Big Brother 22 (US), also known as Big Brother: All-Stars is the 22nd season of the broadcasted edition of Big Brother (U.S.) and the 25th season overall, while celebrating the 20th anniversary of the series.
The season was in limbo due to the severity of the 2019-2020 Coronavirus Pandemic. However it was announced on July 23, 2020 that the season would premiere on August 5, 2020 with a live two-hour premiere, making it the latest start to a Big Brother season since season 14 in late July. It was also the first season to feature a live televised premiere, and the second live premiere overall since Over The Top.
- 1 Background
- 2 Twists
- 3 HouseGuests
- 4 Voting History
- 5 Safety Suite Competition History
- 6 Have/Have-Not History
- 7 Game History
- 8 Controversies
- 9 Trivia
- 10 Ratings
- 11 References
- 12 External Links
CBS announced that Big Brother had been renewed for a twenty-first and twenty-second season on May 15, 2019. Despite the renewal, fans still speculated on whether or not Big Brother would actually receive a twenty-second season, and if it did, whether host Julie Chen-Moonves would return or not, but the rumors ceased once Chen-Moonves and the official CBS and Big Brother accounts officially announced the season and Chen-Moonves' return on Twitter on the day of the Big Brother 21 (US) Double Eviction.
Following the controversial nature of both Big Brother 21 and Survivor: Island of the Idols, on December 17, 2019, CBS announced that Survivor would be undergoing anti-harassment, unconscious bias and sensitivity training for future casts, measures they intended on placing with their other reality shows, including Big Brother, as well.. On the live feeds, houseguests of Big Brother 22 confirmed that they received extensive racial bias and sexual harassment training during their pre-show quarantine and sequester. Following an incident on Big Brother 21, this same training was applied to the production crew almost immediately, before later being applied to the entire cast for this, and future seasons.
For more information on the 2019-2020 Coronavirus Pandemic's Impact on Big Brother, click here.
Between seasons 21 and 22 of Big Brother, the 2019-2020 Coronavirus Pandemic began in China and spread around the world, including the United States. The season turned into a question by the fans very quickly after Big Brother Canada 8 was forced to shut down mid-production due to the virus.
However, planning continued for the season. The Hollywood Reporter would later go on to report that the season would not be airing due to the pandemic stating:
"CBS scripted originals have historically repeated well and, per sources, the network will lean on those to ride out the summer. The network will be without new seasons of Big Brother and Love Island, neither of which had been shot before the world stopped."
Hours later, fansite Big Blagger reached out to CBS for a confirmation on the situation. A representative of the network stated, "The situation is still fluid but the intention is for Big Brother to return this summer."
One month later after ITV pushed the upcoming season of Love Island (UK) to 2021. On May 4, 2020, CBS would then go on to release their own statement on the future of their version of Love Island (US) and the upcoming season of Big Brother 22. They stated that they will air both shows in the future "when the time is right".
Then on July 23, 2020, ViacomCBS announced that the season was to premiere on August 5, 2020. However, with the current COVID-19 restrictions in California the season would be required to follow certain protocols in order to secure safety for the contestants and staff members.
The All-Star houseguests will have an extended sequester into the minimum 14-day quarantine that is usually used by medical professionals to check for symptoms of the novel coronavirus. If they pass with a negative test, they will be allowed to enter the house. Once inside, they will be tested weekly for the cast's safety.
The behind the scenes crew will have a limited interaction with the contestants. Unlike past seasons where interaction was frequent among setting up competitions, stocking the storage room, or fixing areas around the house, this season's interaction will be as limited as possible. Everything that enters the house will be thoroughly disinfected for the houseguests' safety. In addition, crew members will be required to social distance. They will be tested before the season starts and frequently during production. Daily temperature tests and screenings for symptoms will take place. All crew members will be require to wear personal protective equipment (PPE) while working in socially distant isolation pods. 
The crew will be required to wear colored coded lanyards at all times. Each color corresponds to a different part of the production staff. When the weekly coronavirus tests results come back and a crew member tests positive, that whole colored off section will be quarantined.
In addition, ViacomCBS will hire a "COVID-19 compliance officer" that will monitor the staff everyday enforcing all social distance rules for the safety of everyone involved.
Kassting, Inc. initially returned to provide casting services for a the twenty-first consecutive season since season 2 with Robyn Kass serving as the casting director. Open casting for the season was still held, which opened on September 22, 2019 and closed on April 3, 2020. Open casting at locations around the country were cancelled due to the Coronavirus pandemic. However, online submissions were still available.
After much speculation, the house was officially revealed on August 3, 2020 through ViacomCBS's press website and CBS's Big Brother social media pages.
As with previous seasons, the program is filmed at CBS Studios, sound stage 18 in a custom-built two story house. The House is equipped with 94 high-definition cameras and 113 microphones in order to monitor and record the houseguests. Similar to previous seasons, the Head of Household bedroom suite is located on top of the second floor with a private bathroom. Outside is a lounge area known as the "Sky Bridge" that was added in Big Brother 17 (US). The second floor is accessible by a ladder located in the entry way or a spiral staircase located in the kitchen next to the sliding glass doors that lead to the backyard. The backyard area features outdoor amenities for the houseguests. The kitchen, bathroom, bedrooms, living room, and the second lounge is located on the first floor. For the first time in the history of the series, a fourth bedroom was introduced to the franchise.
Unlike previous years, host Julie Chen was unable to enter the Big Brother house for a house tour, as the production staff was keeping the area disinfected until the houseguests entered. Along with keeping Julie isolated away from potential crew members with the novel coronavirus, a remote house tour was conducted away from the house with Julie hosting from afar. 
As similar to the previous All-Star season, the house design was a nod to the past. The theme was revealed as a "'All-Star Loft' Fit For VIPs" with decor that played homage to the previous twenty years of the franchise.
Throughout the kitchen various phrases and moments were spray painted along the walls. They included Dan Gheesling's Funeral in Big Brother 14 (US), Derrick Levasseur going undercover in Big Brother 16 (US), Danielle Reyes' infamous countdown of "1 down, 8 to go" while imitating the devil horns when referring to fellow houseguest Roddy Mancuso in Big Brother 3 (US), Rachel Reilly's famous quote "Floaters Grab a Life Vest" in Big Brother 12 (US), Kaycee Clark yelling "Let's Go" in Big Brother 20 (US), and Will Kirby's puppet master strategy in Big Brother 2 (US) & Big Brother 7 (US).
Inside two of the four bedrooms, past moments filled the walls. The walls of the "photo memory" bedroom are filled with "127 black-and-white photos that highlight pivotal moments spanning the show’s 20-year history". Another bedroom, the walls are filled with the past comics of BB Comics, a staple competition of the franchise since season 16. The former houseguests that filled the walls were Ovi Kabir from Big Brother 21 (US), Angela Rummans, Faysal Shafaat & Chris Williams from Big Brother 20 (US), Jessica Graf from Big Brother 19 (US), Victor Arroyo from Big Brother 18 (US), Vanessa Rousso & Steve Moses from Big Brother 17 (US), Frankie Grande, Amber Borzotra & Devin Shepherd from Big Brother 16 (US), and Frank Eudy from seasons 14 & 18. Former contestants Jase Wirey, Jordan Lloyd and Rachel Reilly were included in the design without having prior comics.
- All-Stars: For the first time in 14 years, the Big Brother House is an All-Star battleground. 16 former houseguests, consisting of winners, finalists, legends, memorable personalities and some of the best to never win the game, all have something to prove as they return for another chance at the $500,000 grand prize and to cement themselves as Big Brother Legends.
- Have-Not Choosing: After the first Have-Nots were determined by the first HOH competition, they then had to pick the new Have-Nots themselves for the following week, and the process repeated every week. They are not allowed to pick any other outgoing Have-Nots, including themselves. In Week 5, there were no Have-Nots for the week, and the Week 6 Have-Nots were also determined by a competition, before starting the new selection cycle in Week 7. If an outgoing Have-Not was evicted, there would be no replacement and the number of overall Have-Nots would just decrease.
- Room Twist: New rooms will be added to the house throughout the season, each with its own special twist.
- Safety Suite Competition: For the first three weeks, the All-Stars were given a VIP Pass to the Safety Suite. Once a signal went off, they had an hour to decide if they wanted to swipe their pass and play in the competition. The winner would get safety for the week and could gift it to a "Plus One", making two people immune. The Plus One would receive a punishment in exchange for being safe. The current HOH is ineligible to enter the Safety Suite, and a houseguest can only enter the Safety Suite once before being ineligible for future rounds. If only one houseguest enters the Safety Suite, they will not be guaranteed safety - they will still have to complete the competition before their time runs out in order to win safety.
- BB Basement: In Week 5, the houseguests will compete in a Black Box competition, and three houseguests will win. The three winners will each receive their own power that has the ability to shake-up the game.
- The Disruptor: David Alexander won the power to secretly save a nominee and force the HOH to name a replacement. Whoever he saves will be safe, but unless he uses it on himself, he will still be vulnerable. It can be used following any of the next three Nomination Ceremonies.
- The Replay: Dani Briones won the power to allow any outgoing HOH to play the HOH the following week. She can use it on herself or anyone else. It can be used during the next three HOH competitions.
- The Blocker: Christmas Abbott won the power to block herself, or someone else, from being nominated post-Veto. If she wins the Veto and saves a nominee, she can also block another houseguest of her choosing from going up. She must use it after the POV is used but before the HOH names a replacement nominee. It can be used at one of the next three Veto Meetings.
- Neighbor's House: At the start of Week 8, season 2 winner Dr. Will Kirby moved into the neighbor's house to usher in the next twist. Within the HOH and POV competitions, he will offer the All-Stars the chance at going for prizes or power, based off of his life motto "Money can't buy you love, but it can buy you stuff, and I love stuff!" And he will be making recurring appearances throughout the week.
- Triple Eviction: Dr. Will warned the All-Stars that they should always be thinking not one, not two, but three steps ahead. In Week 8, two weeks of Big Brother will go down in one night during the first ever Triple Eviction. Two HOH competitions, two POV competitions and three evictions all in one night!
|Week 1||Week 2||Week 3||Week 4||Week 5||Week 6||Week 7||Week 8||Week 9||Week 10||Week 11||Week 12|
|Day 37||Day 38||Day 52||Day 58||Day 85||Finale|
|Round 1||Round 2|
|Nicole F||Keesha||Nicole A||Janelle||Kaysar||Bayleigh||Nominations
|Bayleigh||Keesha||Nicole A||Janelle||Kaysar|| |
|Kaysar||Keesha||Nicole A|| |
|Janelle||Keesha||Nicole A|| |
|Nicole A||Keesha|| |
|Key:||HOH||Nominated||Veto Winner||Rep: Replacement Nominee||Immune||Safety Suite||Safety Suite +1||Nominated Disrupted||Evicted||Jury Member|
Safety Suite Competition History
|Week 1||Week 2||Week 3|
|Competition||"Don't Miss a Beat"||"Gettin' Tipsy"||"Stealing Safety"|
|Punishment||All-Star Mascot||BB’s All-Star Wars||An All-Star is Born|
|Nicole F||Sat Out||Loss|
|Nicole A||Sat Out|
Starting from Week 2, the exiting Have-Nots had to choose the new Have-Nots. The names represent which houseguest passed on Have-Not status. Blank boxes represent Have-Nots chosen by a competition and the start of a new hand-off chain.
The houseguests entered the house in four groups of four, immediately thrown into the first HOH competition of the season. The competition was split into two parts, and only a maximum of two houseguests would move onto the second part of the HOH. Of the first group, Nicole F., Dani, Da'Vonne and Christmas, only Christmas advanced. The next group, Tyler, Ian, Kevin and Enzo entered next, with Ian and Kevin moving on. The third group consisted of Janelle, Bayleigh, Nicole A., and Keesha, with only Nicole A. advancing. Lastly, Kaysar, Cody, Memphis and David entered, with Memphis and Cody moving onto the final round. In the second part, Cody was victorious and became the first HOH of the season. Of the five who advanced to Part Two and lost, they each had to pull an envelope. One contained $5,000, while the other four contained Have-Not passes. Christmas received the cash while Ian, Kevin, Memphis and Nicole A. became the first Have-Nots of the season. A new twist was revealed into the game called the "Safety Suite" where all houseguests were given a VIP Pass that could only be used once to allow access to the competition within the next three weeks. The Safety Suite Competition allowed houseguests to earn immunity for that week, in addition to naming a Plus One, who would also earn immunity in exchange for a week-long punishment. Feeling as if they were major targets, Kaysar and Janelle scanned their VIP passes and competed in the competition. Kaysar won the competition and chose Janelle as his +1 immunity for the week. Janelle's punishment was to wear the All-Star Mascot costume for the rest of the week. With two of his potential nominations granted immunity, Cody decided to put up two people he felt were "outcasts": Keesha and Kevin, with Keesha as his target after making a personal connection with Kevin. Ian and Tyler were drawn for the POV, alongside Enzo as Kevin's Houseguest's Choice. Enzo won the Veto and chose not to use it, in order to respect Cody's nominations. Cody and Enzo solidified their Final Two alliance, the Root, due to their similar upbringings and play style. Keesha aligned with Janelle and Kaysar, who tried to campaign for her. Keesha herself did a poor job of campaigning while Kevin set himself up in connections with Cody, Nicole A., and Da'Vonne. Ultimately, Keesha became the first All-Star evicted on Day 9, by a unanimous 13-0 vote.
Following Keesha's eviction, the houseguests competed in the "Big Brother Watch Party" HOH competition, where Memphis was crowned Head of Household for the week. His allies suggested nominating Janelle and Kaysar, fearing them as a duo. However, Memphis disagreed as the duo was a key piece for him still in the game. A new twist was revealed for Have-Nots. Starting from Week 2, the previous week's Have-Nots would choose Have-Nots for the current week. Memphis chose David, Nicole A. chose Christmas, Nicole F. volunteered for Ian, and Kevin chose Kaysar. Memphis decided to persuade the rest of the houseguests to compete in the Safety Suite Competition as a ploy to guarantee that he has a higher chance in winning the following week. Bayleigh, Cody, Christmas, Da'Vonne, David, Ian, and Kevin swiped their VIP Passes to enter the suite to compete. The competition named "Gettin' Tipsy" required houseguests to balance different beverages on a wobbly table. The catch was each beverage had a different weight. Christmas would complete the competition in the fastest time giving her Immunity for the week. As the winner, Christmas selected Ian as her "+1" saving him for the week and giving him a punishment. Ian's punishment was revealed as the "BB All-Star Wars". At various points, a voice would come over the loudspeaker instructing Ian to put his costume on and act out various scenes over the rest of the week. At the Nominations Ceremony, Memphis nominated Nicole A. for not competing in the Safety Suite competition after he say to and David for being a "rookie" in the house and needing to prove himself as an All-Star. After the Nomination Ceremony, the rest of Memphis' alliance felt that his speech belittled David and came across as ignorant. Tyler would go on to pull David aside to cheer him up stating that if he won the Power of Veto, he would use it on David. Later, Tyler, Ian & Nicole F were chosen to compete alongside Memphis, David, and Nicole A in the Power of Veto competition "All Starry Night". In this competition, each houseguest was required to balance a ball on top of a wooden disc for as long as they could. The last remaining houseguest would win the Golden Power of Veto. Memphis would go on to win the Power of Veto gaining complete control of the nominations for the week. At the Veto Meeting, members of his alliance tried to convince Memphis to use the veto to backdoor the duo of Kaysar and Janelle, while they, mostly Janelle, tried to convince him to backdoor Nicole F. However, Memphis decided not the use the Power of Veto, locking in his initial nominations for eviction night, preventing himself from having to show his cards and choose a side. Before the eviction, Nicole A.'s trust with Janelle and Kaysar began to deteriorate as the majority of the house began to convince her that she was being used. However, on Thursday, Nicole Anthony became the second All-Star evicted from the house in a 10-2 vote with Kevin and Enzo voting to keep her.
Following Nicole A.'s eviction, the houseguests competed in the "Mug Shots" Head of Household competition. Tyler managed to snag the title HOH for the week with a total score of 12, barely surpassing Janelle, who had 11. Due to Janelle and Kaysar's close ties to Memphis, they talked to Memphis the previous week about an alliance that was forming with Dani, Tyler, Cody and Nicole F., with no idea that Memphis was in the exact same alliance. At nominations, Tyler nominated Janelle as his target alongside her closest ally, Kaysar. The players picked to play in the Veto were Tyler, Janelle, Kaysar, Bayleigh, Cody and Memphis. The Veto competition was "Cupcake Clash", which revolved around the Tower of Hanoi puzzle, where houseguests had to re-arrange certain cupcake formations to match the one on the screen. Cody managed to pull out the Veto win. With Cody being part of the big alliance, he decided to not use the Power of Veto, feeling like Janelle and Kaysar would come after them given the chance. With the Committee wanting Janelle out, feeling as if she was a bigger physical threat, they all set their eyes on her on eviction night. On Day 23, Janelle was evicted by a vote of 9-2, receiving two hinky votes from Enzo and Dani in an attempt to spur paranoia.
Following Janelle's eviction, this was Kaysar's first time playing Big Brother without her, and he immediately knew he would be targeted next. At the HOH competition, named "Carnival Quick Shot", where houseguests were randomly split up into 2 groups of 6, they had to roll balls individually into 3 slots, the first 3 from each group to manage to get all of their balls into the slots would advance to the final round, where the first person to put their balls into the three slots again would win Head of Household. The 6 people that advanced to the final round were Kaysar, Enzo, David, Cody, Dani and Kevin. Enzo managed to pull the HOH win and secure safety for that week. Although Enzo was not part of The Committee, he was heavily affiliated with them, including a side alliance with Cody, Dani and Nicole called the Core Four, they were able to convince him to target Kaysar for the week. At the Nomination Ceremony, he nominated Kaysar and Kevin, with Kaysar as his official target and Kevin as the pawn. The players picked for the Veto were: Enzo, Kaysar, Kevin, Bayleigh, Tyler and David. The POV Competition was an endurance competition named "Face the Puppetmaster", where houseguests had to hold on to four ropes, one for each arm and leg and stay there as the ropes were pulled all around. Kevin managed to win the Veto and chose to save himself at the Veto Ceremony. Enzo briefly thought about nominating Ian as a new target, but decided against it, feeling it was too much of a move. He instead nominated Christmas, who had offered herself as a pawn. On eviction night, during the two nominee's pleas, Kaysar took shots at the majority group, but mostly Cody, Dani and Nicole. Kaysar was then evicted by a unanimous 10-0 vote, placing pre-jury for a third time.
Following Kaysar's eviction, the house appeared to be split into two, with The Committee and Enzo on one side, and Da'Vonne, Bayleigh, David, Kevin on the other, and Ian laying low and playing both sides. At the "Filter Face-Off" HOH Competition, Da'Vonne managed to make it to the final round by winning all of her match-ups, alongside Christmas, who didn't get to answer any questions up to that point. Da'Vonne slipped up at the final question and incorrectly answered, making Christmas the HOH for that week. The previous week, Bayleigh came up to Christmas and asked who her "untouchable" was, with Da'Vonne as her own untouchable, which alarmed Christmas. She named Da'Vonne and Bayleigh as her nominations that week. At the Veto competition, the players picked were Christmas, Bayleigh, Da'Vonne, Nicole, Dani and Ian. Ian was not feeling well and was medically advised to sit out of the Veto, leaving the other 5 left to play. Christmas won the Veto while Bayleigh and Nicole were given punishments, and Dani and Da'Vonne won a Never-Not Pass and $5,000 respectively. Christmas decided not to use the Veto, keeping her nominations locked. On eviction night, Bayleigh was evicted by a unanimous vote of 9-0.
- With their 22nd season, the Big Brother U.S. English speaking edition became the first country to air 22 civilian seasons of the show.
- With, Big Brother: After Dark not airing during the season, it will mark the first time since Big Brother 7 (US) that After Dark will not air alongside the main series.
- Coincidentally, season 7 was the first All-Star season.
- Every civilian season from Big Brother 6 (US) to Big Brother 21 (US) is represented on this cast, with the exception of seasons 9, 15 and OTT.
- This is the first season since Big Brother 16 (US) where the first evictee was a woman.
- This is the longest any season has gone without a woman winning an HOH or a POV, with the first HOH/POV win by a female occuring on Week 5.
- This is the first time since Big Brother 18 (US) that none of the pre-jury houseguests won an HOH or a POV.
- This is the first season since Big Brother 11 (US) to not feature a Double Eviction. Instead, this season had a Triple Eviction, which was initially presented as a Double before surprising the houseguests with the third.
- This is the first season since Big Brother 14 (US) to not feature a Previously Evicted Contestant.
- This is the second season to not feature a successful backdoor since it was invented in Big Brother 5 (US), following Celebrity Big Brother 1 (US).
- This season is tied with Big Brother 14 (US) and Big Brother 21 (US) for the most amount of consecutive HOHs to also win the POV with three.
- There were four players who were playing for their third time this season (Kaysar, Dani, Nicole F and Da'Vonne. The three who were evicted before finale night were all evicted exactly three placements below the other: Kaysar placed 13th, Da'Vonne placed 10th and Dani placed 7th.
- The Final Two houseguests of the season, Cody and Enzo, are both from the state of New Jersey.
- This is the sixth season where neither of the finalists had any eviction votes cast against them, following Big Brother 4 (US), Big Brother 14 (US), Big Brother 15 (US), Big Brother 16 (US) and Big Brother: Over The Top.
- This is the first civilian season to not feature any showmances since Big Brother 1 (US), 20 years prior.
|Big Brother 22 (US) Ratings - In United States|
|1||1||Wednesday, August 5, 2020||1.0/7||3.64||3.64||1||1||2|||||||
|2||Sunday, August 9, 2020||0.8/5||2.95||3.30||1||2||3|||
|3||Wednesday, August 12, 2020||1.1/8||4.11||3.57||1||1||2|||||
|4||Thursday, August 13, 2020||1.0/7||4.02||3.68||1||1||3|||
|2||5||Sunday, August 16, 2020||1.0/7||3.91||3.73||1||1||4|||
|6||Wednesday, August 19, 2020||1.0/7||3.85||3.75||1||1||2|||||
|7||Thursday, August 20, 2020||1.0/7||3.91||3.77||1||1||3|||
|3||8||Sunday, August 23, 2020||1.0/7||4.11||3.81||1||1||4|||
|9||Wednesday, August 26, 2020||1.1/7||4.22||3.86||1||1||2|||||
|10||Thursday, August 27, 2020||1.0/7||3.99||3.87||1||1||3|||
|4||11||Sunday, August 30, 2020||0.9/6||3.70||3.86||3||3||4|||
|12||Wednesday, September 2, 2020||1.0/7||4.07||3.87||1||1||2|||||
|13||Thursday, September 3, 2020||1.1/7||4.22||3.90||1||1||2|||
|5||14||Sunday, September 6, 2020||0.9/6||3.69||3.89||2||4||3|||
|15||Wednesday, September 9, 2020||1.1/7||4.08||3.90||1||1||1|||||
|16||Thursday, September 10, 2020||1.0/6||4.04||3.91||2||3||3|||
|6||17||Sunday, September 13, 2020||0.9/6||3.76||3.90||2||6||4|||
|18||Tuesday, September 15, 2020||1.1/7||4.02||3.91||1||1||1|||||
|19||Thursday, September 17, 2020||1.0/7||4.05||3.91||1||1||3|||
|7||20||Sunday, September 20, 2020||0.9/5||3.83||3.91||1||6||4|||
|21||Wednesday, September 23, 2020||1.1/8||4.04||3.91||2||3|||||
|22||Thursday, September 24, 2020||1.0/7||4.21||3.93||1||1|||
|8||23||Sunday, September 27, 2020||1.0/5||3.87||3.93||2||6|||
|24||Wednesday, September 30, 2020||1.1/6||4.07||3.93||2||5|||
|25||Thursday, October 1, 2020||1.2/7||4.34||3.95||1||1|||
|9||26||Monday, October 5, 2020||1.0/5||3.82||3.94||1||3|||
|27||Wednesday, October 7, 2020||1.0/6||4.10||3.95||3||7|||
|28||Thursday, October 8, 2020||1.0/6||3.99||3.95||2||2|||
|10||29||Monday, October 12, 2020||1.0/6||4.03||3.95||2||2|||
|30||Wednesday, October 14, 2020||1.0/7||4.20||3.96||2||2|||
|31||Thursday, October 15, 2020||1.0/6||4.01||3.96||3||3|||
|11||32||Monday, October 19, 2020||1.0/5||3.83||3.96||3||3|||
|33||Wednesday, October 21, 2020||1.1/6||4.09||3.96||2||3|||
|34||Thursday, October 22, 2020||1.0/5||4.12||3.97||2||5|||
|12||35||Friday, October 23, 2020||0.6/4||3.02||3.94||3||3|||
|36||Monday, October 26, 2020||1.0/6||4.00||3.94||2||2|||
|37||Wednesday, October 28, 2020||1.1/7||3.91||3.94||1||2|||
|Key:||Increase||Decrease||No Change||Live Show|
|Big Brother 22 (US) DVR Ratings - In United States|
|#||Date||Live Airing||DVR Catch-Ups||Source|
|+3 Day||+7 Day|
|1||1||Wednesday, August 5, 2020||1.05||3.66||1.61||4.23||1.77||5.60|||
|2||Sunday, August 9, 2020||0.81||2.97||1.43||4.80||1.54||5.13|||
|3||Wednesday, August 12, 2020||1.10||4.12||1.52||5.24||1.63||5.57|||
|4||Thursday, August 13, 2020||0.93||4.04||1.38||5.01||1.48||5.37|||
|2||5||Sunday, August 16, 2020||1.00||3.93||1.47||5.23||1.59||5.50|||
|6||Wednesday, August 19, 2020||1.07||3.85||1.33||4.81||1.42||5.03|||
|7||Thursday, August 20, 2020||1.02||3.91||1.33||4.97||1.43||5.18|||
|3||8||Sunday, August 23, 2020||0.94||4.18||1.44||5.12||1.54||5.46|||
|9||Wednesday, August 26, 2020||1.08||4.22||1.47||5.25||1.56||5.51|||
|10||Thursday, August 27, 2020||1.00||3.99||1.35||4.88||1.43||5.09|||
|4||11||Sunday, August 30, 2020||0.94||3.70||1.22||4.71||1.30||4.94|||
|12||Wednesday, September 2, 2020||1.08||4.07||1.39||4.96||1.52||5.30|||
|13||Thursday, September 3, 2020||1.03||4.22||1.32||5.01||1.41||5.26|||
|5||14||Sunday, September 6, 2020||0.91||3.69||1.30||4.92||1.36||5.10|||
|15||Wednesday, September 9, 2020||1.09||4.08||1.31||4.93||1.42||5.18|||
|16||Thursday, September 10, 2020||1.04||4.04||1.31||4.96||1.39||5.15|||
|6||17||Sunday, September 13, 2020||0.94||3.76||1.41||5.12||1.53||5.38|||
|18||Tuesday, September 15, 2020||1.09||4.02|||
|19||Thursday, September 17, 2020||1.04||4.05|||
|7||20||Sunday, September 20, 2020||0.96||3.83|||
|21||Wednesday, September 23, 2020||1.10||4.04|||
|22||Thursday, September 24, 2020||1.04||4.21|||
|8||23||Sunday, September 27, 2020||0.97||3.87|||
|24||Wednesday, September 30, 2020||1.09||4.07|||
|25||Thursday, October 1, 2020||1.20||4.34|||
|9||26||Monday, October 5, 2020||0.96||3.82|||
|27||Wednesday, October 7, 2020||1.00||4.10|||
|28||Thursday, October 8, 2020||1.00||3.99|||
|10||29||Monday, October 12, 2020||1.00||4.03|||
|30||Wednesday, October 14, 2020||1.00||4.20|||
|31||Thursday, October 15, 2020||1.00||4.01|||
|11||32||Monday, October 19, 2020||0.96||3.83|||
|33||Wednesday, October 21, 2020||1.07||4.09|||
|34||Thursday, October 22, 2020||1.01||4.12|||
|12||35||Friday, October 23, 2020||0.60||3.02|||
|36||Monday, October 26, 2020||1.01||4.00|||
|37||Wednesday, October 28, 2020||1.07||3.91|||
|Big Brother 22 (US) Ratings - In Canada|
|Season Avg Viewers
|1||1||Wednesday, August 5, 2020||1.161||1.161||3|||
|2||Sunday, August 9, 2020||1.110||1.136||5|
|3||Wednesday, August 12, 2020||1.168||1.146||3|||
|4||Thursday, August 13, 2020||1.061||1.125||6|
|2||5||Sunday, August 16, 2020||1.052||1.110||7|
|6||Wednesday, August 19, 2020||0.970||1.087||8|||
|7||Thursday, August 20, 2020||1.028||1.079||4|
|3||8||Sunday, August 23, 2020||0.978||1.066||7|
|9||Wednesday, August 26, 2020||1.165||1.077||3|||
|10||Thursday, August 27, 2020||1.076||1.077||4|
|4||11||Sunday, August 30, 2020||1.066||1.076||5|
|12||Wednesday, September 2, 2020||1.313||1.096||2|||
|13||Thursday, September 3, 2020||1.129||1.098||6|
|5||14||Sunday, September 6, 2020||1.246||1.109||4|
|15||Wednesday, September 9, 2020||1.157||1.112||6|||
|16||Thursday, September 10, 2020||1.138||1.114||7|
|6||17||Sunday, September 13, 2020||1.284||1.124||4|
|18||Tuesday, September 15, 2020||1.247||1.131||4|||
|19||Thursday, September 17, 2020||1.307||1.140||3|
|7||20||Sunday, September 20, 2020||0.962||1.131||10|
|21||Wednesday, September 23, 2020||1.239||1.136||3|||
|22||Thursday, September 24, 2020||1.137||1.136||10|
|8||23||Sunday, September 27, 2020||1.194||1.139||7|
|24||Wednesday, September 30, 2020||1.215||1.146||6|||
|25||Thursday, October 1, 2020||1.181||1.147||7|
|9||26||Monday, October 5, 2020||0.759||1.129||15|||
|27||Wednesday, October 7, 2020||1.285||1.134||4|
|28||Thursday, October 8, 2020||1.278||1.140||5|
|10||29||Monday, October 12, 2020||1.095||1.138||11|||
|30||Wednesday, October 14, 2020||1.205||1.140||7|
|31||Thursday, October 15, 2020||1.163||1.141||8|
|11||32||Monday, October 19, 2020||1.113||1.140||9|||
|33||Wednesday, October 21, 2020||1.246||1.143||6|
|34||Thursday, October 22, 2020||1.171||1.144||7|
|12||35||Friday, October 23, 2020||0.895||1.137||15|
|36||Monday, October 26, 2020||1.164||1.138||11|||
|37||Wednesday, October 28, 2020||1.313||1.142||7|
|United States Seasons|
|English||Broadcast||1 · 2 · 3 · 4 · 5 · 6 · 7 · 8 · 9 · 10 · 11 · 12 · 13 · 14 · 15 · 16 · 17 · 18 · 19 · 20 · 21 · 22 · 23|
|Celebrity||1 · 2|