At the end of a long day, sometimes the best way to feel like you're living your best life is with some comfy PJs, a glass of wine, and gratuitous reality television. In our series "Not-So-Guilty Pleasures," we remove the "guilt" and break down the latest happenings in your favorite TV indulgences. With 20 seasons under its belt, Big Brother has become must-see summertime TV. The show, which first aired in , will kick off season 21 on Tuesday, June 25 and Wednesday, June 26 at 8 p. ET with a special two-night premiere on CBS. After that, Big Brother will air three times a week, so expect to watch on Sunday, June 30 at 8 p.
Fumiya Sankai - Wikipedia
William Henry " Hank " Green II born May 5, is an American vlogger , science communicator , entrepreneur, author, internet producer, and musician. He is known for producing the YouTube channel Vlogbrothers , where he and his older brother, John Green , regularly upload videos, as well as for creating and hosting the educational YouTube channels Crash Course and SciShow. He has created and hosted a number of other YouTube channels and podcasts, released music albums, and amassed a large following on TikTok. Green co-created VidCon , the world's largest conference about online videos, with his brother John, and created the now-defunct conferences NerdCon: Stories, focused on storytelling, and PodCon, focused on podcasts. He is the co-creator of The Lizzie Bennet Diaries — , a web series adaptation of Pride and Prejudice in the style of video blogs. Green is the founder of the environmental technology blog EcoGeek, which evolved into Complexly, an online video and audio production company of which he is the CEO.
The "Konnichi-Wonder Vlogger ng Japan", as he is called, Fumiya finished the 9-month running show as the 5th big placer. Fumiya was born on March 19, , in Hamamatsu Shizuoka Japan. He was raised alongside his three siblings: two brothers named Yuya and Shunya,  and one sister named Asami. He is the eldest in their family. He joined the hospitality workforce after his graduation from school and worked in a hotel in Ginza as a bell boy.
A couple of weekends ago, my family endured a six-hour car trip, and even though our car is not equipped with a DVD player it was made more bearable when I passed our iPads to our children. Despite being 5 and 6 years old respectively, they have already figured out how to play with them and look up videos on YouTube, so that kept them busy for a good while. Much of it consisted of the back of my head and the conversation I was having with her father, nothing more, really.