A funny thing happened when Jeff Probst was compiling his TV watchlist.
"In writing my list, I realized there's a theme to all of my favorite television shows: The main character is morally flawed and often a criminal," Probst tells TVGuide.com. "Yeah, baby."
The Survivor host, who is all too used to battling the bad guys (see: Richard Hatch, Johnny Fairplay and Russell Hantz), says he can relate to Breaking Bad's Walter White. "I'd like to think I'd do something similar if I...
It's "kill or be killed" in the reality world, and that's a philosophy former The Bachelor beauty Trish Schneider truly embraced in the new E! movie, The Scorned. If you watched any of Kill Reality — the Real World-like series that captured The Scorned's filming — you've seen Trish trying to scare up some fun on screen while trying not to kill any costars off screen. Considering that the oft-disgusting Jonny Fairplay literally, um, dumped on her bed and she didn't fly off the handle, she did pretty well. TVGuide.com caught up with Trish as she was preparing for the movie to hit the airwaves.
Survivor: All-Stars fans rooted hard for their beloved, bearded pirate Rupert Boneham. So it's no surprise fans cast 38 million votes to award him the $1-million prize on last Thursday's Survivor: America's Tribal Council special. Additionally, viewers named Rupert's shoe-stealing escapade in Pearl Islands as the top Survivor moment of all time. His showdown with best villain Johnny Fairplay was also picked as the reality show's best fight. Here, TV Guide Online reconnects with Rupe, who's reveling in his popularity and making big plans for his windfall.
TVGO: Congrats! You were a shoo-in to win.Rupert Boneham: I know, but I couldn't let myself believe it. In the back of my head, I kind of knew, but I was not going to let myself hope. I didn't want to walk out disappointed. It almost seemed greedy to even want more.
TVGO: Did you worry about your chances after learning which other players made the fans' final four?