A Fazenda 2 was the second season of the Brazilian reality television series A Fazenda which premiered November 15, 2009 with the finale airing on February 10, 2010 on the Record television network.
This season was confirmed on July 2009, before the finale of the first season by Rede Record. Britto Junior and Chris Couto reprise their hosting stints for the show.
The winner was 33-year-old actress Karina Bacchi from São Manuel, São Paulo, who defeated actor André Segatti with 56% of the votes.
Fellow contestant Ana Paula Oliveira was contender to be a competitor on A Fazenda 4, but ultimately did not return.
A Fazenda 2 Wikipedia
The second season was broadcast during the South American summer, following the winter airing of the previous season. Contestants spent Christmas and New Year's Eve inside the Farm. Both events aired live on Rede Record.
There were fourteen celebrity contestants competing for the grand prize, which was R$1,000,000 without tax allowances. The season lasted 89 days, an increase of a half-week over the previous season.
The main television coverage of A Fazenda 2 is screened in daily highlight programs that transmit Sundays to Fridays at 11:00 pm (UTC−3), Saturdays at 10:00 pm (UTC−3), with Sundays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays shows being broadcast live on Rede Record. The episodes summarize the events of the previous day in the Farm.
The cast list was officially unveiled at the launch night on Sunday, November 15, 2009.
Biographical information according to Record official series site, plus footnoted additions.
(ages stated are at time of contest)Note 1: At the launch night, the fourteen celebrity contestants competed in a live challenge. Andressa was the winner and became the first Farm Leader of season two.
Note 2: At the first round of nominations, Ana Paula and Caco tied after received four votes each. Sheila, the first nominee, had the casting vote and chose Ana Paula to be the second nominee.
Note 3: At the third round of nominations, André, Andressa and Caco tied after received two votes each. Bombom, the first nominee, had the casting vote and chose Caco to be the second nominee.
Note 4: At the seventh round of nominations, Caco and Igor tied after received three votes each. Cacau, the first nominee, had the casting vote and chose Igor to be the second nominee.
Note 5: At the eight round of nominations, Leozinho and Sheila tied after received two votes each. André, the first nominee, had the casting vote and chose Sheila to be the second nominee.
Note 6: The final four contestants competed in an immunity challenge. André won the challenge and was immune from the next eviction. Therefore, Igor, Karina and Mateus were automatically nominated for eviction by default.
Each point represents 60.000 households in São Paulo.