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The President of the Miami Marlins Major League Baseball team, a former NBA star and an ex-NFL cheerleader are among the 18 brand-new castaways to compete in the 28th season of the reality series.
Gervase, Monica and Tyson make it to the Top 3 after getting through two other Immunity Challenges and Tribal Councils in the December 15 episode.
CBS has given the long-running reality show its vote of confidence, renewing it for the 2014-2015 run.
The 27th installment of the CBS competitive reality series will pit returning castaways, including two past winners, against their loved ones.
Erik Reichenbach leaves the show early on the final episode as he has low blood pressure and gets evacuated.
'Person of Interest', 'Elementary', 'The Good Wife' and 'The Mentalist' are among those which receive new season orders.
Everybody is flown back to French after Gerald Babin died of cardiac arrest when filming a tug-of-war challenge in Cambodia.
The 26th installment of the CBS reality series will include 10 returning contestants and 10 new players.
Malcolm is voted off before the final Tribal Council, where one former castaway reveals Lisa's big secret that might affect the Jury members' decision about whom they should give their vote to.
Abi pitches her plan to vote out Denise and keep her in the game because she can't win anyway, but Michael and Lisa stick to their alliance with Denise and Malcolm.
Actress Lisa Whelchel and retired baseball player Jeff Kent are among 15 new players who will compete with three returning contestants, who have been revealed by host Jeff Probst.
Host Jeff Probst reveals that each of the returning contestants will be on a different tribe, explaining that the next season will move back to a 3-tribe format.
The bridal shop owner edges out four other contestants in the all-women finale after winning the first and second immunity challenges.
Beside staying at the same camp, the 18 contestants will sometime do challenges with given materials and instructions, but without the presence of host Jeff Probst.
The tribes called Salani and Manono have to decide whether or not they will share resources while staying at the same camp.