Channel 5 confirmed Celebrity Big Brother was also ending.
Channel 5 confirmed the news in a statement on Friday, thanking the production company Endemol and the production team, the presenters of the show and the fans for their support over the last seven years.
Big Brother has been dropped by Channel 5, nearly two decades after the show first appeared on British television. We'd like to thank Endemol and all of the production team who have worked tirelessly to make the show a success.
'We'd also like to thank our brilliant presenters - Emma on Big Brother and Rylan from Bit on the Side - for their consummate professionalism, Marcus, the voice of Big Brother and all of the housemates who have created so many memorable moments.
Rylan, who has hosted Big Brother's Bit On The Side for six years, tweeted: 'After 6 years working on one of the most iconic shows on television, I'm saddened to hear the news Big Brother won't be returning. We look forward to giving the final series a brilliant send-off'.
Channel 5 boss Ben Frow said earlier this year that 2019 would be free of Big Bro, saying: 'I have planned for a year without Big Brother.
It was then hosted by former victor Brian Dowling before Emma Willis took over in 2013 and been narrated by Marcus Bentley for the whole 18 years the show has been on air.
This season starts just a week after the conclusion of Celebrity Big Brother, which was won by Coronation Street actor Ryan Thomas, who beat off the likes of Cheers star Kirstie Alley and footballer Jermaine Pennant and othrs.
"To work with Emma, Marcus and the awesome team on BOTS every day and have made friends for life I'm truly the luckiest guy in the industry".
Big Brother has today announced the series has been cancelled.
"It's time for this game to end".
The celebrity edition of the show ended on Monday night after former Coronation Street actor Ryan Thomas was announced as the victor. I learned how to host a show on the job here and I'll be forever grateful for the opportunity'.
This saw victor of the last C4 civilian series, Josie Gibson, leave the house as the champion, only to be sent back in again to compete against former housemates from across the show's history.
The show is now fronted by Emma Willis, who has presented Big Brother and Celebrity Big Brother since 2013.
Viewers are expected to see a 31-year-old cleaner from Poland, a 24-year-old call centre worker from Nottingham, an artist, 32, from London and a 23-year-old farmer from County Tipperary.