If they didn’t vote him out, Tyler Fredrickson says he was going to win Survivor: Worlds Apart. But his game was cut short at the final seven. In my one-on-one chat with Tyler, he revealed who he was planning on taking to the end, explained why Carolyn was his next target despite being such close allies and discussed who he hopes viewers will vote to bring back on Survivor: Second Chance. Plus, he talked about who was picked over him to compete on a previous season. Enjoy!
“We are doing something truly historic,” host Jeff Probst said at the close of this week’s Survivor: Worlds Apart episode. “We are turning the show over to you.” For the first time ever, fans have a helping hand in the casting process for season 31, currently known as Survivor: Second Chance. From Wednesday, May 6 until 9 p.m. Wednesday, May 20 (finale night), fans can vote for their picks of who they want to play the game again. Find out who is among the former castaways eligible for the vote inside this article.
Somebody bring out the cake and presents! It’s Rodney’s birthday! But there was no celebration or party. Nope. Instead, Rodney spent the day angrily complaining about his Reward challenge misfortunes on Survivor: Worlds Apart. His pouting sprouted a plan that he thought was solid enough to get Mike out of the game at last.
Shirin Oskooi had a whirlwind experience on Survivor: Worlds Apart. From her crazy commentary about witnessing monkey sex, to bringing domestic violence issues to light, her time on the show is among the most memorable this season. In my one-on-one interview with Shirin, she explained what was the most powerful moment in the game for her before revealing her thoughts on Dan getting backlash from viewers for the way he treated her. Plus, she described how she ultimately landed on season 30 with a complete play-by-play of why that monkey sex was so great to watch. This is, by far, the best, most entertaining interview I’ve done all season long. I think you’re going to enjoy this one a lot!
Mike Holloway is proving to be, without a doubt, the most strategic player on Survivor: Worlds Apart. He made a move at Tribal Council that dropped some jaws and forced a tight alliance to question their future in the game. What did he do? Find out inside this in-depth recap.
As you can tell from the photo above, Jenn Brown wasn’t upset whatsoever with being voted off Survivor: Worlds Apart. In fact, she welcomed her elimination with a smile sprawled across her face. But what was the real motivation for her wanting out of the game so badly? Jenn explained her reasoning during our one-on-one interview in which she also discussed why she wasn’t playing to win $1 million. And for those of you who think Jenn was a quitter, she has a message for you to read.
What rests inside the box pictured above is a surprising twist that was introduced during the Survivor: Worlds Apart auction. And this mysterious advantage was just one element in a drama-filled hour that brought big fights and several jaw-dropping moments that began with a Survivor auction like never before. This was — by far — the best, most insane episode all season.
Something big is coming to Survivor: Worlds Apart. This week’s episode will deliver a first-of-its-kind twist that nobody will see coming — and it’s a powerful element that will change the game. WARNING: Turn back now if you don’t want this big twist spoiled… If you can’t wait for Wednesday’s episode, get the secrets by clicking inside this story.
Joe Anglim never gave up hope that his fake Idol scheme would spare him on Survivor: Worlds Apart. In fact, he even tried to convince himself that his phony Idol was the real deal. But despite all his efforts, it didn’t pay off and he was booted out of the game as the second member of the jury. In my one-on-one chat with Joe, he discussed why he gave the fake Idol to Mike at the start of Tribal Council, revealed his take on Jenn’s desire to be eliminated and talked about who he wanted to take to the end with him.