Big Brother Canada, Big Brother Canada Side Show, and Big Brother Canada After Dark are a triple threat on Slice. Since the March 5 premiere, the Big Brother Canada trio has increased the channel's 2014 audience by 58%* reaching 3.1 million (V2+)** viewers with BigBrotherCanada.ca garnering 8 million page views to date***.
In a unanimous vote, Hanmer, Ontario’s Anick Gervais became the first houseguest evicted from Big Brother Canada on Thursday night’s episode on Slice.
As HOH this week, Paul Jackson nominated Anick and Andrew Gordon, but Andrew won the Power of Veto and took himself off the block. Paul was forced to pick a replacement and Ika found herself at risk of eviction. But she didn’t need to worry – Anick, a 28-year-old Reiki Master, lost out in the 11-0 vote.
HGTV Canada’s new series Critical Listing runs the gamut of renovation, real estate, and design as homeowners who have bought a new house struggle to sell their old one. With the help of the best minds in the business, this series tackles projects ranging from budget-friendly renos to overhauling curb appeal that rescue these homeowners from the threat of two mortgages. Critical Listing airs Mondays at 9pm ET/PT beginning March 17 on HGTV Canada.
Big Brother Canada’s season two premiere broke the ice in a Canuck-themed HOH competition where Paul Jackson became the first Head of Household. Outside the house, Big Brother Canada revealed that fans will choose the final houseguest by voting at BigBrotherCanada.ca in the season’s first #BBCANTWISTOSTWIST.