Top 5 Seasons Of “Big Brother” Ranked
The 21st season of the CBS reality show, “Big Brother” will air on Tuesday, June 25th and it is sure to be a crazy Summer. As always, fans can expect the unexpected.
Some seasons of “Big Brother” fell flat while others will go down in history as some of the best.
As a superfan of the show, here are my picks for the best 5 seasons of “Big Brother.”
#5 – Season 7: All-Stars
The All- Stars season brought back some of the best players to have been in the game. Many fans want another All-Star season, but only if it is completely veterans. They know how to play the game and it would be a battle of the best.
#4 – Season 12
This season brought on many fights, which makes “Big Brother” what it is. It had the Brigade Alliance + Britney, the creation of the couple Brenchel (Rachel Reilly and Brendon Villegas), and many hilarious moments.
#3 – Season 10
Despite being the second lowest rated season, according to the ratings, season 10 was one where the game was played. Dan Gheesling, the winner, manipulated houseguests and is considered the most legendary houseguest to play the game. Alliances were set, the game was played, and fights were had.
#2 – Season 16
Another season with a great cast. Derrick Levaseur, the winner of season 16, goes down in history as one of the most iconic players in history by never being up for eviction. Tensions were high, Other notable players from that season were Nicole Franzel who went on to win season 18, Frankie Grande, Ariana’s brother, and Donny Thompson, who won America’s Favorite.
#1 – Season 20
In my opinion, season 20 was THE BEST season. Something about it just made you feel like you were transported back to the old days of the game, where people stepped up and played the game, backstabbed, and came up with genius plans. It was the first season in a while that did not have any returning players. The house was split into two alliances, The Hive and Level Six, which will go down as one of the best alliances in history. Two members from that alliance, Tyler Crispen and Kaycee Clark made it to the final two. Crispen also won America’s favorite.