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.
Stranded contestants compete for $1 million on the iconic and groundbreaking CBS reality show.
The long-awaited all winners season of Survivor might actually be happening, according to a report from Inside Survivor about season 40.
Survivor: Edge of Extinction episode 9 ignored the reward challenge and headed to Tribal Council early, because that’s where the real drama was.
“Being able to accept all of myself, and not just part of myself, was a real transformational gift that Survivor gave me.”
This week on Survivor, Kama faced pressure to fracture, Lauren fainted, and a challenge offered another pathetic excuse for a reward.
So many players and twists and changes to the game, so little time to make it make sense.
In the aftermath of ABC’s reboot of the Anderson Cooper-hosted competition, two eventual Survivor players each hosted very different versions of The Mole.
If someone is voted out of Survivor with an immunity idol, extra vote, or other advantage, do they get to keep it on the Edge of Extinction?
On a special double episode of Survivor, things finally started happening, including a two-tribe Tribal Council.
The tribe swap was an excellent metaphor for this season: nothing happened.
Julia Carter has been essentially ignored so far on Survivor: Edge of Extinction, and she called out Jeff Probst and CBS for that.
Jeff Probst said that this “a very complex, layered game only eight days in,” but saying a thing does not make it true.
On the second episode of season 38, someone found an idol, a tribe considered a real blindside but took the easy way out instead, and Jeff Probst had fun with snakes.
At least long enough to include the title sequence, please!
The person who was thrown overboard first on Survivor Edge of Extinction was neither the weakest nor the most annoying, so why did they get those labels?