We're just one week into this year's Big Brother but it feels like it's been forever since launch night.
The past seven days have seen most of what an entire series would bring all squeezed into just the one week.
From secret second houses and fake evictions to breakouts and race rows, it's all been kicking off.
More than 250 complaints have been lodged to Ofcom over controversial 'sex scenes' and TWO housemates have left before the first eviction.
One walked while last night Channel 5 revealed that Andrew Tate had been removed due to still currently unconfirmed reasons regarding new information that came to light this week.
It's all left the show and it's big new twist in a bit of a mess, with the 'secret' house uncovered ahead of a special live episode tonight.
According to the Daily Mirror, show bosses are set to hold 'crisis talks' later today about what to do next just days into the nine-week series
Following all the controversy - and last night's series low ratings - bookies have now slashed the odds that Big Brother will be axed.
“Viewing figures are dropping, numbers of complaints are rising and it would appear that BB is running out of ideas,” said William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly. “It is a short price that the regular version of the show is canned in 2017.”
For now, Big Brother airs at both 9PM and 10PM tonight on Channel 5.