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The first player eliminated in any "Survivor" season usually doesn't leave a good impression or a bad impression. Since their torches were snuffed after only an hour-ish of screentime, our reaction to that first booted castaway is usually a little more... Neutral? Apologies to So Kim. At least the first "Survivor: Worlds Apart" contestant sent home doesn't try to defend the questionable web of, um, deception that she and Joaquin spun to their fellow White Collar tribemates to attempt to justify their choice at the season-opening Honest/Deceive choice. So and Joaquin decided to pick "Deceive" and collect an Immunity Idol clue and a small bag of beans -- instead of a bigger bean bag and no clue -- but returned to camp and claimed that they'd actually selected an imaginary third option, "Neutral." "You mean the worst lie that's ever been told?" So laughed when I asked how that »
- Daniel Fienberg
Over the course of its history, USA Network has had both great successes and big disappointments when it comes to their original scripted shows. Which of the current ones will be cancelled or renewed for another season? Stay tuned!
Update: Latest ratings for Suits added.
There's lots of data that USA Network execs look at when deciding whether to renew or cancel a TV series but ratings are the major ingredient. Here's an updated listing of all of their recent/current primetime scripted shows.
Survivor has reached season 30, Jeff Probst is hosting again this season, check out a recap and the results of last night's show and learn who was voted off on week one. This season is titled: “Worlds Apart” and takes place in San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua. There are eighteen castaways that are split up in three tribes of six. The three tribes are Escameca (Blue Collar), Masaya (White Collar), and Nagarote (No Collar). Meet the new cast here. The first episode last night (2/25/15) was titled: “It’s Survivor Warfare” and starts out with each tribe picking one leader. That leader would then pick another player to help make a decision when they got to camp. The Masaya tribe chose Joaquin and he chose So Kim (pictured above) to assist him with decisions. Escameca chose Dan and he picked Mike as his partner. Nagarote chose Will who then chose Jenn as his partner. »
"You can't really sum up how you feel after something like that happens," says "Survivor: Worlds Apart's" first castoff So Kim during our Q&A podcast (listen below). "Especially given the circumstances and everything that I feel like I've gone through to get there. It's heartbreak. It's opportunity lost. It's a what-if, could-have, should-have, would-have." Did you predict So's elimination from the Masaya (White Collar) tribe? If so, why are you not taking part in our "Survivor" prediction contest? The user who scores the most game points at season's end will win a $100 Amazon gift certificate. It's fun and easy, so start predicting now! -Break- Our Top 30 craziest, most inventive ideas for 'Survivor' Season 30 Why did So vote out Carolyn Rivera instead of Shirin Oskooi, who royally messed up that Immunity challenge? "What you don't see on the episode is that Shirin ..." »
It's hard to believe that this is the 30th cycle of Survivor on CBS. Will the ratings rise or fall for this anniversary season? Could it be cancelled or is it certain to be renewed for season 31? Stay tuned.
Jeff Probst returns as host of the "Worlds Apart" edition of Survivor which pits three tribes against one another -- White Collar, Blue Collar and No Collar. Contestants are Tyler Fredrickson, So Kim, Carolyn Rivera, Max Dawson Ph.D., Shirin Oskooi, Joaquin Souberbielle, Kelly Remington, Sierra Dawn Thomas, Mike Holloway, Lindsey Cascaddan, Dan Foley, Rodney Lavoie Jr., Jenn Brown, Hali Ford, Joe Anglim, Nina Poersch, Vince Sly, and Will Sims II.
The higher a show's ratings (particularly the 18-49 demo), the better its chances for survival. New ratings data will be added as it becomes available -- typically around 11:30am Est/8:30am Pst. Refresh to see the »
Stephen Fishbach was the runner-up on Survivor: Tocantins and has been blogging about Survivor strategy for People since 2009. Follow him on Twitter @stephenfishbach."This game is about who you are. Your character is your strategy." -Rafe Judkins, Survivor: GuatemalaSurvivor is back for another season of terrible liars, over-attached creeps, self-aggrandizing loudmouths - and a couple of smart gamers. The big twist this season is that contestants are divided into three tribes: White Collar, Blue Collar, and No Collar. White Collars make the rules; Blue Collars follow the rules; and No Collars break the rules and give uncomfortably long hugs. »
- Stephen Fishbach, @stephenfishbach
The monumental Season 30 premiere of "Survivor: Worlds Apart" didn't disappoint Wednesday night, as we were treated to a massive blindside at Tribal Council chock-full of drama. This opener also gave us a fun and unique way to split up the tribes (White Collar vs. Blue Collar vs. No Collar) and a choose-your-own-adventure-style Immunity challenge hosted by the never-aging Jeff Probst. Did you predict the elimination of So Kim from the Masaya (White Collar) tribe? If so, why are you not taking part in our "Survivor" prediction contest? The user who scores the most game points at season's end will win a $100 Amazon gift certificate. It's fun and easy, so start predicting now! -Break- Our Top 30 craziest, most inventive ideas for 'Survivor' Season 30 To make your weekly predictions, just log in to your account (or create a free one), click on the "Survivor" button and start answering questio...' »
Pre-credit sequence. The teams are arriving in trucks, practically "Wages of Fear" style. Are they trying to say that this season's contestants are combustible? They're TNT, dyno-mite? The 18 castaways have been divided semi-arbitrarily into three tribes based on occupation and outlook on life, whatever that means. Up first? The White Collar tribe. "They're used to being in charge," Jeff Probst says. So admits she might be the Devil, says that she's demanding and makes her underlings cry. Max, who everybody I follow on Twitter knows from his "Survivor" teaching days, says that he's willing to use people to succeed. Carolyn compares this to her corporate experiences. The Blue Collar tribe is next. "They're used to hard work and physical labor," Probst says condescendingly. He resists calling them "salt of the earth" and "just folks." Mike is used to being covered in oil and mud and wants to get his hands filthy. »
- Daniel Fienberg
Tonight's premiere episode, kicked off with the usual introductions of the castmembers as they made their way to see host, Jeff Probst, at the tribal location. After asking them a couple of questions about themselves, Jeff had each group: White Collar, Blue Collar, and No Collar, pick a leader Joaquin and So turned out to be leaders for the White Collar tribe. Dan and Mike for the Blue collar, and Will and Jenn for the No Collar. Also, the white collar tribe was named Masaya. The Blue collar was named Escameca, and the No collar tribe was named Nagarote. After all that was out of the way, all the team leaders were separately offered to be deceitful with their tribes or be honest. If they chose to be deceitful, they got a hidden immunity idol clue and a small bag of beans. If they chose to be honest, they got »
- Andre Braddox
Survivor evolves once again for its 30th season when the reality competition series segregates contestants by their social class for Survivor: Worlds Apart: White Collar vs. Blue Collar vs. No Collar beginning Wednesday, Feb. 25 at 8pmET/Pt on CBS. We did some quick on social classes to determine what it takes to win Survivor by looking at historical information on the past winners – focusing on age and social class — where the details are listed below. “We try to find new ways to change the show so we can give you the same thing only different,” says host and … Continue reading →
The post What class has the best chance to win Survivor? We break it down for you… appeared first on Channel Guide Magazine. »
- Barb Oates
Iona Payne will see you now.
Move over Mr. Grey because Hilarie Burton is stepping back into her ultra sexy role as a dominatrix therapist in tonight's all-new episode of Forever. ETonline had an exclusive chat with Burton to discuss Iona's unexpected return, her re-kindled connection with Henry (Iona Gruffudd), and why Fifty Shades of Grey is "for kids."
Plus, find out what One Tree Hill's Peyton Sawyer is up to today, and what would happen if all of Burton's kick-ass characters were in the same room together. (Spoiler Alert: There would be plenty of tequila shots!)
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You're back for your second episode on Forever as Iona Payne, a dominatrix therapist, and love interest for Henry. What brought you back to the show?
Hilarie Burton: Well I mean it's such a good group of people over there. I really had fun the first go-around and you get »
On TV, commercial breaks are old hat. So USA is trying something different: Interrupting one program for a few seconds to talk about another.
Viewers of repeats of “Law & Order: Svu,” one of the linchpins of USA’s schedule, may have been surprised during a recent episode. Just as detectives Elliot Stabler and Olivia Benson walk up to an apartment door to interview someone, a mysterious symbol flashed between frames of the drama. Within milliseconds, the show disappeared and a dark backdrop with the enigmatic token at its center took up the entire screen, while a hashtag message told couch potatoes to “#digdeeper.” Quickly thereafter, the show returned.
The message, almost subliminal but not quite, is a pitch for “Dig,” a new drama that is of high importance to USA as it seeks to emphasize serialized storytelling over the self-contained plots of one-time mainstays like “Covert Affairs” and “White Collar. »
- Brian Steinberg
Warning: The following contains spoilers for Monday’s Sleepy Hollow Season 2 finale.
Ding dong , the witch is dead.
Sleepy Hollow‘s fast-paced second season-ender was, for most of the hour, a mirror of the series premiere — but with Abbie the woman-out-of-time and Ichabod the skeptical authority figure.
The Witnesses’ chemistry, however, remained the same.
The similarities ended, though, when Mills thwarted Mrs. Crane’s attempts to rewrite history (read: kill Ichabod and leave him dead this time) and restored both of the women to the present day — where Katrina promptly tried to kill Abbie, tussled with Ichabod and wound up dead, »
Recently, CBS dropped this new, first look, photo of their "Survivor Season 30: Worlds Apart" cast, and it turns out that we've got a new set of some very good looking people onboard. As previously reported, the new season will pit White Collar, Blue Collar and No Collar tribes against each other to start off the season, and then do its regular thing when the tribes eventually merge. It's set to premiere this Wednesday night, February 25th at 7pm central time on CBS. The contestants are all brand new with no returning contestants. The contestants are: Carolyn Rivera (52) from Tampa, Florida, Dan Foley (47) from Gorham, Maine, Hali Ford (25) from San Francisco, California. Joaquin Souberbielle (27) from Valley Stream, New York, Kelly Remington (44) from Grand Island, New York, Jenn Brown (22) from Long Beach, California. Max Dawson (37) from Topanga, California. Lindsey Cascaddan (24) from College Park, Florida, Joseph Anglim (25) from Scottsdale, Arizona, So Kim (30) from Long Beach, »
- Andre Braddox
That Dottie Underwood is a real gas.
As Marvel’s Agent Carter closed its penultimate hour, the Soviet assassin carted a canister of the mysterious “Item 17″ taken from Howard Stark’s toy trove into a movie house, which soon enough turned into one murderous matinee.
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What’s next for Dottie and cohort Dr. Ivchenko, as the ABC freshman uncorks its finale Tuesday at 9/8c? TVLine spoke with busy, busy Bridget Regan about that, her similarly not-so-plain Jane role and more.
Tvline | Before you called, I had just remembered that you were in John Wick, »
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 Shameless, The Flash, Nashville and The Blacklist!
1 | Has Hawaii Five-o upped the ante when it comes to how police convoys get hijacked on TV? #CameInLikeaWreckingball
2 | Were you impressed by Hart of Dixie‘s commitment to keeping Wade shirtless throughout nearly all of last Friday’s episode?
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3 | Fiona and Gus’ quickie marriage on Shameless: Foolish or romantic?
Joe Manganiello is back and looking better than ever as he reprises the role of Big Dick Richie in Magic Mike Xxl. We got a glimpse of Joe in all his glory when an official trailer for the sequel was released this week, and yes, we had to fan ourselves. Joe burst onto the scene with his breakout role as werewolf Alcide in True Blood, he's also nabbed screen time in What to Expect When You're Expecting, a guest spot on White Collar, and, lucky for us, a part as a male stripper in Magic Mike. Since Joe's career has totally taken off, we thought we'd highlight all the times that his shirt has come off, too. Keep reading for Joe's hottest shirtless photos. »
With “White Collar” gone we’ve been looking for ways to get our Matt Bomer fix, but with the first glimpse at “Magic Mike Xxl,” we don’t need to look any further. Fresh off a Golden Globe win for HBO’s “The Normal Heart,” Bomer stands alongside Channing Tatum in the trailer for the highly anticipated sequel. With both of their latest projects highly dramatic (Tatum in the Oscar nominated “Foxcatcher”), the actors show a different side of their skill sets in the movie, out July 1. Inspired by this post? Check out our film audition listings! »
Before being upped to exec producer from co-exec producer on Universal TV’s “Allegiance,” Raisani worked on “White Collar” and “Burn Notice,” beginning his career as a staff writer on the latter. He served seven seasons on the show, ending his run as co-exec producer.
“We’re so pleased to have Rashad join us in this new capacity at Universal Television, where we will all benefit from his intelligence and terrific instincts,” said Bela Bajaria, executive vice president, Universal Television. “We were fans of Rashad’s work on ‘Burn Notice’ and ‘White Collar,” and having his expertise on ‘Allegiance’ has been invaluable.”
“Allegiance” premieres this Thursday on NBC.
Raisani is repped by UTA and manager Larry Shuman.
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
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On her birthday, we had no choice but to celebrate the eternally youthful Saved by the Bell icon. Here are all the reasons Kelly/Tiffani is our forever crush.
Her taste in dresses? Perfection.
All clothes really. I would wear this outfit every day.
And she had excellent taste in formalwear, even when she wasn’t entirely certain what was going on.
Her fitness game was on point.
So was her modeling game.
Like, so on point. She even got a job modeling in Paris. We never saw it happen and it was never spoken of again, but for one episode she had the possibility of being a Paris model and that was the early ‘90s dream, »
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