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Ever since the jaw-dropping finale of "Big Brother Canada" Season 1, fans of the genre have been salivating for the sophomore season to start up. Huff Post Canada TV was one of the lucky few to be invited to the "Big Brother Canada" set, new and improved for Season 2.
(In case you can't recall, "Big Brother Canada" made international reality show history when Topaz mis-voted, accidentally choosing Jillian over her BFF Gary, who ultimately lost the game because of it.)Season 2 of "Big Brother Canada" premieres Wednesday, March 5 at 9 p.m. It's a new house, with different contestants (who will be announced this Wednesday morning), and a whole new feel.
All of your favourite elements are still a part of "Big Brother Canada": the 24/7 filming, the diary room, the twists and turns.
Fundamentally, the show is still the same -- but production designer Faragher insists that last season was just a warm-up for Season 2."We've done this once," says Faragher. Last year's house, you would look at it and think, 'I want that in my house,' but this season it's a little more 'Big Brother,' and less normal."For all the die-hards out there, you'll still have "After Dark" feeds to keep you satiated around the clock.
ET/PT on Slice, with a special presentation of the premiere also airing on Global. We spoke to Season 1 contestants Gary and Peter, production designer Pete Faragher, supervising producer Sue Brophy and returning host Arisa Cox about what fans and newbies alike can expect from "Big Brother Canada" Season 2.*** (Please note: Many details are embargoed until the show starts, so apologies if things are still a bit vague.
"Big Brother Canada" will continue to air three nights a week on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Sundays at 9 p.m. "The Big Brother Canada Side Show" -- new this season -- will air Thursdays, following each eviction episode, at 10 p.m. In case that isn't enough, "Big Brother After Dark" will air seven days a week from 2 a.m. We will reveal all the Season 2 contestants on Huff Post Canada TV on Wednesday morning.) *** What's New?
"Side Show," which airs immediately following the Thursday night eviction, spends 30 minutes dissecting the week's events; the co-hosts will tackle everything from strategy to stupidity.People want to know that Canada has different types; sure, we have dairy farmers, but we also have crazy urbanites."The challenges are also stranger this time around, too, so look forward to those.Surprises & Twists One thing that every interviewee said to me was this: "Expect a lot of twists and surprises." I expect nothing less from "Big Brother Canada," especially after last season's many abrupt changes and split-second eliminations.We're savvy, as audience members -- we've seen a ton of reality show contestants at this point.If you start throwing out the same archetypes over and over, people will get bored.