Another town to survive without women

Another town to survive without women

CBC has renewed the popular reality show The Week the Women Went for a second season. Tatamagouche, a fishing village in northern Nova Scotia, has been chosen as the setting for the next social experiment. The eight-part program observes small town men as they cope with managing children and household duties, while their women are […]

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CBC has renewed the popular reality show The Week the Women Went for a second season.

Tatamagouche, a fishing village in northern Nova Scotia, has been chosen as the setting for the next social experiment. The eight-part program observes small town men as they cope with managing children and household duties, while their women are whisked away for seven-days of fun and relaxation.

Production for the new instalment begins in September and is scheduled to air on CBC Television in January.

The first season of the show was set in Hardisty, a small town in east-central Alberta.


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  • I absolutely love the idea…as a mom who worked and went to school and took care of my daughter and ran the house I am not sure what man could have kept up with me…..not sure if the men are up to this…

  • we are all pretty excited about the program choosing our beautiful village with our outstanding, wonderful residents. Tatamagouche women are hard working and extremely loyal and very deserving of a week away (I know I am), just hope the men can handle the village in our absence!

  • wow i think its great ,we are a very lucky town , can hardly wait till we get on the bus,as for the men they will miss us when we are gone ,but you can bet we will miss them just as much.

  • I am so glad that Paperney and CBC decided to do a season 2 in a different part of the country. What a great way to showcase are magnicient country. I am sure the holiday was as top notch as our’s was in Canmore. Can’t wait to watch the show.

  • WE WATCH THE SHOW EVERY WEEK AND THINK ITS GREAT BUT ALL HUSBANDS ARE NOT THIS USELESS MINE ISN’T HE CAN COOK WATCH KIDS AND DO ALL JOBS AROUND THE HOUSE HE JUST CAN’T DO IT FOR THIS LENGTH OF TIME GOOD LUCK MEN …AND FOR HEAVEN SAKES PULL UP YOUR BOOTSTRAPS AND REMEMBER WHATS IMPORTANT IN LIFE