CBS Reality Shows News
Survivor: Worlds Apart's cast has been formally revealed by CBS.
After a so-so Blood vs. Water season, Survivor host Jeff Probst clearly has high hopes for the upcoming edition called Survivor: Worlds Apart.
CBS has revealed the identities of the 11 "dating couples" who will be competing on the 26th season of The Amazing Race.
The Amazing Race's Brooke and Robbie talk to Reality TV World about why they lied to Amy and Maya and certainly don't feel bad about it, what big move probably worked against them in the end, and how they discuss the pros and cons for dating couples in the upcoming new season.
Survivor's Baylor Wilson talks to Reality TV World about what her dynamic is with Reed now given his hurtful "wicked stepmother" speech, why she worried about Missy's relationship with Jon in the game, and how she feels about her family's personal issues being exposed and made public.
The Amazing Race's Bethany Hamilton and Adam Dirks talk to Reality TV World about why it was important for them not to target Misti and Jim, how they feel about the final leg's setup, and why they believe long-term dating couples will have a huge advantage next season over those just meeting.
Survivor's Keith Nale talks to Reality TV World about whether he thinks he could've beaten Natalie had he made it to the Final 3 with her, whether he was aware of how much support he had from the jury, what surprised him about the end of the game, and how he was cast on the show.
The Amazing Race's Misti Raman and Jim Raman talk to Reality TV World about why they feel they were such a strong team, what went wrong for Misti during that final challenging memory task, and whether they could see themselves competing on an all-stars season.
Survivor's Missy Payne talks to Reality TV World about why she thought she'd have a better chance to win without Baylor in the Final 3, whom she said she was often speaking to like a child, what advice she has for future castaways at Tribal Council, and what her relationship with Jon was really about.
The Amazing Race's Amy DeJong and Maya Warren talk to Reality TV World about whether they found the Race too physically demanding, why they wish Amy didn't train so hard before the show, what poor move they think Brooke and Robbie made, and how they'll spend their prize money.
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