A Fazenda

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A Fazenda
A Fazenda logo.jpg
Genre Reality Show
Created by Strix Television
Sony Pictures Television
Developed by 2waytraffic
Presented by Roberto Justus (2015-present)
Britto Junior (2009-2014)
Opening theme Stayin' AliveBee Gees
(instrumental country remix)
Country of origin Brazil
Original language(s) Portuguese
No. of seasons 8
No. of episodes 540
Location(s) Itu, São Paulo, Brazil
Running time 60 minutes
Original network Record
Picture format SDTV (2009–2010)
HDTV (2011–present)
Original release May 31, 2009 – present
Related shows The Farm
Fazenda de Verão

A Fazenda (Portuguese pronunciation: [a fɐˈzẽdɐ], English: The Farm) is the current Brazilian version of the The Farm reality television show based on the Swedish television series of the same name that was originally created in 2001 by Strix and produced in association with Sony Entertainment and Endemol. The series premiered on May 31, 2009 on Rede Record.[1]

The show is based on a group of celebrities living together twenty-four hours a day in a Farm (located in Itu, São Paulo, Brazil), isolated from the outside world (primarily from mass media, such as newspapers, telephones, television and the internet) while having all their steps followed by cameras around-the-clock, with no privacy for three months.[2]

The contestants compete for the chance to win the grand prize by avoiding weekly eviction, until the last celebrity remains at the end of the season that can claim the grand prize.[3]

The show is presented by news reporter Britto Júnior alongside Chris Couto (from seasons 1–5) and Juliana Camargo (since season 6) and directed by Rodrigo Carelli. Since 2010, the subscription-based live feeds are available directly through R7.com. In order to preserve the drama for television broadcasts, Rede Record does not webcast certain moments that transpire in the house, including weekly competitions. Slanderous statements and singing of copyrighted music are also blocked for legal reasons.[4][5]


The show features 14–17 celebrities who are sequestered in the Farm with no contact to or from the outside world. while having all their steps followed by cameras around-the-clock. Each week, the contestants take part in several compulsory challenges that determine who will win the power in the Farm.


Season Winner Runner-up Third place Contestants
1 Dado Dolabella Danni Carlos Carlinhos da Silva 15
2 Karina Bacchi André Segatti Mateus Rocha 14
3 Daniel Bueno Sérgio Abreu Lisi Benitez 15
4 Joana Machado Monique Evans Raquel Pacheco 16
5 Viviane Araújo Felipe Folgosi Léo Áquilla 16
6 Bárbara Evans Denise Rocha Marcos Óliver 16
7 DH Silveira Babi Rossi Heloisa Faissol 17
8 Douglas Sampaio Ana Paula Minerato Luka Ribeiro 16

Fazenda de Verão[edit]

Fazenda de Verão title card.

Fazenda de Verão (English: Summer Farm) was spin-off of A Fazenda, but with anonymous people, instead of the celebrities playing the role of housemates. Rodrigo Faro was the host, replacing Britto Junior from the main celebrity version. The grand prize was R$1 million with tax allowances.[6]

Season Winner Runner-up Third place Contestants
1 Angelis Borges Isis Gomes Thyago Gesta 22


All numbers are in points and provided by IBOPE.

Season Timeslot (UTC–3) Episodes Premiered Ended TV season Viewers
(in points)
Date Premiere viewers
(in points)
Date Finale viewers
(in points)
1 Everyday
9:30 pm
85 May 31 16 August 23 21 2009–10 13
2 Everyday
9:30 pm
88 November 15 19 February 10 19 09
3 Everyday
11:15 pm
85 September 28 20 December 21 17 2010–11 15
4 Everyday
11:15 pm
86 July 19 16 October 12 15 2011–12 11
5 Everyday
10:30 pm
93 May 29 17 August 29 18 2012–13 11
6 Everyday
11:15 pm
100 June 23 16 September 29 12 2013–14 09
7 Everyday
10:30 pm
90 September 14 12 December 10 11 2014–15 09
8 Everyday
10:30 pm
78 September 23 13 December 8 10 2015–16 10
9 Everyday
10:45 pm
TBD September 12 - December - 2017 -

2009: 55.000 households
2010: 55.000 households
2011: 58.000 households
2012: 60.000 households
2013: 62.000 households
2014: 65.000 households
2015: 67.000 households
2017: 70.500 households


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