The network announced premiere dates for its summer programming Tuesday which not only includeUnder the Dome and Big Brother, but also new shows Extant, and the new steamy legal drama Reckless.
Three school districts are on board and Nassau BOCES, the agency that coordinates services for Long Island school districts, is hoping all will sign on.
The host of Big Brother, Julie Chen, chats with The Couch to talk about the hit show’s new season.
The Supreme Court’s decision upholding the individual mandate and the Affordable Care Act amounts to rolling out the welcome mat for Big Brother to intrude on the lives of Americans.
A network of 50 surveillance cameras will be watching the downtown areas and municipal parking lots 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Massapequa Park will be the first Long Island municipality to use electronic sensors embedded in the street to detect illegally parked vehicles.
If you visit Kings Point, big brother will be watching. The affluent community is hoping to prevent crime by going high-tech, setting up a sophisticated network to screen every vehicle that goes in or out of town.
The host of “Big Brother” will next turn to mothers in a new morning show.