John Cochran went from, as he tells it, an "annoying freak" on his first season of Survivor (South Pacific) to the Sole Survivor in his second outing, Survivor: Caramoan — Fans vs. Favorites, with not a single vote cast against him throughout the entire run of the latter. Show More Summary
What does it mean to be a survivor? And I'm not talking about outsmarting a bunch of other people on an island in the South Pacific. I'm talking surviving something that you're not supposed to. In my case, it was cancer.
A Survivor engagement is in the works as two stars who met and fell in love on the set of the reality show’s South Pacific installment in 2011 have decided to get married. Whitney Duncan and Keith Tollefson, once competitors for the $1 million prize that comes with winning the CBS reality competition, announced the [...]Show More Summary
I remember being out on location for Survivor: South Pacific and standing on the Savaii beach on day two. One
In light of the almost daily emotional breakdowns Brandon Hantz suffered while playing Survivor: South Pacific — including his odd obsession
Brandon Hantz had a bit of a rough go last time we saw him on Survivor. During the South Pacific
Just when you thought it was safe to watch reality television again, CBS has ruined things by casting yet another member of Russell Hantz‘s family. Just like we saw last fall with Russell’s nephew, Brandon, on Survivor: South Pacific, we now have to watch his brother, Willie, compete in the Big Brother house. Within moments [...]
Join us tonight at 7:40 p.m. ET/4:40 p.m. PT for a live chat with Survivor: South Pacific alum John Cochran
Since the finale of Survivor South Pacific, cast member Brandon Hantz has started a new job as a sales rep on the NASCAR circuit while getting a divorce from his wife, with whom he has two children. During the season, Brandon struggled with his attraction to another cast member, disturbingly blaming her for his attraction. Show More Summary
It has been weeks since Sophie Clarke was crowned the winner of Survivor: South Pacific, but a whole new adventure starts tomorrow night. Survivor: One World — the 24th edition of the show — begins with 18 all-new castaways in Samoa in the always epic battle for $1 million. If you truly can’t wait for [...]
Brandon Hantz’s journey on Survivor: South Pacific was one for the record books. While his uncle Russell became the most notorious villain of all time, Brandon played a much different game. His decisions were frequently based on religion and not necessarily set in strategy. He would openly express all of his opinions and emotions, which [...]
We didn’t get to see too much of Rick Nelson’s time on Survivor: South Pacific, which became a widespread joke for fans, but the 51-year-old rancher from Utah finally showed up on the finale. When he got to the final five, Rick found himself on the bad side of the vote and was cut loose [...]
Our top moments of the week: 10. Best Silent Killer: When it came time for the jury to have at the final three Survivor: South Pacific contestants, the most vicious commentary of all comes from an unexpected source —Whitney — the sweet Southern belle. Show More Summary
Every time Ozzy Lusth competes on Survivor, he has the fans by his side — and his performance on Survivor: South Pacific is proof of that. Although he wasn’t able to win the $1 million prize and title of sole Survivor, Ozzy walked away with the $100,000 check since he was voted as the fan [...]
During his time on Survivor: South Pacific, Albert Destrade claimed to be one of the biggest strategists of the entire season. While he was definitely part of the core alliance, I didn’t really see much great gameplay — and that’s certainly reflected in the fact he didn’t receive a single vote from the jury. After [...]
I will admit this right up front. I am a huge fan of Benjamin “Coach” Wade. Since the self-described Dragonslayer first appeared on Survivor: Tocantins, I have been rooting for him to win the entire game each time he’s played it. His gameplay on Survivor: South Pacific proved to be Coach’s most successful stint to [...]
After 39 days of battling it out in Samoa, 22-year-old Sophie Clarke was crowned as the Survivor: South Pacific champ. Even better, she walked away with the $1 million grand prize. While many fans were upset with Sophie’s victory and argue she didn’t deserve to win the game, her championship status is one that was [...]
The Survivor South Pacific jury's votes have been revealed by its members, and all but three voted for winner Sophie Clarke. Meanwhile, Brandon Hantz has horrifying news about his return to the game, which is even more terrifying considering...Show More Summary
"I probably would've voted for Sophie, just because I thought she played a slightly better game than Coach."
"I am done with a game of 'Survivor.' I had a wonderful experience this last time for 39 days. I do not want to jeopardize those memories, so I will be retiring here on out."