Survivor couple Boston Rob and Amber Mariano welcomed their third daughter, Isabetta Rose, earlier this month, People reports.
She was born on May 5 in Pensacola, Fla., weighing in at...
He's competed on four seasons of Survivor. He's traveled the world at least twice for The Amazing Race. And last year, he did the impossible and finally took home the $1 million grand prize in front of millions of TV viewers on Survivor: Redemption Island. So what in the world is "Boston Rob" Mariano doing back on TV less than a year after his triumphant win?
"I love adventure and I always have," Mariano tells TVGuide.com of his latest reality TV venture, Around the World in 80 Ways. "I never got into Survivor or The Amazing Race or any of these shows to be on TV. I got on originally because I wanted to make some money for my family, and because I love the adventure of it."
Around the World in 80 Ways is heavy on adventure, but unlike so many of Mariano's other TV appearances, there's no finish line or final Tribal Council to name a winner. On the series, which premieres Sunday, Oct. 2 at 10/9c on History, Mariano partners with monster truck driver Dennis Anderson to travel thousands of miles in 10 weeks using every possible mode of transportation: from mules to steamboats to...
The youngest person to sail around the world will now race around the world.
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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Hide your Segway. Survivor and The Amazing Race alum "Boston Rob" Mariano is circumnavigating the globe in a creative way.
Mariano and four-time Monster Jam world champ Dennis Anderson will co-host the upcoming series Around the World in 80 Ways for the History Channel, it was announced Monday.
Question: Am I the only one sick of seeing Survivor's Rob and Amber? I thought it was unfair of them to appear on The Amazing Race. Then Rob was on another show, and now they are doing a show about moving to Vegas where Rob will become a professional poker player. Give us a break. They've had their 15 minutes of fame, now give it to someone else.
Answer: Fifteen? We're talking at least 25 by now, way past their expiration date. I would like to think that all it would take for them to finally go away is for us all to stop paying attention. Count on me to put that plan into effect starting immediately.read more