Thanks For An Awesome Big Brother Canada Season 1 Experience

Big Brother Canada

I wanted to thank all of you readers for an awesome debut season here on the site for Big Brother Canada. The whole thing was an experiment from top to bottom. We didn’t know what to expect, or how we’d watch the show from down here, or if anyone would even show up on the site to discuss it with us. Everything turned out amazingly well and we are so grateful for your readership.

When you get used to a style and approach of Big Brother US after fourteen seasons it’s hard to fully give in to something different, but wow were we pleasantly surprised. The cast was fantastic with all new faces (a great reason for CBS to do the same this year), the house was turned out great, and even host Arisa Cox grew on us by the end of the year. All in all, scandals included, it was a complete success in our book.

We hope you’ll come back again next season of Big Brother Canada here at Big Brother Network. Be sure to join us on Facebook, Twitter, and by Email updates so we can share news in the off-season as Big Brother Canada 2014 approaches!

5 Comments

  1. Host Arisa Cox did NOT grow on me. She was the only downfall of the show. An over actor who didn’t always seen to know what she was doing. Season 2 will be better with a new host.

  2. Loved the whole season, and while travelling in Asia throughout March, watched episodes on YouTube. Fun stuff!

  3. Please, no returning players or evicted houseguests brought back in season TWO. Also agree that another host should be found NOW before they get too comfortable.

  4. Didn’t care for the host at all, she didn’t grown on me. And bringing back a player who had the opportunity to know what was going on in the jury house is NOT fair, it happened way too late in the game. If in the first half of the game, and the players are sequestered separately, then I could accept that particular twist.

  5. After reading many of the comments on the season past it is very apparent that for next season to be a fair “game”, there must be a set of rules laid out in advance and the producers should not be allowed to change or introduce new rules after the game has started. To do so, would really indicate that it is, in fact, not really a game at all, but a fully scripted show. If that turns out to be the case, then they may as well have just hired actors to be the houseguests.

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