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Big Brother (Croatia) is the Croatian version of the reality show Big Brother.

How it Works

Big Brother Croatia is a reality show shown on RTL Televizija 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.

House

In the first four seasons (and the Celebrity season) the house was located in Jadran Film studios, in the Dubrava section of Zagreb. In season 5, the house of Big Brother Thailand was used.

Series

Big Brother Croatia Seasons
Season Season Run Days Housemates Winner Runner(s)-Up
International Logo of Big Brother
Big Brother Croatia 1
September 18, 2004 -
December 26, 2004
100 14
Saša Tkalčević
Zdravko Lamot
BBCroatia2
Big Brother Croatia 2
September 4, 2005 -
December 30, 2005
118 21
Hamdija Seferović
Daca Bosančić
BBCroatia3
Big Brother Croatia 3
September 8, 2006 -
December 15, 2006
99 14
Danijel Rimarić
Tomislav Šimićević
BBCroatia4
Big Brother Croatia 4
September 7, 2007 -
December 21, 2007
106 15
Vedran Lovrenčić
Maja-Paola Sestrić
Celebrity Big Brother Croatia
Celebrity Big Brother Croatia 1
March 7, 2008 -
March 21, 2008
14 8
Danijela Dvornik
Marina Orsag
BBCroatia5
Big Brother Croatia 5
September 5, 2008 -
December 19, 2008
106 17
Krešimir Duvančić
Ornela Bešker-Amulić
BBCroatia6
Big Brother Croatia 6
April 17, 2016 -
June 3, 2016
50 15
Romano Obilinović
Ines Huskić
Kocka Kocijan
Croatia 7 Eye
Big Brother Croatia 7
January 27, 2018 -
May 6, 2018
100 31
Orky Orač
Lucija Stojak

Trivia

  • Big Brother Croatia holds the record for having the most regular seasons (seven) with only male contestants winning the show each year (although the celebrity edition was won by a woman). Daca from season 2 and Maja Paola from season 4 came very close though, losing by only 2% difference to the eventual winners Hamdija and Vedran, respectively.

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