hack or not, CBS site was right about booted Survivor.+ the latest: Tonight’s episode proved that the revealed information was correct: Greg got the axe. And a number of media organizations have picked up the story about the latest Survivor saga. The Associated Press and Boston.com detail the screw up/hack/whatever. + earlier: Someone has posted …
Survivor knocks All-Star game out of the park.Not surprisingly, Survivor had 24.5 million viewers last week, easily trouncing NBC’s broadcast of the All-Star game, which had only 14.7 million viewers.
spoilers? everyone’s predicting Survivor’s winner. From people analyzing the CBS Web site gaffe to an Atlanta firm that is “staking [their] corporate necks” on their prediction, everyone’s got a guess. And they’re all different, too.
news station’s union wants Survivor plugs stopped. A Kansas City chapter of American Federation of Television and Radio Artists filed a complaint on behalf of the CBS affiliates’ on-air talent, who are sick of “shameless” Survivor updates.
Gretchen chats about alliances, conflict and the cow incident.In an MSN chat, Gretchen gives the details about life on the island, and also tells us to not “be so critical of the people on there. They really are a wonderful bunch of people.”
spoiler: Survivor winner revealed at CBS Web site? Sloppy Web production at CBS’ Survivor site might have revealed the winner. How? A chart of images (under the “survivors” heading) shows who’s been kicked off with little red Xs on the cast member’s photo. In the directory of images on the site, there’s a regular, unmarked …
Survivor’s kicking butt. Unlike its CBS sibling Big Brother, Survivor continues its upwards climb in the ratings. Wednesday’s episode–during which Gretchen was nailed by the alliance–drew 24.5 million viewers, a few more than last week.