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Market Travelability
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Big Brother Canada’s
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24.5%
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2.7%
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About this title

Storyline

The format for Big Brother in Canada remains largely unchanged from the U.S. edition, making them the only two version of the series thus far to follow this format. HouseGuests are sequestered in the Big Brother House without contact with the outside world. Each week, the HouseGuests take part in several compulsory challenges that determine who will win food, luxuries, and opportunities to become the Head of Household (HoH) or win the Power of Veto (PoV). The winner of the weekly HoH competition is immune from nominations and nominates two fellow HouseGuests for eviction. The two HouseGuests nominated for eviction are also referred to as being "on the block" for eviction. After a HouseGuest becomes HoH, he or she is ineligible to take part in the next HoH competition. The winner of the PoV competition wins the right to save one of the nominated HouseGuests from eviction and take them off the block. If the PoV winner exercises the power, the HoH then nominates another HouseGuest to go up on the block for eviction. HouseGuests also take part in the Have vs. Have-Not competitions. Depending on their performance during the competitions, HouseGuests are divided into either the "Haves" or the "Have Nots." The Have Nots are restricted to eating "Big Brother Slop" and a couple of food items selected by the viewing public. They are also allowed to eat condiments and protein shakes. Have Nots are only allowed to take cold showers, and typically sleep on uncomfortable beds in a room with poor aesthetics. On Eviction Night, all HouseGuests, except for the HoH and the two nominees on the block, vote to evict one of the two nominees. This compulsory vote takes place in the Diary Room, where voting HouseGuests are asked by the show's host, Arisa Cox, whom they want to evict. In the event of a tie, the HoH casts the deciding vote, announcing it in front of the other HouseGuests

Country: Canada

Type: reality

Status: Current

Language: English

Release Date: February 27, 2013

Also Known As: Big Brother (CA), Big Brother CanadaBig Brother (Canada) |  See more »

Parents Guide: Canada (PG)

Genres

Company Credits

Production Co: Insight Production Company, Bell Broadcast and New Media Fund, Corus Entertainment, Endemol Shine International, Endemol

CastSee full cast »

Sarah Hanlon
as Self
Paul Jackson
as Self
Mikey Jakobczak
as Self
Pilar Nemer
as Self
Rachelle Diamond
as Self
Nikki Grahame
as Self
Willow MacDonald
as Self
Naeha Sareen
as Self
Kirsten MacInnis
as Self
Veronica Graf
as Self
Chris Wyllie
as Self
Jamar Lee
as Self
Eddie Lin
as Self
Kenny Brain
as Self
Hamza Hatoum
as Self

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1
Season 2
Season 3
Season 4
Season 5
Season 6
Season 7
Season 8
Season 9
Season 10
Season 11

Media

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Awards

Awards & NominationsSee full list »

Canadian Screen Award 2014

Nominee

Canadian Screen Award

Best Host in a Variety, Lifestyle, Reality/Competition, Performing Arts or Talk Program or Series

Canadian Screen Award 2015

Nominee

Canadian Screen Award

Best Reality/Competition Program or Series

Winner

Canadian Screen Award

Best Production Design or Art Direction in a Non-Fiction Program or Series

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