Since controversies like the "race wars" season, CBS' hit reality-competition series has made strides toward inclusivity, but it's far from perfect.
Season-39 player Lauren-Ashley Beck said on TikTok that she got new panties after 32 days because she had a UTI, but they were put in dirt first.
Season 37 competitor Davie Rickenbacker shares his experience being cast on the show as a Black man and why he wants to see the show be more diverse.
From lounging at Ponderosa to receiving online backlash, former players of the hit reality series reveal what happens after you leave the competition.
Three-time competitor Malcolm Freberg shares the problem with the CBS show and ways it's changed for the worse, especially when it comes to season 41.
When jury members get sent home, they go to Ponderosa until it's time to cast their vote. Here's what it's really like there, from TV access to menus.
The hit series' current cast — particularly players like Xander Hastings and Shan Smith — makes this season feel old-school, despite the added twists.
The three-time competitor Malcolm Freberg reveals how and where players on CBS' series go to the bathroom, both on land and in the water.
Season 41 of the show has a diverse cast, but we don't get to know them. Jeff Probst and the producers are wrong to think more twists are more fun.
As a former competitor on the CBS show, Malcolm Freberg often gets asked about choosing his outfit for the show, what Jeff Probst is like, and more.
Fans blamed the actor for the lack of swimsuits on the show for years. Perry and Jeff Probst finally explained what really happened.
On "Rob Has a Podcast," Parvati Shallow called out the CBS show for making her compete in her underwear and not giving players swimwear for season 41.
From sleep deprivation and bugs to boredom and anxiety, "Survivor" competitors told us the worst parts of being on the hit reality series.
Competitors on season 41 of the CBS show still don't have swimwear, but wearing wet clothes for long periods of time can lead to infections.
From how long tribal council lasts to whether they get bug spray, former members of the reality series revealed surprising secrets about the show.
From the supplies not shown on-screen to how long tribal council really lasts, competitors revealed what it's really like to be on the famous series.
On the premiere episode of "Survivor: Fiji," player Ricard Foyé and host Probst agreed it was time to retire the line that's been used for 20 years.