The Big Brother 2013 start date has been penciled in for June 6, according to preliminary schedules.
While we can't stress enough that nothing is confirmed right now, producers look to be gearing up to launch the new series on the first Thursday of June.
The broadcaster last left a 5 hour free gap in its schedules between 7PM and midnight, BBSpy reports.
It'd be more than enough time for the live launch of the fourteenth series, the first to be hosted by Emma Willis.
And a gap on the next Friday suggests a second live show could follow.
Meanwhile, free spots on 5* would add weight to the rumoured start date, with space for the return of nightly live feed.
But a launch date on June 6 would mean some tough competition for the first few nights, with the live shows of The Voice on the Friday and the BGT final on the Saturday.
Auditions for Big Brother 2013 took place earlier this year, being completed online only for the first time in the show's history.