When Does Big Brother Canada 2015 Start? Season 3 Premiere

While we have a few months before the Big Brother 17 premiere, for those Big Brother Canada fans out there the wait is not as long, so when does Big Brother Canada 2015 start? Find out the details for the Big Brother Canada 3 premiere below in our Big Brother Canada 2015 spoilers!

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While we have to wait until June 25 for the Big Brother 17 premiere in the United States, it looks like they won’t have to wait as long for the Big Brother Canada 2015 premiere! In just one short week, the BB Canada 3 premiere will kick off and a new season and new cast will be invading your homes three days a week!

The Big Brother Canada 2015 premiere will kick off on March 23 on it’s new home of GlobalTV! For this season, we will have BBCAN3 on Sundays at 7pm EST, Mondays at 8pm EST and Wednesdays at 9pm EST (which will be the elimination episodes).

As far as the Side Show fans out there, we will have Peter Brown and Gary Levy hosting this season and it will be on Thursday nights at 10pm EST on Slice. This was done right after the elimination show last season, but I guess they are changing it up this season and remaining on the same channel, despite the move to GlobalTV for the regular show.

Also returning to Slice this season is After Dark, which will air from 3am-6am EST. I guess you like to stay up late (or wake up early) in Canada, huh?

Besides all this great news, it looks like the new Big Brother Canada 2015 cast will be announced today, so stay tuned for that information!

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Big Brother Canada Season 3 Open Casting Calls Start This Weekend!

While we patiently wait for another season of Big Brother in the US, they are getting ready for another season of Big Brother Canada and the Season 3 open casting calls start this weekend! Any Canadian Big Brother fans out there wanting to try out for Big Brother Canada 3? Check out the details below in our Big Brother spoilers!

So, do you think you have what it takes to compete on Big Brother Canada 3? Well, the producers are looking for a brand new cast for Season 3 and it all kicks off this Sunday in Vancouver and Calgary! Open casting calls will run through November and a new season of Big Brother Canada should be starting in March.

For more details on the open casting calls for Big Brother Canada 3, click here!!! Best of luck to anyone that tries out!

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Jon Pardy Wins Big Brother Canada Season 2!

The roller coaster ride known as Big Brother Canada Season 2 has come to an end, and Jon Pardy is the sole survivor and winner. 

The second season of Big Brother Canada delivered many great moments along with plenty of twists and turns that didn’t allow for much of the usual boredom associated with the last few weeks of the game.  The cast this year was diverse and energetic which made for great unpredictability in the house, and the shockers just kept coming right into the final episode where Jon pulled a move that left Big Brother Canada fans and especially the live audience in shock as he sent his season-long ally Neda out of the game and brought one of the season’s least liked houseguests, Sabrina, to the final 2 instead.

Sometimes in a Big Brother season you get a general vibe of where the game is going and who is running the house, then things play out pretty much as predicted; this was not the case this season as it seemed the “First Five” alliance of Sabrina, Kenny, Andrew, Sarah, and Arlie would dominate the entire game early on, but through the course of the season each one of them was eliminated through big moves made by the other side of the house.

Toward the end of the game, it seemed like the Jon/Neda alliance had outsmarted the others and would dictate how things would end up – then BAM the shocking (yet smart) move by Jon floored everyone.  In reality it was the best move Jon could make if he was trying to win because he most likely wouldn’t have won up against Neda in the final 2.  The Neda eviction made for some intense moments in the finale with Neda even pointing out that it was all HER calling the shots even though Jon took the win after his cutthroat move.

Unlike many seasons where people become “best friends” in a matter of weeks or a couple of months and refuse to turn against each other, Big Brother Canada 2 delivered the kind of Big Brother moves and drama we crave.  The season had plenty of clashes and even allies turning on each other, which goes to show what a good job of casting houseguests can do.  Also the fact that Big Brother Canada went the extra mile to make sure there was always something going on in the house – from visits from former Big Brother Canada houseguests like Talla and Gary to even a surprise jury house visit from former Big Brother U.S. winner Dan, the action in the house felt like it rarely slowed down.

Big Brother Canada season 2 was a great season and it will undoubtedly be back for a third season next year.  After last year’s controversial finale, this year’s finale made up for all that craziness and gave us a strong finish for the season and a deserving winner in Jon Pardy. 

Don’t forget, next month it will already be time for the premier of Big Brother 16!  Stay tuned as we ramp up for yet another HUGE season of coverage beginning in just a few weeks!

How to Watch Big Brother Canada Season 2 Feeds if You Live in the U.S.

By far the biggest question we’ve been getting about Big Brother Canada 2 is how fans in the U.S. can watch the episodes and live feeds since there are some country restrictions on the slice.ca site.  We’ve got all the information you need so you can enjoy the Big Brother Canada season as it happens.

As far as the episodes go, there are some great YouTube channels that upload full episodes right after they air.  You can look for those after the show airings on Sunday, Wednesday, and Thursday.  As far as live feeds, just like last year you can set up a VPN (virtual private network) which will get around the country restrictions. 

But this year if you don’t want to get into the setup of a VPN, you can simply use the Google Chrome browser along with a simple add-on to view the feeds directly from the Slice.ca site!  Simply get the “Hola” add-on for Google Chrome, then after a simple setup, visit Slice.ca and enjoy the feeds free!  Alternatively, there is also a stream of the feeds here but take note, you won’t be able to switch camera views freely if you go this route.

So there you have it, things are a little bit easier to access this year for those of us in the U.S.  It was a hassle to hunt down live feed streams and such last year, but this year it’s more enjoyable to be able to directly view the high quality Big Brother Canada feeds. We hope this post helps many of you out, feel free to ask if you have further questions.

Big Brother Canada Season 2 Cast Revealed!

It’s hard to believe that it’s been a year since the initial season of Big Brother Canada, but here we are again counting down the days until the kickoff of season 2 of the hit series.  The initial season was very enjoyable since it was pretty similar to the Big Brother U.S. style, but had plenty unique characteristics that gave it its own identity.  While the season finale ended in controversial fashion, it was no surprise to here that Big Brother Canada was coming back for season 2.

 


That all brings us to today and our very first look at the Big Brother Canada 2 cast!  It appears at first glance, the producers have once again cast a nice mix of (seemingly) normal people for the most part that are also easy on the eyes.  They also have an interesting age range as the youngest houseguest is 20 and the oldest is 43.  We’ve got parents, people in relationships, and of course singles in the house.  Here is a brief rundown of the cast’s names and a short bio (from left to right on the above graphic, you can also read full bios with pics on the slice.ca site.)

Arlie Shaban – Age 25 – Unemployed but treating this as a job.

Rachel Diamond – Age 20 – Student that is in it for the money.

Jon Pardy (pardy dardy!?) – Age 23 – Student, not the tidiest guy.

Heather Decksheimer – Age 23 – Model agency coordinator. Hoping to start modeling/acting career (uh oh.)

Paul Jackson – Age 43 – Consultant, motivational speaker, father of 3.

Anick Gervais – Age 28 – Reiki Master (??,) wants to start a healing center with her winnings.

Neda Kalantar – Age 22 – Freelance fashion stylist. Will try to be nice to people even though she is blunt.

Sabrina Abbate – Age 25 – Hair dresser and make-up artist. Has wanted to be on TV since she came out of the womb (oh boy.)

Adel Elseri – Age 27 – Welder, inventor. Refers to himself as “The People’s Champ.”

Kyle Shore – Age 24 – Personal training and…..picking up ladies (yes he really said that.)

Ika Wong – Age 29 – Hair stylist, mother of 2. Wears her emotion on her face and is outspoken.

Kenny Brain – Age 25 – Model. Plans on becoming everyone’s friend at first.

Andrew Gordon – Age 27 – Restaurant manager. Wants to be a “gentle giant” everyone trusts.

Sarah Miller – Age 32 – Mortgage broker. Is really sneaky and likes to scare people.

So there it is, quite a mix of character this year.  I mean we have a cast featuring last names such as Diamond, Pardy, and Brain….what could go wrong?  Big Brother Canada starts on March 5th on Slice for you fans in Canada, and for us U.S. fans we will have information next week on where to catch up on episodes and hopefully live feeds as well.