From a media release:
#BBCAN fans can finally mark their calendars as Global announces broadcast details for juggernaut reality series Big Brother Canada, premiering Wednesday, March 7 at 7 p.m. ET/PT. With three recent Canadian Screen Award (CSA) nominations – including Best Reality/Competition Series – the perennial fan favourite returns three nights a week on Wednesdays at 7 p.m. ET/PT, Thursdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT, and Mondays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Global. Building off of the powerful response from #BBCAN fans, viewers can expect Season 6 to deliver big twists, staggering challenges, and of course, lots of drama.
Once again in Season 6, Big Brother Canada selects a group of hand-picked strangers from their homes, sequesters them from the outside world, and places them inside a house outfitted wall-to-wall with cameras and microphones that capture their every move. Competing for a grand cash prize, each week the houseguests battle in a series of challenges that give them power or punishment, voting each other out until the fate of the final two is decided by a jury of fellow houseguests.
Also returning this season is host Arisa Cox who is currently up for the CSA’s Audience Choice Award. Beginning tomorrow, fans can continue to place their vote by clicking here.
Leading up to the premiere on March 7, fans can get their Big Brother fix during a new episode of Big Brother: Celebrity Edition tonight at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Global. Viewers can tune in four nights a week over two-and-a-half weeks until the winner is crowned during the finale on Sunday, February 25 at 8 p.m. ET/PT.
Additional details about Big Brother Canada Season 6, including this season’s houseguest reveal and the grand prize, will be announced in the coming weeks.
From Occhi magazine:
Link: Actress Abigail Winter chats with us about the hit show “Mary Kills People” and her projects
“One of the things I considered when preparing for this role was remembering how much more intense everything feels when we are teenagers. In that time of life, people are still in the process of figuring out who they, and as a result, are more easily influenced by other people and the events around them. Additionally, it was important to me that Jess didn’t come across just as a moody teenager that is upset with her mom. Rather, we also see her vulnerability, big heart, and intelligence, that sometimes end up being suppressed in order to protect herself from getting hurt.” Continue reading.
From Dean Amond of Find Your Inner Geek:
Link: FYIG Chats With Actress Abigail Winter
“I also felt very lucky to portray a character who is in the process of coming to terms with her sexuality. And what’s even better is that the writers didn’t treat Jess’ experiences any differently than they would for a heterosexual character. It was refreshing.” Continue reading.
From Bridget Liszewski of The TV Junkies:
Link: Mary Kills People’s Abigail Winters says Jess won’t stop until Mary tells her the truth
“There are a lot of other teenage plots centered around boys and high school drama, which is fine because that’s what happens, but to see that these characters have stuff going on underneath all that is fun. You don’t just see their outward teenage moodiness. You see why that is happening and what they are protecting underneath all that.” Continue reading.