Former Survivor champs Ethan Zohn and Jenna Morasca came up very short on The Amazing Race 19, becoming one of the first two teams to get the boot in the show's first double elimination. The axing, ironically, came on a leg that involved charity. "I think if you had to find one good thing that happened is that it was all right that we left giving money to charity," Zohn, who co-founded the nonprofit Grassroot Soccer that promotes HIV/AIDS education, tells TVGuide.com. The rest of the Indonesian leg proved to be a nightmare for the couple, who was hampered by a bad cabbie and the stealth clue at the orphanage after the Detour. Do they think the twist was fair? See what they say:
It's been 10 years since Phil Keoghan first set off on The Amazing Race — but don't show him pictures from back then. "I was talking to [executive producer] Jonathan Littman and he said, 'Man, Phil, I found some photographs of us from 10 years ago where we were at the finishing line in New York City — we were children!' I was like, 'Do I want to see those?'" Keoghan tells TVGuide.com. "But I really can't believe it's been that long. It's quite extraordinary to think about."
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Ten years later, Race is still on top of the world — reclaiming the reality-competition program Emmy after seeing its seven-year streak snapped by Top Chef last year — and is still upping the game every season. The 19th installment, premiering Sunday (8/7c, CBS), features a new element, the Hazard, which is a penalty ...
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Zac Sunderland, who was 17 when he set sail alone in 2009, and his father, Laurence, are among the globe-trotting teams on The Amazing Race 19. But Sunderland is not the only established name in the cast.
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One year after Ethan Zohn was first diagnosed with a rare form of Hodgkin's Disease, the Survivor: Africa winner's cancer is now in remission, People reports.
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This is no dinner party for eight. It's not a friendly barbecue or a bake-off or a how-to on feeding your family in 30 minutes, either. Rather, Dinner: Impossible — premiering tonight at 10 pm/ET with two back-to-back episodes — is the fiercest cooking mission Food Network has yet to deliver, and master chef Robert Irvine is up for the challenge. Thirty years after flirting with girls in home ec, Irvine has landed in kitchens all over the world and cooked for people we read about in the news, but he's nowhere near retiring his favored titanium knives. With a book ready to hit shelves, two restaurants preparing to open their doors and a fast-paced show that has him whipping up delectable meals on cattle drives, deserted islands and the like, Irvine shared with TVGuide.com about how he got to this point in his career, how he trust