Canada’s favorite reality Tv series “Big Brother Canada” has been nominated for Canada’s Best Reality Series 2020 by The Canadian Academy.
“Big Brother Canada is not just one of the biggest shows on Canadian TV — it’s an award-winning leader in producing 360-degree content that seamlessly engages viewers and clients on all platforms,” said Troy Reeb, EVP Broadcast Networks, Corus Entertainment.
Big Brother Canada will return to our Tv Screen on March 4th with a “Supersized edition” of the reality tv series.
Big Brother Canada by GlobalTv
In the ultimate social experiment, Big Brother Canada follows a group of strangers living together in a house outfitted with dozens of cameras and microphones recording their every move 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Each week the houseguests compete in a variety of challenges and one by one, the houseguests vote each other out of the house.
Other Nominees in the same category are:
The Amazing Race Canada by Ctv
The Amazing Race Canada is a skills-based competition show in which teams of two people, who have some form of pre-existing personal relationship, race in competition with other teams.
Blown Away by Makeful
In this ground-breaking competition series, exceptional glassblowers are invited into the largest hot shop in North America to push themselves to creative extremes. In each episode the glassblowers must impress a panel of experts or risk being eliminated. At stake, a cash prize and a life-changing career offer. Hosted by Nick Uhas, with resident evaluator and glass master Katherine Gray.
The Great Canadian Baking Show by Cbc
The Great Canadian Baking Show is CBC’s homegrown take on hit format The Great British Bake Off, bringing together 10 amateur bakers from across Canada to compete in a series of themed culinary challenges that celebrate their diverse backgrounds, families and communities. The Great Canadian Baking Show is an affirming, warm-spirited competition that celebrates personal achievement and the joy of baking.
Top Chef Canada by Food Network Canada
Canadian version of the popular reality series, which finds up-and-coming chefs competing for culinary stardom and a $100,000 grand prize.
Do you think Big Brother Canada will win the best reality series 2020 award?