Mark your calendars, Big Brother Canada fans! Canada’s favourite reality series is back for its twelfth season, premiering  on Tuesday, March 5 at 7 p.m. ET/PT exclusively on Global and STACKTV. Prepare for another season filled with strategic alliances, dramatic showdowns, and the ultimate fight for the grand prize worth over $2100,000.

While some details about the new season are still under wraps, here’s what we can expect based on past seasons and recent hints from the producers.

Fresh Faces and Diverse Personalities

The premiere episode sets the stage for the entire season, as you meet the houseguests you will fall in love with and others who will take you by surprise. Hailing from across the country, each houseguest was chosen for their unique personalities, strategic minds, and undeniable entertainment value. 

Each houseguest will have their own chance to introduce themselves, revealing their aspirations, strategies, and pre-game alliances (if any). This initial glimpse into their personalities will give you a chance to pick your favourites and start predicting alliances and potential showmances.

Big Brother Canada Season 12’s houseguests:

Plus, stay tuned for the two mystery all-stars who will be revealed in-show during the premiere episode on Tuesday, March 5 at 7 p.m. ET/PT on Global and STACKTV.

The Big Brother Canada Season 12 House

Following introductions, the houseguests will be whisked away to their new home – the Big Brother Canada house. This specially designed space, equipped with cameras and microphones capturing their every move, becomes their entire world for the duration of the game. 

You will also get a tour of the house, showcasing the bedrooms, confessionals, living areas, and the infamous Diary Room, where houseguests share their thoughts and strategies directly with Big Brother Canada (the unseen entity controlling the game).

Understanding Big Brother Canada 

Big Brother Canada operates on a unique set of rules and challenges. Here’s a breakdown of the key aspects:

Head of Household (HOH): Every week, houseguests compete in a series of challenges to become the Head of Household. This coveted position grants the winner immunity from eviction for a week and the power to nominate two fellow houseguests for eviction.

Power of Veto (Veto): Following the nominations, the remaining houseguests compete in the Power of Veto competition. The winner has the power to veto one of the nominations, essentially saving a nominated player from eviction.

Eviction: During the live eviction ceremony, the houseguests vote to evict one of the nominated houseguests. The player with the most votes is evicted from the house, and their game comes to an end.

The Final Two: After weeks of strategic gameplay, alliances, and betrayals, the remaining two houseguests face a final vote by the jury (previously evicted houseguests). The houseguest with the most votes is crowned the winner of Big Brother Canada and takes home the grand prize.

Fun New Twists and Turns

The premiere episode of Big Brother Canada Season 12 will not only introduce you to 12 new houseguests and lay the groundwork, but it will reveal two mystery all-stars.

Nonetheless, the Big Brother Canada Season 12 premiere promises to be an action-packed event, setting the stage for weeks of strategic maneuvers, unexpected twists, and emotional rollercoasters.

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