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Global Announces Casting Details For Big Brother Canada Season 10

From a media release:

The search for Canada’s next batch of houseguests starts now! Today, Global and Insight Productions announced that casting is open across the country for Season 10 of Big Brother Canada. Coming to Global in 2022, Big Brother Canada is calling Canadians far and wide to apply at BigBrotherCanada.ca for their chance to win big on Canada’s award-winning reality show.

Beginning today, Canadians can apply online at BigBrotherCanada.ca for their chance to become a #BBCAN10 houseguest, competing in a series of extreme challenges in one of the most high-stakes social experiments ever. Fans can also nominate friends on social media by tagging @bigbrotherca and using #FutureHOH for a chance to get noticed by Big Brother Canada’s casting team.

Apply in three simple steps:

  • Record a short video of yourself explaining why you have what it takes to be one of the next houseguests on Big Brother Canada
  • Visit the official casting site at BigBrotherCanada.ca
  • Upload a photo of yourself, along with your video and some basic information

To qualify, houseguest hopefuls must be 19 years of age by February 1, 2022 and submit their applications by November 19, 2021. For more information, including a full list of rules and eligibility, head to BigBrotherCanada.ca.

Commissioned by Corus Entertainment, Season 10 of Big Brother Canada is produced by Insight Productions Ltd. (a Boat Rocker company) in association with Corus Entertainment and Banijay. Executive Producers are John Brunton, Erin Brock, Eric Abboud, and Arisa Cox.

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Global original Big Brother Canada greenlit for a milestone 10th season

From a media release:

Global announced big news at today’s #CorusUpfront when host and executive producer Arisa Cox revealed that reality powerhouse series Big Brother Canada will return for a monumental 10th season. Produced by Insight Productions (a Boat Rocker company) in association with Corus Entertainment and Banijay, the greenlight comes after an epic Season 9 that delivered its most diverse cast ever, with Tychon Carter-Newman making history as the first Black winner of Big Brother Canada.

Big Brother Canada hand-picks a group of strangers from all walks of life, 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 are decided by a jury of fellow houseguests.
Additional details about Big Brother Canada Season 10, including casting news, will be announced at a later date. In the meantime, fans can catch up on all the best moments from Season 9 on BigBrotherCanada.ca and can stream the full season for free on the Global TV App, also available on STACKTV.

Commissioned by Corus Entertainment, Season 10 of Big Brother Canada is produced by Insight Productions Ltd. (a Boat Rocker company) in association with Corus Entertainment and Banijay. Executive Producers are John Brunton, Erin Brock, Eric Abboud, and Arisa Cox.

Corus Entertainment’s Original Content team driving its slate of unscripted series is helmed by industry executive Lisa Godfrey as Senior Vice President of Original Content and Corus Studios, and supported by longtime TV veterans Krista Look (Director of Original Lifestyle), and Lynne Carter (Executive in Charge of Production).

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Tychon Carter-Newman crowned Season 9 winner of Big Brother Canada

From a media release:

It was a Big Brother Canada season like no other, where Canadians from all walks of life shared their stories, communities, and cultures with the nation. In this season’s epic two-hour season finale, it was Montreal’s Tychon Carter-Newman who conquered all, becoming the first Black winner in Big Brother Canada history to take home the $100,000 grand prize. Over the course of the show’s ten weeks, Tychon aligned with big players and even bigger threats, using his charm and wits to make it to the top…without ever touching the block. He put these skills to use one last time and convinced the jury that he deserved to win, defeating Calgary’s Breydon White by a vote of 6-1.

As the winner of Big Brother Canada Season 9, Tychon walks away with $100,000 cash, $10,000 worth of grills and grilling accessories courtesy of Weber, $10,000 powered by Sunlight and an unforgettable vacation for two from Expedia. As runner-up, Breydon claimed his own cash prize, walking away with $20,000 cash.

“I can’t put into words how I feel right now, it’s the best feeling in the world,” said Tychon. “My family had my back, everybody had my back, I don’t know what to say. I didn’t expect to be here. Coming into this house, I was with a lot of big personalities and I’m one of the quieter ones and it was overwhelming for me. So to think that I can be standing here today was not something I ever imagined.”

In the final episode of the season, social butterfly Breydon “Brey Bae” White, Tychon “The Bishop” Carter-Newman and Tera “Mama T” Gillen-Petrozzi competed in the most important challenge of the season: the do-or-die three-part HOH competition. In the first challenge, the final three houseguests battled it out in a grueling competition of stealth and endurance where they had to stack and balance 60 disks on two pegs. After an exhausting four hours that tested mind, body and soul, no winner was declared, forcing a sudden death round. Dominated by Breydon, he used his steady hands and a little bit of science to propel him to the third round of the competition.

In the second part of the competition, Tera and Tychon went head-to-head in a mental and physical challenge that tested both their aim and overall game knowledge. After a speedy start for both houseguests, Tera’s frustrations got the best of her, giving Tychon the victory and chance to face off against Breydon in the third and final round.

In round three, Breydon and Tychon competed for the final HOH of the season and a guaranteed spot in the final two. It was a nail-biting challenge that had everyone on the edge of their seats as the two were grilled on their knowledge of the jury members. Tychon and Breydon were neck and neck until the very last question, which Breydon answered incorrectly, making Tychon the season’s very last Head of Household. Forced to make the biggest decision of his game yet, Tychon remained loyal to the soil and committed to a final two position with Breydon, making Tera the final jury member of the season.

After Tychon was named winner of Season 9, Arisa surprised the houseguests by announcing that for the first time ever, Canada voted for their favourite houseguest of the season: Haida Gwaii’s Kiefer Collison. As Canada’s Favourite Houseguest of Big Brother Canada Season 9, Kiefer walks away with a $10,000 cash prize.

Watch the final three houseguests tomorrow on Global’s The Morning Show beginning at 9 a.m. ET/PT. The houseguests will join hosts Jeff McArthur and Carolyn MacKenzie to talk about the season’s backdoors, trap doors, bromances and more. Plus, visit etcanada.com to check out a series of exclusive BBCAN9 interviews and first-looks, including a special chat with this season’s jury and an end-of-season check in with the series Host and Executive Producer Arisa Cox.

Commissioned by Corus Entertainment, Season 9 of Big Brother Canada is produced by Insight Productions Ltd. in association with Corus Entertainment and Banijay. Executive Producers are John Brunton, Erin Brock, Eric Abboud, Trevor Boris, and Arisa Cox.

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Big Brother Canada rises: Global’s hit original series returns on March 3

From a media release:

The world has changed, but the show must go on! Big Brother Canada re-emerges as Global announced today the Season 9 premiere debuting Wednesday, March 3 at 7 p.m. ET/PT. Hosted by Arisa Cox, who also serves as one of the show’s Executive Producers, the reality juggernaut lands on Global three nights a week Mondays at 9 p.m. ET/PT, Wednesdays at 7 p.m. ET/PT, and Thursdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT. Stream the new season live or on demand with STACKTV and the Global TV App and visit BigBrotherCanada.ca for the ultimate fan experience with exclusive content and free live feeds to watch every scheme and meme unfolding inside the house.

Following the shocking and abrupt end of Season 8 nearly one year ago, Season 9 houseguests discover a post-apocalyptic world where the abandoned house lies waiting. The fearless houseguests must rise to conquer unexpected twists and survive extraordinary challenges as they attempt to write their own story and take the title as winner of Big Brother Canada Season 9.

Stay tuned for additional announcements about Season 9 of Big Brother Canada including this season’s houseguests and the grand prize details.

Big Brother Canada hand-picks a group of strangers from all walks of life, 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.

In anticipation of this season’s brave new world, fans can stream the biggest moments from Season 8 on GlobalTV.com and the Global TV App and stay up to date on all things #BBCAN9 on BigBrotherCanada.ca.

Commissioned by Corus Entertainment, Season 9 of Big Brother Canada is produced by Insight Productions Ltd. in association with Corus Entertainment and Banijay. Executive Producers are John Brunton, Erin Brock, Eric Abboud, Trevor Boris and Arisa Cox.

Corus Entertainment’s Original Content team driving its slate of unscripted series is helmed by industry executive Lisa Godfrey as Senior Vice President of Original Content and Corus Studios, and supported by longtime TV veterans Krista Look (Director of Original Lifestyle), and Lynne Carter (Production Executive).

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Link: Arisa Cox is used to being one of the few people of colour in the room. She’s determined to change that for ‘Big Brother Canada’ and other reality TV contestants

From Libaan Osman of the Toronto Star:

Link: Arisa Cox is used to being one of the few people of colour in the room. She’s determined to change that for ‘Big Brother Canada’ and other reality TV contestants
“Now is the time to take a giant step forward and see if we can make these shows that we love and we watch more equitable and a better experience for everyone.” Continue reading. Facebooktwitterredditlinkedinmail