Big Brother has finally hit Israel, along with all the normal controversy which comes with the programme.
However, there is one group which is particularly uneasy about the content of the programme - Israel's military censors. They have already warned the producers that the participants have to stop talking about their military service, for fear that secrets may inadvertently be revealed on live TV.
Production company Keshet attracted complaints from viewers concerned about loose talk which the IDF decided could cost lives.
It is an interesting dilemma for Iranian spies, who may wish to watch Big Brother in the hope of picking up a few juicy secrets, but risk corrupting themselves with all that degenerate behaviour.