“Is it acceptable to you that your two top reality shows allow this behavior and continue to perpetuate stereotypes through the choices the producers are making in editing and in production?”, I asked CBS’ top entertainment executives.
Survivor Edge of Extinction
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’s nightmare scenario essentially happened, as a player who wasn’t in the game for 28 days turned around and won $1 million.
Rick Devens took the spotlight once again. One episode of this mediocre excuse of a season to go.
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.
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.
Survivor: Edge of Extinction episode 9 ignored the reward challenge and headed to Tribal Council early, because that’s where the real drama was.
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.
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.