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The Challenge: Spies, Lies, and Allies Unveils Cast, Trailer, & Premiere Date!

The Challenge: Spies, Lies, and Allies Unveils Cast, Trailer, & Premiere Date!
The Challenge will soon return to MTV.

The cabler on Wednesday confirmed its 37th season is set to launch Wednesday, August 11 at 8/7c.

"Set in the picturesque Mediterranean coast of Croatia, elite U.S. Agents join forces with an assortment of International Operatives, all armed with killer competitive instincts,” reads the official logline.

“With the assignment constantly evolving, these agents will be tested both mentally and physically to win their share of $1M in this epic new chapter of The Challenge spy games.”

The Challenge Season 37 will comrpise of 19 episodes and feature new and returning players.

The cast is included below.

Tori Deal - 6th Challenge

Nany Gonzalez - 11th Challenge

Aneesa Ferriera - 15th Challenge

Ashley Mitchell - 9th Challenge

Kaycee Clark - 3rd Challenge

Amanda Garcia - 6th Challenge

Big T - 4th Challenge

Nelson Thomas - 8th Challenge

Cory Wharton - 9th Challenge

Josh Martinez - 5th
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‘The Challenge: Spies, Lies And Allies’: MTV Unveils Trailer, Cast & Premiere Date For Reality Show’s Latest Installment

‘The Challenge: Spies, Lies And Allies’: MTV Unveils Trailer, Cast & Premiere Date For Reality Show’s Latest Installment
MTV will have its own take on a summer global games event as it reveals key details for the latest installment of The Challenge.

Set in Croatia, The Challenge: Spies, Lies and Allies will feature 17 international participants alongside players from the United States. 15 The Challenge vets will go head-to-head or team up with 19 rookies, hailing from different countries and different franchises like Survivor and Love Island, for the top spot and a $1 million prize.

The Challenge‘s 37th season is set to premiere on MTV Wednesday, August 11 at 8 p.m. Et/Pt. The Challenge: Spies, Lies and Allies will see the 34 challengers take on mentally and physically extreme tasks and challenges, and shifting dynamics beyond the battlefield.

Before the new season drops, fans can get to know the cast members (listed below) during MTV’s The Challenge Spies, Lies and Allies: Global Activation on Monday, August 9th at 8:00pm Et/Pt.
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MTV’s ‘The Challenge: Spies, Lies and Allies’ To Premiere In August (TV News Roundup)

MTV’s ‘The Challenge: Spies, Lies and Allies’ To Premiere In August (TV News Roundup)
MTV announced that the new season of “The Challenge,” subtitled “Spies, Lies and Allies,” will premiere on Aug. 11.

For the first time, the franchise — now in its 37th season — will feature 17 international players competing alongside U.S. contestants. The season will take place on the Mediterranean coast of Croatia.

This season’s cast includes veterans Tori Deal, Nany Gonzalez, Aneesa Ferreira, Ashley Mitchell, Kaycee Clark, Amanda Garcia, Big T, Nelson Thomas, Cory Wharton, Josh Martinez, Kyle Christie, Fessy Shafaat, Ct Tamburello, Devin Walker and Nam Vo, alongside rookies Michela Bradshaw, Michele Fitzgerald, Tacha Akide, Emy Alupei, Berna Canbeldek, Priscilla Anyabu, Tracy Candela, Bettina Buchanan, Esther Agunbiade, Lauren Coogan, Corey Lay, Jeremiah White, Tommy Sheenan, Gabo Szabo, Hughie Maughan, Emmanuel Neagu, Logan Sampedro, Kelz Dyke and Renan Hellemans.

Executive produced by Dan Caster, Julie Pizzi, Emer Harkin, Ryan Smith and Danny Wascou, “The Challenge” was created for MTV by Bunim/Murray Productions.
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Should ‘Survivor’ throw in the torch and call it quits after 40 seasons? [Poll]

Should ‘Survivor’ throw in the torch and call it quits after 40 seasons? [Poll]
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, production on Season 41 of “Survivor” has been delayed indefinitely — womp, womp. The new episodes were originally supposed to film in early summer, to air during September-December of this year. As we wait for word on when, or if, the show will actually continue anytime soon, we can’t help but pose a controversial question for fans to ponder: Should “Survivor” throw in the torch and call it quits after 40 seasons? Vote in our poll below.

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We know, we know, it’s a horrible thought. But realistically, nothing lasts forever, and “Survivor” is certainly closer to its ending than its beginning. CBS’s granddaddy of all reality TV shows has aired for two decades now, with 40 seasons and 596 episodes under its belt. Those are astonishing numbers.

Survivor” recently capped off a
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Survivor's Michele Fitzgerald and Dean Kowalski Are Dating

Survivor's Michele Fitzgerald and Dean Kowalski Are Dating
Survivors ready for this news? E! News can exclusively confirm former contestants Michele Fitzgerald and Dean Kowalski are dating. According to a source, the reality stars have been hanging out and seeing each other in New Jersey since July. And although the couple is trying to keep their relationship off social media, fans previously spotted the pair on Michelle's Instagram Stories. There have also been signs online that the pair could be more than just friends. In addition to liking each other's posts, the duo has playfully commented on certain images with Michelle calling Dean a "style king." Fans may remember that Dean was the runner up of Survivor: Island of the Idols in 2019....
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Cliff Robinson, Former NBA All-Star and Survivor Contestant, Dead at 53

Cliff Robinson, Former NBA All-Star and Survivor Contestant, Dead at 53
Cliff Robinson, the former Portland Trail Blazers all-star forward-turned-reality TV star, has died at the age of 53.

The basketball player’s death was announced by his alma mater, the University of Connecticut, on Twitter Saturday: “The UConn Basketball family mourns the loss of a legendary player and person, Clifford Robinson. Our thoughts and prayers are with Cliff’s family at this difficult time. Rest In Peace, Cliff.”

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During this annoying ‘Survivor’ hiatus, fans are hoping for ‘Bachelor’-style recap specials

During this annoying ‘Survivor’ hiatus, fans are hoping for ‘Bachelor’-style recap specials
For the first time since 2001, “Survivor” will not be airing in the fall. Let that sink in.

CBS had initially hoped to film the 41st season of its hit reality TV show during the early summer and air it in September, but due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, those plans have been scrapped. Instead, “The Amazing Race” Season 32 will inherit the show’s Wednesday-at-8pm slot. Always the optimists, “Survivor’s” loyal fans have an idea for how to bide the time during this annoying hiatus: recap specials!

SEEOriginal ‘Survivor’ castaway Jenna Lewis is itching to play again after 16-year absence: ‘Third time’s a charm’

We know what you’re thinking. What’s the point of recap specials when the older seasons are available online to watch for free? Well, fans are pointing to “The Bachelor: The Greatest Seasons — Ever” on ABC as a fun and original way to
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King Tony (‘Survivor’) wants you to stop calling him the ‘greatest’ player ever: It’s an ‘impossible’ label

King Tony (‘Survivor’) wants you to stop calling him the ‘greatest’ player ever: It’s an ‘impossible’ label
Even though Tony Vlachos is now the King of “Survivor” — he’s the only man to win twice, in “Cagayan” and “Winners at War” — he has a message for fans out there who are calling him the “G” word. “Love my fans and thank you All for the props, however, I am Not the ‘Greatest’ player!” he recently tweeted. “I’ve never been the ‘greatest’ at anything, but I am ‘good’ at a lot of things and ‘Survivor’ is one of them. It’s impossible to label Any player the ‘Greatest’ in my Honest opinion!”

SEEUpdated ‘Survivor’ winners list: King Tony is second 2-time champion after Queen Sandra [Photos]

This New Jersey police officer dominated the recently concluded 40th season, which pitted 20 iconic winners against each other in an epic battle for $2 million. Amazingly, Tony went through the entire game without receiving a single vote at tribal council. That is, until
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66% of ‘Survivor’ fans say Tony Vlachos was rightfully crowned Sole Survivor while 25% say Natalie Anderson should have ruled [Poll Results]

66% of ‘Survivor’ fans say Tony Vlachos was rightfully crowned Sole Survivor while 25% say Natalie Anderson should have ruled [Poll Results]
The tribe of “Survivor” fans have spoken, with more than 4,000 voters chiming in our poll. According to 66% of those who participated, Tony Vlachos deserved to claim the title of Sole Survivor on the 40th season of the show that pitted past winners against one another.

However, 25% thought that Natalie Anderson deserved the $2 million prize — the biggest jackpot in the 20-year history of the CBS reality TV competition — after crushing it on the Edge of Extinction and then propelling herself back into the game and facing the jury.

See ‘Survivor’ fans have spoken: 48% want to vote out all the chatter and chaos during Tribal Councils [Poll Results]

Meanwhile, just 5% thought underdog Michele Fitzgerald was a worthier victor and 3% thought Sarah Lacina should have made it to the end. And despite earning the unofficial title of queen slayer after blindsiding the first-ever double winner of the game by using Sandra Diaz-Twine‘s own immunity idol against her,
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Survivor: Michele Fitzgerald Details Her Bumpy Road to Finale Night — 'I Can Handle Whatever They Throw at Me'

Survivor: Michele Fitzgerald Details Her Bumpy Road to Finale Night — 'I Can Handle Whatever They Throw at Me'
Warning: This post contains spoilers from Wednesday’s Survivor: Winners at War finale.

Survivor‘s Michele Fitzgerald may not have won the grand prize, but she did prove herself to naysayers as a social assassin one should never underestimate.

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Despite her arduous path to the final three, Fitzgerald held multiple alliances throughout,
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Survivor's Natalie Anderson Talks the Edge's Extremities, Her 'Unapologetic' Drive: 'I Can't Change Who I Am'

Survivor's Natalie Anderson Talks the Edge's Extremities, Her 'Unapologetic' Drive: 'I Can't Change Who I Am'
Warning: This post contains spoilers from Wednesday’s Survivor: Winners at War finale.

The last time Survivor brought forth its Edge of Extinction twist, returnee Chris Underwood not only made it to the end, but also snagged the million. Though this season’s challenge beast Natalie Anderson may have won the battle (back), she ultimately lost the War.

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‘Survivor’ Season 40 Finale: And the Winner of ‘Winners at War’ Is…

‘Survivor’ Season 40 Finale: And the Winner of ‘Winners at War’ Is…
(Warning: This post contains major spoilers for the Season 40 finale of “Survivor.”)

The 40th season of “Survivor,” a.k.a. “Survivor: Winners at War,” came to a close with a supersized finale on Wednesday that saw one competitor walk away with a $2 million check and become the long-running CBS competition’s newest two-time “Sole Survivor. “

Tony Vlachos was the player with the honor of winning “Winners at War,” having previously been crowned the champion of Season 28, “Survivor: Cagayan.”

“Survivor: Winners at War” featured 20 legendary winners from the first 39 seasons of “Survivor” returning to compete against each other in the 20th anniversary edition of the competition. These winners included Vlachos, Natalie Anderson, Tyson Apostol, Danni Boatwright, Sophie Georgina Clarke, Jeremy Collins, Sandra Diaz-Twine, Ben Driebergen, Michele Fitzgerald, Wendell Holland, Adam Klein, Yul Kwon, Sarah Lacina, Amber Mariano, “Boston” Rob Mariano, Parvati Shallow, Kim Spradlin-Wolfe, Denise Stapley, Nick Wilson and Ethan Zohn.
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Jeff Probst teases ‘Survivor’ Season 41 air date: ‘We’re committed to being on in the fall’ … with a cast of ‘teenagers’?!

Jeff Probst teases ‘Survivor’ Season 41 air date: ‘We’re committed to being on in the fall’ … with a cast of ‘teenagers’?!
At the tail-end of Wednesday’s three-hour “Survivor: Winners at War” finale, Jeff Probst addressed the elephant in the garage: when is the air date for Season 41? “Let’s talk about our 41st season,” Probst declared. “Normally we show you a cool promo, but for obvious reasons we haven’t been able to shoot.” “Survivor” isn’t alone — the coronavirus pandemic shut down much of Hollywood for the past several months. In fact, Season 41 was supposed to have been in the can already, but has been temporarily delayed.

“Man, we have some fun ideas,” Probst teased about future installments. “We’re always trying to explore and evolve the show and take chances and we’re gonna do that. We’re committed to being on in the fall with our 41st season, which means you should apply, especially if you’re young. I’m talking teenagers — 16, 17, 18, 19. Do it. Cool parents and a cool school?
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Updated ‘Survivor’ winners list: King Tony is second 2-time champion after Queen Sandra [Photos]

Updated ‘Survivor’ winners list: King Tony is second 2-time champion after Queen Sandra [Photos]
After a whopping 40 seasons of “Survivor,” a King has finally been crowned. Tony Vlachos, who originally dominated the game in “Cagayan,” just won “Winners at War” in a 12-4-0 vote over Natalie Anderson and Michele Fitzgerald. (Read our minute-by-minute live blog.) Tony is now the second player of CBS’s reality TV show to win twice after Queen Sandra Diaz-Twine, who prevailed in “Pearl Islands” and “Heroes vs. Villains.” See the updated “Survivor” winners list by scrolling through our photos above.

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Tony fought his way through all 39 days with a huge target on his back, but amazingly he never received a single vote at tribal council. In his final pitch to the jury of 16, this New Jersey police officer talked about how he excelled at all aspects of the game: outwit (by creating social bonds), outplay (by winning four immunity
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Did the ‘Survivor’ jury pick the right winner for Season 40? Or was another player more deserving? [Poll]

Did the ‘Survivor’ jury pick the right winner for Season 40? Or was another player more deserving? [Poll]
Boston Rob Mariano was right when he made an out loud observation as he wrote down the name of his pick for the Sole Survivor of Season 40. Natalie Anderson, who crushed her competition on the Edge of Extinction after being the first arrival on that lonely beach, did almost everything right to get back into the competition and return to the game — except for one move. She should have made sure that she wasn’t pitted against Tony Vlachos in the final three.

Instead, she was betting on Sarah Lacina to beat her cop buddy Tony at making fire. The edit made it seem he wasn’t that adept at sparking a flame with flint during practice. But he struck when the fire was hot and got his bestie kicked out of the competition. Natalie was much more worthy of the prize than Michele Fitzgerald, her other rival. But there
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‘Survivor’ Reveals Who Wins in Remote ‘Winners at War’ Finale

‘Survivor’ Reveals Who Wins in Remote ‘Winners at War’ Finale
In honor of its 20th anniversary, “Survivor” brought back 20 winners from previous seasons, but only one person came out on top during Wednesday’s finale.

During a socially distanced video call, host Jeff Probst revealed that Tony Vlachos won the season.

Heading into the final episode, five castaways remained to win the $2 million grand prize: Ben Driebergen, Denise Stapley, Michele Fitzgerald, Sarah Lacina and Tony. However, 14 formerly eliminated players were waiting in the Edge of Extinction to jump back into the game.

Like most shows caught filming during the coronavirus pandemic, “Survivor” had to go remote on Wednesday’s episode. Probst kicked off the show from his garage in a homemade set. The final contestants virtually joined him later in the episode to find out who won.

Picking up right where the last episode left off, fans saw the formerly eliminated players go through the Edge of Extinction obstacle course
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‘Survivor’ 40 finale recap: Who won ‘Winners at War’ — Ben, Denise, Michele, Sarah, Tony or Edge of Extinction returnee? [Updating Live Blog]

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‘Survivor’ 40 finale recap: Who won ‘Winners at War’ — Ben, Denise, Michele, Sarah, Tony or Edge of Extinction returnee? [Updating Live Blog]
It seems like only yesterday the 20 returning “Survivor” champions returned for an epic clash in “Winners at War,” but now we’ve already reached the Season 40 finale. Heading into Wednesday’s three-hour event, only five castaways remained in the running to win the $2 million prize: Ben Driebergen, Denise Stapley, Michele Fitzgerald, Sarah Lacina and Tony Vlachos. But there were 14 players living on the Edge of Extinction who were itching for their chance to return to the game: Natalie Anderson, Amber Mariano, Danni Boatwright, Ethan Zohn, Rob Mariano, Parvati Shallow, Yul Kwon, Wendell Holland, Adam Klein, Tyson Apostol, Sophie Clarke, Kim Spradlin-Wolfe, Jeremy Collins and Nick Wilson. The 20th contestant, Sandra Diaz-Twine, quit after being voted out on Day 16.

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So who returned from the Edge of Extinction and who won “Survivor: Winners at War“? Below, read
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Not even close! 62% of ‘Survivor’ fans say Tony Vlachos will pocket the $2 million prize [Poll Results]

Not even close! 62% of ‘Survivor’ fans say Tony Vlachos will pocket the $2 million prize [Poll Results]
Most “Survivor” devotees are betting on Tony Vlachos to claim the title of Sole Survivor on the 40th season of the CBS show, “Winners at War.” The biggest argument made for predicting his ultimate victory on the three-hour finale this Wednesday, May 13? He is the only one of the 20 previous champs competing on this so-called “season on steroids” whose name has never been written down during a Tribal Council. He might be twitchy as an itchy squirrel sometimes, but he has shown off both his leadership skills, his physical prowess and endurance and even his social game.

That is why an overwhelming 62% voted in our Gold Derby poll for Tony to win it all and become just the second winner to win “Survivor” twice since Sandra Diaz-Twine, who left the season early after being blindsided with her own immunity idol and quit once she got to the Edge of Extinction.
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See the Survivor: Winners at War Cast, Then & Now

See the Survivor: Winners at War Cast, Then & Now
You never forget your first win...especially when it's documented by CBS' cameras. Survivor's historic 40th season, which brought together 20 of the CBS reality hit's most iconic winners, comes to an end tonight, with Jeff Probst finally crowning a Sole Survivor for Winners at War. Heading into the three-hour event, Ben Driebergen, Michele Fitzgerald, Sarah Lacina, Denise Stapley and Tony Vlachos (along with a Tbd returning player from the Edge of Extinction) are still in the running for the groundbreaking $2 million prize, with one joining Sandra Diaz-Twine in the elusive two-time winner club.  Over the course of the season, fans have watched icons like Rob "Boston Rob" Mariano...
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‘Survivor’ odds: Tony Vlachos is in the lead with Sarah Lacina at No. 2 — but watch out for Natalie Anderson [Poll]

‘Survivor’ odds: Tony Vlachos is in the lead with Sarah Lacina at No. 2 — but watch out for Natalie Anderson [Poll]
Tony Vlachos is the only castaway of “Survivor: Winners of War” to not see his name written down even once during a Tribal Council vote — at least, so far. And, ever since the merge, he also has been pretty much large and in charge of who is saved and who is eliminated. The sometimes twitchy Sole Survivor from the Cagayan season of the CBS reality show has been also hugely entertaining on this 20th anniversary edition of the long-running show, whether eavesdropping on others in his so-called spy nest, briefly joyfully mistaking a disadvantage sent to him from the Edge of Extinction for an advantage or reacting to being pooped on by a bird.

See ‘Survivor 40’ advantages: Who currently has immunity idols, fire tokens in ‘Winners at War’?

As this week’s three-hour finale looms, it’s little wonder that the majority of Gold Derby users are choosing Tony as
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