The wait is almost over as Global prepares to throw a fresh group of Canadians into the nation’s craziest house when Big Brother Canada returns with its fourth season, kicking off on Wednesday, Mar. 2.

Once again, the host Arisa Cox will preside over the shenanigans taking place inside the house, with episodes airing on new nights: Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT, Thursdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT and Sundays at 7 p.m. ET/PT. In addition, hardcore fans can avail themselves of even more when the Big Brother Canada Side Show, Big Brother Canada After Dark (airing seven nights a week), and, of course, the always addictive free live feeds will be available to watch 24/7 on

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Arissa will be joined on the Side Show (debuting Friday, Mar. 4 on Slice) by season one’s Peter Brown and last season’s winner Sarah Hanlon, who will analyze strategy, make predictions, discuss the showmances and generally talk viewers through each episode’s exploits.

“The support viewers have shown Big Brother Canada over the past three seasons has been nothing short of phenomenal,” said Christine Shipton, SVP, Content, Shaw Media. “Last season was the most-watched, most-talked about season yet and in season four we’re taking Canadians on an even wilder ride.”

Adds John Brunton, Chairman & CEO, Insight Production Company Ltd.: “Each season we look to raise the bar and give viewers of Big Brother Canada even more riveting surprises and unpredictable turns. Season four is no exception — viewers will love what we have in store for them.”

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Following a coast-to-coast casting call, a new group of houseguests will be moving into an overhauled Big Brother Canada house outfitted wall-to-wall with cameras and microphones capturing their every move as they compete for a grand prize of $100,000, a $25,000 gift card from The Brick, and an OxiClean prize pack valued at $10,000 that includes $500 of fabric care products and a $9,500 wardrobe makeover.