One word describes season 30 of Survivor, divisive. From the outset, Survivor: Worlds Apart pitted people with different socioeconomic backgrounds (white collar, no collar, blue collar) along with perceived gaps in education and work ethics. Show More Summary
Jeff Probst would probably say that whoever won Survivor deserved it because they made it to the end and got all the jury votes. That's the diplomatic kind of talk one would except from the producer and host of Survivor. Fans know that not at all winners are created equal. Show More Summary
All five contestants remaining on Season 30 of Survivor: Worlds Apart came into the finale with a chance to win, but of course there is only one winner. Mike Holloway, Rodney Lavoie, Carolyn Rivera, Sierra Dawn Thomas, and Will Sims all thought they would be that champion. Show More Summary
After weeks of blood, sweat and tears, one castaway on Survivor: Worlds Apart claimed victory. The 30th season of the competition featured three tribes of six players divided by social class: white collar, blue collar and no collar, and it all came down to Carolyn Rivera, Mike Holloway, Rodney... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Survivor
His dream of becoming a Survivor contestant finally came true. After years of applying, he landed a spot on the shores of Nicaragua as one of 18 castaways competing for $1 million on Survivor: Worlds Apart. But when the show started airing, Dan Foley says his Survivor dream became a nightmare. In a season with […]
Two dramatic challenges, one thrilling Tribal Council. That’s what Survivor Worlds Apart delivered last night, along with two solid challenges. And just wait until you see what happened when Dan got to Ponderosa. We had an unexpected episode of The Jeff Probst Show before the reward challenge, this time to focus on Rodney’s birthday boo-hoo... Show More Summary
On Survivor: Worlds Apart, Rodney just woke up and realized he's playing Survivor. He complained incessantly about not winning one reward challenge and being stuck on the beach doing the same thing day after day. Uh, hello? Haven't you...Show More Summary
Survivor: Worlds Apart shows that Mike isn't the only one "Holding On For Dear Life" this week! Here's our review: The post ‘Survivor: Worlds Apart’ Review: Mike Isn’t the Only One ‘Holding On For Dear Life’ appeared first on Rickey - Entertainment News and Videos.
Next week, the reality TV behemoth “Survivor” will air the final episode of its thirtieth season, capping off one of its more socially charged themes—“Worlds Apart: White Collar, Blue Collar, No Collar.” As its title suggests, contestants are divided into tribes based on “occupation and
Things got ugly last week on Survivor: Worlds Apart. But besides the social issues, and there have been plenty, the majority alliance continues to pick off the minority alliance one at a time according to plan. Maybe Mike can shake things up with his idol or convince Dan to use his extra vote to vote with him and Shirin. Let's get to it.
On Survivor: Worlds Apart Mike demonstrated how it is possible for one person to completely and unnecessarily sabotage his own game. Instead of sitting down with Dan and Sierra and discussing the threat that Will, Rodney, Tyler and Carolyn...Show More Summary
As FDNY first responders come down with 9/11-related illnesses at an ever-quickening rate, one survivor battling stage-four cancer still calls it the best job in the world.
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 — […]
An explosive tribal council makes "Livin' On the Edge" one of the most memorable episode of Survivor: Worlds Apart this season! Here's our review: The post ‘Survivor: Worlds Apart’ Review: A Crazy Tribal Council Boosts ‘Livin’ On The Edge’ appeared first on Rickey - Entertainment News and Videos.
Last week on Survivor: Worlds Apart, Mike hustled his way into finding an idol after Joe found the clue. Then the former "blue collars" (plus Carolyn and Tyler) cemented their dominant alliance by voting off Hali. Let's see if there's anything the minority alliance can do to get back in the game.
Zuzana Ruzickova “was a survivor of Terezin and Auschwitz and Nazi slave labor in Hamburg. [She] was a prisoner in Bergen-Belsen and at the time of its liberation, she was 18 and weighed 60 pounds.”
A nation with one of the world's smallest carbon footprints is one of the worst affected by climate change. Their youth are pleading with Australians to act.
Lousy players thrive as much as the good ones on Survivor: Worlds Apart. But why is that? Dig deeper with our review of "Keep It Real": The post ‘Survivor: Worlds Apart’ Review: ‘Keep It Real’ Explores Why Lousy Players Thrive appeared first on Rickey - Entertainment News and Videos.
Merica. Ugh. I still can’t get over this stupid merge tribe name. Oh well. The drama in this week’s episode was enough of a distraction to keep my mind off it. After a fun Reward challenge, an insane Idol hunt ensued with one castaway nearly gobbling up a clue. It was awesome! But the social […]
Drop your buffs… With 12 castaways remaining, Survivor: Worlds Apart reached the next stage of the game as the Nagarote and Escameca tribes merged into one. After gorging themselves in the traditional merge feast, there was a twist awaiting the castaways as they arrived at camp. Oh, and this group picked the absolute worst merge […]