The Emmy Award-winning series Survivor is coming back to CBS.
Wednesday, CBS announced the 18 castaways who will compete against each other when the series returns for its 29th season.
CBS’s Premiere Week Wednesday features an all-reality lineup that includes a big season opener and climactic finale.
CBS’ “The Big Bang Theory” and “The Good Wife” have received the most nods for the fourth annual Critics Choice Television Awards, tying with many cable networks’ offerings.
The Survivor: Cagayan season finale airs tonight, and with only four castaways left, one will “pull one of the greatest comebacks in Survivor history.”
It’s not a publicly-funded ballpark or a jungle in the Philippines, but Miami Marlins President and Survivor castaway David Samson is making himself at home on a new stage- the one at the South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center.
“I always wanted to be on the show,” said Miami Marlins David Samson about the CBS hit show, “Survivor.” “If you have a dream, just do it. Don’t sit on the couch. Just go for it.”
It’s official! Miami Marlins president David Samson traded in the ball park for a taste of the great outdoors as a castaway on the next season of the hit CBS series Survivor.
Eleven former teams return for another sprint around the globe on a special All-Star themed edition of “The Amazing Race”, while brains, brawn and beauty face off in “Survivor”, as both Emmy Award-winning series return this February.
After 39 grueling days, one castaway was crowned the Sole Survivor and awarded $1 million on the two-hour season finale of Survivor: Blood vs. Water.
CBS has renewed the reality competition series for two more cycles, to air during the 2014-2015 season.