Kelly Bedard

Before we announce the winners of the 2017 MyEntWorld Critics’ Pick Awards, we’re proud to present…

  Kelly Bedard

We’re in the exact opposite position from last year at this time. Poised, again, at the precipice of a new season of Survivor and facing the final days of Big Brother, we’re this time saying goodbye to a season we far-from-loved (in contrast to BB16, which topped our all-time season rankings) and looking forward to […]

  Tim Collins

As time goes on, the houseguests in Big Brother seem to get wiser about needing to develop a strong alliance early on. Unfortunately, they don’t seem to learn one key lesson from their recent predecessors: alliances made in week one almost never last. Case in point: the all-girls alliance of DaVonne, Shelli, and Audrey. Second […]

  Tim Collins

After such an amazing season last summer, it’s hard to be too excited about the return of Big Brother. With just five episodes under the belt, it’s still hard to be excited…but there’s some potential. Let’s breakdown all of this year’s twists before we dive into the houseguests. Back on premiere night, Julie promised a […]

  Kelly Bedard

Before we announce the winners of the 2014 My TV Awards, we’re proud to present our annual Nominee Interview Series. After the finale of Big Brother 16, our staff BB experts set about creating a definitive ranking of every season to date. We didn’t agree on much but there was one thing we knew to be true- […]

  Kelly Bedard

This was a great year of TV. It was a massively terrible year for network TV with few new hits and tons of stupid cancellations (6 shows on this list have already been cancelled or are in their final season) but it was still a great year of TV because, while the executives were making […]

What a season! Reeling from the backlash against season 15’s controversy-laden and strategically paralyzed group of houseguests, the Big Brother powers that be got it together for season 16. They upped the ante with game-changing twists that actually changed the game, they came up with a slew of fun and interesting competitions and, most importantly, […]

  Tim Collins

When the Big Brother season starts to wind down, I tend to get bored. Generally, during the last few weeks the competitions are the only exciting part to look forward to. This season however, thankfully due to the best cast ever, has continued to entertain up until the very end. I strongly believe that last […]

  Tim Collins

The Big Brother producers must be SO happy: the reset button did exactly what they wanted. After winning HOH and the Power of Veto, Frankie went from being in the most powerful position in the house to being nominated. Going into Monday’s episode, Caleb had already been crowned as the new HOH and nominated Victoria […]

  Kelly Bedard

The self-aware absurdity of Bachelor in Paradise has come to an end, Project Runway is in full bitchy swing, the Big Brother editors are still trying to locate a villain in their most likeable cast ever, Survivor’s new season is quickly approaching. So now seems as good a time as any to philosophize on a topic […]

  Tim Collins

The final few weeks of Big Brother are inevitably a bit boring. At this point there are so few people left in the house that not much really happens. The competitions become the main attraction of each episode because most of the strategy is done. This season, the brains behind Big Brother decided to spice […]

  Tim Collins

Another week of Big Brother draws to a close as the last few weeks of the season approach. I must say that I’m impressed. It’s not often to see a solid alliance make it to all the way to the end and we’ve pretty much seen that with the remaining Bombsquaders (it’s tempting to keep […]

  Tim Collins

So much has happened in the last few weeks of Big Brother and we are gearing up for an intense final month. This past week saw the demise of Zach, who was taken out by his own best buddy Frankie. We saw Frankie go from target number 1 to HOH. We saw the return of […]

  Kelly Bedard

This is why I love reality TV. Most people watch it for the schadenfreude or escapism, but I tune in because if the greatest writer in the world had written tonight’s episode of Big Brother, it wouldn’t have been as brilliant as this was. Tonight’s Battle of the Block competition- including its lead up and […]

  Tim Collins

Critics and fans of Big Brother are arguing that this summer’s season is one of the best yet. Personally, I’ve had my reservations. Don’t get me wrong, the season is definitely entertaining and while I don’t think it is the best season yet, it certainly is the best cast yet. In fact, the amazing cast […]

  Tim Collins

Confession: Big Brother has bored me this season. I watch it, live it, and breathe it all summer but it just hasn’t piqued my interest quite yet. Sure, this year’s casting directors did a pretty awesome job, but by week 2 I was a bit underwhelmed. That all changed tonight. This has probably been the […]

  Kelly Bedard

Just one episode into week 2, this is shaping up to be a really great cast. After the starless void that was BB15, the evil masterminds over at Big Brother (who also managed to come up with something new and interesting for this week’s Battle of the Block instead of redressing an old idea) must […]

  Tim Collins

If I were a houseguest on Big Brother, I would treat the entire first week the same way I treat the series premiere of a TV show: sit back, enjoy, reserve judgment until you get one more week, and then commit to it or drop it. Sadly, I’m not a houseguest so instead I’m left […]

  Tim Collins

Big Brother returns in a few days for what’s sure to be another entertaining summer. In preparation for the premier, I spent my week doing what I do every year: assessing (okay hardcore judging) this year’s houseguests and new twists. The first big twists of season 16 is that there will be two Head(s) of […]

  Kelly Bedard

Before we announce the winners of the 2013 My TV Awards, we’re proud to present our annual Nominee Interview Series. Last year’s season of our favourite ode to claustrophobia was rough. Plagued by unpopular houseguests who disappointed the viewers with both generally weak strategy and seriously questionable personalities, Big Brother 15 was one of the most aggravating seasons in show […]

Before we announce the winners of the 2013 My TV Awards, we’re proud to present our annual Nominee Interview Series. Last year’s season of our favourite ode to claustrophobia was rough. Plagued by unpopular houseguests who disappointed the viewers with both generally weak strategy and seriously questionable personalities, Big Brother 15 was one of the most aggravating seasons […]

  Kelly Bedard

This week, I finally decided to tackle writing about the 15th season of Big Brother. I love Big Brother, but this season is one of the least enjoyable possibly ever. No, it’s not infuriating because it’s full of racist houseguests (there have been tons of offensive houseguests in past seasons, read my thoughts on this […]

  Kelly Bedard

This is the first season that the prejudices of Big Brother’s “slice of America” cast have made national headlines and affected the game (and thus been actually broadcast on the CBS show). But it’s been happening for years. In a larger sense, I suppose it’s a good thing that, because of this show, there’s finally […]

This is my first time chiming in on season 15 of Big Brother so I’ve got plenty to say. It’s “the biggest season ever” and also one of the most frustrating. The season’s only great strategists lack both the subtlety and charm to compete on the level of the BB legends, the big competitors are […]

  Kelly Bedard

“Cochran’ll do better next time”. That’s what I said in my wrap up of the fall 2011 season of Survivor: South Pacific. I also said the following: “A lot’s been said about John Cochran over the course of this season and a lot of it’s been pretty unfair. There are those who were disappointed that […]

  Kelly Bedard

Guys, this might blow your minds. Ready? I’m starting to think that Big Brother Canada might be even better than its oh-so-good American counterpart. That never happens! There was a moment there when I felt like the Canadian dancers had the Americans beat on So You Think You Can Dance but then the disparity in […]