Big Brother Jake is an American situation comedy that aired from September 2, 1990 to September 1, 1994 on The Family Channel. The series stars Jake Steinfeld. The show follows the life of Jake Rozzner (Steinfeld), a former Hollywood stuntman who returned to his "foster" home to help out his recently widowed foster mother, Connie "Ma" Duncan with her foster children. The foster family included Lou, Kateri, Jill, Andy, and Dave. Jill left the show after two seasons and a young, abandoned Asian girl, Caroline was in the care of Ma Duncan.

Gary was Jake's good friend from high school who was now a lawyer and Jane was Jake's former high school girlfriend. Miss Morgan was the social worker before being replaced with Miss Domedian. The older youngsters attended Frederick Douglass High School. Jake was the narrator of the show.

Big Brother Jake - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 1990-09-02

Big Brother Jake - Big Brother 11 (Australia) - Netflix

Big Brother Australia 2014, also known as Big Brother 11, was the eleventh and final series of the Australian reality television series Big Brother Australia. It began on 8 September 2014 on the Nine Network. The season ended on 26 November 2014, lasting 80 days. It is the shortest Big Brother season to date. The winner of the series was Ryan Ginns, who won a total of A$200,000. The show's renewal was confirmed by the Nine Network, who air the show, at the end of the previous season's finale. This was the third season of the show to air on the Nine Network after it picked up the series in 2012, following a four-year absence. The show was originally screened on Network Ten. Sonia Kruger continued as the host of the show, and Mike Goldman continued as the narrator.

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