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Survivor : Worlds Apart Finale - See How Mike Did It

May 22nd, 2015 6:22am EDT
Survivor : Worlds Apart Finale – The Only Choice Was Mike
Jeff Probst greets us, live from Los Angeles, where he, the Blue, White and No Collar Survivors, a studio audience, and 27 people competing to be on the next Survivor series, are about to watch the finale AND reunion episode of the current series.

Survivor is once again Number One in the ratings, so let’s all take this time to see who takes home the million dollar prize. I started writing this recap at 7 in the morning, and it’s now 4 p.m.

Out of the eighteen players who began the season, we’re now down to just five; Rodney, Mike, Will, Carolyn and Sierra. The Blue Collar tribe took the l...
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Things Heat Up On ‘Survivors’… Who Was Voted Out?

May 14th, 2015 2:19pm EDT
'Survivor : Worlds Apart' – Dan’s Advantage Can’t Save Him
Previously on, Survivor: The game seemed simple; it was everyone versus Mike. But below the surface, there was so much more. Dan won an advantage in the game, an additional vote at Tribal Council. And both Carolyn and Mike had Hidden Immunity Idols. Meanwhile, Birthday Boy Rodney started to self-destruct. Carolyn considered teaming up with Mike. At the last Immunity Challenge, Carolyn won her second immunity in a row. At Tribal Council, Mike played his idol, forcing the majority alliance of six to finally turn on each other. In the end, they voted out Tyler. Now Mike is left without any...
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Survivor: Holding On For Dear Life

May 7th, 2015 11:57am EDT
Survivor
Previously on, Survivor: Rodney was putting together a strong alliance, but being in charge doesn’t always lead to happiness. Tyler and Carolyn discovered the power of Dan’s advantage. After exposing Rodney’s secret alliance, everyone was targeting Mike, but he was unstoppable at Immunity Challenges. And at Tribal Council, he revealed his Hidden Immunity Idol to shake up the majority of six. Although Tyler and Will changed their votes to Dan, Shirin was sent home.

Seven are left. Who will be voted out tonight?

After Tribal Council, Dan wanted to know who’d voted for him. Will tried to sh...
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'Survivor': The Alliance Of 6 Begins To Crumble

May 1st, 2015 7:20am EDT
Survivor : Worlds Apart – Shirin’s Out – Now The Cannibalizing B
Previously on, Survivor: Mike knew he was in trouble, and tried to buy an advantage at the auction. But Dan was the lucky one, winning a second vote at Tribal Council. Back at camp, Mike had no intention of going down without a fight. With the Hidden Immunity Idol already in his pocket, Mike won Individual Immunity. Facing Tribal Council, Mike tried to warn Dan and Sierra about being on the bottom, while Will made things personal with Shirin.

At Tribal Council, Shirin opened up about her past with a father who would verbally assault her. But it was Jenn that became the 10th person voted o...
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Survivor Worlds Apart: 'Bring The Popcorn'

April 23rd, 2015 1:38pm EDT
Survivor : Worlds Apart – Jenn Finally Gets Her Wish – And An Ov
Previously on, Survivor: Joe, Shirin and Jenn were stuck on the bottom, against a majority alliance of seven. But Shirin had a plan to shake things up. She warned Mike about a secret alliance of Carolyn, Will, Tyler and Rodney within the seven. At Tribal Council it came down to two No Collars – Joe vs Jenn. In the end, they took out Joe, the biggest threat in challenges.

Nine are left. Who will be voted out tonight?

With Joe gone, Rodney tells Carolyn, Will and Tyler that the time is right to take out Mike. Mike overhears their conversation and realizes he’s got to find another advantag...
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'Survivor': Good Guy Joe Sent Packing

April 16th, 2015 1:21pm EDT
Survivor : Worlds Apart
Previously on, Survivor: After the merge, Rodney had control of the majority alliance, as well as a secret alliance with Will, Tyler and Caroline. For Joe, it was a different story; his No Collars and Shirin were on the bottom. And even though he found the clue to the Hidden Immunity Idol, the majority alliance wouldn’t let him out of their sight. Mike beat him to the punch, and found the Idol.

At Tribal Council, sparks flew between Dan and Shirin. But it was Hali who was sent home.

Ten are left. Who will be voted out tonight?

Back at the beach, Shirin worries that she could be next to ...
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'Survivor’: Eleven Are Left, Who Gets Voted Off?

April 9th, 2015 11:28am EDT
Survivor - Hali Is Blindsided
Previously on, Survivor: After 17 days, Nagarote and Escameca finally merged, to form an new tribe they called #Merica. And at the first Immunity Challenge, Joe again outlasted all the rest. Facing Tribal Council, Mike tested Will’s allegiance by asking him to vote for Hali, while the rest of his alliance voted for Jenn.

But the real battle for power was between the Blue Collars, who were targeting Jenn, versus the No Collars, who were targeting Kelly, with White Collar in the middle, deciding who would gain control. At Tribal Council, Shirin stuck with the No Collars, while Tyler, Caroli...
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'Survivor' Who Doesn't Survive The Merge?

April 3rd, 2015 1:50pm EDT
Kelly Doesn't Survive Merge
Previously on, Survivor:

After a surprise switch, Kelly was the only blue collar member on the new Nagarote tribe. But in blue collar fashion, her old tribe decided to throw the Immunity Challenge, in order to protect one of their own, and keep the blue collar numbers strong

With Escameca facing Tribal Council, all eyes were on Joe, the biggest threat in challenges. But the Blue Collars began to notice Rodney and Joaquin’s budding bromance. At Tribal Council, Rodney was shocked when his new ally was voted out.

Twelve are left – who will be voted out tonight?

On the Escameca beach, Rodne...
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'Survivor' Winner Winner, Chicken Dinner

March 20th, 2015 8:28am EDT
Survivor - Winner Winner, Chicken Dinner
Previously on Survivor: Shirin and Max have made themselves outcasts on the White Collar tribe by opting to not wear clothing. The Blue tribe had their own problems, as Mike struggled to get everyone’s work ethics to kick in. No Collar lost another Immunity Challenge, and Nina was sent home.

After Tribal Council, the No Collar tribe told Will that his name had come up twice in the vote because the alliance of three was worried that Nina might have found a Hidden Immunity Idol. Will still believes that he will be the next voted out, should they lose another challenge.

The next day, Mike ma...
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Which 'Survivor' Took An Early Exit Last Night?

March 5th, 2015 11:44am EST
'Survivor : Worlds Apart' Recap - Vince: 'I Was Gonna Take Them
Last time on, Survivor: The three tribes seem to be embodying their names. The No Collars are chillin’, but there’s a power struggle going on in Vince’s mind – Joe’s abilities and likeability are making Vince jealous. The Blue Collars are working hard and playing hard. And the White Collars are floundering; they’ve got too many managers and not enough staff.

At the first Tribal Council, So was voted off the island. 17 are left. Who will be voted out tonight?

As the sun rises on Day Four, the Blues are enjoying the little crabs they’ve found on the beach, when Dan returns from a swim, minu...
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Survivor: Worlds Apart Premiere – And So It Begins

February 26th, 2015 12:27pm EST
Survivor
Yeehaw! It’s the 30th season of Survivor, and we’re going all cowboy this year! 18 plucky Americans, divided into three tribes, are jounced through the jungles of Nicaragua in the back of a pickup truck to meet our boy in blue, Jeff Probst.

Our contestants have been chosen based on their work styles. The White Collar group (the ones who make the rules,) Blue Collar (the ones who follow the rules,) and No Collar – those crazy freethinkers who live to break the rules. Why, there’s a No Collar fellow right now! You can tell because he looks vaguely like Fabio and has attached white feathers t...
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Survivor 2014: San Juan del Sur- Who Was The Winner?

December 18th, 2014 1:34pm EST
Survivor 2014: San Juan del Sur- And The Winner Is
Jeff Probst welcomes viewers to the final episode of Survivor, live from the reunion set in Los Angeles. We`ll first see the two hour finale, and then the live reunion show, where we’ll hopefully hear why people behaved the way they did in the game. Settle in – It`s time to find out who will take home the title of Sole Survivor, and the million dollar prize!

Previously on, Survivor: From 18 players, we’re now down to five; Keith, Baylor, Missy, Natalie and Jaclyn. It’s been difficult from the start, as loved ones were forced to battle against each other. Coyopa couldn’t win at challenges,...
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Survivor Recap: Outwit, Outplay, Outlast Trumps Trust

December 11th, 2014 11:55am EST
Survivor
Previously on, Survivor: After Jon blindsided Natalie’s ally Jeremy, and revealed he’d found another hidden idol, Natalie and Baylor wanted him out. When Jon won the Immunity Challenge, the majority alliance decided to vote out Keith.

Bu Natalie had a different plan, and at Tribal, Natalie secretly switched her vote to ruin Jon’s plan. Alec was voted out. Six are left; who will be voted out tonight?

Post Tribal, Natalie told her allies that she’d made a mistake in voting Alec, and thought that that was what she was supposed to do. Baylor could see through Natalie’s lies, but Jon was obliv...
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Survivor Recap: Both Reed and Alec Out In Double Time

December 5th, 2014 6:57pm EST
Survivor 2014
Previously on, Survivor: With Jeremy and Josh out of the game Reed thought it was time to make his big move. He convinced the majority alliance to split their votes between Jon and Keith. But at Tribal Council, nothing went right; both Keith and Jon played their idols, and Keith’s son Wes was voted out.

Eight are left – who will be voted out tonight?

Alec thought that Keith gave away the game at Tribal Council and no longer felt that he could trust Reed. Natalie was angry that Jon would not admit that it was her and Jaclyn’s intuition that made him to play the idol that saved him from the...
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'Survivor' Recap: Wes Wings It Out Of The Game

November 28th, 2014 9:21am EST
Survivor 2013: Blood vs. Water
Previously on, Survivor: After 24 days, seven had been voted out, and no idols had yet been played, leaving three idols still in the game. Keith and Jon are both holding idols, but one has not yet been found. Facing Tribal Council, Reed was the target of the majority alliance. But after Jeremy became suspicious that Jon had an idol, Jon convinced his alliance to vote Jeremy out of camp.

Nine are left, who will be voted out tonight?

Keith had been sure that the vote would be for Reed. Reed`s a gamer, and knows how to play the game. Now Keith doesn’t know what’s going on.

Reed takes advant...
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Survivor: A Flip Flop And A Blindsided Jeremy

November 20th, 2014 11:11am EST
Survivor: San Juan del Sur Recap - A Flip Flop And A Blindsided
Previously on, Survivor: After Josh recruited Jaclyn and Jon, there was a new power alliance. But when Jon was sent to Exile Island, and found a Hidden Immunity Idol, the males of their alliance showed their true cavemen colors. After Jeremy won Individual Immunity, Jon and Jaclyn flipped, and Josh was the 7th person to leave the island.

Ten are left; who will be voted out tonight?

The Huyopa Tribe was uneasy as they came home from Tribal Council. Reed was furious that boyfriend Josh was gone. Jon felt guilty for voting out Josh, but felt he’d had to go with Jaclyn’s instincts. Keith was ...
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Survivor: 'Wrinkle In The Plan' – Wes' Gas Leads To Josh's Loss

November 13th, 2014 11:48am EST
'Survivor: San Juan del Sur - Blood Vs Water' – Wes' Gas Leads t
Previously on, Survivor: After the merge, there were two battling alliances – one led by Jeremy, and the other by Josh. Both were trying to get Jon and Jaclyn onto their sides. Just when it looked like Jeremy would be voted out of the game, Julie quit - which changed everything.

11 are left .. Who will be voted out tonight?

Jon wants to get rid of Jeremy, but wonders if he’ll be perceived as deceitful. He sees both Jeremy and Josh as strong leaders, but thinks Jeremy is a bigger threat.

The tribe is greeted by Jeff Probst as they gather for a Reward Challenge. They’ll divide into two tea...
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Survivor: 'Million Dollar Decision'

November 6th, 2014 3:07pm EST
Survivor 2014
Previously on, Survivor – Hunahpu, having eaten all of their rice, traded almost everyone the tribe had won in exchange for a new bag of rice. The loss of their tarp was devastating for all when it began to rain, but Julie seemed unable to cope at all. However, Hunahpu again won immunity at the Challenge, and Coyopa, in a split tie between Dale and Keith, saw Dale and his fake immunity idol take the long walk home.

The Coyopa tribe thought they had everything in hand, with Keith next to leave. Despite Missy telling Keith that she was only doing what was necessary to keep daughter Baylor in...
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Survivor 2014: San Juan del Sur- Blood Vs Water – So Much For Loyalty

October 30th, 2014 4:54pm EDT
Survivor 2014
Previously on, Survivor – the tribes switched up, leaving the Coyopa tribe with 3 pairs of loved ones and a single, while the new Hunahpu contained 5 couples and just one pair.

Over at the new Hunahpu camp, Jeremy jockeyed for position, while the lack of food remained a serious problem. Hunahpu asked Jeff Probst if he’d consider a trade in exchange for another bag of rice.

After Tribal Council, Dale was angered at the vote ejecting his daughter Kelley. His only hope to stay in the game is to pretend that the icon he found early in game is the Hidden Immunity Idol.

The Hunahpu’s nervous...
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'Survivor' 2014: San Juan del Sur- Blood Vs Water – Kelley Pays For Dad Dale's Sins

October 23rd, 2014 11:02am EDT
Kelley Wentworth
Since Day One, Blood vs Water has been a tale of two tribes heading in opposite directions. Coyopa couldn’t win a challenge, and they weren’t getting along. Hunahpu was unbeaten and living like kings, but even they couldn’t live in peace. To get rid of the ‘snakes’ on his tribe, Drew threw an Immunity Challenge, and found himself voted out of the game.

After Tribal Council, the Hunahpu tribe were shocked but glad to have Drew out of the game. Jon, as Drew’s friend, worried that he’d be the next to go. Jeremy felt like the right move had been made, and that he was now in the tribe's best po...
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'Survivor 2014: San Juan del Sur' Recap: Rocker Out For The Count

October 9th, 2014 1:55pm EDT
Survivor 2014
Last time on, Survivor: John Rocker and Jeremy made a pact while on Exile Island to protect each other’s loved ones. But Rocker, believing Val had a Hidden Immunity Idol for protection, led a vote against her, and Val was voted out of her tribe.

After Tribal Council, Baylor realized how tenuous her place was in the group, even with her supposed ally, Josh. She can’t trust anyone now. Meanwhile, Josh felt that John Rocker had lost credibility within the tribe.

With bad weather on the way, Drew rallies the Hunahpu tribe to firm up their shelter. The women organize weaving classes to get e...
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'Survivor' 2014: San Juan del Sur- Blood Vs Water – And So It Begins

September 25th, 2014 7:44pm EDT
Survivor 2014
Jeff Probst and crew return to the concept of last year’s successful ‘Blood vs Water” season, with only a few ‘known’ faces, and no returning players.

Jeff made his Nicaraguan introduction via helicopter, as the nine pairs of loved ones, dropped randomly on the island on Day 0, found flint and learned how to make shelter and fire together, before following a map to the gathering place for Day 1.

We briefly met the contestants; John and Jaclyn are college sweethearts. He played football at Michigan State; she was Miss Michigan in 2013. They worry that people will hate them for being the “...
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'Survivor: Cagayan' - And The Winner Is ... Tony !

May 23rd, 2014 6:10am EDT
Tony Vlachos
Hey! That’s different! Jeff Probst starts the finale and reunion show in the CBS Studio Centre in Los Angeles, instead of getting right to our “Previously on, Survivor.” Jeff tells us that we can relax, kick back, snack and tweet with him throughout the next few hours. Get cozy ... for the next three hours, Jeff will control the vertical and the horizontal!

Survivor is the biggest social experiment on television, but this season it was taken to another level when the 18 players were divided into three groups, based on personality traits they used most in their daily lives; Brains, Brawn an...
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'Survivor: Cagayan' Recap: Chaos Kass Kicks Trish To The Curb

May 15th, 2014 3:52pm EDT
Survivor: Cagayan
Previously on, Survivor ... for 30 days, Spencer and Tony have been on opposite paths. For Tony, everything has gone right, even up to finding two idols, including one with ‘special powers,’ without a clue. But for Spencer, it’s been a different story. His life in the game has been a constant struggle. He wasted his only idol, and his allies have been picked off one by one.

But things have started to turn around – he won Immunity and the majority alliance was turning on each other. And he even made a Final Three pact with Kass and Woo, and targeted Tony. But at Tribal Council, it fell apa...
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'Survivor: Cagayan' – Tasha’s Out As Kass Plays On Woo’s Indecision

May 8th, 2014 1:30pm EDT
Survivor Cagayan
Previously on, Survivor: In order to get rid of LJ, Tony had to blindside his own alliance, but at the next tribal council, the alliance of 5 regrouped to take out Jeremiah, leaving Tasha and Spencer on the bottom. Back at camp, Tony dug up his second Hidden Immunity Idol, while Spencer dug up a plan to trick Tony and save himself. And it worked. Tony pulled in Woo, Spencer pulled in Tasha, and together they pulled off another blindside, eliminating Jefra, and leaving Tony’s alliance in the dark once again. Six are left – who will be voted out tonight?

Back home from Tribal Council, Kass w...
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'Survivor: Cagayan' – Spencer Plays On Tony’s Paranoia To Oust Jefra

May 1st, 2014 1:09pm EDT
Survivor Cagayan
Previously on, Survivor: When Tony blindsided LJ, he also blindsided his own alliance. And no one felt more betrayed than Jefra. Tony needed a backup plan, and he found one, in the form of the Super Idol. Jefra aligned with the minority alliance to take out Tony, but then reneged. In the end it was Jeremiah who was voted out.

Seven are left; who will be voted out tonight?

After Tribal Council, the seven returned to their camp. Kass said that she knew Spencer had an idol by the way he’d been acting, which is why they voted for Jeremiah instead of him. Tony and Kass gloated that their plan ...
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'Survivor Cagayan' Recap: Tony Finds The Super Idol; Jeremiah Goes Home

April 24th, 2014 11:52am EDT
Survivor: Cagayan
Previously on, Survivor: Everyone was battling for Hidden Immunity Idols, but it was Spencer who found one. However, it wasn’t the new super idol. There was also a battle between the two alliances. Tony saw a chance to ignore his own alliance, to his advantage. At Tribal Council, he got what he wanted, blindsiding LJ and three members of his alliance.

Eight are left ... who will be voted out tonight?

After Tribal Council, Jefra wondered who’d flipped. Tony admitted that he and Woo had taken out LJ. Tony explained his reasoning, and assured his alliance that he’d only gone against them for...
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'Survivor: Cagayan' – Has Tony The Opportunist Overplayed His Hand?

April 17th, 2014 12:06pm EDT
Tony Vlachos during the ninth episode of SURVIVOR: CAGAYAN
Previously on, Survivor: Tony gave his idol to LJ, and LJ reciprocated, knocking two idols out of the game. When Kass flipped, the power shifted to Tony and LJ’s alliance. A new ‘special’ idol was hidden in camp, but the Hidden Immunity Idol Spencer found was just an ordinary one.

At Tribal Council, Morgan was the next voted off the island. Nine are left – who will be voted out tonight?

After Tribal Council, the remaining Survivors returned to camp. When Tony leaned his torch against a tree, he knocked over all the other torches, but walked away without picking them up. He was angry that...
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'Survivor: Cagayan' – Chaos Kass Boots Out Lazy Morgan

April 10th, 2014 1:30pm EDT
 Jeff Probst extinguishes Morgan McLeod's torch
Previously on, Survivor: Aparri and Solana finally merged, and became Solarrion. And a new Idol with different powers was put in play. But the real struggle for power was between two alliances, and Sarah was playing both sides.

But Kass had other plans. And at Tribal Council, Sarah could only watch as her game unraveled. Hidden idols were played. Her control turned into chaos, when Kass flipped. Sarah went from the Queen, to the first member of the jury. 10 are left – who will be voted out tonight?

After Tribal, the remaining players tried to regroup. Spencer felt that Kass had played fro...
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'Survivor: Cagayan' – Chaos Kass Blindsides Sarah

April 3rd, 2014 4:50pm EDT
SURVIVOR: CAGAYAN
Previously on, Survivor: The two cops, Tony and Sarah, made a pact to stay together. But a surprise twist pulled them apart. Sarah found herself the only original Brawn in a tribe of three Brains, and three Beautys.

While Sarah’s new tribe, Aparri, had clear divisions, Tony’s new tribe (Solana) was filled with everything Survivor had to offer; two idols, a blind side and one of their tribe members quitting the game.

But despite everything, Solana won the last immunity challenge, and it was Aparri again heading for Tribal Council, where Alexis was voted out. Eleven are left … who will be ...
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