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The result of the move request was: pages moved. (non-admin closure) Steel1943 (talk) 13:32, 10 December 2018 (UTC)
– This edition has been using various naming conventions over the years and from what I can tell it seems it was just in September 2018 they were realigned in accordance with the outdated guidelines of WP:BIGBRO. After researching this edition the first ten seasons of Gran Hermano (Spanish TV series) used the same logo and in the opening credits had no distinction (i.e. numbers or subtitles) between individual seasons. The broadcaster started to give each season a distinctive name with the tenth season (i.e. Gran Hermano 10) however this isn't consistent. The thirteenth season was named Gran Hermano 12+1 which is attributed to the superstition that the host had about the number 13 being bad luck.  The fourteenth season used the Spanish spelling of the number 14 (see logo in article). Some seasons like the eighteenth season uses subtitles (i.e. the 18th season is called Gran Hermano Revolution not Gran Hermano 18. (Article from official site)) I also couldn't find any sources prior to 2008 that would support the current naming convention for seasons 1-9 under WP:COMMONNAME. For these reasons above I think it is best that the season articles of Gran Hermano (Spanish TV series) follow the standard WP:NCTV guidelines. I'm also including the season articles for Gran Hermano VIP in this move request because I can't find sources establishing the current naming convention for the first two seasons. Also from looking at the opening credits from the more recent seasons the name is displayed as "GH VIP" with no numbers, years or subtitles. So again standard WP:NCTV guidelines should be followed here. Alucard 16❯❯❯ chat? 12:56, 1 December 2018 (UTC)
- Support per nom's research. Since there is no one consistent style that the producers used that can apply to all articles (#, year, subtitle), the correct style would be the standard WP:NCTV style of "<TV program> (<Country> season <#>)" --Gonnym (talk) 13:20, 1 December 2018 (UTC)
- Support per nom and Gonnym. --IJBall (contribs • talk) 16:31, 1 December 2018 (UTC)
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