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Nine Lives review: “The film is not terrible.”

21 August 2016 1:46 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Nine Lives review: Has Kevin Spacey just used one of his 9 lives?

Nine Lives review, Luke Ryan Baldock, August 2016.

Nine Lives review

Nine Lives has had it rough in the press; and yes I wish it had been about a dog so I could make a ‘ruff’ joke. Take an Academy Award winning actor, Kevin Spacey, still riding high due to the incredibly received Netflix show House Of Cards, and shove him in a plot that recalls those Rob Schneider mock trailers from South Park. Many questioned whether the initial trailer was even for a real film. But let’s not poke too much fun just yet, afterall body swap comedies have always been around and some have been fantastic. It’s an easy comedy set-up that will often write itself, and if Spacey wants to earn a quick paycheque between lengthy shoots on his successful show then so be it. »

- Luke Ryan Baldock

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Will Gilmore Girls Hurt Black Friday? How Is Degrassi Pair Still Married? Wayward Signage? And More TV Qs

29 July 2016 10:49 AM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including Stranger Things, The Fosters, Rizzoli & Isles and Wayward Pines!

1 | From Stranger Things Episode 5: Why didn’t Hopper contact Joyce right after he discovered that Will’s corpse was a fake?

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2 | As great as it was to see the old Degrassi gang during Episode 500, was anyone else disappointed that Emma and Spinner were still married after that wacky TV-movie? Was it delusional to think Sean »

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Netflix Boss Says Don’t Believe the Ratings You See for His Shows

27 July 2016 2:44 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Ted Sarandos is not impressed with the ratings he’s seeing reported for Netflix.

In recent months, both Symphony Advanced Media and Nielsen have released data that purports to tally how many people are watching Netflix series. But Sarandos pointed out that the services claimed very different numbers for “Orange is the New Black.”

“Both Symphony and Nielsen claim accuracy,” Sarandos said, before pointing out that one service’s “Oitnb” viewership was two times the other’s. “Either number, if true, would be great for Netflix. Especially since it’s only U.S. viewing and it’s only for the first 35 days of release.”

Sarandos points out that ratings, and reporting on ratings, is an “important piece of the business puzzle for ad-supported networks, for sure. But subscriber growth, not advertising, drives our revenues. We’ll do great by attracting more members… The performance of any given title in the U. »

- Michael Schneider

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Netflix Boss Says Don’t Believe the Ratings You See for His Shows

27 July 2016 2:44 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Ted Sarandos is not impressed with the ratings he’s seeing reported for Netflix.

In recent months, both Symphony Advanced Media and Nielsen have released data that purports to tally how many people are watching Netflix series. But Sarandos pointed out that the services claimed very different numbers for “Orange is the New Black.”

“Both Symphony and Nielsen claim accuracy,” Sarandos said, before pointing out that one service’s “Oitnb” viewership was two times the other’s. “Either number, if true, would be great for Netflix. Especially since it’s only U.S. viewing and it’s only for the first 35 days of release.”

Sarandos points out that ratings, and reporting on ratings, is an “important piece of the business puzzle for ad-supported networks, for sure. But subscriber growth, not advertising, drives our revenues. We’ll do great by attracting more members… The performance of any given title in the U. »

- Michael Schneider

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Netflix Renews ‘Chelsea’, ‘Lady Dynamite’ & ‘Real Rob’ For Season 2 -TCA

27 July 2016 1:30 PM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

The hardest part about having a show on Netflix is getting a show on Netflix. The Internet network continues to give all of its freshman series second seasons, extending the streak with second-season renewals for Chelsea Handler’s talk show Chelsea, Pam Brady and Mitch Hurwitz’s comedy series Lady Dynamite starring Maria Bamford and Rob Schneider’s comedy mocumentary Real Rob. All shows will come back with new installments in 2017. Additionally, Netflix has picked up a… »

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Chelsea, Lady Dynamite Renewed for Season 2 at Netflix

27 July 2016 1:30 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Netflix has renewed Chelsea for Season 2, 10 weeks after the globe-trotting, Chelsea Handler-fronted series made its debut.

Chelsea’s 90-episode sophomore run will launch in 2017. Season 1 is currently streaming three times a week.

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Netflix also announced on Wednesday at the Television Critics Association summer press tour that it has ordered second seasons of Lady Dynamite, its well-received, occasionally surreal comedy series starring actor/comedian Maria Bamford, and Real Rob, in which Saturday Night Live alum Rob Schneider delivers an exaggerated yet brutally honest depiction of his life, »

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Netflix Renews Chelsea Handler’s ‘Chelsea,’ ‘Lady Dynamite’ and Casts Jennifer Garner as a Llama

27 July 2016 1:30 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

When your content strategy involves releasing new original series every few weeks, that means renewing most of the shows you picked up in the first place. Consequently, Netflix has just renewed three of its originals.

“Chelsea,” the streaming service’s first foray into talk show territory with Chelsea Handler, will return for a 90-episode Season 2 in 2017. The first season, which combines Handler’s world travels with more traditional “late night” segments, is currently putting out three new episodes a week.

Lady Dynamite,” comedian Maria Bamford’s somewhat autobiographical single-camera comedy, will also return in 2017, but for a currently unspecified number of episodes. The first season drew praise from Variety’s own Maureen Ryan: “This excellent Netflix series has a subversive and ultimately sweet flavor all its own.”

Real Rob,” Rob Schneider’s own exaggerated-for-comedic-effect account of his existence, will also get another season. The eight-episode Season 2 will be unleashed upon Netflix subscribers in 2017.

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- Oriana Schwindt

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Netflix announces 'Black Mirror' release date, renewals, pick ups and more

27 July 2016 1:30 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Release dates, renewals and green lights. Oh my. Netflix announced no shortage of news at the Television Critics Association summer press tour. Perhaps the most exciting information is that the Twilight Zone-style anthology series Black Mirror will be released on the streaming service on October 21. The third season of the show will feature six episodes and star such celebs as Bryce Dallas Howard and Malachi Kirby of Roots fame. The company also revealed the release dates for its original series Chef’s Table: France, Easy, The Ranch (Part 2 of Season 1), Lovesick, Beat Bugs, Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life, Captive and the reimagined One Day at a Time. The full list of those dates is below. Netflix also announced a number of renewals and new series. Clearly content with the performance of her talk show, Chelsea Handler’s Chelsea got picked up for another 90 episodes for 2017. They also »

- David Eckstein

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Netflix announces 'Black Mirror' release date, renewals, pick ups and more

27 July 2016 11:30 AM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Release dates, renewals and green lights. Oh my. Netflix announced no shortage of news at the Television Critics Association summer press tour. Perhaps the most exciting information is that the Twilight Zone-style anthology series Black Mirror will be released on the streaming service on October 21. The third season of the show will feature six episodes and star such celebs as Bryce Dallas Howard and Malachi Kirby of Roots fame. The company also revealed the release dates for its original series Chef’s Table: France, Easy, The Ranch (Part 2 of Season 1), Lovesick, Beat Bugs, Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life, Captive and the reimagined One Day at a Time. The full list of those dates is below. Netflix also announced a number of renewals and new series. Clearly content with the performance of her talk show, Chelsea Handler’s Chelsea got picked up for another 90 episodes for 2017. They also »

- David Eckstein

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Adam Sandler’s Latest Netflix Venture Sandy Wexler Adds Kevin James, Terry Crews And Rob Schneider

27 July 2016 8:10 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

The Hollywood Reporter brings word that Sandy Wexler, Adam Sandler and Netflix’s latest collaboration, has added Kevin James, Terry Crews and Rob Schneider.

There, they’ll buddy up with Adam Sandler himself, who is set to execute stage three of his four-picture deal with the online giant by headlining Sandy Wexler, along with singer-cum-actress Jennifer HudsonNick Swardson, Colin Quinn, Lamorne Morris and Arsenio Hall.

Following up on The Ridiculous Six and The Do-Over, which is currently among Netflix’s top 10 in select countries across the globe, Sandy Wexler will feature Sandler himself as “an L.A.-based talent manager who represents a group of eccentric clients on the fringes of show business. His single-minded devotion is put to the test when he falls in love with his new client, a talented singer named Courtney Clarke (Hudson), whom he discovers at an amusement park.”

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- Michael Briers

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Sandler Enlists Regulars For "Sandy Wexler"

26 July 2016 6:03 PM, PDT | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

Kevin James, Terry Crews, Rob Schneider, Colin Quinn and Nick Swardson are all reuniting with Adam Sandler to star in his third Netflix feature "Sandy Wexler". Lamorne Morris and Arsenio Hall are also onboard.

Sandler will play an L.A.-based talent manager in the 1990s who represents a group of eccentric clients on the fringes of show business. His single-minded devotion is put to the test when he falls in love with his new talented singer client (Jennifer Hudson) whom he discovers at an amusement park.

Steven Brill will direct from a script by Paul Sado, Dan Bulla and Sandler. Sandler and Allen Covert will produce. Sandler's second film with the streaming giant, "The Do-Over," was the most-watched film on Netflix in every territory of the world and remains in the top ten in many countries.

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- Garth Franklin

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Arsenio Hall to Make Movie Comeback in Adam Sandler's Sandy Wexler

26 July 2016 5:17 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Last week, we reported that Oscar winner Jennifer Hudson is teaming up with Adam Sandler on his new movie Sandy Wexler, the third project in his four-picture deal with Netflix that includes The Ridiculous Six and The Do-Over. Today we have word that the cast just keeps getting bigger and bigger, with frequent Adam Sandler collaborators Kevin James, Terry Crews, Rob Schneider, Colin Quinn and Nick Swardson coming aboard, along with New Girl star Lamorne Morris. The most interesting casting addition, though, is former talk show host Arsenio Hall, appearing in his first movie in seven years.

The story follows Adam Sandler as the title character, a talent manager in Los Angeles who represent a variety of different clients who are on the "fringes" of the entertainment industry. He's put to the ultimate test when he discovers a talented singer named Courtney Clarke (Jennifer Hudson) at an amusement park. No »

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Kevin James, Rob Schneider Join Adam Sandler’s ‘Sandy Wexler’

26 July 2016 2:49 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Kevin James, Rob Schneider and Terry Crews are re-joining Adam Sandler in his next Netflix comedy “Sandy Wexler.”

Colin Quinn, Nick Swardson, Lamorne Morris and Arsenio Hall have also joined the cast. Sandler will play as 1990s-era talent manager on the fringe of show business who falls in love with his new client, a singer played by Jennifer Hudson.

Sandy Wexler” is the third title in Sandler’s four-picture deal with the streaming giant following “The Ridiculous Six” and “The Do-Over.” Steven Brill is directing from a script by Paul Sado, Dan Bulla and Sandler.

Sandler is producing “Sandy Wexler” under his Happy Madison Productions company along with Allen Covert. Barry Bernardi and Tim Herlihy will executive produce.

The Do-Over,” starring Sandler and David Spade as two friends who fake their own deaths, was the most-watched film on Netflix in every territory of the world after it was released in late May. »

- Dave McNary

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Kevin James, Terry Crews, Rob Schneider Join Adam Sandler's 'Sandy Wexler' (Exclusive)

26 July 2016 11:59 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

The gang is getting back together. Adam Sandler's next Netflix movie is rounding out the cast with a group of Sandler collaborators: Kevin James, Terry Crews, Rob Schneider, Colin Quinn and Nick Swardson. Lamorne Morris (New Girl) and Arsenio Hall are also joining the film. Sandy Wexler will star Sandler as an L.A.-based talent manager who represents a group of eccentric clients on the fringes of show business. His single-minded devotion is put to the test when he falls in love with his new client, a talented singer named Courtney Clarke, whom he discovers at an amusement park.

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- Rebecca Ford, Borys Kit

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‘Range 15,’ a William Shatner-Starring, Veteran-Made Zombie Comedy, Opens in 350 Theatres

16 June 2016 9:03 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Range 15” is a veteran-made, crowd-funded, post-apocalyptic comedy that debuted on June 15 in 350 theaters. Made with a $1.8 million budget, more than $1.1 million of that came from fans through the project’s Indiegogo page, the film has already raked in $500,000 in advanced ticket sales.   

The horror-comedy stars William Shatner, Sean Astin, Randy Couture, Keith David, Mindy Robinson and Danny Trejo and centers around a group of veterans who wake up after a night of partying to find out that the zombie apocalypse has spread across the United States. Together, they fight their way across the country in order to find a cure for the outbreak and restore freedom before it’s too late. “Range 15” also stars two Medal of Honor recipients, Leroy Petry and Clint Romesha, and military Mma icons Randy Couture, Brian Stann and Tim Kennedy.

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The movie was made by Ranger Up founder and writer/star/producer of the film Nick Palmisciano, who teamed up with Article 15 Clothing to create the film. “Range 15” first made its debut in May at the GI Film Festival, where it took home the GI Choice Film Award.

Tickets for the film are only available online at the Tugg “Range 15” page. A handful of the screenings are already sold out, but you can get more information about a showing near you or how to get the movie  to more theaters in your area.

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- Liz Calvario

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Film Review: ‘Central Intelligence’

15 June 2016 8:59 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

The words “action comedy” go together not just because the movies they describe combine action and comedy. They go together because, in a machine-tooled lark like “Central Intelligence,” each one becomes the other. The dialogue, as quick and aggressive as a punch to the face, really is a form of action; the gun battles, car crashes, and hurtling bodies are staged with a more-mayhem-the-better lightness that turns violence into something to giggle at, as if it were all transpiring in a Road Runner cartoon. At least, that’s the idea.

In “Central Intelligence,” when Calvin Joyner (Kevin Hart), a mild-mannered accountant coerced into becoming the partner of a rogue CIA agent, jabbers on, for the opening act or two, about how he wants nothing at all to do with this scheme (“I’m not in!” he keeps wailing; he just wants out), Hart lets his voice creep up into high Eddie Murphy dudgeon, and the words tumble out so fast that it almost stops mattering what he’s saying. It’s the comedy of controlled hysteria — the verbal equivalent of madly flailing fists. And when Dwayne Johnson, as the agent in question, gets out of a jam by slamming some guy’s head with an office refrigerator door, setting off water sprinklers and a smoke bomb, and pushing a mail cart (that contains Kevin Hart) through the plate-glass window of what must be the 20th floor, it’s all just a joke: slapstick with extra pain. Of course, the downside of the action-comedy recipe is that it risks having almost no consequence. The danger of the form is that action and comedy, instead of adding something to one another, just cancel each other out.

That’s sort of what happens in “Central Intelligence,” though you couldn’t accuse the movie of not hurtling along. It delivers — on some basic, giddy, turn-off-your-frontal-lobes level. It’s an action-comedy utensil, like “Rush Hour” crossed with an old Arnold Schwarzenegger shoot-’em-up, with a few goofy added sprinkles of “Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion.” It’s the sort of movie that, in its highly formulaic way, reveals a lot about what audiences are seeking today. A scabrous buddy comedy like “The Nice Guys” appeared to have a lot going for it, but it didn’t have the right action-to-comedy ratio (there wasn’t a spatter of gunfire every eight minutes), and the characters were a tad too quirky for the genre. “Central Intelligence” goes back to basics: Kevin Hart, as talented a funnyman as he is, squawks and rails and goes scaredy-cat on cue, while Dwayne Johnson, as the undercover agent, plays a pumped-up friendly giant who’s too sensitive for his own good. The joke of both characters is right on the surface, and it stays there for an hour and 45 minutes. The movie, in other words, serves up just enough of the standard microwaved meat and potatoes of action comedy to have the potential to be a medium-size hit.

The opening flashback strikes the film’s only note of over-the-top nuttiness: In a high school gym in 1996, we see Johnson’s Robbie Weirdicht as the blobby loser he was — a dork who looks like Rob Schneider in a fat suit, and who gets humiliated by being tossed, naked, into the middle of a year-end pep rally. Calvin, the class superstar, is the only one who doesn’t laugh at him, and twenty years later, Robbie — now under the pseudonym Bob Stone — contacts him on Facebook and arranges a reunion. As Calvin discovers, Bob, after twenty years of six-hour-a-day workouts, now looks like Dwayne Johnson, but he’s the same girly-man inside (sort of). He prizes hugs and unicorns, his favorite movie is “Sixteen Candles,” and whenever the subject of high school comes up, he looks like he wants to crawl under a desk. But, of course, he’s also a tattooed bruiser who will kick the butt of anyone he has to, especially bullies. Johnson draws, as much as he ever has, on his ironic courtliness — the side of him that doesn’t just look like Barack Obama on hulk serum but talks like Obama, with the articulate civility that has made Johnson into a gently disarming screen star. Bob gets tough when he needs to, but he’s always much sweeter than we expect, and in “Central Intelligence” that’s Johnson’s version of the Schwarzenegger shuffle.

Hart is a good match for him, but he doesn’t get enough good lines. After a fight, when he says to Bob, “You were like Jason Bourne, man — but with jorts!” the moment has a snap to it. But though his delivery is ace, hardly any of Hart’s dialogue surprises you; it’s mostly rote fear and ranting. There’s a halfway funny scene in which Bob pretends to be a couples therapist who keeps slapping Calvin, and Jason Bateman, in an unbilled cameo as Bob’s old high-school tormentor, has a stylish nastiness that momentarily steals the movie out from under the two stars. It’s enough to make you wish that “Central Intelligence” didn’t turn into a kind of straight-up thriller, mostly out of laziness. It’s easier to do variations on the same old cloak-and-dagger crapola than it is to elevate horn-locking irritability into true banter.

Bob is out to nail the Black Badger, a mystery agent who, it seems, has murdered his partner and plans to sell U.S. satellite encryption codes to the highest bidder. But Bob’s boss, played with brusquely appealing heartlessness by Amy Ryan, thinks that Bob is the Black Badger, and the way this plays out is just competent enough on a spy-game level to make you momentarily forget that you didn’t buy a ticket to “Central Intelligence” to watch a third-rate Bourne film in jorts. You bought that ticket to laugh. You will not do it quite enough.

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- Owen Gleiberman

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‘Saturday Night Live’ Tests New Ways to Build Its Famous Characters

21 May 2016 10:50 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Donald Trump, Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton have each paid a visit to “Saturday Night Live” this season. Last week, the show played host to a personage who can be just as tough to get: Dick Patterson.

Who?  This oddball businessman has the body and reflexes of a baby, and he is played by “SNL” cast member Beck Bennett. Despite the character’s appeal, he has surfaced just four times over the course of two seasons. In contrast, the popular “Californians,” a group of vapid West Coasters obsessed with L.A.  highway travel, appeared four times in the course of the show’s 38th cycle. When Taran Killam and Vanessa Bayer struck a chord with “J Pop America Fun Time Now,” a fake campus TV show about Japanese pop culture, the show ran it three times in a single season.

Recurring characters are one of the mainstays of this venerable NBC late-night institution, »

- Brian Steinberg

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David Spade Recalls When Phil Hartman Threatened Rob Schneider: ‘I’ll Put a Bullet in Your Head’

11 May 2016 3:01 PM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Phil Hartman once got so angry with Rob Schneider while they were both on “SNL” that he threw Schneider against a wall and said, “I’ll put a bullet in your head.” David Spade recalled the incident on Wednesday while on the Howard Stern Show promoting his new Netflix movie “The Do-Over” with Adam Sandler. According to Spade, Hartman had gotten a young female college student, who was a family friend, hired as an intern for “Weekend Update.” See video: Adam Sandler, David Spade Fake Their Deaths in Netflix's 'Do-Over' Trailer But Schneider’s girlfriend did not like the attractive young intern and told him. »

- Joe Otterson

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‘Revenant,’ ‘Ip Man 3,’ ‘Norm of the North’ Among Top Disc Sellers

27 April 2016 6:23 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

A trio of new releases popped into the top five on the national home-video sales charts for the week ended April 24, led by 20th Century Fox’s “The Revenant,” the top-grossing drama that pits a rugged frontiersman, portrayed by Leonardo DiCaprio, against a bear who mauled him and a confidante who betrayed him.

The film, which earned $183.4 million in U.S. theaters, bumped Walt Disney Studios’ “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” to the No. 2 spot on both Npd VideoScan’s overall disc sales chart and the dedicated Blu-ray Disc sales chart.

Npd data shows “The Force Awakens” sold 56% as many units as “The Revenant” in its third week of release, the first two of which were spent at No. 1.

“Ip Man 3,” from Well Go USA, debuted at No. 3 on both charts, continuing the Hong Kong martial arts franchise’s successful streak.

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- Thomas K. Arnold

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Fowl Play! CBS Releases New Survivor Opening Credits - with a Twist

27 April 2016 2:35 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Every season, someone emerges as a Survivor fan favorite. Back in 2000, people actually wrote songs about Survivor's first sweetheart, the quirky and cute Colleen Haskell. Haskell parlayed that fame into a leading role in a Rob Schneider movie before vanishing from public life. (Speaking of Colleen, does anyone know where she is these days? Asking for a friend.) We've seen other favorites come and go: Rupert, Russell, Cirie, Joe. CBS knows how to promote these fan favorites - casting them on subsequent seasons, booking them on soap operas and even having them compete on The Price Is Right. But this is a first. »

- Steve Helling, @stevehelling

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