CBS has announced its fall premiere dates, including the return of Survivor and conclusion of Big Brother.
Stranded contestants compete for $1 million on the iconic and groundbreaking CBS reality show.
Julia Carter has written about her experiences on season 38, including the use of the n-word on day one, plus this season’s editing and her friendships with Ron and Reem.
Survivor season 40’s all-winner cast has been revealed. Original winner Richard Hatch is not competing, but nearly every winner from seasons 22 to 37 is returning.
In addition to her brief time on Survivor, Ashley was also a WWE wrestler—and joined a lawsuit claiming the organization failed to protect her and others from head injuries.
Survivor’s nightmare scenario essentially happened, as a player who wasn’t in the game for 28 days turned around and won $1 million.
Survivor season 39 has two returning players, but they won’t be playing the game. Instead, they’ll be part of a twist that sounds a lot like Ghost Island.
The Masked Singer will face off against Survivor this fall and next spring, unless CBS decides to move its venerable reality competition.
Rick Devens took the spotlight once again. One episode of this mediocre excuse of a season to go.
Erik Reichenbach, Natalie Bolton, Cirie Fields, Amanda Kimmel, Parvati Shallow, Eliza Orlins, Jeff Probst, and others have told the story of Survivor’s most unbelievable blindside ever.
The loved ones participated in a challenge! Meanwhile, Rick Devens’ showboating got even more attention.
Will everyone be on Survivor: Edge of Extinction’s jury? Is there any hope of return for those things Survivor has lost over the years?
Last week’s Kelley Wentworth vote played a role in this week’s blindside, yet with three weeks to go, this season still doesn’t have any real momentum.
A reliable spoiler site says that two former Survivor winners will be back, but only as a reward—which as appetizing as a pile of limp, cold pizza.
Survivor: Edge of Extinction had two immunity challenges and two long overdue votes, but of course the people voted out are still on the show and in the game.
The long-awaited all winners season of Survivor might actually be happening, according to a report from Inside Survivor about season 40.