Survivor seasons are often remembered for how they end. As a season progresses, the decisions and strategies implemented have a more direct impact on the end result and this means that the post-merge game is often more interesting and memorable. But the pre-merge is an often underrated part of the game where alliances are made and tested, tribes battle against each other for control of the game, and the foundations for success or failure in the end game are built. They can also be the most entertaining, as there are more people and therefore characters and conflict are everywhere. Tribe rivalries can make challenges more meaningful and interesting and with multiple camps to show, the action can be quicker paced and keeps things ticking along. On seasons with new players, their inexperience can make for fun times, and veteran seasons can show returning players to be cut throat right from the beginning. Join Ozlet Nick Chester as he counts down ten seasons that have a pre-merge worth seeing. Continue reading
For the 30th season of Worlds Apart we will be once again bringing you our weekly POWER RANKINGS as Ben & Noah rank the contestants each week based on performance and strategy and where they are perceived to be in the game! This season we also welcome two special guest POWER RANKERS with San Juan Del Sur favourites Jeremy & Val Collins also joining in the fun and help rank the contestants! We continue our rankings for another week with our episode 1 rankings, which we are sure will cause speculation and debate as we get closer to next weeks episode!
Feature Monday is here again and today we bring you another segment of Ozlet Ivan Ornelas’s name game. Today five different names are placed under the microscope for a close-up look at the similarities and differences of castaways bearing the same name. Which names have strong legacies attached to them and which ones seem to spell failure? Click below to see who makes the cut in round 4!
With the premiere of the milestone thirtieth season of Survivor just a day away, Anthony Rossi looks at some of the biggest things that fans can look forward to in Survivor Worlds Apart. With plenty of buzz in the media over the off season celebrating the show’s long running history, there’s also plenty to be thrilled about in terms of what the future has in store. Read on for what Rossi’s excited about and let us know what things you also can’t wait for, or wish would have been done differently in the comments!
Survivor and The Amazing Race are two reality television juggernauts that share a very long and entwined history. From Jeff Probst and Phil Keoghan originally squaring off for the Survivor hosting gig to contestants first appearing on one show and later returning for the other, these two shows have a whole lot in common. Before their back to back premieres this week, Ozlet Alex Morella looks at the strengths of each show and what they can possibly learn from one another. Read on to find out why these shows should pool their wisdom.