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

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Inside the Annual Event Where Survivor Castaways & Superfans Endure Mud, Sweat & Tears for Charity
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 Burquest, Survivor 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
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Stephen Fishbach’s Survivor Blog: Breaking Down the Final Tribal of the Season

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Stephen Fishbach’s Survivor Blog: Breaking Down the Final Tribal of the Season
“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,
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'Celebrity Apprentice' Richard Hatch -- Trump 'Slides Up' On Women ... And Melania Knows It (Video)

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[[tmz:video id="0_rhephx7w"]] "Celebrity Apprentice" contestant Richard Hatch says he witnessed Donald Trump's lewd conduct with women repeatedly, and anyone claiming differently -- including his family -- is full of it. Hatch, who famously won the first "Survivor" crown before working closely with Donald on 'Apprentice' ... says the boss made a habit of getting close to women as soon as they walked in the room. He adds ... Trump never took the hint either when they'd try to shake him.
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Donald Trump Made ‘Sexual Comments’ To Marlee Matlin And Lisa Rinna, ‘Celebrity Apprentice’ Contestant Claims

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A former “Celebrity Apprentice” contestant is not mincing words with how Donald Trump allegedly acted toward women behind the scenes. Richard Hatch, who competed on season 11 of the NBC reality-competition show, alleges in a new interview that the 70-year-old Republican presidential nominee would regularly act inappropriately toward female contestants on the show, including Marlee […]
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Report Claims Donald Trump Made Sexual Comments Toward Lisa Rinna and Marlee Matlin While Taping Celebrity Apprentice

Report Claims Donald Trump Made Sexual Comments Toward Lisa Rinna and Marlee Matlin While Taping Celebrity Apprentice
Donald Trump is facing a set of negative allegations regarding his treatment of female contestants on Celebrity Apprentice, according to a new report. Former contestant Richard Hatch recently spoke to People, claiming the Republican presidential nominee made sexual comments toward Lisa Rinna and Marlee Matlin while filming season 11 of the reality competition series in 2011.  "Watching him in the boardroom making sexual comments to Marlee Matlin, to all of the women on the Apprentice, it was obvious that that's just a part of who he is," Hatch recalled to the magazine. "It was obvious and it was grotesque. It was blatant and it was frequent. He did it...
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Donald Trump Hit On Marlee Matlin During The Celebrity Apprentice, Former Contestant Claims

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Donald Trump Hit On Marlee Matlin During The Celebrity Apprentice, Former Contestant Claims
When Donald Trump presided over the Celebrity Apprentice, he had complete control of the boardroom.

But did the future Republican nominee go too far in dealing with the female celebrities? At least one former contestant thinks so.

“Watching him in the boardroom making sexual comments to Marlee Matlin, to all of the women on the Apprentice, it was obvious that that’s just a part of who he is,” says 2011 contestant Richard Hatch. “It was obvious and it was grotesque. It was blatant and it was frequent. He did it with Lisa Rinna; He did it with Marlee Matlin. He
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'Survivor' poll update: Your favorite Male winners are Rob Mariano, Jeremy Collins ...

'Survivor' poll update: Your favorite Male winners are Rob Mariano, Jeremy Collins ...
All week long we've been asking for your help in determining which of the former Male "Survivor" winners is the best of all time. As of this writing, Season 22's "Boston" Rob Mariano (31%) and Season 31's Jeremy Collins (10%) lead the "Survivor" results, but there is still time to cast your vote. Keep voting in our poll below. -Break- Subscribe to Gold Derby Breaking News Alerts & Experts’ Latest Oscar Predictions There are many worthy winners to choose from over the past 31 seasons, including original snake Richard Hatch, bad cop Tony Vlachos and nerd extraordinaire John Cochran. But you can only vote for one man, so choose wisely. So far, there have been 18 male champions while women have only won 13 seasons. Need help remembering the past 31 winners? Then scroll through our "Survivor" photo gallery below the poll that highlights the complete list of winners since 2000. After voting in our poll,...'
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'Survivor' poll: Who's the best male winner of all time? (Cast your vote)'

'Survivor' poll: Who's the best male winner of all time? (Cast your vote)'
We need your help, Derbyites. As the 32nd season of "Survivor" continues to heat up on CBS, we want to know who's really the best Male winner of all time? Vote in our poll below. -Break- Subscribe to Gold Derby Breaking News Alerts & Experts’ Latest Oscar Predictions There are many worthy winners to choose from over the past 31 seasons, including original snake Richard Hatch, fourth-time's-the-charm Rob Mariano and nerd extraordinaire John Cochran. But you can only vote for one man, so choose wisely. So far, there have been 18 male champions while women have only won 13 seasons. Need help remembering the past 31 winners? Then scroll through our "Survivor" photo gallery below the poll that highlights the complete list of winners since 2000. After voting in our poll, be sure to make your predictions as to which "Survivor: Kaoh Rong" castaway will be voted off next using our easy drag-and-drop menu. And sound
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Survivor Winner Richard Hatch Drops Trou (Again!) on The Biggest Loser

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Survivor Winner Richard Hatch Drops Trou (Again!) on The Biggest Loser
Richard Hatch notoriously has no qualms about getting naked. "I'm not an exhibitionist, but I don't care either, so I'm often naked. It's just the way it is," the Survivor winner recently told People of why he walked around in the buff during the premiere season of the CBS reality competition in 2000. "I don't give a crap about how people feel about how I look." That said, Hatch is now a contestant on The Biggest Loser and admits that he is now "old and fat." But that doesn't mean he's any less likely to drop trou."You're looking at your new pool boy,
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The Biggest Loser: (Temptation Nation) Season 17 Ratings

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It's a new year, a new night, and a "new" host for The Biggest Loser. Alison Sweeney is gone but some past contestants are returning. NBC renewed the series for a 17th season but there are fewer episodes this time around. How will the venerable competition perform in the ratings this time around? Cancelled or renewed for season 18? Stay tuned.

On The Biggest Loser: Temptation Island, 16 contestants (including Richard Hatch from Survivor and Erin Willett from The Voice) are tempted with food, money, electronics, and shopping. Dolvett Quince and Jennifer Widerstrom return as trainers and former trainer Bob Harper has taken over for Alison Sweeney as host.

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Meet the Contestants of 'The Biggest Loser' Season 17: Temptation Nation

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Meet the Contestants of 'The Biggest Loser' Season 17: Temptation Nation
Meet the contestants competing on The Biggest Loser season 17, premiering Monday, January 4 at 9pm on NBC.

In season 17, with Bob Harper as the host and "Temptation" as the theme, the team vs. team competition is back. Dolvett Quince and Jen Widerstrom will train eight two-person teams, who will learn how to deal with temptation in the real world. Seven of these teams know each other (either as relatives or best friends), while one team consists of two strangers -- including Survivor winner Richard Hatch and The Voice alum Erin Willett. The winner will receive a $250,000 grand prize.
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Richard Hatch revisits Survivor Season 1 on The 2000s: A New Reality tonight on National Geographic Channel

The 2000s: A New Reality premieres Sunday, July 12, and Monday, July 13, at 9/8Ct on National Geographic Channel. He was Survivor’s first million-dollar winner. The first and only to find out that he was the victor at the final tribal council. Depending on how you remember him, Richard Hatch is also the guy who invented the now tried and true Survivor tactic of forming alliances. The naked guy. The snake that ate the rat like nature — and Sue Hawk —intended. On Sunday night, National Geographic Channel catches up with Hatch in its absorbing two-night event, The 2000s: A New … Continue reading →

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Unscripted Television Led the Charge in Embracing Lgbt Community

Unscripted Television Led the Charge in Embracing Lgbt Community
When Caitlyn Jenner revealed her transgender truth to Diane Sawyer on primetime TV, Lgbt issues were thrown under an ever bigger spotlight than ever before. And while scripted series have sporadically featured gay characters, unscripted television embraced the Lgbt community a long time ago.

Certainly television, in general, is far from having evenly distributed representation, with GLAAD’s 2014 annual report of diversity in television calculating only 3.9% of primetime scripted series regulars as members of the Lgbt community.

On all sides of equation, scripted or otherwise, television is experiencing an influx of Lgbt awareness, including Jenner’s new docu-series “I Am Cait” on E!, Laverne Cox’s recurring role in the scripted series “Orange Is the New Black,” Oyxgen’s docu-series “The Prancing Elites Project,” above, which follows an African-American, gay and gender non-conforming dance team, and TLC’s upcoming show “I Am Jazz” about 14-year-old trans teenager Jazz Jennings.

Using
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Waxing Episodic: The 15th anniversary of the premiere of 'Survivor: Borneo'

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Waxing Episodic: The 15th anniversary of the premiere of 'Survivor: Borneo'
In HitFix's new feature "Waxing Episodic," we reflect on an episode of television we'll never forget. On May 31, 2000, I watched the premiere of "Survivor." I was edgy.  At that point, the "Survivor" audience was just me and 15.5 million of my fellow early adapters. The next week, the "Survivor" audience went to 18 million and then to 23.25 million. Before "Empire" made our minds boggle at the mere idea of a show actually gaining viewers each week, there was "Survivor," which started with a 6.1 rating among adults 18-49 and was at a 12.7 rating by its penultimate installment. [I actually missed that first finale, which averaged nearly 52 million viewers, because I was in the process of moving to Los Angeles. Nobody tell me who won!] Last week's 15th anniversary marked a good time to dust off my "Survivor" (or "Survivor: Borneo" or "Survivor: Pulau Tiga") DVDs and our frequent -- when we happen to have the time -- "Waxing Episodic" feature was a perfect time to reflect on how the game has changed and how it remains the same. I contemplated
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Recap: 'Survivor: Worlds Apart' - 'It Will Be My Revenge'

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Pre-credit sequence. Oddly, rather than returning to camp post-vote with White Collar, we kick things off on the Blue Collar beach where the crabs are plentiful. Everybody is enjoying their food. Everybody, that is, other than Dan. Dan returns from the sea after a bit of drama that caused him to lose his underwear. He's made a diaper out of a shirt, with a belt around his waist. And with Dan wearing his shirt as underwear, that means Dan doesn't have a shirt. The ladies suggest he might want to cut up his jeans, but Dan doesn't want to "raw dog" in jeans, which makes sense because you sure don't want to be the first player in "Survivor" history to be medically evacuated with chafed genitals. Lindsey babbles about how this was Dan's strategy because he had nothing else going for him. She just wants to get to Tribal
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'Survivor' poll: Who's the best male winner of all time? (Cast your vote)'

'Survivor' poll: Who's the best male winner of all time? (Cast your vote)'
We need your help, Derbyites. As the monumental 30th season of "Survivor" continues to heat up CBS, we want to know who's really the best Male winner of all time? Vote in our poll below. -Break- Related: 'Survivor' poll: Who's the best female winner of all time? (Cast your vote) There are many worthy winners to choose from over the past 29 seasons, including original snake Richard Hatch, fourth-time's-the-charm Rob Mariano and nerd extraordinaire John Cochran. But you can only vote for one man, so choose wisely. So far, there have been 16 male champions while women have won 13 different seasons. Need help remembering the past 29 winners? Then scroll through our "Survivor" photo gallery below the poll that highlights every victory since 2000. After voting in our poll, be sure to cast your predictions as to which "Survivor: Worlds Apart" castaway will win using our easy drag-and-drop menu. T...'
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Stephen Fishbach's Survivor Blog: Good Naked, Bad Naked and a 'Classic Overplay'

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Stephen Fishbach's Survivor Blog: Good Naked, Bad Naked and a 'Classic Overplay'
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."I will do what everybody feels most comfortable doing. I don't care what that is." -Todd Herzog, Survivor: China winnerPeople on Survivor just want to feel safe. Before you ever hit the beach, you've suffered months of preparation. You've passed the grueling gauntlet of casting, where you are assessed against a dozen people who look vaguely like you. You have trained - swum, sprinted and Crossfit Wod-ed until you had nothing left to snatch. You
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Stephen Fishbach's Survivor Blog: Good Naked, Bad Naked and a 'Classic Overplay'

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Stephen Fishbach's Survivor Blog: Good Naked, Bad Naked and a 'Classic Overplay'
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."I will do what everybody feels most comfortable doing. I don't care what that is." -Todd Herzog, Survivor: China winnerPeople on Survivor just want to feel safe. Before you ever hit the beach, you've suffered months of preparation. You've passed the grueling gauntlet of casting, where you are assessed against a dozen people who look vaguely like you. You have trained - swum, sprinted and Crossfit Wod-ed until you had nothing left to snatch. You
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Why Survivor's all-time best season rankings are wrong

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Why Survivor's all-time best season rankings are wrong
The results of a CBS.com poll of "Survivor" fans are now on newsstands, as part of a special commemorative issue of CBS Watch! magazine. The 100-page, full-color magazine is a pretty great overview of the series, except for the absolute wrongness of its polls. That's especially true for its "all time best seasons" poll. Yes, ranking "Survivor" seasons is about as difficult as stacking cooked spaghetti noodles, and about as useful. It's mostly good for creating disagreement. What one viewer values, another dismisses--but that's one of the many reasons why the series has survived for 30 seasons. There's a lot to argue about. Even looking at objective data about Survivor winners and cast members can prompt discussion. So, here are the results of CBS' poll, and one fan's thoughts and arguments about why the other fans' collective wisdom often seems screwed up. #1: Survivor Heroes vs. Villains, season 20, 2010 Why this
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Why 'Big Brother's' master strategist Derrick should be on 'Survivor' next

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Why 'Big Brother's' master strategist Derrick should be on 'Survivor' next
Derrick Levasseur has masterfully controlled this season of "Big Brother." When it ends tonight, following the premiere of "Survivor San Juan Del Sur," Derrick will most likely be the winner. He should compete on "Survivor" next. As one of the quieter members of the best Big Brother cast in years, Derrick stood out not for having an over-the-top personality, but for his impeccable game. Socially and strategically, he dominated. First, yes, there's a small chance something could get in his way of winning: a bitter jury could vote for his opponent, or he could lose the final Hoh competition. ("Big Brother" traditionally and stupidly uses a final Hoh competition that's essentially random--the players have to guess answers to questions the jury members were asked--so it's basically equivalent to a dice roll.) Still, even with the slim chance that he loses that competition, Derrick has created such strong relationships that he'll
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