There are some reality TV shows that, likely due to a combination of relatively low-production costs and consistently decent ratings, will never, ever, ever be taken off the air.
After 20 seasons of Big Brother, it looks like the show that puts a bunch of strangers in a house, feeds them free booze, and then records the drama, has definitely solidified itself as one of those series.
The newest cast of housemates just made their network debut, and to call them a motley crew would be an understatement.
26-year-old Substitute Teacher, Faysal Shafaat.
27-year-old Welder, Sam Bledsoe.
23-year-old Lifeguard Tyler Crispen.
25-year-old flight attendant, Bayleigh Denton.
28-year-old professional dancer, Jason Monduix
21-year-old college student Haleigh Broucher.
40-year-old former undercover cop, Steve Arienta.
30-year-old pro football player, Kaycee Clark.
28-year-old Medical Sales rep, Winston Hines.
29-year-old Vegas Entertainer, Rachel Swindler.
26-year-old Shipping Manager, Scottie Salton.
34-year-old Stay-at-home-mom, Angie Lantry.
23-year-old Day Trader, Chris Williams
26-year-old fitness model Angela Rummans.
25-year-old Cyber Security Engineer, Brett Robinson
24-year-old Life Coach, Kaitlyn Herman
The ghosts of human decency.