“Daela” Strikes Back Sending Ryan To Big Brother Canada Purgatory At The Jury House
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April 20, 2018
“DAELA” STRIKES BACK SENDING RYAN TO BIG BROTHER CANADA PURGATORY AT THE JURY HOUSE
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Arisa Lets Canada in on the Secret – Next Week’s Triple Eviction Will Take Out Three Houseguests
Toronto, Canada – After a week of hard-fought battles, endless campaigning, and ever-shifting strategy, Ryan Ballantine from Calgary, AB has been evicted in a vote of 6 to 0, becoming the first juror of the season. After last week’s dramatic eviction of Erica, it seemed Johnny’s days left in the house were numbered. After lying to one and all about casting a vote to evict Will, he was sentenced to the block by HOH Derek, alongside repeat-visitor Ryan. While he came close to snatching the veto in a medieval battle for the ages, it was Derek who secured his ultimate power for the week, choosing to keep his nominations the same. Things looked dire for Johnny, but it didn’t stop his attempts to secure safety. That work was ultimately rewarded, resulting in Ryan’s untimely demise.
“First, I want to say I’m so sorry to Canada that I couldn’t make the gift they gave me last more than seven days,” said Ryan to host Arisa Cox. “Thank you so much for saving me – this has been an absolutely incredible experience for me and one of the best times of my life.”
The week seemed simple at first, with target Johnny on the block next to permanent block-warmer Ryan. For once, Ryan felt safe sitting next to his fellow nominee, as Johnny’s game was deeply damaged by his ally Erica’s shocking eviction. With trust from his fellow houseguests at an all-time low, Johnny went to work on rebuilding his relationship with “Daela” and the house’s other main duo, Olivia and Ali.
Meanwhile, one of the BBCAN house’s many secrets was revealed when Will made a not-so-terrifying discovery in the crypt inside the catacomb. The long-awaited return of Marsha the Moose, now transformed into the mummy of the crypt, meant it was time for a secret mission for Will. He was tasked with carrying out the Newfoundland tradition to “screech in” each of his fellow houseguests, sealed with a shot of screech, a recitation and a kiss for the cod. He had one hour to accomplish this, but didn’t know his fellow houseguests had their own mission – to prevent him from succeeding. When they pulled off their double-cross, Will thought the whole house would be punished with slop for the rest of the season. Instead, they were rewarded with a Newfoundland-inspired “Kitchen Party” complete with beer, food and dancing.
After Ryan’s eviction, the houseguests each had to summon their sweet tooth for a sugary HOH competition called “Slippery Slope.” To find out who won HOH, tune into Big Brother Canada on Monday at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Global. Meanwhile, Arisa let the audience in on a little secret, sharing that next week will be the houseguests’ greatest dread – a triple eviction.
Big Brother Canada airs Wednesdays at 7 p.m. ET/PT, Thursdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT, and Mondays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Global. Viewers who miss an episode can catch up following the broadcast the next day On Demand, and on GlobalTV.com and Global GO (now available on Apple TV). And if that’s not enough, fans can also watch all of the in-between action on the live feeds from the Big Brother Canada house on BigBrotherCanada.ca.
Plus, all season long, viewers can catch After the Eviction, an exclusive weekly series hosted by Arisa Cox available across all social platforms, presented by Shaw. Following Wednesday night’s Power of Veto episodes, fans can submit all their burning questions on the Big Brother Canada Facebook page and catch the answers on After the Eviction on Fridays at 10 a.m. ET as part of the evicted houseguests’ extended interviews.
The Season 6 houseguests are competing for a grand prize of $100,000, a European dream vacation for two courtesy of Air Transat, and a $30,000 home furnishing makeover from The Brick.
Commissioned by Corus Entertainment, Season 6 of Big Brother Canada is produced by Insight Productions in association with Corus Entertainment and Endemol Shine. Executive producers are John Brunton and Erin Brock.
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Insight Productions, known for its award-winning ratings juggernauts, is Canada’s most established content producer. Headed by John Brunton & Barbara Bowlby, Insight is an industry leader in the development, financing, and production of hit programming, both scripted and unscripted, as well as digital content. Erin Brock serves as showrunner on Big Brother Canada – the most watched reality program across specialty channels in Canada. Big Brother Canada, The Amazing Race Canada, The JUNO Awards 2017, Top Chef Canada, Canada Day 150! From Coast to Coast to Coast, and Canada’s New Year’s Eve – Countdown to 2017 were collectively nominated for 24 Canadian Screen Awards in 2018. Other productions include The Launch, Intervention, Ready Or Not, Falcon Beach, Hatching, Matching & Dispatching, A Fury Christmas, and Canadian Idol. In 2017, Insight produced The Tragically Hip: A National Celebration, a live concert special watched by one in three Canadians. Insight Productions was founded in 1979 and has since created thousands of hours of groundbreaking content.
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