All kinds of data about how hidden immunity idols have affected Survivor—and which Survivor contestants have played the most idols successfully.
If you need a metaphor for Survivor Heroes vs. Healers vs. Hustlers, the final immunity challenge will be sufficient: a relatively straightforward game which fell apart every time it seemed like it was making some progress. If you need yet another example for why this season, its players, and/or its editing frustrated me, look no further …
A company that casts seat fillers has sent a casting request for fans to fill seats during the Survivor Heroes vs. Healers vs. Hustlers live finale and reunion, and is looking for several specific fans, including some who may be interviewed by Jeff Probst on Wednesday’s live reunion.
During the double episode of Survivor on Nov. 29, Jeff Probst appeared during the commercials to encourage people to apply for the show. But he also offered some surprising advice on Twitter later that night.
Why did Survivor forgo its beautiful, signature challenge builds, complex puzzles, and frequently physical challenges and replace them with a random challenge—choosing marbles from a bag—that was less interesting to watch than a coin toss?
A recap of Survivor Heroes vs. Healers vs. Hustlers episode 12, “Not Going To Roll Over And Die,” during which everyone’s secrets were revealed and they played a drama-free game of marbles.
Going into these three episodes of Survivor—the pre-Thanksgiving episode and the two-hour episode last night, amusingly titled “Buy One, Get One Free”—I expected the merged tribe to just burn through the remaining three people who were in the minority alliance: Cole, Joe, and Mike. Conveniently, they also happened to be the most grating personalities remaining. But …