The Glass House, Season 1HDClosed Captioning
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In "The Glass House," 14 contestants will live and compete for $250 thousand dollars in a totally wired, state-of-the-art house, playing not just against each other, but also playing to win over the viewing audience each week. Both online and through their social networks viewers will be encouraged to support and follow the contestants they like, their votes helping to determine which contestants are sent home and also which eliminated players will earn the chance to return to "The Glass House" to compete each week. But viewer feedback doesn't end there! Several times a week, viewers can watch a live online feed of the players and vote to decide everything from what players wear and eat to the games they play, even where they sleep. Viewers will also have the chance to give their favorite contestants feedback on their game from outside the house. How the contestants use that information is up to them, because in the end it's about who plays the best social game. The most important alliance players can have is with their fans!
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoWeek 1||Seven teams of two work to solve a wall puzzle based on information about their fellow contestants; two players end up in limbo and make a plea to viewers in hope of being voted back into the house.||42:08||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoWeek 2||After the first elimination, the contestants compete in a game that results in rewards or punishments selected by viewers.||42:10||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoWeek 3||After the second elimination, the players compete in a game in which two teams perform tasks selected by viewers.||41:05||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoWeek 4||Following the elimination, the players compete in Lab-A-Doodle; two contestants go into limbo.||41:10||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoWeek 5||The remaining contestants must guard glass windmills in a game called Choose Your Weapon; two contestants face elimination.||41:08||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|6||HDClosed CaptioningVideoWeek 6||Following the elimination, the contestants play a game in which each team has to solve picture puzzles; two contestants find themselves in limbo.||42:09||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|7||HDClosed CaptioningVideoWeek 7||Following the elimination, the teams face a competition where they must get balls into designated pockets.||42:10||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|8||HDClosed CaptioningVideoWeek 8||Eliminated contestants return to the house; teams compete in a game of skill and endurance; a contestant is permanently eliminated.||41:43||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|9||HDClosed CaptioningVideoWeek 9||The players rappel down a building past apartments decorated to fit eliminated contestants and answer questions about the apartment's contents.||42:11||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|10||HDClosed CaptioningVideoWeek 10 (Season Finale)||A player wins the grand prize!||42:10||$2.99||View in iTunes|
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CBS shouldn't worry
This attempt at "Big Brother" for ABC fails miserably, and not in a good, train-wreck way. The viewer interaction is painfully simplistic, giving the housemates ridiculously boring tasks and/or rewards. The characters are fine, it's really the execution that kills it. I only give two stars because, unlike CBS' show, they seemed to have cast a wide range of people that don't exactly look good half-naked or are aspiring actors/models slumming it for reality TV. The only intriguing element, so far, is that Alex is genuinely great at playing an easily despicable villain; sadly, I cannot endorse his behavior as intelligent or skillful, as there's no real game in play just yet.
It's not an exact carbon-copy of CBS' staple summer hit; it's akin to the knockoff animated features you see creep up around each new Disney or Dreamworks release. Save yourself the time you'd spend watching such a travesty and venture over to CBS for a series that's spent years successfully pulling off such an engaging social experiment.
Not That Bad...More Interactive!
I actucally like this show... everyone thinks that this is a bad version of big brother, but it was the same format as in Big Brother in season 1... I think that the glass house took a good approach to the "fly on the wall" aspect of the show, and i think the viewer interaction is what seperates it from big brother, where the only interaction is "America's player." I think that The Glass House is as good as it can get with only one show per week, as Big Brother has 3. It does seem that it would be better with more episodes in the week, but overall, it's a nice show.
Gay Jeffrey 4evahhh
This show is dope. Great cast and challenges. Step your game up, Big Brother! You're getting stale and this show could be awesome if it's allowed to breathe. Also the gay guy in this is effing hysterical. And handsome. And should have won. And is writing this review.