Big Brother 2018 final date confirmed as last ever series comes to an end

Big Brother 2018 end date

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The end of Big Brother 2018 is in sight with the final date of this year’s series confirmed.

The new series kicked off back on September 14 for its last ever season.

As usual, the show has been airing nightly on Channel 5.

When is the Big Brother 2018 final?

The BB 2018 final date has been revealed for Monday, November 5 on Channel 5 after 53 days.

Titled ‘Goodbye Big Brother: The Live Final’ it’ll air in the one show between 10PM and 11:15PM with host Emma Willis.

At only 75 minutes long, it’s the shortest finale ever – shorter than even the 90 minute highlights show on Sunday nights.

The final will be followed by an equally long Bit on The Side with host Rylan Clark-Neal.

A total of eight housemates are currently left in the house ahead of another eviction on Friday.

They include 26-year-old Training Consultant from Rhondda Valley, Akeem Griffiths and 21-year-old Freelance Graphic Designer from London, Brooke Berry.

Also in the house are 18-year-old Vlogger from Norwich, Cameron Cole, 23-year-old Customer Service Agent from Clonmel, Co. Tipperary, Cian Carrigan and 25-year-old Waitress from Barnsley, Sîan Hamshaw.

Joining them are 27-year-old Bartender from Stockton-on-tees, Lewis Flanagan, 31-year-old Cleaner from London, Tomasz Wania and 31-year-old Carer from Halifax, Zoe Jones.

It’s set to be the final Big Brother series on UK telly for the foreseeable future after Channel 5 dropped the show.

Channel 5 announced at the start of the series: “The forthcoming series of Big Brother will be the last – of either celebrity or civilian versions – on Channel 5. We’d like to thank Endemol and all of the production team who have worked tirelessly to make the show a success.”

Although the show will no longer air on Channel 5 there have been rumours it could move to streaming service Netflix.

For now, the show continues Sunday-Friday nights at 10PM on Channel 5.

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