Is your favorite ‘Survivor’ coming back? The cast of season 31 was voted on by the fans — so who made the cut?
After that crazy finale of Survivor: Worlds Apart on May 20, Jeff Probst announced the lineup that we’ve been waiting for: the first ever Survivor of all old contestants, that was voted on by fans! (Side note: one person that would not be back was Dan Foley, who Jeff burned during the reunion.)
We started with 18…and now we’re down to 1! After weeks of crazy twists and blindsides, [SPOILER] was announced as the winner of ‘Survivor: Worlds Apart’ during the show’s live finale on May 20. Congrats!
It’s been one WILD season of Survivor — even in the show’s 30th go-around, they’re still managing to keep things fresh! But even after all the insanity that ensued this season, there can only be one winner. Read on to find out who was voted champion of Survivor: Worlds Apart by their former tribe mates!
The Dec. 17 season finale of ‘Survivor: San Juan del Sur’ featured only one winner walking away with the $1 million prize. Did you favorite win it all?
After weeks of blood, sweat and tears, one Survivor: San Juan del Sur came out on top. The 29th season forced 18 loved ones to fight against each other for the series’ second Blood vs. Water match-up, and it all came down to Missy Payne, Jaclyn Schulz and Natalie Anderson!
Jimi Jamison, lead singer of ’80s rock bands Cobra and Survivor, has passed away at age 63 following a heart attack.
Jimi Jamison, an ’80s icon, has died at the age of 63 following a heart attack in his Northern California home, reports TMZ. Jimi was best known for reviving rock band Survivor in the mid-eighties after they suffered a slump following the release of “Eye Of The Tiger,” and giving the band a more heavy metal edge courtesy of Target and Cobra — other bands for which he was the lead singer.
From the beginning of ‘Survivor: Cagayan,’ one player stood out — he knew how to strategize, how to manipulate, and basically, how to survive. So I was beyond thrilled that on the season 28 finale, the right player won the $1 million.
When it came down to the final four on the May 21 finale of Survivor: Cagayan, Spencer Bledsoe, Yung “Woo” Hwang and Kassandra “Kass” McQuillen were shocked when Tony Vlachos revealed that that “special immunity idol” couldn’t even be used anymore — that could have been their chance to vote him out. So, how did he make it to the final two, and how did it all play out? Well, I’d say — the way it was supposed to. [Spoiler Alert: don’t read on if you don’t want to know who won!]
Season 28 of ‘Survivor’ wasn’t an easy one. What started with beauty, brains and brawn, ended with four backstabbing teammates — including one who lied about his career before making promises on his family’s lives … only to break them later. So who won ‘Survivor: Cagayan?’
After 40 days in Cagayan, a province in the Philippines, Survivor came to a grueling end, and one of the final four became the $1 million winner. Spencer Bledsoe, Yung “Woo” Hwang, Kassandra “Kass” McQuillen and Tony Vlachos all made it to the final episode — but who took home the title of Survivor on the May 21 finale?
Since I feel like it’s season 200 of ‘Survivor,’ my expectations aren’t especially high for entertaining, amazing, drama — but the season premiere of ‘Survivor: Cagayan’ proved me wrong.
Survivor: Cagayan has taken the three qualities that have been valuable in past seasons and made them into tribes — Beauty V. Brains V. Brawn. However, the Feb. 26 premiere proved that not only does being “book smart” not matter in the jungle, but having looks and being buff actually do help. Psst — don’t read on if you haven’t watched yet!
Do you think the right castaway won ‘Survivor: Blood Vs. Water?’ Drop a comment with your take on this season’s results!
After 39 days of beach-bumming and back-stabbing in the Philippines — more so the latter than the former — host Jeff Probst ushered in a new winner on the Dec. 15 finale of Survivor: Blood Vs. Water. Drumroll please…
In the 27th (!!!) season of ‘Survivor,’ contestants have a new, unique challenge: going against their loved ones in order to win.
After the 4th season of the 13-year-old hit show Survivor, tribes stopped being divided into simply two teams of eight. It then went off into tangents of age, gender, returning contestants, and more. However, the competition has never been returning contestants going against their loved ones! Looks like family rivalries and relationships are about to get heated in the Philippines!
‘Survivor: Caramoan’ finally crowned its winner on May 12, after a cutthroat season of blindsides, backstabbing and broken promises.
Once seen as a weakling, the most deserving player ended up winning on the season finale of Survivor: Caramoan — Fans vs. Favorites and took home $1 million!
So sad! After ten years together, ‘Survivor’ winners Ethan and Jenna are splitting up and will ‘move on without each other.’
Ethan Zohn and Jenna Morasca have decided to call it a day after a decade long relationship. The couple, who met after starring in the Survivor franchise, began dating in 2003 after Jenna won Survivor: The Amazon. The pair, who have no children, have split amicably and have asked for their privacy to be respected. Read on to see their full statement.
What the heck were the Villains thinking voting off Rob last night on Survivor?! He was the only reason I watched! UGH!
A travesty occurred on Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains last night, and I’m so freaking frustrated I can barely write. How dare the Villains send Boston Rob packing?Read more
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