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.
Survivor season 37 will be officially announced or teased at the end of the Survivor Ghost Island reunion. But many details, including a few famous cast members, have already become public.
Survivor is still strong, in the ratings and as a format, but the show is in a deep, boring rut of its own making.
There are two confirmed Survivor Ghost Island relationships—Kellyn Bechtold and Bradley Kleihege, plus Sebastian “Sea Bass” Noel and Jenna Bowman—and Michael Yerger and Libby Vincek may be a third.
A recap of Survivor Ghost Island episode 13, on which Laurel and Donathan once again have a chance to move against Dom and Wendell. Guess what happened?
Loved ones visit and Survivors have a chance to flip the game, but once again decline.
There was a new Survivor record set during an episode that introduced a new format for the standard double-elimination episode.
Details about how Jeff Probst arranges votes for the most dramatic reveal possible, plus a discussion of why I write about a show that sometimes annoys me, all in this Survivor-themed edition of Ask Andy.
A plan to blow up the game was blown up, and the aftermath of non-stop lying was life this season needed.
A recap of Survivor Ghost Island episode 9, “The Sea Slug Slugger,” which saw the return of the classic eating challenge, but this time with horrifying sound effects.