'Survivor: One World' Winner Is Kim Spradlin

The bridal shop owner edges out four other contestants in the all-women finale after winning the first and second immunity challenges.

'Survivor: One World's' Greg 'Tarzan' Smith: 'The girls were much smarter' than the boys

Greg "Tarzan" Smith is the latest castaway voted off "Survivor: One World." He tells Zap2it in his exit interview that the girls were smarter post-merge.Are you glad you did "Survivor"? Was it everything you hoped/expected it to be?"I'm immensely glad that I did 'Survivor.' I really am an adventurer and it was an adventure. I starved, I didn't sleep, I lost 25 lbs. I developed a protein deficiency ... I love the interplay socially. It was like playing a chess game. I loved that. The problem was it was an 18-tier chess game with 18 brains and that made it incomparably fun for me. I had a great time. And I lost the weight that i needed to lose." In hindsight, do you still think it was a good strategy to turn on the men?"In all fairness, that isn't how it went down. In the beginning, it was me that formed a cadre of 5...

TV ratings: 'American Idol' falls a little Wednesday, 'Modern Family' and 'CSI' finale up

Fast National ratings for Wednesday, May 9, 2012The Final Four on "American Idol" didn't pull in quite as big an audience as the Top Five did last week, but FOX still won Wednesday's ratings by a wide margin. "Modern Family" and the season finale of "CSI" both improved on last week's numbers, and "Revenge's" flashback episode was up a tick in adults 18-49.FOX grabbed 16.1 million viewers and a 9.8 rating/16 share in households, beating second-place CBS (10.6 million, 6.6/11) by more than 5 million viewers. ABC (7.1 million, 4.6/7) took third. NBC came in fourth with 4.95 million viewers and a 3.3/5. The CW finished with just under a million viewers and a 0.7/1.FOX also dominated the adults 18-49 demographic with a 4.4 rating, down slightly from last week's 4.6. CBS was the best of the rest with a 2.7, followed by ABC's 2.5 NBC averaged 1.3 in the demo and The CW 0.4....

'Survivor': Alicia Declares War On Chelsea

Last week, Alicia declared that she was running the show on " Survivor: One World " (Wed., 8 p.m. ET on CBS), and she did so again this week. And yet, it's been pretty clear to everyone watching, and everyone on the island, that Kim was calling the shots. Kim has also been playing both sides of the remaining six contestants. A dangerous game that she feared would come unraveled. But instead, she was able to take advantage of Tarzan trying to do the same thing to get the women united one more time to evict the final man in the game. She was right in declaring that it would be disappointing to see a man in the final tribal council, after the women had worked so well together to decimate them. So Tarzan was the next to go, leaving five women alone to vie for the title of Sole Survivor. Find out who wins the whole thing on the typical Sunday finale for "Survivor," kicking off at 8 p.m. ET on CBS. TV Replay scours the vast television landscape to find the most interesting, amusing, and, on a good day, amazing moments, and delivers them right to your browser.

'Survivor: One World': Behind Kim's devious blue eyes

Can any future episodes of "Survivor: One World" live up to the awesomeness that was Kat's "fun and exciting" blindside. Heh. We enjoyed that just as much watching it again on the previouslies. This episode certainly doesn't live up to last week, but everybody sure likes talking about Kim and her big blue devious eyes. TikianoTarzan is seeing that perhaps he has a way into the Top 3, though we are skeptical - all the girls have to realize the guys will totally vote for him to win just because they're bitter, right? His first play is to talk to Kim about her plan, saying her best bet is to go to the finals with Christina and Alicia. Interesting. The next day, Chelsea lays it out for Christina why she should go with herself and Kim, and Christina immediately runs back to tell Tarzan, Alicia and Kim everything Chelsea said. Kim is nervous - she's...

Survivor: One World Season Finale “Perception Is Not Always Reality”

Survivor : One World  season finale  “Perception Is Not Always Reality” airs on Sunday May 13 at 8:00PM ET/PT on CBS. Episode Synopsis:  For the first time, an all-women final five battle for the title of Sole Survivor, and one castaway breaks down before the final Tribal Council, on the two-hour season finale of SURVIVOR: ONE WORLD followed by the one-hour LIVE reunion show, Sunday, May 13 (8:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Read More...  

Interview: Kat Edorsson talks 'Survivor: One World'

HitFix's Daniel Fienberg interviews Kat Edorsson about her elimination from Survivor: One World.

Survivor: One World Episode 13 “It’s Human Nature”

Survivor : One World  Episode 13 “It’s Human Nature” airs on Wednesday May 9 at 8:00PM ET/PT on CBS. Episode Synopsis:  An unlikely betrayal within an alliance puts one castaway on the defense, while another tribe member concocts an elaborate story to gain an advantage in the game, on SURVIVOR: ONE WORLD, Wednesday, May 9 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Read More...  

Survivor Eliminee Kat Gets Candid: Talks Shoplifting Arrest—and the Secret of Kim's Mustache!

Believe it or not, her shocking exit from Survivor: One World wasn't Kat Edorsson's first blindside. In November 2010, the reality show's latest eliminee was arrested for...

'Survivor': Women Finally Turn On Their Own

After eliminating every male they thought was any kind of threat, leaving Tarzan the last man standing on " Survivor: One World " (Wed., 8 p.m. ET on CBS), the women finally started turning on one another. At this point, the strategy became about getting rid of anyone who stood a chance of doing well with the jury. After making a boneheaded and non-strategic move upon her victory at the loved ones reward challenge, Kat put herself on the radar. Then, she lasted a full hour against Kim in the immunity challenge, proving herself a physical threat, as well as someone who hadn't made any real enemies on the island, and particularly with the male-dominated jury. It came down to Kat and Sabrina -- who worried front-runners Kim and Alicia because of how well-spoken she is -- at Tribal Council. Quickly, the tide turned against Kat and though she said that backstabbing is exciting in the game, she wasn't all that enthusiastic to be on the receiving end of the latest one. "Survivor: One World" marches toward its finale with a double blast next week, airing next Wednesday at 8 p.m. ET and wrapping up Sunday at 8 p.m. ET on CBS, followed by the traditional reunion special. TV Replay scours the vast television landscape to find the most interesting, amusing, and, on a good day, amazing moments, and delivers them right to your browser.