Big Brother (Sweden)

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Big Brother Sverige was the Swedish version of reality TV show Big Brother and was aired from 2000 to 2004 on Kanal 5 for four very successful seasons. In 2005 and 2006 it was merged with the Norwegian version of the show. New seasons of the Swedish series aired in 2011 and 2012.

Overall[edit]

Series Theme Launch Date Finale Date Days Housemates Winner Prize money Presenter
Big Brother 2000 None 4 September 2000 15 December 2000 103 13 Angelica Freij kr500,000 Adam Alsing
Big Brother 2002 None 26 January 2002 13 May 2002 108 15 Ulrica Andersson kr490,000 Adam Alsing
Big Brother 2003 None 25 January 2003 11 May 2003 107 13 Danne Sörensen kr500,000 Adam Alsing
Big Brother 2004 None 23 January 2004 10 May 2004 109 17 Carolina Gynning kr500,000 Adam Alsing
Big Brother 2005 Sweden vs. Norway 29 January 2005 22 May 2005 114 28 Britt Goodwin kr1,000,000 Adam Alsing & Brita Møystad Engseth
Big Brother 2006 Female Power 28 January 2006 22 May 2006 115 27 Jessica Lindgren kr1,000,000 Hannah Rosander & Brita Møystad Engseth
Big Brother 2011 None 19 February 2011 4 June 2011 107 27 Simon Danielsson kr500,000 Gry Forsell
Big Brother 2012 None 19 February 2012 3 June 2011 107 22 Hanna Johansson kr500,000 Gry Forsell

Big Brother 1[edit]

Big Brother Sverige
Season 1 (2000)

The first season of Big Brother Sverige started on September 4 and ended on December 15, 2000 lasting for 103 days. Being one of the first ten countries to air the format, the show saw several "worlds first" in the game.
After nine original contestants entered the house on launch night, Daniel Hellström would eventually walk only three days later. In the second week Eva Pederson, single mother of four, walked as well which was resulting in only seven housemates being eligible for the first nomination and two replacements making their way into the house before the very first official eviction.
Having a diverse cast, the audience witnessed a lot of arguments and misunderstandings between the contestants mainly between the "sexual experiental" housemates and the more conservative ones. Angelica Freij, 33 year old mother of six, felt offended by the close relationship between lesbian Anna Bäckelin and bisexual Paula Glantz. However in a conversation with Anna, she admitted of never having any contacts to homosexuals and the experience to live with some of them in the house (many housemates stated to be bisexual in that season) opened some new points of view for her which earned her a lot of sympathies by the viewers.
The girl-girl relationship between Paula and Anna got troubled when female's favorite Christoffer Jensen re-entered the house after being evicted and started to fancy Paula, who then decided "to go hetero" for the rest of the season and being concentrated on Christoffer mostly to Annas disappointment.
Together with Christoffer, two new housemates entered the house on Day 61 with only one of them eventually being allowed to stay in the house as the replacement contestant for Johan Hellström, who voluntary left the house close before. When the housemates voted for Christoffer to stay in the house, he became the first contestant to replace two different housemates (he has also been the replacement for Daniel Hellström earlier that series) and Big Brother saw its first double eviction with Camilla Björk and Dieck leaving the house at the very same time.
It was also the first time in Big Brother history that a replacement housemate made it to the final day (again Christoffer Jensen, who achieved the 2nd runner up position) and most prominently, that Angelica became the first woman worldwide to win the show.
Being responsible for the very first reality TV show Expedition Robinson, Sweden embraced its first local Big Brother season and the show was a huge rating hit.

Big Brother Stjärnveckan[edit]

Big Brother Stjärnveckan
Season 1 (2002)

After being off-air for more than a year, Big Brother Sverige returned with a spin-off called Big Brother Stjärnveckan (Week of the Stars) on January 20, 2002 lasting for six days only and is therefore the shortest version of any Big Brother series worldwide. Seven former Swedish contestants from several reality shows lived together in the house with daily evictions. The show was aired in the week before the start of the actual second season of Big Brother Sverige and was supposed to create excitement between the viewers.
The contestants that entered the house were Anki Lundberg from The Bar 3, Johan "Godzilla" Lennström and Anneli from Villa Medusa, Elizabeth "Lelle" Anderzén from Expedition Robinson 1998, Henric Olsson from The Bar 2, Robert "Robban" Andersson from Expedition Robinson 1999 and Karin Stor from the first Big Brother Sverige season. However, being the only person that already experienced to be in the house did not work in Karins favor as she was the first person to be evicted.
After a week, Anki Lundberg won the show on the day of the start of the second season.
The format with former reality contestants competing in a spin-off version of the show was used again in Denmark called Big Brother Reality Show Allstars and in a slightly different version in Belgium and the USA called Big Brother Allstars in both cases where only former BB contestants participated again.

Big Brother 2[edit]

Big Brother Sverige
Season 2 (2002)

Season two of Big Brother Sverige started on January 26, 2002, exactly on the day of Stjärnveckan's final lasting for 108 days until May 13 of the same year. To follow the footsteps of season one, the cast of the sophomore season included even more exotic and mostly very attractive contestants which saw more sexual interactions than any other Big Brother season of that time with once again a threeway relationship, this time between Dominique Pons and both Emma-Maria Carlsson and punk Kitty Jutbring. But when Emma-Maria voluntary left the house and Dominique was evicted in one of the earlier rounds the focus turned on other showmances such as between Elin Nilsson and Jacob Heidrich or Benjamin Sorani and Marie "Picasso" Pettersson.
Marie was earlier voted to become the replacement for Emma-Marie between three different girls that entered the house together and Benjamin has been originally evicted on Day 62 but was allowed a return a week later after a number of viewers were unable to vote in what has been a close vote between him and fellow-nominee Jacob. However when Big Brother offered the housemate that would walk 50,000 kronors Benjamin left the house voluntary only two weeks after his comeback.
For the third time in a row, the Swedish audience chose a female to win their Big Brother season - this time it was Ulrica Andersson from Karlstad but the most famous housemate resulting from that season was undoubtly Marie Picasso, who tried to break into music business with recording two singles and becoming the host of a call-in show without any significant success. In 2007 she auditioned for Swedens local version of Pop Idol called Idol 2007 which she actually won resulting in a no. 1 single called This Moment.

Nominations table[edit]

#1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8 #9 FINAL
Ulrica Peter
Anette
Benjamin
Jacob
Benjamin
Peter
Jacob
Benjamin
 ?
?
Jacob
Benjamin
Jacob
Alex
Jacob
Alex
No
Nominations
Winner
Alex Anette
Peter
Kitty
Ulrica
Adriana
Kitty
Kitty
Ulrica
 ?
?
Marie
Ulrica
Kitty
Ulrica
Ulrica
Elin
No
Nominations
Runner up
Jacob Anette
Peter
Dominique
Kitty
Adriana
Peter
Peter
Elin
 ?
?
Peter
Marie
Kitty
Ulrica
Ulrica
Elin
No
Nominations
Third place
Peter Anette
Dominique
Adriana
Ulrica
Adriana
Ulrica
Elen
Dominique
 ?
?
Elin
Alex
Elin
Alex
Elin
Jacob
No
Nominations
Evicted
(Day 104)
Elin Peter
Anette
Kalle
Dominique
Benjamin
Peter
Benjamin
Dominique
 ?
?
Marie
Benjamin
Peter
Alex
Peter
Alex
Evicted
(Day 97)
Kitty Peter
Dominique
Kalle
Dominique
Benjamin
Dominique
Dominique
Benjamin
 ?
?
Benjamin
Jacob
Alex
Jacob
Evicted
(Day 90)
Benjamin Adriana
Peter
Kitty
Ulrica
Kitty
Peter
Kitty
Ulrica
 ?
?
Ulrica
Kitty
Walked
(Day 83)
Marie Not in house Exempt Ulrica
Kitty
Evicted
(Day 76)
Dominique Anette
Adriana
Adriana
Ulrica
Adriana
Ulrica
Ulrica
Kitty
Evicted
(Day 48)
Adriana Peter
Dominique
Dominique
Kitty
Dominique
Peter
Evicted
(Day 34)
Emma-Marie Peter
Anette
Kalle
Ulrica
Peter
Benjamin
Walked
(Day 32)
Kalle Anette
Peter
Kitty
Ulrica
Evicted
(Day 20)
Anette Peter
Dominique
Evicted
(Day 6)
Notes none [1], [2] none [3] none [4] none
Up for
eviction
Anette
Peter
Dominique
Kalle
Kitty
Ulrica
Adriana
Banjamin
Peter
Benjamin
Dominique
Kitty
Ulrica
Benjamin
Jacob
Kitty
Ulrica
Marie
Ulrica
Alex
Kitty
Elin
Ulrica
All
housemates
All
housemates
Evicted Anette Kalle Adriana Dominique Benjamin Marie Kitty Elin Peter Jacob
Alex
Ulrica

Notes:
^1 Amelie, Lisa, and Marie were exempt from nominations and automatically nominated for eviction as they were new housemates. The two who received the most votes would be evicted.
^2 Due to technical problems with the fifth eviction, a number of viewers were unable to vote. As voting numbers between Benjamín and Jacob were close, it was decided to allow Benjamín to return.
^3 On day 83 Big brother made an offer to the seven remaining housemates. The offer was that if any housemate would leave the house they would receive 50,000 kronor, Benjamin accepted the offer.
^4 The public were voting for a winner. Peter received the least votes and was evicted.

Big Brother 3[edit]

Big Brother Sverige
Season 3 (2003)

Season three of Big Brother Sverige started on January 25, 2003, lasting for 107 days until May 11 of the same year.

Nominations table[edit]

#1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8 FINAL
Danne Not in house Marika
Lina
Caroline
Kajsa
Christian
Lina
Kajsa
Lina
Kajsa
Larssa
Kajsa
Larssa
Winner
Kajsa  ? Malin
Lina
Marika
Linda
Linda
Lina
Linda
Lina
Linda
Lina
Linda
Micke
Micke
Danne
Runner up
Larssa  ? Marika
Malin
Maricka
Christian
Caroline
Linda
Linda
Christian
Linda
Lina
Linda
Kajsa
Micke
Danne
Third place
Micke Not in house Maricka
Christian
Caroline
Lina
Lina
Larssa
Lina
Kajsa
Kasja
Larssa
Larssa
Kasja
Evicted
(Day 104)
Linda  ? Malin
Mattias
Christian
Marika
Caroline
Mattias
Mattias
Kajsa
Lina
Kajsa
Kajsa
Larssa
Evicted
(Day 90)
Lina  ? Malin
Mattias
Micke
Christian
Caroline
Kajsa
Kajsa
Mattias
Kajsa
Larssa
Evicted
(Day 76)
Mattias  ? Malin
Marika
Marika
Linda
Linda
Micke
Linda
Lina
Walked
(Day 63)
Christian  ? Malin
Linda
Marika
Micke
Walked
(Day 37)
Linda
Micke
Evicted
(Day 62)
Caroline Not in house Micke
Lina
Evicted
(Day 48)
Marika Nominated Mattias
Malin
Micke
Kajsa
Evicted
(Day 34)
Malin  ? Christian
Kajsa
Evicted
(Day 20)
Partick  ? Walked
(Day 9)
Peter Nominated Evicted
(Day 6)
Notes [5] none [6] none [7] none [8] none
Up for
eviction
Marika
Peter
Malin
Mattias
Christian
Marika
Caroline
Linda
Christian
Lina
Linda
Mattias
Kajsa
Lina
Kajsa
Linda
Kajsa
Larssa
Micke
All
housemates
Evicted Peter Malin Marika Caroline Christian Lina Linda Micke Larssa
Kajsa
Danne

Notes:
^1 In the first round of nominations the public voted for the housemates they wanted to be nominated. Since Marika and Peter received the most votes they were nominated for eviction and the housemates had to vote to evict one of them.
^2 Big brother awarded nomination points for rule breaking.
^3 Christian and Mattias were nominated by Big brother for rule breaking.
^4 Big Brother awarded Micke 4 points for rule breaking.

Big Brother 4[edit]

Big Brother Sverige
Season 4 (2004)

Season four of Big Brother Sverige started on January 23, 2004, lasting for 109 days until May 10 of the same year.

Nominations table[edit]

#1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8 FINAL
Carolina Jean
Ulrika
Olga
Ulrika
Stefan
Ulrika
Ulrika
Rebekah
Henrik
Nominated Stefan
Henrik
Heidi
Stefan
No
Nominations
Winner
Stefan Ulrika
Jean
Carolina
Marlene
Marlene
Carolina
Carolina
Ulrika
Rebekah
Nominated Carolina
Sirwan
Heidi
Carolina
No
Nominations
Runner up
Caroline Robin
Olga
Olga
Jocke
Carolina
Marlene
Henrik
Carolina
Sirwan
Nominated Sirwan
Henrik
Carolina
Heidi
No
Nominations
Third place
Henrik Not in house Carolina
Sirwan
Olivier
Exempt Henrik
Carolina
Heidi
Caroline
No
Nominations
Evicted
(Day 105)
Heidi Not in house Stefan
Henrik
Evicted
(Day 98)
Sirwan Not in house Olivier
Carolina
Ulrika
Nominated Sirwan
Carolina
Evicted
(Day 84)
Christian Not in house Walked
(Day 80)
Olivier Marlene
Ulrica
Carolina
Olga
Marlene
Carolina
Ulrika
Rebekah
Carolina
Nominated Walked
(Day 75)
Rebekah Not in house Carolina
Sirwan
Olivier
Nominated Evicted
(Day 70)
Ulrika Stefan
Carolina
Caroline
Angela
Carolina
Marlene
Olivier
Carolina
Stefan
Evicted
(Day 56)
Marlene Ulrika
Jean
Jocke
Jean
Stefan
Ulrika
Evicted
(Day 42)
Angela Robin
Olga
Marlene
Jean
Walked
(Day 33)
Foffo Caroline
Angela
Marlene
Caroline
Walked
(Day 33)
Jocke Caroline
Robin
Marlene
Olga
Walked
(Day 32)
Olga Angela
Jocke
Caroline
Marlene
Ejected
(Day 31)
Jean Marlene
Carolina
Marlene
Carolina
Evicted
(Day 28)
Robin Olga
Jcoke
Evicted
(Day 14)
Notes none [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14]
Up for
eviction
Robin
Ulrika
Carolina
Jean
Carolina
Caroline
Marlene
Olivier
Stefan
Ulrika
Carolina
Olivier
Ulrika
Carolina
Caroline
Olivier
Rebekah
Sirwan
Stefan
Sirwan
Henrik
Heidi
Stefan
All
housemates
Evicted Robin Jean Marlene Ulrika Rebekah Sirwan Heidi Henrik Caroline
Stefan
Carolina

Notes:
^1 Due to rule breaking, Big brother gave Carolina 2 extra nomination points, Foffo, Olivier, and Stefan 8 extra points and Jean 10 extra points.
^2 The nominations were voided by Big brother and all 6 housemates were put up for eviction.
^3 The 3 or more Housemates with the most points were up for eviction.
^4 Henrik won immunity from eviction, all other housemates were put up for eviction.
^5 In round six and seven of nominations only 2 Housemates could be up for eviction, so the housemate who received the most points could save one of the others.
^6 Two days before the final an eviction took place based on the amount of votes to win housemates had received so far. Since Henrik received the least amount of votes he was evicted.

Big Brother 2005[edit]

Big Brother 2006[edit]

Big Brother 2011[edit]

Big Brother 2012[edit]

See also[edit]