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Survivor: One World: What Was This Week's Best Moment? Take Our Poll!

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So many wretched contestants, so many dreadful decisions. That pretty much sums up my feelings on the first three episodes of Survivor: One World. That said, this week’s installment delivered a few glimmers of, well, if not actual hope, at least …READ MORE


Survivor: One World: Do the Women of Salani Stand a Chance? Take Our Poll!

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“I’m sad. I’m sad for women. This isn’t the way women are. Frankly, I’m so embarrassed.” Those were the demoralized words of Monica, as the all-female Salani tribe suffered another embarassing loss to the men’s team on Wednesday’s edition of Survivor: One World.

Oh, Monica, you’re not alone, sister. Watching the Salani ladies fail miserably at …READ MORE


The TVLine-Up: TV Worth Watching Wednesday

HAPPY ENDINGS - "The Butterfly Effect Effect" - Some people wait for the groundhog to signal the end of winter. Instead, the friends wait for Brad and Jane's annual "spring smackdown," their yearly blowout of a domestic squabble, to let them know when Max will come out of hibernation and when winter will end, on "Happy Endings," WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22 (9:31-10:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network. (ABC/MITCH HADDAD)
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On TV this Wednesday: American Idol begins naming its Top 24, the Happy Endings gang celebrates an unconventional Groundhog Day, Royal Pains reels from a loss and more. As a supplement to TVLine’s original features, here are 11 programs to keep on your radar. READ MORE


Survivor: One World Season Premiere: Who's More Annoying — the Men or the Women?

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Good news and bad news about Survivor: One World. The reality granddaddy’s latest season — which pits a team of nine women (Salani) against nine men (Manono), and has ‘em all camping on the same beach — is filled with toned, arrogant himbos and admittedly ridiculous, non-strategic women. Which means …READ MORE


The TVLine-Up: TV Worth Watching Wednesday

√¢¬?¬?Seeing Red√¢¬?¬ù-- Julie Finlay (Elisabeth Shue) in her first episode consults with Greg Saunders (Eric Szmanda) while in the lab looking at a victim, on CSI: CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION, Wednesday, Feb. 15 (10:00-11:00 PM ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Photo: Sonja Flemming/CBS √?¬©2012 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved.

On TV this Wednesday: A Survivor battle of the sexes begins, the Modern Family gets hungover, Elisabeth Shue returns to Las Vegas (as a CSI) and more. As a supplement to TVLine’s original features, here are nine programs to keep on your radar. READ MORE


Survivor: One World Cast Includes Phlebotomist, NFL Vet's Wife, Stand-Up Comic – Watch Video!

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Eighteen castaways will engage in a battle of the sexes on Survivor: One World, premiering Wednesday, Feb. 15 on CBS. This season’s contestants come from a wide variety of unique, specific careers, ranging from a phlebotomist (fancy name for a lab tech who draws blood for tests) to a motorcycle repairman to a timeshare salesman (egads). The two competing tribes will share …READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO


Survivor: South Pacific Season Finale Recap: And the Winner Is… [Updated]

"Then There Were Five"  -- Jeff Probst  during tribal council, during the fifteenth episode of SURVIVOR: SOUTH PACIFIC, Wednesday, Dec. 14 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.  Photo:  CBSâ???© 2011 CBS Broadcasting Inc.

Totem poles were embraced. Houses of cards were erected. Puzzles were solved. Tears were shed. Hugs were rejected. Pigtails were sported (by Ozzy!). And shirtless Tai Chi was practiced on the beach. (Nope, Coach didn’t spare us the horror.) But in the end, …READ MORE


Survivor: South Pacific: Who Will (and Should) Win It All? Take Our Polls!

"Then There Were Five"  --  Rick Nelson, Brandon Hantz, Albert Destrade and Sophie Clarke, of the Te Tuna tribe, during the fifteenth episode of SURVIVOR: SOUTH PACIFIC, Wednesday, Dec. 14 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.  Photo:  CBS���© 2011 CBS Broadcasting Inc.

Honestly, I’m kind of surprised it wasn’t pouring rain across the nation Wednesday night, since God had to be openly weeping at the way his name was cynically bandied about on the penultimate episode of Survivor: South Pacific. …READ MORE


Survivor: South Pacific: Who'll Be the Next to Go?

"Ticking Time Bomb" --  Albert Destrade, Sophie Clarke, Rick Nelson, Brandon Hantz, Benjamin â??Coachâ? Wade and Edna Ma of the Te Tuna tribe, during the fourteenth SURVIVOR: SOUTH PACIFIC, Wednesday, Dec. 7 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Photo:  CBS© 2011 CBS Broadcasting Inc.

The Upolu 6 became the Upolu 5 on this week’s episode of Survivor: South Pacific, and the heightened pressure led to crazy promises including but not limited to this wild-eyed doozy: “I’ll eat a piece of his stool.” …READ MORE


Your Guide to Fall Finale and Winter Return Dates

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Many of your favorite TV shows soon will be embarking on a brief winter hiatus. (Case in point: The doctors of Grey’s and The CW’s vampires and witches have already gone on holiday.) But don’t fret, they’ll (almost) all be back — in 2012. To help you get started on your countdowns, TVLine offers this handy list of fall finales and return dates. READ MORE