Big Brother 1 (Croatia)

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Big Brother Croatia
 
Season 1 (2004)
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The first Croatian season of Big Brother ran for 100 days, starting on 18 September 2004 and ending on 26 December 2004. It received high ratings and proved to be one of the rare successes for RTL Televizija in its first six months on Croatian television markets.

Despite huge commercial success and becoming cultural phenomenon of its season, the first season was subjected to much criticism. Andrija Hebrang, Croatian health minister at the time, complained about contestants smoking while the programme on air, which was against Croatian laws. In response to this, later live broadcasts were time-delayed. The show also created minor controversy due to a single homophobic statement ("If I knew I had a fag friend, I would kill him. I would kill him") made by Zdravko Lamot [1] [2].

Other critics complained about lack of diversity among contestants who didn't represent the average of Croatian population. They were mostly all in mid-20s, attending college, having liberal mindset and coming from well-to-do or upper-middle-class families. Another exception was Saša Tkalčević, 32-year old biker from Bjelovar, husband and father of two children. He almost immediately established himself as frontrunner, indicating that the audience for the show and pool of potential voters was much older than previously thought.

In this first season, there were 12 original housemates. Later, two new housemates entered the house.

Nominations Table[edit]

Week 2 Week 4 Week 5 Week 7 Week 9 Week 10 Week 11 Week 12 Week 13 Week 14
Final
Nominations received
Saša Egle,
Filip
Alen,
Marina
Alen,
Marina
Antonija,
Vlatka
Antonija,
Sanja
Antonija,
Marina
Antonija,
Marina
Antonija,
Valentina
Antonija,
Marina
Winner
(Day 100)
7
Zdravko Ozren,
Sanja
Krešo,
Ozren
Antonija,
Sanja
Sanja,
Vlatka
Marina,
Sanja
Antonija,
Marina
Antonija,
Valentina
Antonija,
Valentina
Antonija,
Marina
Runner-up
(Day 100)
13
Alen Ana,
Filip
Ana,
Ozren
Filip,
Valentina
Vlatka,
Željko
Sanja,
Valentina
Ana,
Valentina
Ana,
Antonija
Antonija,
Valentina
Antonija,
Saša
Third place
(Day 100)
20
Marina Egle,
Ozren
Ozren,
Sanja
Sanja,
Zdravko
Vlatka,
Željko
Sanja,
Željko
Saša,
Željko
Alen,
Ana
Antonija,
Saša
Saša,
Zdravko
Fourth place
(Day 100)
17
Antonija Alen,
Zdravko
Alen,
Ozren
Filip,
Zdravko
Saša,
Zdravko
Alen,
Željko
Alen,
Željko
Alen,
Zdravko
Marina,
Saša
Saša,
Zdravko
Evicted
(Day 91)
18
Valentina Egle,
Ozren
Krešo,
Ozren
Alen,
Filip
Alen,
Vlatka
Ana,
Željko
Alen,
Željko
Alen,
Ana
Alen,
Zdravko
Evicted
(Day 84)
9
Ana Alen,
Egle
Filip,
Ozren
Filip,
Marina
Vlatka,
Željko
Alen,
Željko
Alen,
Željko
Alen,
Marina
Evicted
(Day 77)
10
Željko Not in
House
Exempt Ana,
Antonija
Alen,
Marina
Alen,
Valentina
Evicted
(Day 70)
12
Sanja Alen,
Egle
Marina,
Zdravko
Marina,
Zdravko
Ana,
Vlatka
Marina,
Željko
Evicted
(Day 63)
9
Vlatka Not in
House
Exempt Marina,
Zdravko
Evicted
(Day 49)
7
Filip Antonija,
Ozren
Krešo,
Ozren
Antonija,
Valentina
Evicted
(Day 35)
7
Ozren Krešo,
Zdravko
Marina,
Zdravko
Walked
(Day 23)
14
Krešo Egle,
Ozren
Ana,
Ozren
Ejected
(Day 22)
5
Egle Krešo,
Ozren
Evicted
(Day 14)
6
Nomination notes none 1 2 none 3
Ejected none Krešo none
Walked none Ozren none
Nominated Egle,
Ozren
Krešo,
Marina,
Orzen
Filip,
Marina,
Zdravko
Vlatka,
Željko
Sanja,
Željko
Alen,
Željko
Alen,
Ana,
Antonija
Antonija,
Valentina
Antonija,
Saša
Alen,
Marina,
Saša,
Zdravko
Evicted Egle
71%
to evict
Eviction
cancelled
Filip
55%
to evict
Vlatka
84%
to evict
Sanja
73%
to evict
Željko
64%
to evict
Ana
51%
to evict
Valentina
63%
to evict
Antonija
80%
to evict
Marina
6%
to win
Alen
7%
to win
Zdravko
10%
to win
Saša
77%
to win

Notes[edit]

  • ^Note 1 : After Krešo left the House on Day 22, the public vote was suspended and the eviction was cancelled.
  • ^Note 2 : As new Housemates, Željko and Vlatko were exempt from the nominations process this week.
  • ^Note 3 : This week, the public were voting for a winner, rather than to evict.