Sunday, December 26, 2004

Big Brother Croatia Update: Some Uncertainty Left

To be honest, I still haven't made up my mind whether to blog about final show live or whether to have detailed and more orderly text afterwards. Live blogging might be pointless because some of the tonight's events are as certain as they have been written in official history books.

For example, it is certain that Saša (Sasa) will leave the House last – at 23:15. It is somewhat less certain but very likely that Alen will be on second place. There is more uncertainty about third place – older voters might favour Marina while Zdravko might suffer a backlash because of spending too much time with Saša (Sasa) and creating material for all kinds of unpleasant rumours and speculations.

There are some questions unanswered. For example, whether Marina will be greeted by her ex-boyfriend Edi Grubišić (Edi Grubisic)? Or whether Alen can survive the onslaught of hundreds of fashion models, singers and other celebrity wannabe women that await him in Piranha Bar after midnight?

It is very certain that this Big Brother Croatia isn't the last. Production team has already announced that another instalment was planned for September 2005. However, an unconfirmed story appeared in Croatian Usenet newsgroups according to what Big Brother Croatia prepares another instalment for March. If this story is true, it makes a perfect sense. Why would RTL Televizija suffer through nine months of declining ratings when it could have two cash cows in the same years instead of one?

As I write this, official site seems to be down, just as it was at the very beginning. Probably because of too much traffic.


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