Whenever a Borneo contestant appears on this show it’s time to get a little bit excited. With Gretchen Cordy, that remains the case. A long time fan favourite who has been described as a potential winner of the game, she was involved in what is universally considered the first ‘blindside’ in the history of the show and set the standard for future seasons. But just how did the vote out go down? What dirt can she give on several long standing secrets from her season? And just which Pagong member demanded a phone off Mark Burnett to quit the game only days into filming? You’ll have to find out by clicking below!
The big landmark season 30 is now in the books for Survivor, and Worlds Apart has left a somewhat strange taste in the mouth. Billed by Jeff and others at CBS as one of the best seasons ever, it was an unusual season, with some great moments, a cast with massive potential, and a very popular winner. Yet it was a strangely personal season, and downright uncomfortable to watch at times. Contrast that with San Juan del Sur – a season seemingly unloved by production and downplayed right from the start. The cast was widely panned and the seasons written off by many. However, in retrospect, it was a season that built to a great ending and had solid amounts of strategy throughout. Some of the characters were a bit forgettable, but there were a surprising amount of game players as well. It may be a big call but I’m calling San Juan del Sur as the better season of the two, and here are ten reasons why.
With the Ozcar full results out of the way, Feature Monday’s are back in business. Given the increased frequency of CBS using past contestants from one of their reality shows to beef up the casting lineup of another e.g. Keith and Whitney from Survivor South Pacific competing on The Amazing Race or The Twinies from The Amazing Race competing on Survivor San Juan del Sur, today American Ozlet Anthony Rossi drafts his own season of Survivor featuring Amazing Race teams. Who would Rossi like to see stranded on a deserted island? Read on to find out!
We conclude our reveals of each of our Ozcar categories as today we bring you who you voted as the top 25 greatest Survivor players of all time! You know the winner, you know the final five, but did your favourite season just miss out on reaching the finals? Read on to find out!
We continue our reveals of each of our Ozcar categories, and today we bring you who you voted as the top 29 Survivor winners of all time! You know the winner, you know the final five, but did your favourite sole survivor just miss out on reaching the finals? Read on to find out!
Every six months, we bring you a chart showing you the 50 most downloaded interviews in the history of Survivor Oz! Exactly six months on from our 2014 end of year chart, it’s that time again to bring you which 50 interviews you have listened to the most in the history of your favourite Survivor show!
Today we bring you who you voted for as the Top 25 Best Survivor Players who have Never Won. The results were interesting, the usual suspects are here, there are some new entries from old and new seasons and some surprises too. You know the winner, you know the final five, but did your favourite season just miss out on reaching the finals? What do you think of the Top 25?