Televisa, Sky take Big Brother back to Mexico | News | Rapid TV News
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Televisa is taking Big Brother back to Mexico through pay-TV on Sky and free-to-air (FTA) on Canal 5, with the cast ready to enter the house for up to 88 days, being filmed and listened to 24/7.

As always, the Big Brother participants will also be part of a multi-platform and social TV broadcast. Through Canal 5, Sky, El Break's recaps, the website, and social profiles in Twitter, @bigbrother_pm, and Facebook, and Big Brother PM, Televisa intends to keep fans well informed.

In addition to the regular show which kicks off on 21 September on Canal 5, the audience will be able to choose one of three candidates to enter the house three days later. The candidates will face several tests which will be broadcast exclusively online, so viewers can vote on social networks who they want to go in.

On Sky, Televisa will air a 24/7 HD channel with four live signals from the house and an interactive interface with several options. The 24/7 signal will also be available everywhere through the Blue To Go Video Everywhere platform and on Sky's Central American, reaching Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Guatemala, Panama, Honduras, El Salvador and the Dominican Republic.