Well after several issues with our iTunes feed (again) we are very happy to announce that everything has been fixed and we are back up to updating all the latest episodes directly to your audio device! However there is one slight catch, and for you to be able to enjoy all our episodes directly to you by subscribing, you will need to follow the instructions listed below to ensure you never miss a minute of your favourite Survivor show!
A very special episode of Survivor Oz as Ben sits down with Ozlets Colin, Kate & Julian to give a retrospective look at the first 30 seasons of Survivor and look ahead to the future for the next (hopefully) 30 more!
A strong and strategic player who gained a huge following during the 29th season of San Juan Del Sur, Josh Canfield was part of a series of episodes that both shocked and surprised the viewers with their blindsides and rivalry with fellow tribe member Jeremy Collins. Outside of the show he is one busy man with his blossoming Broadway career, and as we discovered he is also getting recognised by contestants who haven’t even been on the show yet.
Happy Wednesday S’Ozers, and that means its time for another top 10. This week Noah Groves continues his series on players who should return for a second time, with this selection of players coming from the middle era of Survivor. There’s no doubt there’s plenty of potential on this list but what other ‘middle school’ contestants from seasons 11-19 would deserve a second chance on the Survivor merry go round? Share your thoughts with a comment below! Continue reading
Winning Survivor is no mean feat and is not accomplished purely by luck; it takes some strategy, some social graces, and a certain level of physical ability can be necessary. These three components must be, in some fashion present in a contestant in order to succeed at the game. Fans debate over which winners played the stronger game based on these three key elements, but it can be quite tricky to have an absolute ranking; some fans place greater emphasis on the strategic side, where as some look at the social maneuvering of the player in question. One winner that is often regarded as one of the worst is Amber Brkich, she is seen as a coattail rider who never really branched out to formulate her own gameplay and latched on to Boston Rob, literally and figuratively. In today’s feature article American Ozlet Anthony Rossi takes a closer look at Amber’s game in All-Stars and whether or not she is an underrated winner.
The Amazing Race Oz returns to recap the second episode of season 3 of The Amazing Race Canada!