Werner Hansch (82) writes the summer fairy tale and is crowned the winner of "Promi Big Brother" 2020 at the grand finale show at MMC Studios.
The from Jochen Schropp and Marlene Lufen hosted show was held on August 28 from 8:15 p.m. live from the open-air stage at MMC Studios in SAT.1 sent and at Joyn streamed.
Excellent 16.3 percent of 14- to 49-year-old viewers opted for the finale of "Promi Big Brother" on SAT.1 on Friday night.
With market shares of up to 17.5 percent in prime time and up to 15.9 percent in late prime, "Promi Big Brother" will again provide top ratings for the station for three weeks in August 2020.
On average the eighth season achieved a strong market share of 13.3 percent (all data 14-49 y.).
For three weeks, the celebrities on "Promi Big Brother" lived in the Fairytale forest and in the Fairy tale castleboth of which were commissioned by Endemol Shine Germany from Rainer Becher and his Set design-Team at the MMC Art Department designed for the show and designed by the experienced Decoration builders of the Art Department have been translated into reality.
At the final show, the viewers then voted for Werner Hansch, the oldest "Promi Big Brother" residents of all time, the winner with 65.47 percent of the votes. The commentator legend thus won 100,000 euros.
Cover photo: Celebrity Big Brother 2020: winner Werner Hansch. © SAT.1/Willi Weber