Survivor David vs. Goliaths tribes swapped into three Goliath-dominated tribes. And then something unexpected happened. Plus: a new twist.
The CBS reality show that started it all.
Jeremy says he wasn’t blindsided, and blames his joke about a secret, off-camera showmance for his exit.
Survivor David vs. Goliath’s third episode was as pure and pleasurable an episode of Survivor as one can hope for.
In Survivor David vs. Goliath episode 2, a cyclone left everyone miserable, and led to some curious choices in game play.
In its 37th season premiere, Survivor showed its strength, but also its weaknesses.
Survivor seasons 39 and 40 may have Canadian contestants, now that the show has changed its rules.
In a podcast interview, Jeff Probst went into incredible detail about how he produces Survivor, and what his team’s priorities are. Here are highlights from that interview.
The 20 people competing on Survivor 37 have been announced, and host Jeff Probst explains how they fit into their tribes.
Jeff Probst had a revelation during production of season 37: Survivor is no longer made for its fans and viewers.
Survivor seasons 39 and 40 are now casting—without casting director Lynne Spiegel Spillman, who was fired earlier this summer.
Survivor 38’s big twist could mean that every single player is still eligible to win the show on day 36, during the last episode.
An interview with Austin Trupp, the creator of Survivor Maryland at the University of Maryland, which has been called “way better than anything CBS has put out in years.”
Lynne Spiegel Spillman, Survivor and The Amazing Race’s Emmy-nominated casting director, has been fired, according to a former Survivor cast member.
Survivor season 38 is titled Survivor: Edge of Extinction, and it has four returning players who may be acting as mentors or captains.
Survivor Ghost Island ended its season with a 2.5 hour finale that offered one big surprise.