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Originally posted 08/23/2006 09:00AM
Fueled by critics who slammed its lack of diversity, CBS's Survivor has unveiled a new twist for its upcoming season: Contestants will be divided by ethnicity.
Originally posted 05/15/2006 08:00AM
Aras Baskauskas, who won the $1 million prize on Survivor: Panama, Exile Island Sunday night, is already figuring out how to spend his new fortune.
Originally posted 05/01/2006 02:00PM
Courtney Marit didn't see her end coming even though she learned the rest of her long-held Casaya alliance thought she was "annoying" and "a poseur" after a particularly nasty reward challenge. With Terry, the strongest player, and Shane, the Casaya ringleader, openly hoping to take Courtney to the final two, the rest of Gitanos staged a coup and ousted the L.A.-based fire dancer. Marit, 31, the 10th contestant voted off Survivor: Panama – Exile Island, recently talked with PEOPLE about heating things up and finding creative inspiration on Survivor.
Originally posted 04/17/2006 05:00PM
Sally Schumann knew her days were numbered at Gitanos, where former Casaya members held six-strong against her ex-tribe, La Mina. Although she helped win a reward challenge, all attempts to sway someone – anyone – to come to her and tribemate Terry's side were rebuffed. And in the end, Schumann, 27, became the ninth contestant voted off Survivor: Panama – Exile Island. The Chicago bartender recently talked with PEOPLE about her gritty survival tactics and being a fashion trendsetter.
Originally posted 01/10/2006 08:00AM
When the new Survivor: Panama – Exile Island arrives on CBS Feb. 2, the granddaddy of reality shows will have a retired astronaut with four space walks to his name in its 16-player cast.
Originally posted 08/12/2005 08:00AM
Survivor tackles its 11th season starting Sept. 15 with former NFL quarterback Gary Hogeboom – who played for the Cowboys, Colts, Cardinals and Redskins – among the 16 new castaways on Survivor: Guatemala: The Maya Empire, CBS has announced.
Originally posted 05/12/2005 06:00AM
Which of the final four contestants has the best shot at the $1 million prize on Sunday's finale?
Originally posted 05/09/2005 05:00PM
Gregg Carey thought he had it made. The Chicago business consultant was one of the final six contestants on Survivor: Palau and part of a longstanding five-member alliance – plus he'd developed a close connection with his Koror tribemate, Jennifer Lyon. So when he won a reward challenge and chose Jennifer and her friend Katie to share his prize – a day of pampering aboard a luxury yacht – life seemed good. Little did he know that, while he was gone, his allies were plotting against him, and at the next tribal council, he was shocked to find himself voted off. Carey, 28, recently talked with PEOPLE about paying the ultimate price for love.
Originally posted 04/20/2005 05:00PM
It was just for the sweet taste of a couple of donuts, but Texas hairstylist Coby Archa's decision to give up his immunity on the last Survivor: Palau wound up costing him a shot at the $1 million prize. In a 7-2 vote, he became the 10th Survivor to be kicked off the island this season, and the first member of the nine-person jury who will choose the show's big winner. Coby, 32, recently talked to PEOPLE about his sweet tooth, being "bitchy" and saying no to Hollywood.
Originally posted 04/20/2005 02:00PM
Survivor stars Rob Mariano, 29, and Amber Brkich, 26, made their alliance legal at the Atlantis resort on Paradise Island in the Bahamas over the weekend
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