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In this week’s double episode, rain dampens the survivors’ spirits, everyone plays footsie, and two more contestants join the jury.
Fishbach makes a surprising show of prowess, Jeremy sees double, and Ciera’s big move finally happens – all on this week’s Survivor.
Balls bounce, eyes roll, and birds flip – on this week’s Survivor.
When all tribes become one, multiple players take advantage of captive audiences and we witness the evolution of post-alliance gameplay.
On this week's Survivor recap: The tribes drop their buffs once again, Fishbach finds a challenge he can win, and two players go home.
This week on Survivor: There’s bird in the hand, a snake in the grass, and a rat in a cooking pot, but people are flipping out over nothing.
On Survivor: old grudges die hard, a reward challenge has mixed results, and immunity is a dangerous game.
Episode the Third. In which a new tribe is formed, Jeff Varner says the wrong thing at the wrong time to the wrong person, and a long-standing feud is finally resolved.
A downtrodden alliance gets its crap together, a so-so romance makes grown men cry, and the more things change, the more they stay the same.
It’s the 31st season of Survivor, and what do they do to make it feel new? They take some old players out for another spin. Can they rekindle the flame?
Bo and Luke Duke may have been in trouble with the law since they day they was born, but now they're in trouble with the PC police and actor John Schneider ain't going to take it lying down, no matter how many racists slaughter how many African-Americans.
Neil Gaiman's award-winning fantasy novel American Gods is finally being adapted for television, and the news is good, bad, and ugly. HBO is out of the mix, but the show has a definite god-like ability to keep rising from the dead.
The Wire creator David Simon is teaming up with HBO to bring his trademarked brand of gritty realism to the sex-on-film industry of the 1970s.
Tyrese Gibson will soon co-host a relationship-focused talk show on the OWN network, but his own relationship issues make him an odd choice for the gig.
Patrick Stewart has something to say about a baker in Northern Ireland who refused to write a pro-gay slogan on a cake depicting an image of Bert and Ernie.
Satan himself is coming to FOX... yeah, yeah, you're making a Rupert Murdoch joke in your head, we know. But no, this Devil is getting his own hour-long dramedy, and you better believe the Christian Right is raising hell.
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