A recap of Survivor Millennials vs. Gen X’s episode four, on which several players demonstrated odd strategy, and Probst was hit by a wave.
A recap of Survivor Millennials vs. Gen X’s third episode, “Your Job is Recon,” during which we got a lesson in generational texting habits.
A report on top-paid television talent says Survivor host Jeff Probst makes more per episode than Shark Tanks’s sharks and the star of Scandal.
A recap of Survivor Millennials vs. Gen X’s second episode, “Love Goggles,” on which Figgy and Tails’ make-out sessions made them a target.
For a Survivor premiere, Survivor Millennials vs. Gen X had just about everything: choices, alliances, idol searches, a brand-new twist, miserable weather, beautiful cinematography capturing the miserable weather, a mass evacuation, paranoia, bros, puzzle failure, and an unexplained vote.
For an episode titled “May the Best Generation Win,” it had plenty of generation-defining generalizations. By the time the challenge rolled around, host and showrunner Jeff Probst was already body-shaming the Gen X tribe as a bunch of fat asses who couldn’t fit through part of a challenge, an obstacle through which the millennials’ lithe bodies just slipped through.
Tropical Cyclone Zena passed by Fiji on April 6 and led to the evacuation of both tribes camps and all 20 players on Survivor Millennials vs. Gen X.
Jeff Probst’s reaction was priceless.
The 20 people competing on this fall’s Survivor Millennials vs. Gen X have been announced by CBS, which says that “[e]ach group of 10 castaways possesses similar characteristics that represent their generation and help unify their tribe.” Of course, this is… continue reading
When Survivor’s 34th season debuts in 2017, the premiere will be the 500th episode of the show, according to host and showrunner Jeff Probst.
That’s a remarkable achievement for any television show: only three scripted prime-time shows have made it past 500, The Simpsons, Gunsmoke, and Lassie. Soap operas, game shows, and other unscripted shows have higher episodes counts; American Idol and The Real World have already surpassed 500.
CBS has announced the air dates for Survivor Millennials vs. Gen X’s premiere and Big Brother 18’s finale. Both shows will be 90 minutes each.
What we know about Survivor Millennials vs. Gen X, season 33, including its cast, twist, location, filming dates, and more.
CBS is bringing back its two globetrotting reality competition series, renewing both Survivor and The Amazing Race for the 2016-2017 season.
Almost 10 years after filming season 14 in Fiji, Survivor will return to the country for seasons 33 and 34, though not to the exact same location.