Big Brother is about to launch Quebec this week with the second Celebrity edition with a number of local Quebec famous faces ‘from all walks of the public sphere’ moving in to a camera-rigged house that will monitor them 24/7 and will follow a similar format to Big Brother Canada and USA
Big Brother Célébrités season 2 will premiere on January 9 at 6:30pm on Noovo.
This season will also see a drastic change from last seasons house, which was in mansion outfitted with camera’s and microphones, and was considered the largest Big Brother house in the world. This year instead production has decided to build a custom built house similar to its English speaking Canadian counterpart.
The 15 famous names have yet to be announced. The 12 week competition will be again be hosted by Singer Marie-Mai for the Sunday night eviction episodes.
Big Brother Célébrités will air Monday to Thursday 6:30 p.m. and eliminations on Sundays at 6:30 p.m. The show will again host the exclusive look inside the house each day with Big Brother 7/7 which will feature never-before-seen content of the best celebrity moments around the house. From post-elimination discussions to exclusive weekend activities, see new content, no editing from Monday to Sunday @ 10 p.m. on VRAK (from Jan 10).
The House is a 16,000 square foot house built in studio features.
- Ceilings up to 27 feet high.
- 500 m of camera corridors.
- 69 cameras (65 robotics and 4 cameramen).
- 2311 lamps.
- 61 one-way mirrors.
- 3 bedrooms in addition to the PM.
- A 30 x 30 foot outdoor terrace.
BIG BROTHER: THE MANAGERS OF ESTRADE is a new spin-off that will air every Sunday after the elimination show , host Kim Rusk and analyst Jean-Thomas Jobin the first seasons winner, accompanied by a guest artist who is a fan of the show, will make comments with derision and humor on the journey of the celebrities of this eagerly awaited second season!
You can watch Noovo live on their website or also available in Quebec (available in parts of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Eastern and Northern Ontario via cable or antenna and nationally via satellite) check local listings.