The series launched on July 5, 2000 to a successful start, though ratings and critical reaction continued to grow increasingly negative.
In the house, you know you’re being watched 24/7 by live-cam feedsters. He’s always going to be my friend no matter what happened in the game. Frankie is by the far funniest person I have ever met in my entire life.
The contestants are competing for a 0,000 grand prize, with weekly competitions and evictions determining who will win the show.
The series takes its name from the character in George Orwell's novel Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984).
She evicted Will at the final 4 after finding out he was playing her the entire time.
She ultimately came in third place and became the seventh and final member if the jury after Mike "Boogie" Malin cast the sole vote to evict her. In week 4, Mike and Dan Gheesling talked to HOH Danielle Murphree about backdooring her, Danielle made her the replacement nominee at the veto ceremony, and Janelle was ultimately evicted by a vote of 8 to 1, placing 12th, and marking the first time Janelle did not make it to the final 3 or jury stage.