The Big Brother 2017 start date has been officially confirmed for the first week of June.
The exact air date for Big Brother 18 has now been revealed, with Channel 5 announcing BBUK kicks off on Monday, June 5.
The live show starts at 8:30PM with a two hour long launch show.
Straight after, Rylan Clark-Neal will host a special launch night Bit On The Side before live streaming from the house, all on Channel 5.
The launch itself will face Love Island in the schedules with the ITV2 rival reality series kicking off its third season at 9PM.
While the Big Brother UK start date has been confirmed, it remains to be seen how long the new series of summer's Big Brother will run for.
Last year's show was the shortest yet, coming in at just 50 days, 16 fewer than the previous series and 44 fewer than the longest run to date.
Meanwhile, more teasers about this year's series have been revealed.
Apparently the revamped house will be reminiscent of "one of Britain's best kept villages", which ties into the previously released British themed eye.
Bit On The Side host Rylan Clark-Neal told This Morning: "The BBUK house this series is one of Britain's best kept villages.
"We've got cottages, shops... it's very different, it's the most different I've seen it."
Rylan went on to tease cryptically: "But is everything as it seems?
"We promise to reflect all aspects of Britain..."