Big Brother - Up Late

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Big Brother - Up Late

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Big Brother - Up Late is a show associated with series three through to series seven of Big Brother (Australia). Hosted by Mike Goldman Big Brother - Up Late aired two hours of live streaming from inside the house as well as 4 brainteasers each night with a $1000 prize. The Show aired Monday to Thursday at 11.15pm and on Friday's at 10.30pm. For the last series of the show, series 7, a Sunday addition was added airing at 10.10pm. The show proved so popular running alongside series three to five of Big Brother that it continued, changing it's name to the Up Late Gameshow, with ex Big Brother housemate Simon Deering writing and hosting. After UL returned alongside series six of Big Brother, Simon returned once more this time joined by Chrissy Bray and Rob Rigley as co-hosts. The Up Late Game Show ended after alot of criticism on December 16th 2006. But Mike returned in 2007 alongside series seven of Big Brother, with the last episode going to air on 29th July 2007. Although live streaming is broadcast from the house throughout the Up Late series, the housemates that appear aren't credited on this guide, instead are credited on the main Big Brother (Australia) guide, within the highlights show airing after the episode featured here.moreless
Mike Goldman

Mike Goldman

Host [Series 1-3, 5, 7]

Simon Deering

Simon Deering

Host [Series 4, 6]

Rob Rigley

Rob Rigley

Co-Host [Series 6]

Chrissy Bray

Chrissy Bray

Co-Host [Series 6]

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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • this show makes me laugh mike goldman is crazy and he never fails to make me laugh.

    10
    keep up the good work the wheel of crap is great and i will be watching again next year a great light funny entertaining show for the insomniacs or the die hard big brother fans. I have watched this show for the past few years and goldman is getting crazier each year he never fails to do something stupid during the show whether it is giving away the word instead of the clue climbing the wheel of crap or just stuffing up lines he is classic gold man as his name states. i think he should be the host of big brother instead of gretel killeen.moreless
  • needs new ideas to keep interesting this year

    6.7
    this will be only interesting for about 2 weeks and then boredom will set in i think . the people are good looking as usual but will they be good enough to keep the public interested every night of the week . no. only sundays i believe and friday night ganes i hope . the white room is a good idea but it is keeping the house mates amused and i thought they were supposed to be kept away from everything except themselves. i will however be glad if the nakedness is off the screen this year as this is what stopped me watching the last 2 years , although i am an avid follower . goodluck with the series and i am looking forward to the friday night games .moreless
  • the best show on tv EVER I BITE MY NAILS WAITING FROM THE END OF THE SHOW WAITING FOR THE NEXT TO BEGIN 'OBSESSED'

    10
    LIKE I SAID THE BEST EVER LIVE SHOW ON THE TV BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST BST BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST BESTmoreless
  • Started off awesome, but is now in danger of being just one big two-hour commercial.

    6.8
    I remember during BB3 when Up Late began, and it was just Mike sitting on a tiny set, with a single camera, talking to us occasionally but mainly showing us live streaming from the house. It had a very nice, indy-like feel to it. Last year, it was a lot less about the live streaming and a lot more about these stupid money-making games. It really began to bloat our screens. There was more of Mike talking and hyping all their SMS games and a lot less streaming of the house.



    I still watch it, because at the end of the day we could at least look forward to getting one good conversation from the housemates uninterrupted by an ad break or Mike reminding us about the brainteasers or auction or whatever. And I know it won't be any different this year. But let's just say it drove me to watch the online streaming a fair bit more.



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