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Interview: Gervase Peterson talks 'Survivor: Blood vs. Water'

Gervase Peterson talks 'Survivor: Blood vs. Water' in this interview with HitFix's Daniel Fienberg. Gervase finished third on the most recent "Survivor" installment.  Read More... //www.hitfix.com/the-fien-print/interview-gervase-peterson-talks-survivor-blood-vs-water

'Survivor's' Hayden Moss: 'Big Brother's' social and mental aspects are tougher

Hayden Moss and Laura Morett were two of the last castaways standing on "Survivor: Blood vs. Water," but they couldn't quite get to the end. Hayden tells Zap2it that he doesn't blame Monica for not flipping, while Laura tells us that she could not be more proud of her daughter Ciera.Zap2it: Hayden, are you glad you went on "Survivor"? Hayden: Totally glad. It was amazing. The game in general is incredible. It's hard, it's one of those experiences you look back on and you feel like you accomplished something. You're out there on the island, you're surviving. You get to meet an amazing group of people that you get to share an experience with that you'll never, ever forget.Contrast your "Survivor" and "Big Brother" experiences. How are they similar? How were they different?H: The biggest difference is the physical difference. "Survivor" is physically hard. You're trying to survive off the land, trying to fish, find... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/12/survivors-hayden-moss-big-brothers-social-and-mental-aspects-are-tougher.html

'Survivor's' Tina Wesson: 'Even if I'm 80, I'll still go back'

Tina Wesson and Ciera Eastin fell just short of making the Final 3 on "Survivor: Blood vs. Water," but they are happy for Tyson and tell Zap2it that they'd both go back in a heartbeat.Zap2it: Are you glad you went back on "Survivor", Tina? Is it getting harder each time you go back? It's not like you're an old woman, but the game looks so exhausting.Tina: You are so funny. Absolutely, I'm glad. Even if I'm 80, I'll still go back. Yes, it does get a whole lot harder for me, both physically and how the game has morphed. It is such a psychological game. It used to be you formed your alliance and it stayed true the whole time. Now, you form your alliance and five minutes later there's another alliance. It's extremely stressful.Did you consider voting for anyone other than Tyson to win the money?T: I did not. I had a hard time... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/12/survivors-tina-wesson-even-if-im-80-ill-still-go-back.html

Survivor: Blood Vs. Water Finale — Who Won Season 27?

The time has come for us to bid farewell to yet another season of Survivor and congratulate one castaway on outwitting, outplaying, and outlasting their fellow contestants. Season 27 of the long-running CBS reality competition show saw a huge twist, pitting families against each other, dubbing this season “Blood vs. Water.” But which player snagged the $1 million check from host Jeff Probst this year?  Read More... //feeds.wetpaint.com/~r/wetpaint/latest/excerpt/~3/9CZsG1uGl5g/2013-12-16-tyson-apostol-wins-blood-water

'Survivor' winner Tyson Apostol would definitely go back if they asked him

Tyson Apostol was crowned the winner of "Survivor: Blood vs. Water" Sunday (Dec. 15) by a vote of 6-1. He played a good game and he tells Zap2it that even after winning, he loves the game so much that he'd definitely go back if CBS asked.Zap2it: Obviously you're glad you went back on "Survivor" -- how are you feeling, has it sunk in yet?Tyson Apostol: "What's this supposed to feel like? That's the thing, I feel the same. Am I going to feel different? I was happy before and I'm happy now. There's things I'm excited to do with the money. I'm grateful that Mark and Jeff and everybody else at "Survivor" gave me another opportunity, but I don't know if it's going to sink in really or what it's going to feel like if it does.You played a great game, but were you really feeling the pressure to win the final two Immunities? Because... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/12/survivor-winner-tyson-apostol-would-definitely-go-back-if-they-asked-him.html

'Survivor's' Monica Culpepper hopes they bring Brad Culpepper back

Monica Culpepper stuck by her "Survivor: Blood vs. Water" alliance and went all the way to the Final 3, where she finished second to Tyson Apostol. She tells Zap2it that Zap2it: Are you glad you went back on "Survivor"? What was different for you this time around?Monica Culpepper: Absolutely I was glad to go back. What was different was I got to bring Brad with me and that was just awesome ... Rupert and Brad seemed to be the only two out there who put their loved one's needs in front of theirs. They came out there wanting to get some Redemption. I didn't really get a chance to play the game when I was blindsided by Colton on 'One World.' And I got it this time, the whole kit and caboodle.Did it surprise you that you only got one vote to win the game?Obviously you'd like to get more than one vote, but let's... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/12/survivors-monica-culpepper-hopes-they-bring-brad-culpepper-back.html

'Survivor's' Gervase Peterson: 'I think we're heroes,' not villains

Gervase Peterson, who joined "Survivor: Blood vs. Water" after not having competed on the show since Season 1, took third place during the finale behind Tyson Apostol and Monica Culpepper. He tells Zap2it that he did consider flipping on Tyson at one point.Zap2it: Are you glad you returned to "Survivor"? What was different about this time around versus your first season?Gervase Peterson: Absolutely ecstatic that they brought me back to play again. What was different was really the players. The game is the same, it was the players. They're a lot faster-paced with how they do things. As soon as we got to the beach, Colton came to me and he said here's our alliance -- it's me, you, Aras, Monica and Kat. I was like, "What if I don't like somebody in that alliance? I gotta play with them for 39 days?" ... That's the dumbest thing I ever heard. And he was like,... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/12/survivors-gervase-peterson-i-think-were-heroes-not-villains.html

'Survivor' Season 28 is 'Brawn vs. Brain vs. Beauty'

The "Survivor" reunion special was heavy on the filler, which is par for the course, but there were a few highlights. First off, Jeff Probst takes Colton Cumbie to task for joking about being on the AARP tribe and yet the AARP members "kicked his a**" and why did he quit? Colton says that he freaked out because there was no one there to take care of him and what he figured out is that he needs to take care of himself. Hey, that's a good lesson to learn, so good for Colton.Next, we find out that Season 26 winner John Cochran got a job writing for Greg Garcia on "The Millers" on CBS, which is delightful. Way to go, Cochran. We prefer "Mom" and "The Crazy Ones," but it's still lovely that that happened to him.There's a segment done with Katie and Tina, who just had a family tragedy when Tina's son and Katie's... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/12/survivor-season-28-is-brawn-vs-brain-vs-beauty.html

‘Survivor: Blood vs. Water’ Crowns Tyson Apostol Winner

Tyson Apostol, a 34-year-old former pro cyclist from Provo, Utah, won CBS’s “Survivor: Blood vs. Water”, netting one million dollars and the title of “sole survivor” in a live broadcast on the CBS Television City lot on Fairfax on Sunday night. This was Apostol’s third time on the show, having previously competed on seasons that aired in spring 2009 and spring 2010. “Every other time I’ve come (home) fatter because they send me on a trip or put me in (voted off contestant’s sequester camp) Ponderosa,” Apostol told TheWrap backstage after the show. “I come home all bloated and gross looking. This time I had a super dope tan and was also super thin. And I was still sick, my stomach was sick a little bit. So (my loved ones) had a pretty good hint that I had made it far.”  Read More... //www.thewrap.com/draft-draft-draft-wins-survivor-blood-vs-water/

'Survivor: Blood vs. Water' Winner Reveals Plans for the $1 Million Prize

[Warning: Spoilers ahead if you haven't seen Sunday night's Survivor finale.] Tyson Apostol was of Survivor: Blood vs. Water in a near sweep on Sunday night. The 34-year-old former pro cyclist from Provo, Utah, got all but one of the jury votes ( Monica Culpepper came in second with one vote, while Gervase Peterson finished third with none of the votes). And while he says he had a suspicion he might have earned enough votes to win, he wasn't entirely sure it would go down.  Read More...   //feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/BaqB7I4_r6A/story01.htm