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Inside the Annual Event Where Survivor Castaways & Superfans Endure Mud, Sweat & Tears for Charity

4 July 2017 11:41 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Three tribes gather in a clearing, groggy from spending a night sleeping on the ground. They know what the day will bring: multiple challenges followed by tribal councils where they vote each other out of the game. The winner will be named the Sole Survivor.

Among the contestants are some familiar faces: Survivor: Millenials vs. Generation X contestants Adam Klein and Sunday BurquestSurvivor runners-up Susie Smith and Carolyn Rivera, Survivor: Cagayan alpha male Lj McKanas and John Raymond, a first boot from Survivor: Thailand

The chipper host, John Vataha, describes the challenge: one member of each tribe »

- Steve Helling

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Why Scott Dixon, Sarah Lacina and Aria Montgomery Are TV’s Social Media MVPs of the Week

6 June 2017 7:18 PM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

TheWrap has partnered with Canvs, the emotion analytics company, for a weekly look at some of the characters and personalities that have TV viewers the most worked up on social media. The data below covers May 24-30 and is drawn from the most emotionally reacted-to television shows, including broadcast, cable, streaming and PPV. A lucky race car driver, the Sole Survivor and a pretty little liar had viewers talking passionately on social media over the past week. During ABC’s broadcast of the 2017 Indianapolis 500, which received 43,158 Emotional Reactions (ERs), racer Scott Dixon was in a fiery crash during the. »

- Fabric Media

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Exclusive: 'Survivor' Winner Sarah Lacina on How She'll Spend Her $1 Million: 'I Want to Be Smart With It'

24 May 2017 10:41 PM, PDT | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

Sarah Lacina's meticulous game won her the million dollar prize on Wednesday's season finale of Survivor: Game Changers -- and she plans to be just as careful with her money.

"I've had nine months to think about it!" she told Et on the red carpet, revealing how she'll spend her money after being announced as season 34's Sole Survivor.

Related: 'Survivor' Crowns Season 34 Winner -- Find Out Who Won the $1 Million Prize!

"I'm going to tie it to my church, obviously. Ten percent is going to church off the top, and then my husband and I just want to build a home, and set money aside for retirement," Lacina continued. "It's really boring, but that's really what's going to happen."

Lacina's plan is airtight -- with no room for impulse purchases.

"I want to be smart with it because a million dollars can go quickly," she shared. "I'm just, I'm »

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Stephen Fishbach’s Survivor Blog: Breaking Down the Final Tribal of the Season

24 May 2017 8:47 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

“The last thing you want to do is piss me off.”

Sarah Lacina, Survivor: Cagayan

Tonight, during the finale of Survivor: Game Changers, Iowa cop Sarah Lacina won the million bucks, the title of Sole Survivor – and most importantly, the Final Fishy.

Sarah came into the season vowing to play more like a criminal rather than a cop. Over the ensuing 39 days, she played one of the strongest games in the history of the show. While she was largely a quiet presence before the merge, Sarah was the decisive force in almost every post-merge vote.

Sarah always voted the right way, »

- Stephen Fishbach

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‘Survivor: Game Changers’ Reveals Season 34 Winner

24 May 2017 7:10 PM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

(Spoiler Alert: Please do not read on if you haven’t watched Wednesday’s “Survivor” Season 34 finale) Sarah Lacina, a 32-year-old cop from Marion, Iowa won the title of “Sole Survivor” and the $1 million prize in a live vote reveal broadcast from CBS Studio Center in Los Angeles on Wednesday night. She beat out former NFL player Brad Culpepper and Sports Illustrated swimsuit photographer Troyzan Roberts at the final Tribal Council. Arguably, storylines and editing telegraphed Lacina’s win with a hero narrative throughout the season. A background character on her first season in 2014, her invitation to return on a »

- Mikey Glazer

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Exclusive: Michaela Bradshaw & Andrea Boehlke Talk Crazy 'Survivor' Vote Steal, Tease 'Bitter' Jury in Finale

18 May 2017 10:45 AM, PDT | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

Sarah is at it again!

On week after viewers watched the 32-year-old police officer incredibly manipulate Sierra into giving her the legacy advantage after she voted her out on Survivor: Game Changers, Sarah returned with another crazy move.

Exclusive: 'Survivor' Castaway Sierra Dawn Thomas on the 'Hail Mary' Move She 'Obviously' Regrets

The two-time player offered to give her vote-stealing advantage to Cirie, knowing that the advantage was non-transferable. When Cirie tried to use the advantage at tribal council to vote out Tai, Sarah saw the the move as an attempt to hurt her game, and instead orchestrated the elimination of Cirie's ally, Michaela Bradshaw.

"That is exactly what that was. It was cutting off Cirie's friend, but it was also looking at, 'Ok, if Troyzan and Brad are a pair, if Aubry and Tai are a pair, if Cirie and Michaela are a pair, who is the strongest out of the pair that »

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The Wall – Review

12 May 2017 5:06 AM, PDT | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

Aaron Taylor-Johnson in The Wall. Photo credit: David James.

Courtesy of Amazon Studios and Roadside Attractions ©

Director Doug Liman’s The Wall is not about Donald Trump’s wall on the Mexican border, the Berlin Wall that symbolized the divide between communist and capitalist countries in the Cold War, or even the Great Wall the Chinese built along their border. No, this wall is the crumbling remains of what was once a building in a contemporary desert war, zone a wall behind which a sniper may be hiding and which later shelters an American serviceman pinned down in that dusty war.

Liman is a skillful film maker but this a decidedly smaller film for the director behind The Bourne Identity and many others. The intimate war drama The Wall starts out in a contemporary desert war zone with a pair of U.S. Army Rangers, Sgt. Allen Isaac (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) and Staff Sgt. »

- Cate Marquis

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Exclusive: Zeke Smith 'Surprised' by Media Support After Being Outed on 'Survivor': 'I Feel a Lot More Love'

4 May 2017 11:15 AM, PDT | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

Zeke Smith didn't win the title of Sole Survivor, but he has perhaps walked away with something more valuable.

The two-time player was outed as transgender three weeks ago by fellow Survivor: Game Changers contestant Jeff Varner, who used Smith being trans as an example of his deception -- in a backwards attempt to save himself from elimination. 

Related: Zeke Smith Voted Off 'Survivor: Game Changers' Weeks After Being Outed During Tribal Council

"There is deception here. Deceptions on levels, Jeff [Probst], that these guys don't even understand," Varner said, looking at Smith. "Why haven't you told anyone that you're transgender?"

Varner was promptly eliminated, though the media wasn't so keen to just snuff his torch and move on. In the weeks that followed, both Varner and Smith gave numerous interviews on the topic, starting a conversation about outing, transgender visibility in the media and even whether CBS was right to have aired the footage.

Through it all »

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Exclusive: Ozzy Lusth on His 128 Days Playing 'Survivor': 'I've Basically Grown Up on the Show'

20 April 2017 11:05 AM, PDT | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

With 128 days in the books, Ozzy Lusth has officially played Survivor more than any other contestant ever -- and he's also the only one to play four times and never win.

The 35-year-old surfer spent his shortest time on the island this most recent go-around (24 days), after being eliminated on Wednesday night's second episode.

Exclusive: Ozzy Lusth on Witnessing Jeff Varner Out Zeke Smith on 'Survivor': 'The Reaction Was Shock'

This season of Survivor: Game Changers seemed tailor-made for Lusth, who quickly became a fan favorite on his first season, 2006's Survivor: Cook Islands, for his survival skills and incredible immunity streaks, though his time was surprisingly cut short on Wednesday after failing to win an immunity challenge he had played -- and won -- twice before.

After lasting more than an hour and half holding himself up on a giant, building-sized pole, Lusth dropped to the ground, giving immunity »

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Exclusive: 'Survivor' Castaway Malcolm Freberg on That Crazy Tribal Council: J.T.'s 'on The Naughty List'

23 March 2017 11:11 AM, PDT | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

Survivor took its fourth victim on Wednesday night's episode, as fan favorite Malcolm Freberg was sent home.

In another Game Changers twist, Nuku and Mana were sent to tribal council after Tavua won the immunity challenge -- but only one castaway would be sent home.

Exclusive: 'Survivor' Castaway Caleb Reynolds on Bromance With Tai After 'Game Changers' Betrayal: 'He Had To'

With the numbers in favor of keeping all members of Nuku, the tribe just had to stick together and hope Mana didn't have a Hidden Immunity Idol... but that proved just a little too difficult. After whispering strategy through a discussion with Jeff Probst, both tribes ended up standing in huddles as they made their decisions on who to vote for.

Nuku settled on Sierra, while Mana decided on our favorite modern-day Fabio, whose fate was sealed after Tai guessed right, playing his idol for Sierra.

It was one of the craziest moments in Survivor history »

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‘Survivor: Game Changers’ Contestants: Who’s Most Likely to Win $1 Million? (Photos)

8 March 2017 4:07 PM, PST | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Survivor” is typically at its most exciting when returning players are in the mix, and part of the fun is going in which an idea of how the contestants might play. So, based on their previous seasons, which “Game Changers” cast members will come out on top? Here they are, ranked from least to most likely to walk away as “Sole Survivor.” 20. Hali Ford (Worlds Apart)  The “Game Changers” theme of this season has left fans scratching their head at a few of the casting choices. Who is Hali? And what exactly did she do to change the game in her. »

- Reid Nakamura

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Meet the Castaways of 'Survivor: Game Changers'

8 February 2017 11:28 AM, PST | buddytv.com | See recent BuddyTV news »

Meet the 20 returning castaways competing on Survivor: Game Changers, which premieres with a two-hour episode on Wednesday, March 8 at 8/7c on CBS.

Season 34, filmed in the Mamanuca Islands in Fiji, sees 20 castaways competing again for the top prize. These returning players have been chosen because they previously made some of the biggest moves in Survivor history. Who will outwit, outplay and outlast the others to claim the Sole Survivor title and earn the $1 million grand prize? »

- editor@buddytv.com

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