- The Big Brother jury house is reserved for houseguests who get evicted during the show.
- Jurors, aka evicted houseguests, are able to chat with one another about the show while living in the jury house.
- The jury house in Big Brother is much nicer than the actual house where the contestants live.
While most Big Brother seasons start out with 16 houseguests, of course not all of them end up winning the $750,000 prize.
That said, after a contestant is evicted, they do not continue to live in the Big Brother house. Instead, the last nine (Season 25 will only have seven) evicted houseguests (the early ones get to go home to their families) are sent to live in the jury house until finale night. But, what is the Big Brother jury house like? Scroll down for everything we know about the abode!
What does the 'Big Brother' jury house look like?
Fortunately for BB fans, CBS has been very transparent about the looks of the Big Brother jury house. In fact, they even gave viewers a full tour of the home on Instagram.
By taking a peek at the clip, you will learn that the house is equipped with a living room, kitchen, gym, game room, bedrooms, and a backyard with a pool (hence the bathing suits). In fact, it looks like a blast, if you ask us.
Where is the 'Big Brother' jury house located?
The location of the Big Brother house as well as the outside view have never been disclosed by CBS, but one Reddit user has a theory that it's in Chatsworth, Calif., which is just under a half hour from Studio City, the location of the Big Brother house set. That makes sense, since the jurors need to be close for finale night.
But while we don't know the exact location, we do know it's always a beautiful house in some sort of tropical-looking location.
Are there 'Big Brother' jury house rules?
While the jurors may be out of the Big Brother house for good, they aren't entirely out of the game. In fact, they have one of the most important jobs of the entire season.
Once the final two is revealed on finale night, each juror has to vote for who they want to win. They get to ask the final two questions before making their decision, and they cast their vote for who they want to take home the prize on live TV.
All that said, the jurors must still stay disconnected from the outside world to avoid finding out spoilers and other details about the game that may sway their opinions. They do, however, have access to DVD footage of prior competitions and nomination ceremonies (but certainly not diary room sessions) as well as movies, games, swimming, and sometimes even a private beach.
And while the jurors get bored, they find themselves getting creative with their time. For example, Jack, Sis, Kat, and Nick (from Season 21) previously filmed a funny talent show for the show's Instagram followers.
Who is currently in the Big Brother jury house?
So far, there is nobody in the juror house. The first juror of Season 25 of Big Brother will be determined on Oct. 12, 2023, after the eviction. The show is reverting back to earlier seasons and will only have seven jurors instead of nine.
When is the 'Big Brother' Season 25 finale?
The Season 25 finale of Big Brother will air on Nov. 9, 2023, with a two-hour episode. After the winner is revealed, the entire cast will flee the main and jury houses. And before next season (yes, the hit reality show has already been renewed for Season 26!), the houses will be cleaned and redesigned for the new set of houseguests.