“I did everything I could, brother. I swear to you.” Those words from John Rocker about trying to keep his word to spare Val was the start of bitter feelings that bubbled to the top on tonight’s Survivor: San Juan Del Sur. Jeremy didn’t feel Rocker held true to his promise whatsoever in working to keep his wife safe. It quickly became Jeremy’s goal to get Rocker out of the game as soon as possible. Did it work?
I thought her lie of having found two hidden Idols was so bad that nobody would ever believe it. But Val Collins, the second person voted off Survivor: San Juan Del Sur, says her tribe definitely bought her lie to some extent. Plus, Val tells us why Tony Vlachos, the winner of last season’s Survivor: Cagayan, was always in her strategic mind. Dive inside for the full interview!
Wow! That was one hell of an Immunity challenge! Seriously! That was exciting stuff to watch. Drama. Tension. Emotions. Tears. Blood. Just take a look at that photo above! A true mashup of the “Blood Vs. Water” theme on Survivor: San Juan Del Sur. It was, without question, the best part of this episode that saw some of the worst lies I’ve ever seen on the show. Who is the bad liar? Who was voted off? It’s all inside…
Survivor: San Juan Del Sur — Blood Vs. Water only has half of its Twinnies remaining. Nadiya Anderson, two-time Amazing Race contestant, was the first person voted out of the game after her tribemates targeted her for her past reality TV experience. During our interview with Nadiya, she said Dale is a “loser,” expressed her disinterest in John Rocker’s baseball past, explained why Survivor is so much more intense than the Amazing Race and summed everything up by saying those left in the game (other than her twin sister) can go “screw themselves.”
Finally! After months of waiting, Survivor is back for its 29th season. 18 all-new castaways are putting their toes in the sand for Survivor: San Juan Del Sur — Blood Vs. Water in the epic reality battle for $1 million. Tyson Apostol was victorious the first time the Blood Vs. Water twist was put into action last fall. Who will prevail this time? I can’t wait to find out!
The 29th season of Survivor (yes, 29!) is ready to roll. With 18 all-new castaways, Survivor: San Juan Del Sur is returning to its Blood Vs. Water format for the second time. Although there aren’t any returning contestants from previous seasons, there are a few familiar faces. From a former Major League Baseball star to a pair of Amazing Race twins and a gay Christian couple, this season definitely has a diverse group of characters who are ready to outwit, outplay and outlast each other — and their own family members — for $1 million. Jump inside this article to read more about each cast member.
20 days. 20 webisodes. 13 crew members. More than 4,000 miles. Endless possibilities. That’s the basics of “Wayfaring” — a first-of-its-kind Web series. Malcolm Freberg, who competed on Survivor: Philippines and Survivor: Caramoan, is hosting this epic journey which, puts him at the whim of America’s decisions. Earlier today (July 1), Malcolm and his crew left Los Angeles for their first destination. And so the journey begins. But how does it all work and how can YOU have a vote in what Malcolm does on this raucous road trip? In an exclusive one-on-one chat with Malcolm, he explains all that “Wayfaring” has to offer from its concept to viewer interactivity. Skydiving? Sure. Will he be naked? Maybe. Getting a tattoo? Will any other former Survivor castaways be involved? Dive in for the full interview to find out…
Many Facebook and Twitter fans remember Lisa Whelchel as one of the final three players on Survivor Philippines. However, if you happen to be a child of the 1980′s, then you surely remember Lisa from The Facts Of Life as well. Get this – recently, Whelchel reunited with her former co-star, Charlotte Rae (Mrs. Garrett) and the pair shared an adorable selfie. You’re not going to want to miss this one!
The Survivor family is mourning the death of one of their own. Caleb Bankston, who competed on Survivor: Blood Vs. Water, died in an apparent work-related incident on Tuesday, June 24.
He didn’t win the $1 million on Survivor: Cagayan, but fan-favorite underdog Spencer Bledsoe did wind up with an apology letter from Jeff Probst. It all surrounded Probst’s passionate belief that Spencer didn’t have a shot in hell to succeed in the game. Much to Probst’s surprise, Spencer was one of the castaways playing his heart out. Spencer was fun to watch. Just moments after he was voted off in fourth place, Spencer took a few minutes to chat with our own Ryan Haidet about that secret letter from Probst, his take on Tony’s excellent gameplay and dishes advice to a future player. Watch the full interview inside this article.