Nine Things to Look forward to in Season 6 of Big Brother Naija – The reality program has already outperformed previous seasons, with MultiChoice Nigeria announcing the show’s largest grand prize of N90 million.
Big Brother Naija, Africa’s most popular reality show, will premiere a new season on Saturday and Sunday, with organizers promising a bigger and better event than ever before. As he does every season, Big Brother will provide various surprises and twists to the show this year.
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With a double launch program and a remodeled home, viewers and housemates are in for a treat this season. The reality program has already topped previous seasons, with MultiChoice Nigeria announcing a grand prize of N90 million, the highest in the show’s history. As we approach the season’s opening weekend when host Ebuka Obi-Uchendu will disclose the season’s theme, here are a few things to look forward to.
1. A Double Launch Show: Season 6 begins with the most unexpected twist yet. The show will be telecast over two evenings for the first time. On June 24, 2021, the first half of the premiere will air, followed by the second half on June 25, 2021.
2. More interesting personalities: Big Brother has mastered the art of assembling the most intriguing cast of characters, and this year is no exception. MultiChoice, the show’s producers, promises that this season’s roommates would be more interesting than any prior season’s.
3. More interesting tasks: Think again if you think Big Brother Naija Lockdown has the most exciting and rewarding jobs. Season 6 of Big Brother Naija will provide the housemates with even more fantastic and financially lucrative activities.
4. A revamped BBNaija house this year, Biggie’s home will be very different from the previous year’s. Expect new decor, new locations, and possibly a one-of-a-kind feature not seen in prior seasons. But, of course, the house is being designed exclusively by local artists, just like the previous season.
5. Two new house currencies designed to be an integral part of the season’s gameplay: When the show premieres on Saturday, Biggie will retire the old currencies used in previous seasons and introduce two never-before-used currencies.
6. A brand new, exclusively packaged BBNaija show on Showmax: Showmax will broadcast an exclusive 30-minute show called The Buzz twice a week, in which viewers will be able to catch up on all the hidden action they may have missed on other networks.
The devoted series will air twice a week on Tuesdays and Saturdays and will be a magazine-style show with a host.
7. There will be no SMS voting this year; instead, all voting will take place on the Big Brother Naija website and mobile site, as well as the MyDStv and MyGOtv apps.
8. Fave Lock-In makes a comeback: The fan competition, which began last season, is back.
If the housemate they’ve picked to “Lock-In” wins the show’s sixth season, the Fave Lock-In competition will give 30 BBNaija fans the chance to win N1 million each. Fans will vote for the contender they believe will win between July 29 and August 2, 2021.
9. BBNaija fans in the United Kingdom will also watch the program live 24/7 on Showmax, an African online streaming service, for the first time.
Over ten weeks, the 10-episode reality show will follow the lives of strangers as they interact and compete for the top prize.
Season 6 of Big Brother Naija will air on channel 198 on DStv Premium, Compact Plus, Compact, Confam, and Yanga subscriptions, and on channel 29 on GOtv Max and Jolli packages, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
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