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Big Brother (Slovenia)

Big Brother is a reality show broadcast on Kanal A in which a number of contestants live in an isolated house trying to avoid being evicted by the public with the aim of winning a large cash prize at the end of the run. It is based on the international Big Brother format produced by Endemol. It first aired on March 17, 2007.

Series Details

Regular Series (Big Brother vas gleda)

Series Net-work Season Launch Season Finale Days Housemates The Winner
(The Grand Prize)
Presenter(s) Rating Share Rating
Big Brother 1 Kanal A 17 March 2007 9 June 2007 85 18 AustraliaAndrej Novak
(€75.000)
Nina Osenar 30% 7.8%
Big Brother 2 14 March 2008 14 June 2008 93 17 Naske Mehič
(€92.000)
Nina Osenar
& Gusti
28% 7.2%

Celebrity Series (Big Brother Slavnih)

Series Net-work Season Launch Season Finale Days Housemates The Winner
(The Grand Prize)
Presenter(s) Rating ShareInfo Rating
Big Brother Slavnih POP TV 3 October 2010 12 December 2010 71 14 Jože Činč
(€90.000)
Nina Osenar 43% 13.5%

The house

  • A 550 square meter Big Brother house is situated in the backyard of POP TV/Kanal A building in Ljubljana.
  • There's 300 m2 dwelling, and 250 for the garden. House's every corner is covered by 22 cameras.
  • Bathroom, toilets, and showers which cannot be locked for security reasons, are also covered by cameras.
  • Essential kitchenware can be found on the kitchen along with sink, electric cooker, oven, refrigerator, and a silverware container.
  • House mates can eat self-cooked meals at a big 12-chair dining table in the dining room.
  • Comfortable divans are found in the living room which can be used in free time.
  • Big Brother house features two four-bedded bedrooms, two of which are double. Every house mate receives one bedding set, which they have to wash and make themselves. Even here every movement and whisper is recorded by cameras.
  • Housemates are frequently called into confessional, where they share their experiences with Big Brother. A person may enter confessional only when empty and green light is lit above it. A chair and table can be found inside.
  • Very important part of the Big Brother house is depository, where much earned food and accessories for various tasks are dropped off. The depository is except on Saturdays and Sundays open only one hour a day, possible break-ins are prevented by electric lock.

Broadcasting

2007: 20.00-20.30 (Monday-Friday); Live Eviction 20.00-22.00 (Saturday); Live Nominations 20.00-20.40 (Sunday)

2008: 20.00-21.00 (Monday-Thursday); Live Eviction 20.00-22.00 (Friday); Live Nominations 20.00-21.30 (Saturday); Recap of the week 22.00-23.00 (Sunday)

2010: 20.00-21.00 (Tuesday-Saturday); Live Eviction Show 20.00-22.00 (Sunday); Evictee Interview 20.55-21.55 (Monday)

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