it was extended as a trivia game show for the whole Primetime block. The show continued even after Pinoy Big Brother's first-year run ended. It later returned as the promotion What's the Word? Guess the Word! This time, however, the promotion is by Smart Communications and it is separate from Pinoy Big Brother.

Talk show[edit]

The popularity of the show and its former housemates spawned another show called Pinoy Big Brother Buzz,[3] hosted by actress Anne Curtis, gossip reporter AJ Dee, and comedian Pokwang. Like its parent show The Buzz, the show tackles events and goings-on inside the house, the controversy surrounding the show, and the latest gossip about the housemates who were already evicted.[30] The show was cancelled during the run of the Celebrity Edition.

Online shows[edit]

In the first special season, a late-night online show called Pinoy Big Brother Uplate Online was introduced.[23] It was hosted by Slater Young, and Joj and Jai Agpangan. In the second special season, Pinoy Big Brother: 737 Online was introduced. It was hosted by Robi Domingo and Bianca Gonzalez and unlike the previous season, it occurred every 7:37 pm.

Spin-off shows[edit]

After the first regular season, a spin-off drama adventure series featuring the former housemates was aired for two weeks after Christmas and was called The Final Task.[3] Another spin-off was the romantic reality show, called Melason in Love, was aired after the end of Pinoy Big Brother: Double Up. It was the first reality spin-off show of the franchise.[31] The show focused to Melisa Cantiveros and Jason Francisco's love story which initially developed during the middle of the season. It features behind the scenes footage after the PBB Big Night, few of guesting programs in all ABS-CBN shows, and the struggles of the couple after the end of the season

Reunion specials[edit]

On June 4, 2006, a night after the finale of the Teen Edition, a live musical special called Pinoy Big Brother: the Big Reunion was held at the Aliw Theater in the CCP Grounds, Manila, with all the housemates for the first season, the Celebrity Edition, and the Teen Edition gathered in one spot. The show showcased and celebrated the success of the show, especially its greatest moments and accomplishments. This was done to cap off the show's first year on the air.

Two succeeding Big Reunions were held. The first was on June 9, 2008, wherein the housemates of the second Teen Edition, special housemates, and their Guardians took part. The second was on February 14, 2010, this time involving the Double Up housemates. Unlike the first Big Reunion, the gatherings only involved the housemates of each of the two seasons mentioned.

On June 27, 2010, another reunion special called High Five: The Big Five Years of Pinoy Big Brother gathered the Pinoy Big Brother: Teen Clash 2010 Big Six together with several notable housemates from editions past, many from the final group of their season, celebrate the memorable moments from the less than five years of the franchise.[32]


ABS-CBN Studio Experience[edit]

In September 2018, ABS-CBN launched "ABS-CBN Studio Experience," an indoor theme park located in TriNoma, Quezon City. The said indoor theme park includes attractions that immerses its visitors to become a contestant, an actor, an audience or a production unit member of the network's different shows. One of the shows featured as an attraction in the theme park is Pinoy Big Brother where a visitor can experience to become a housemate and participate in various tasks to be given by Big Brother.[33]

Controversies and criticisms[edit]

Main article: Controversy and criticism of Pinoy Big Brother

Like other franchises around the world, the concept and implementation of Pinoy Big Brother has been a subject of controversy and criticism from the Filipino public and the news media. Investigations of some incidents were held by numerous organizations, including Endemol, the franchiser of Big Brother, and TV watchdog MTRCB since its launch in 2005.

Awards and recognitions[edit]


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  18. ^Ricky Lo (August 10, 2005). "Briefly noted". The Philippine Star. Retrieved August 6, 2013.
  19. ^Reyma Buan-Deveza (March 17, 2008). "PBB introduces finalists for Teen Edition". ABS-CBN News. Retrieved August 6, 2013.
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  27. ^Requintina, Robert (November 14, 2020). "LOOK: Kim Chui, 'MaWard' among the 9 hosts of 'PBB: Connect'". ABS-CBN News. Retrieved December 15, 2020.
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  29. ^Marinel R. Cruz (April 17, 2012). "John Prats now more confident". Philippine Daily Inquirer. Retrieved August 6, 2013.
  30. ^Boy Abunda (November 7, 2005). "AJ makes hay while the sun shines". The Philippine Star. Retrieved May 9, 2013.
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  32. ^Leo Laparan II (June 28, 2010). "Pinoy Big Brother alumni reunite for fun and games". Philippine Entertainment Portal. Retrieved August 6, 2013.
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