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Gran Hermano (Spain)

23 April, 2000
Gran Hermano (Spain)

Gran Hermano is a reality television series broadcast in Spain on Telecinco produced by Zeppelin TV. It is part of the Big Brother franchise first developed in the Netherlands. The Spanish version of Big Brother was the first reality show to be broadcast in the country, which obtained a 36.5% rating share in its premiere and was an audience leader. The show became an instant success, reaching over ten million in its first two seasons. Due to the low audience of the eighteenth season, Telecinco decided to cancel the regular edition and continue to produce Gran Hermano VIP and the spin-off Gran Hermano Dúo. As of February 2020, 30 seasons of the show have aired. It is the longest-running series in Big Brother franchise worldwide, currently on air.

Created by John de Mol
Directed by Jaime Guerra, Álvaro Díaz, Juan Salgueiro, Pilar Blasco, María Zambrano
Presented by Jorge Javier Vázquez, Mercedes Milá, Jordi González, Pepe Navarro
Country of origin Spain
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of seasons 30
Running time 210 minutes (approx.)
Production company(s) Zeppelin TV, Mediaset España Comunicación
Original network Telecinco
Picture format 576i (SDTV 16:9), 1080i (HDTV 16:9)
Related shows Gran Hermano VIP, Gran Hermano Dúo, El Reencuentro

About Gran Hermano (Spain)

Spanish version of the Big Brother franchise which sees different housemates divided by gender, social backgrounds and geographical locations locked up together in a House. The Public can watch them 24 hours a day.

Achievement of Gran Hermano (Spain)

The series has included a number of celebrity seasons, All-Star seasons and spin-off series called El Reencuentro: 10 Años Después, Gran Hermano 12+1: La Re-vuelta and Gran Hermano Dúo.

Top Facts You Did Not Know About Gran Hermano (Spain)

Spanish reality television series.

Latest information about Gran Hermano (Spain) updated on July 28 2021.