No summer is complete without a new Big Brother season.
What's your favorite part of the season? The competitions? Drama? Funny moments in a stressful and divided house? Sixteen players enter, one emerges victorious after weeks being cut off from the outside world.
Now, what could spice up a show that is entering its nineteenth season? Well, fictional characters, of course!
Whether it be Felicity's (Arrow) intelligence, Juliette's (Nashville) villainous acts of selfishness, or Alex Danvers' lack of friendship skills, these characters below would come together for the ultimate Big Brother summer.
Clarke Griffin - The 100
If Clarke can survive six years on her own when the world was supposed to come to an end, she can survive a few months in the house. She’d do well at competitions, but what would be more interesting is to see Clarke working toward a goal for herself, since every season of The 100 has her fighting for her people. How will she do when the only one riding on her success is herself?
Aria Montgomery - Pretty Little Liars
Every season needs a floater, right? Aria isn’t necessarily out of winning the competitions, she’s just not necessarily the most likely to. She’s great at making friends though, so her alliances could get her to the end, and she could even win if she plays the game better than she played A.D.’s board game.
Derek Morgan - Criminal Minds
Derek would definitely kill the competition with his physical competitions, and as a past FBI agent, he wouldn’t be so bad with the mental ones, either. Plus, he’s a profiler; no one would get anything past him. And hey, a little eye candy each summer never hurts.
Felicity Smoak - Arrow
Felicity’s wit and cleverness could really be helpful in the mental challenges that Big Brother has to offer, and even though she may not do as well in the physical competitions, her intelligence could help her with alliances with the stronger players. If she can get along with (and sometimes boss around) Oliver Queen, a fellow player should be no big deal.
Blair Waldorf - Gossip Girl
No one is as sneaky as Blair Waldorf, and no one can manipulate quite like she can. Blair’s game could go either way: she could either be a success and make everyone like her and trick them into keeping her around despite her lackluster competition prowess, or she’ll be found out and her manipulation will get her booted.
Cisco Ramon - The Flash
Cisco would be one of those players that’s good at everything. He’s not super physical, but since becoming Vibe, he’s had to step up his physical game, while he’s also a very intelligent scientist, and he’d be great with gameplay. Plus, his comedic edge would do wonders with entertainment.
Isabelle Lightwood - Shadowhunters
Izzy would be a master of manipulation in the game. She knows how to get what she wants, and while she would be great at competitions too, working every side of the house would definitely get this shadowhunter to the very end of the game, and she would add to the comedy in the house.
Connor Walsh - How to Get Away with Murder
How would Connor fare in the Big Brother house? We know he’s literally capable of committing and covering up murder, and he can go along with a group (an alliance), but he’s really looking out for himself, so he has what it takes to compete in the Big Brother house, but can he be friendly enough to not be the house villain?
Alex Danvers - Supergirl
Alex is a trained covert agent, would it really be fair? Who cares? It’s like bringing in a returning player to compete with the newbies - they don’t stand a chance. She’s a scientist and agent, so the competitions wouldn’t be an issue for her; her biggest problem would be making friends instead of enemies.
Elijah Mikaelson - The Originals
How would the noble Mikaelson sibling handle a game where he’s supposed to be tricking his fellow housemates? Would he break his rules? If we got rid of his vampire abilities, what would be left? It’d be interesting to see him attempt to fit in with the others and see what big moves he’d try to make.
Juliette Barnes - Nashville
Would Juliette be a team player, or would she be like Rachel Reilly? Rachel was far from anyone’s favorite player, but she worked so incredibly to stay in the house, and she deserved her win. Even as the villain, she came out on top, and Juliette can definitely manipulate the system too.
Kevin Pearson - This Is Us
How would the not-so-intelligent, lovable Pearson son fare in the Big Brother house? His looks could get him far with the ladies, and he wouldn’t do so badly with the physical competitions. But how would the men react to him? Would they feel threatened by a physical threat? Or would the ladies see past his good looking exterior and send him packing before he gets too far?
Matt Murdock - Daredevil / The Defenders
Has Big Brother ever had a blind contestant before? He’d kill at the physical competitions, and the mental ones would have to be adjusted so he could do them too, but it’d be interesting to see how this played out. He’s incredibly likable, but he’s also a snake, and it’d be interesting to see what the other contestants did when they didn’t think he could see them (which he can’t, but we know his senses could pick up on it).
Jemma Simmons - Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Jemma’s intelligence is well-known, and from her time on Maveth, the alien planet of which she survived after months alone, we know Jemma can handle any situation with grace. She wouldn’t be afraid to do what needed to be done, and she could outsmart the entire house.
Chanel Oberlin - Scream Queens
Every season of Big Brother needs the bitchy villain, and who better than Emma Roberts’ Chanel? How long would she stick around? If she survived two seasons of being hunted by a murderer intent on killing her, she can survive a few months with vicious housemates.
Michael - The Good Place
After the reveal that the “Good Place” is actually the “Bad Place,” and Michael is punishing them for their misdeeds, we learned what an incredible liar and manipulator he is, which could be a great asset in the Big Brother house. Plus, every season needs the token older player that’s questionable at competitions.