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Pinoy Big Brother, later known by its retroactive title Pinoy Big Brother: Season 1, is the first civilian edition and the first-ever season of the reality television series Pinoy Big Brother.

The series aired on ABS-CBN for 112 days from August 21, 2005 to December 10, 2005.

Nene Tamayo of Romblon emerged as the first-ever Big Winner of the series, taking home the grand prize worth ‎₱6,000,000 (approx. $111,000) all-in-all; including a house and lot worth ₱2 million, a cash prize of ₱1 million, livelihood showcase worth ₱2 million and a brand-new Nissan Frontier Titanium.[1]

Background

Series Format

The debut season of Pinoy Big Brother set the format to be used in the succeeding seasons of the series. The season adopted the original Dutch format, wherein the contestants called housemates must nominate two people and those nominated must face the public vote, with the viewers voting to save the housemate they want to stay. Whoever has the least amount of votes will be the one evicted, every other week similar to its Dutch counterpart.

PBB Balikbahay Ang kauna-unahang task sa Bahay ni Kuya!

PBB Balikbahay Ang kauna-unahang task sa Bahay ni Kuya!

Throwback Highlights of Season 1 Housemates entering the Pinoy Big Brother House, and discovering their first task.

Throughout the season, the housemates must accomplish weekly tasks given by Big Brother in order for them to gain a shopping budget. This budget will determine how much they can spend on their groceries. The tasks require a team effort and communication to succeed. Losing a weekly task means that they have to deal with weekly rations for the entire week.

However, in contrast to its international counterparts, Pinoy Big Brother delved deeper into the social experiment nature of the series and adding elements of value formations, specifically Filipino values, which made the Philippine version of the worldwide reality series different in subtle yet significant ways. The Philippine version of Big Brother focused more on the existentialist concept of "authenticity" or "pagpapakatotoo" in Filipino as the main element in the series.[2] It also explored various facets of what it is like to be a Filipino, adding nationalistic and cultural aspects within its narrative; from subtle elements in house's interiors to life lessons shared by Big Brother. [3][4]

Casting

As early as May 2005 months prior to the official launch of the show, ABS-CBN had been plugging the new reality show with the teasers such as: "Gusto mo bang maging BIDA for 100 days" which literally translates "Do you want to be the protagonist for 100 Days", teasing the aspect of the show wherein cameras will be on you.

25,000 people auditioned for the debut season and were eventually cut down to 30 auditionees. According to Pinoy Big Brother director, Laurenti Dyogi during a press conference for 2018 Auditions for Pinoy Big Brother: Otso, the casting for the first season was very different from the succeeding seasons' audition process. He mentioned that the first season's casting was done through a phone call and a private interview.

Out of thousands who auditioned, and 30 who passed the callbacks, the Final 12 contestants whose ages ranging from 18 to 31 years old were chosen for their interesting personalities and appealing life stories. To add further security measures, the finalists had to pass psychological and physical tests.[5]

Theme Song

Pinoy Ako - Orange And Lemons

Pinoy Ako - Orange And Lemons

The music video of Pinoy Ako, Pinoy Big Brother's official theme song.

The show's official theme song, Pinoy Ako was officially introduced on the live premiere of the season and was performed by alt-rock band Orange and Lemons. Later in the season, an official music video featuring clips of housemates and the season's best bits, as well as the infamous Pinoy Big Brother house was released. The song became an instant hit phenomenon since its official release.

The theme song's message mainly talks about the essence of being a Filipino as well as the show's premise of authenticity.

Hosts

Filipino variety show host, Willie Revillame, along with singer, actress, and presenter Toni Gonzaga, as well as host and actress, Mariel Rodriguez were tapped to become the main presenters for Pinoy Big Brother's debut season.

The three hosts had designated duties throughout the show; Toni presenting the primetime highlight episodes on weeknights, Mariel hosting the late-night companion show, Pinoy Big Brother: Uplate, and Willie hosting the weekend live shows (eviction and nomination nights) accompanied by her female co-hosts.

Primers

Prior to the official live premiere of the series, ABS-CBN aired two primer programs to prepare the viewers and officially introduce the viewers about the show and its mechanics. The first primer entitled "'Eto Na Si Kuya!" (Here Comes Big Brother!), introduced the mechanics of the franchise and its worldwide success. The second primer entitled "Ang Bahay ni Kuya" (Big Brother's House) aired with Mariel and Toni indirectly touring the purpose-built Big Brother House, from inside the house up to the behind the scenes rooms such as the control room and the camera runs. The second primer also aired highlights of the 24-hour dry run with 12 of the network's talents.

The House

Colorful Contemporary Filipino
Nestled within a thriving commercial district, the purpose-built Big Brother House across the ABS-CBN Broadcasting Center is a 1600 square meter (17,222.26 sq. ft.) multi-room studio with an exterior and facade that resembles a typical two-story house, suggesting a "homey ambiance". The Pinoy Big Brother House was built by Architect Arnold Austria, with ABS-CBN's resident production designer Nancy Arcega designing its interiors. With its lot previously home to an abandoned mid-century house, the old house was torn down and to make way for the new Big Brother House which was built in three months and cost around P12 Million to P13 Million, Architect Austria stated.

Inside, the house featured bright and colorful walls. It also had five windows with lots of natural light coming in. Interior Designer Nancy Arcega revealed that it was done in that manner so the place wouldn't look dark on television. She also added that there were no studio lights used in the house and made sure that the house will feel like a real home. Arcega stated that the house is made to be modern, but also has noticeable Filipino elements by using local materials and local colors. [6]

The house layout is composed of 2 separate bedrooms for men and women, living area, kitchen and dining, storage room as well as a bathroom and restroom. One important part of the house is the Confession Room, the place where the housemates could talk to Big Brother about their feelings and the happenings inside the house.

There is also a large backyard garden area with various plants, sitting areas, a tall palm tree, as well as a swimming pool. For the housemates' security and the essence of being locked away from the outside world, the garden area is covered with a black net type of fabric. The house also boasts of a multi-faith altar in one area of the house near the front door (one which has a Bible, a Koran, and twelve rosaries), making the house the only Big Brother house that has a room set aside for religious purposes. Although any form of communication from the outside world is banned inside the house, there is a large flat-screen television set in the living room, used for only two purposes:

  • Airing videos Big Brother want to show to any or all housemates, especially that of the TV Mass every Sunday, and
  • To announce the names of nominees for eviction directly to the housemates and the person evicted from the house.

To complete the set up, 26 surveillance cameras are positioned all over the house to watch the housemates' every move, including the bathroom. For modesty's sake, however, images from the bathroom will be shown if the bathroom is used for any purpose other than bathing (such as gossiping).

Season Twists

  • 100 Seconds Encounter:A housemate got the chance to talk to their loved one inside the Diary Room for 100 seconds.
  • Replacement Housemate: A new housemate entered when the other one was ejected or walked for various reasons.
  • The Big Switch : An evicted housemate would get a chance to come back to the house, that would be decided by the public as a replacement housemate for Bob dela Cruz.

The Housemates

PBBNene1
 Winner 
 
Nene
PBBJason1
 Runner-Up 
 
Jason
PBBCass1
 Finalist 
 
Cass
PBBUma1
 Finalist 
 
Uma
PBBSay1
 Evicted 
 
Say
PBBFranzen1
 Forced Evicted 
 
Franzen
PBBJenny1
 Evicted 
 
Jenny
PBBSam1
 Evicted 
 
Sam
PBBChx1
 Evicted 
 
Chx
PBBBob1
 Forced Evicted 
 
Bob
PBBRacquel1
 Evicted 
 
Racquel
PBBJB1
 Evicted 
 
JB
PBBRico1
 Evicted 
 
Rico

Nominations History

Week 3 Week 5 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 11 Week 12 Week 13 Week 15 Week 16
Finale
Nene 2-Cass
1-Say
2-Cass
1-JB
2-Say
1-Cass
No
Nominations
2-Uma
1-Cass
2-Say
1-Sam
2-Cass
1-Uma
No
Nominations
2-Uma
1-Say
Winner
Jason 2-Nene
1-Bob
2-JB
1-Nene
2-Uma
1-Cass
No
Nominations
2-Sam
1-Uma
2-Sam
1-Uma
2-Cass
1-Say
No
Nominations
2-Say
1-Cass
Runner-Up
Cass 2-Franzen
1-Racquel
2-Racquel
1-Bob
2-Racquel
1-Jason
No
Nominations
2-Jason
1-Nene
Nene
Jason
2-Jenny
1-Jason
Auto Nom
2-Nene
1-Jason
Third Place
Uma 2-Racquel
1-Bob
2-Racquel
1-Bob
2-Racquel
1-Bob
No
Nominations
2-Nene
1-Jason
2-Franzen
1-Nene
2-Jason
1-Nene
No
Nominations
2-Nene
1-Jason
Fourth Place
Say 2-Racquel
1-Bob
2-Racquel
1-Jason
2-Bob
1-Racquel
No
Nominations
2-Jason
1-Cass
2-Jason
1-Jenny
2-Cass
1-Jenny
No
Nominations
2-Cass
1-Jason
Franzen 2-Racquel
1-Uma
2-JB
1-Uma
2-Cass
1-Uma
No
Nominations
Auto Nom
2-Sam
1-Cass
Sam
Cass
Auto Nom
2-Cass
1-Uma
Auto Nom
Jenny 2-Franzen
1-Racquel
2-Franzen
1-Racquel
Exempt 2-Sam
1-Franzen
2-Say
1-Cass
Sam Not in the
House
2-Racquel
1-Bob
No
Nominations
2-Chx
1-Say
2-Jason
1-Say
Chx 2-Franzen
2-JB
2-Cass
1-Franzen
2-Cass
1-Franzen
No
Nominations
Auto Nom
2-Cass
1-Sam
Bob 2-Uma
1-Cass
2-Uma
1-JB
2-Uma
1-Cass
Racquel 2-Uma
1-Franzen
2-JB
1-Cass
2-Cass
1-Say
 
JB 2-Bob
R1-acquel
2-Racquel
1-Bob
 
Rico Auto Nom
2-Racquel
1-Nene
 
Key: Winner Runner-Up Finalist Nominated Re-Entered Walked Immune Ejected Evicted The Big Switch

Notes:

  • Jenny Suico made a voluntary exit on Day 28 on Week 4. However, since she was able to vote for the 2nd Nomination Ceremony, her nomination votes were still valid. The nomination announcement took place after her exit.

Game History

# Nominations Result
Housemate Vote Finish
3 PBBRico1
Rico
Automatic
PBBRacquel1
Racquel
11 points
PBBFranzen1
Franzen
7 points
PBBRico1
Rico
10% to save (Rico)
11% to save (Racquel)
79% to save (Franzen)
1st Evicted
Day 21
5 PBBJenny1
Jenny
Voluntary Exit
Day 28
PBBSam1
Sam
Entered
Day 28
PBBRacquel1
Racquel
9 points
PBBJB1
JB
8 points
PBBJB1
JB
33.7% to save (JB)
66.3% to save (Racquel)
2nd Evicted
Day 35
7 PBBCass1
Cass
9 points
PBBRacquel1
Racquel
7 points
PBBRacquel1
Racquel
47% to save (Racquel)
53% to save (Cass)
3rd Evicted
Day 49
8 PBBBob1
Bob
Forced Evicted
Day 50
PBBRico1
Rico
PBBJB1
JB
PBBRacquel1
Racquel
PBBJenny1
Jenny
PBBJenny1
Jenny
42% to re-enter(Jenny)
25% to re-enter (Rico)
21% to re-enter (JB)
12% to re-enter (Racquel)
Re-Entered
Day 56
9 PBBFranzen1
Franzen
Automatic
PBBChx1
Chx
Automatic
PBBCass1
Cass
5 points
PBBJason1
Jayson
5 points
PBBSam1
Sam
5 points
PBBChx1
Chx
6% to save (Racquel)
17% to save (Sam)
20% to save (Jayson)
21% to save (Cass)
36% to save (Franzen)
4th Evicted
Day 63
11 PBBSam1
Sam
7 points
PBBJason1
Jayson
5 points
PBBSam1
Sam
46.2% to save (Sam)
53.8% to save (Jayson)
5th Evicted
Day 77
12 PBBFranzen1
Franzen
Automatic
PBBCass1
Cass
9 points
PBBJason1
Jayson
3 points
PBBJenny1
Jenny
3 points
PBBSay1
Say
3 points
PBBJenny1
Jenny
4% to save (Jenny)
10.6% to save (Say)
20.8% to save (Jayson)
26.7% to save (Cass)
37.9% to save (Franzen)
6th Evicted
Day 84
13 PBBCass1
Cass
Automatic
PBBFranzen1
Franzen
Automatic
PBBFranzen1
Franzen
Forced Evicted
Day 91
15 PBBNene1
Franzen
4 points
PBBCass1
Cass
3 points
PBBJason1
Jayson
3 points
PBBSay1
Say
3 points
PBBSay1
Say
6.9% to save (Say)
24.1% to save (Jayson)
24.8% to save (Cass)
44.2% to save (Nene)
7th Evicted
Day 105
16 PBBUma1
Uma
4.7% to win 4th Big Placer
Day 112
PBBCass1
Cass
18.9% to win 3rd Big Placer
Day 112
PBBJason1
Jayson
27.5% to win 2nd Big Placer
Day 112
PBBNene1
Nene
48.9% to win Big Winner
Day 112

Big Brother Final: The Big Night

After spending 112 days inside the house, Nene Tamayo was proclaimed the first Pinoy Big Brother winner in a grand finale on December 10, 2005. The finale show, dubbed "The Big Night", was held at Clark Expo Amphitheater, Angeles City, Pampanga, and was broadcast live.

The four remaining housemates (Cass, Nene, Jason, and Uma), wearing blindfolds and headphones, were taken to Clark Expo Amphitheater from the Big Brother house in Quezon City by a private plane. They were then sequestered in a secret location before the actual live final. Pinoy Big Brother's theme song Pinoy Ako by Orange and Lemons was played played repeatedly until they went out in the secret location. Despite the rains that plagued the day of the final, 30,000 people watched "The Big Night," hosted by Willie Revillame, Toni Gonzaga and Mariel Rodriguez. According to TV ratings agency AGB Philippines, the show averaged a 39% rating and peaked at a 46% rating.

After spending 112 days inside the house, Uma was declared as the Fourth Big Placer in the Big Night finale, garnering just 52,833 votes or 4.7% of the total votes. Soon after, Cass having garnered 214,188 votes, 18.9% of total votes, was awarded the Third Big Placer status in the Big Night finale. The Second Big Placer was then named to be Jason. He garnered 312,258 votes, equal to 27.5% of the total votes.

The finale show lasted almost three hours and ended with fireworks as the Pinoy Big Brother house replica disintegrated to reveal Nene Tamayo as the "Big Winner." She garnered 554,906 votes, or 48.9% of total votes, in the Big Night finale.

Post-Season Specials

Due to the unexpected popularity of the first ever series, some Pinoy Big Brother specials were aired on ABS-CBN.

Pinoy Big Brother Revealed

Pinoy Big Brother Revealed was a special documentary series hosted by Boy Abunda. Rather than just a behind-the-scenes look at the show, the series explores the concept, its popularity, the housemates themselves, the program's initially criticized morality, and its impact on Filipino pop culture, especially the rampant use of the show's logo, footage, and music by pirates. The first episode was shown live to accommodate the "Big Four," who were obviously inside the house during the taped interviews for the documentary.

Pinoy Big Brother: Pamasko ni Kuya

Pamasko ni Kuya (English: Big Brother's Christmas Gift) was a series where the housemates' Christmas wishes are granted by the producers of the show, especially ones that involve charity work.

Controversies

  • Conservative Groups vs. Pinoy Big Brother: Being the first ever season of the new reality series, many conservative groups in the country opposed the idea of Big Brother being aired in Philippine television due to the show's negative reputation in some countries. However, ABS-CBN managed to differentiate the Philippine version which became the reason for its success in the following years.
  • Media Skepticism: Columnist Nestor U. Torre of the Philippine Daily Inquirer has also given a doubtful but optimistic stance on the show, saying that while the scenes are chaotic and challenges in the first week were way too mundane and cheesy, he is hopeful that more compelling tasks would be given to the housemates in the future and the housemates' personalities will become clearly defined. [7]However, Torre wrote in a later article that in the first week alone, the show emphasizes more on creating controversy (such as sex) rather than exploiting the potential psychological factors and showcasing human nature.[8] Despite this negative publicity, ABS-CBN itself has reported that the show is so well liked that it extended its run to all seven days a week. In fact, not only its on-air talents have defended it, but viewers themselves (as shown on ABS-CBN programs) can attest to it. It also inspired the creation of fansites.
  • September 25, 2005 Episode Suspension: On its first week alone, the show was already given a stern warning by the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB), the Philippine censoring body for cinema and television, saying that the show airs content that is definitely not suitable for children, such as talk on contraceptives and very "intimate scenes". ABS-CBN is reported to have acknowledged this and had promised to make an "improved" show more suitable for younger audiences in the coming weeks.[9] As a result, as scenes like these are unavoidable at times without interference, each episode begins with a warning reminding viewers that some scenes in the show that are not suitable for young audiences. In spite of this, though, the scenes that were deemed to be way beyond the parental guidance rating given by the Board were still shown. In this light, MTRCB ordered the program suspended for one episode. As compliance, the program was not aired on September 25, 2005, the day after the 2nd eviction night.
  • Franzen Fajardo's Forced Eviction:Franzen Fajardo created controversy when he continuously violated Big Brother's rules, including mouthing words to fellow housemate Cassandra Ponti. Deliberations between the show producers and consultants from Endemol over the mouthing of words resulted in a decision to evict him on Day 86. However, Ponti offered to voluntarily exit to keep Fajardo inside; Big Brother considered her offer and let the public choose Fajardo's fate. The next day, however, voting was stopped and his forced eviction was finalized after he violated the rules again by discussing with fellow housemate Jason Gainza his last chat with Big Brother inside the confession room. He eventually left the house on Day 91.

Trivia

  • Originally intended to run for 100 days, the season was extended for two more weeks.
  • This season had Pinoy Big Brother's first automatic nomination, voluntary exit and forced eviction.
    • Having these three major gameplay events all take place within a debut season is a very rare occurrence in the history of Big Brother.
  • Unlike its succeeding seasons, the first season of Pinoy Big Brother held evictions every other week, usually on odd-numbered weeks. (with the exception of Week 8 and Week 12). On the other hand, even-numbered weeks is when Nomination Ceremonies and Announcements are held. This is the only season to have such a format.
  • Although the housemates entered the house altogether, it was JB Magsaysay who opened the doors and stepped inside first, making him the first housemate to enter the Pinoy Big Brother house.
  • The broadcast narration for the first season was comparably mature and contain risque themes than the succeeding seasons. Because of the controversial one-day suspension of the series by Movie and Television Review and Classification Board|MTRCB after airing highly suggestive scenes, the franchise lessened airing risque scenes deemed way beyond the parental guidance rating. To avoid further suspensions, the series shifted to a more family-friendly approach and focused more on having inspiring and motivational themes.
  • The Big Winner's house prize for this season was sponsored by real estate St. Monique Valais and made the exterior of the house prize the same design as the original design of the Pinoy Big Brother house.

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