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It’s 2020 and there’s an ongoing global health crisis, but that didn’t stop the 47th Daytime Emmy Awards from plowing ahead Friday night. It’s Hollywood after all, and the show must go on!

The annual awards shindig, which celebrates outstanding achievement in daytime television programming, looked a little different this year, however. Instead of running online on social media or cable, as it had done since 2012, the ceremony aired live on CBS from 8 to 10 p.m. ET. In lieu of an in-person audience, the hosts — The Talk‘s Sharon Osbourne, Sheryl Underood, Eve, Carrie Ann Inaba, and Marie Osmond — as well as winners and other guests appeared from home due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Check out the list of winners from the evening below.

Outstanding Drama Series

The Bold and the Beautiful

Days of Our Lives

General Hospital

WINNER: The Young and the Restless

Outstanding Daytime Digital Series

After Forever

WINNER: The Bay The Series

DARK/WEB

Eastsiders

Studio City

Outstanding Game Show

Are You Smarter Than A 5th Grader?

Double Dare

Family Feud

WINNER: Jeopardy

The Price Is Right

Outstanding Entertainment News Show

Access Hollywood

E! News 

WINNER: Entertainment Tonight

Extra

Inside Edition

Outstanding Legal/Courtroom Program

Hot Bench

Judge Judy

Judge Mathis

Lauren Lake’s Paternity Court

WINNER: The People’s Court

Outstanding Morning Show

CBS Sunday Morning

CBS This Morning

Good Morning America

Sunday TODAY with Willie Geist

WINNER: Today Show

Outstanding Informative Talk Show

The 3rd Hour of TODAY

Rachael Ray

Red Table Talk

Today Show with Hoda & Jenna

WINNER: The View

Outstanding Entertainment Talk Show

WINNER: The Ellen DeGeneres Show

GMA3 Strahan, Sara & Keke

The Kelly Clarkson Show

Live with Kelly and Ryan

The Talk

Outstanding Culinary Series

Barefoot Contessa: Cook Like a Pro 

WINNER: Giada Entertains 

Milk Street

30 Minute Meals 

Valerie’s Home Cooking

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series

Finola Hughes as Anna Devane, General Hospital

Katherine Kelly Lang as Brooke Logan, The Bold and the Beautiful

WINNER: Heather Tom as Katie Logan, The Bold and the Beautiful

Maura West as Ava Jerome, General Hospital

Arianne Zucker as Nicole Walker, Days of Our Lives

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series

Steve Burton as Jason Morgan, General Hospital

Thorsten Kaye as Ridge Forrester, The Bold and the Beautiful

Jon Lindstrom as Kevin Collins/Ryan Chamberlain, General Hospital

Thaao Penghlis as Tony DiMera, Days of Our Lives

WINNER: Jason Thompson as Billy Abbott, The Young and the Restless

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series

WINNER: Tamara Braun as Dr Kim Nero, General Hospital

Rebecca Budig as Hayden Barnes, General Hospital

Susan Seaforth Hayes as Julie Williams, Days of Our Lives

Christel Khalil as Lily Winters, The Young and the Restless

Annika Noelle as Hope Logan, The Bold and the Beautiful

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series

Mark Grossman as Adam Newman, The Young and the Restless

WINNER: Bryton James as Devon Hamilton, The Young and the Restless

Wally Kurth as Justin Kiriakis, Days of Our Lives

Chandler Massey as Will Horton, Days of Our Lives

James Patrick Stuart as Valentin Cassadine, General Hospital

Paul Telfer as Xander Kiriakis, Days of Our Lives

Outstanding Young Performer in a Drama Series

Sasha Calle as Lola Rosales, The Young and the Restless

WINNER: Olivia Rose Keegan as Claire Brady, Days of Our Lives

Katelyn MacMullen as Willow Tait, General Hospital

Eden McCoy as Josslyn Jacks, General Hospital

Thia Megia as Haley Chen, Days of Our Lives

Outstanding Game Show Host

Wayne Brady, Let’s Make a Deal

Steve Harvey, Family Feud

Alfonso Ribeiro, Catch 21

Pat Sajak, Wheel of Fortune

WINNER: Alex Trebek, Jeopardy

Outstanding Entertainment Talk Show Host

Michael Strahan, Sara Haines & Keke Palmer, GMA3 Strahan, Sara & Keke

WINNER: Kelly Clarkson, The Kelly Clarkson Show

Kelly Ripa & Ryan Seacrest, Live with Kelly and Ryan

Maury Povich, Maury

Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne, Sheryl Underwood, Eve, Carrie Ann Inaba & Marie Osmond, The Talk

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The money will support Black Lives Matter and four other organizations.

The donation was announced Wednesday via Twitter, with a statement that added, “We are committed to continued action against a system rooted in the violence against and oppression of the Black community.”

The announcement comes after two weeks of global protests against police brutality and racial injustice, sparked by the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

Peele founded Monkeypaw in 2012, and the company produced both of the writer-director’s films: 2017’s Get Out and 2019’s Us.

To help combat systemic racism, please consider donating to these organizations:

  • Campaign Zero, which is dedicated to ending police brutality in America through research-based strategies.
  • Color of Change, which works to move decision makers in corporations and government to be more responsive to racial disparities.
  • Equal Justice Initiative, which provides legal services to people who have been wrongly convicted, denied a fair trial, or abused in state jails and prisons.

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It’s 2020 and there’s an ongoing global health crisis, but that didn’t stop the 47th Daytime Emmy Awards from plowing ahead Friday night. It’s Hollywood after all, and the show must go on!

The annual awards shindig, which celebrates outstanding achievement in daytime television programming, looked a little different this year, however. Instead of running online on social media or cable, as it had done since 2012, the ceremony aired live on CBS from 8 to 10 p.m. ET. In lieu of an in-person audience, the hosts — The Talk‘s Sharon Osbourne, Sheryl Underood, Eve, Carrie Ann Inaba, and Marie Osmond — as well as winners and other guests appeared from home due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Check out the list of winners from the evening below.

Outstanding Drama Series

The Bold and the Beautiful

Days of Our Lives

General Hospital

WINNER: The Young and the Restless

Outstanding Daytime Digital Series

After Forever

WINNER: The Bay The Series

DARK/WEB

Eastsiders

Studio City

Outstanding Game Show

Are You Smarter Than A 5th Grader?

Double Dare

Family Feud

WINNER: Jeopardy

The Price Is Right

Outstanding Entertainment News Show

Access Hollywood

E! News 

WINNER: Entertainment Tonight

Extra

Inside Edition

Outstanding Legal/Courtroom Program

Hot Bench

Judge Judy

Judge Mathis

Lauren Lake’s Paternity Court

WINNER: The People’s Court

Outstanding Morning Show

CBS Sunday Morning

CBS This Morning

Good Morning America

Sunday TODAY with Willie Geist

WINNER: Today Show

Outstanding Informative Talk Show

The 3rd Hour of TODAY

Rachael Ray

Red Table Talk

Today Show with Hoda & Jenna

WINNER: The View

Outstanding Entertainment Talk Show

WINNER: The Ellen DeGeneres Show

GMA3 Strahan, Sara & Keke

The Kelly Clarkson Show

Live with Kelly and Ryan

The Talk

Outstanding Culinary Series

Barefoot Contessa: Cook Like a Pro 

WINNER: Giada Entertains 

Milk Street

30 Minute Meals 

Valerie’s Home Cooking

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series

Finola Hughes as Anna Devane, General Hospital

Katherine Kelly Lang as Brooke Logan, The Bold and the Beautiful

WINNER: Heather Tom as Katie Logan, The Bold and the Beautiful

Maura West as Ava Jerome, General Hospital

Arianne Zucker as Nicole Walker, Days of Our Lives

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series

Steve Burton as Jason Morgan, General Hospital

Thorsten Kaye as Ridge Forrester, The Bold and the Beautiful

Jon Lindstrom as Kevin Collins/Ryan Chamberlain, General Hospital

Thaao Penghlis as Tony DiMera, Days of Our Lives

WINNER: Jason Thompson as Billy Abbott, The Young and the Restless

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series

WINNER: Tamara Braun as Dr Kim Nero, General Hospital

Rebecca Budig as Hayden Barnes, General Hospital

Susan Seaforth Hayes as Julie Williams, Days of Our Lives

Christel Khalil as Lily Winters, The Young and the Restless

Annika Noelle as Hope Logan, The Bold and the Beautiful

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series

Mark Grossman as Adam Newman, The Young and the Restless

WINNER: Bryton James as Devon Hamilton, The Young and the Restless

Wally Kurth as Justin Kiriakis, Days of Our Lives

Chandler Massey as Will Horton, Days of Our Lives

James Patrick Stuart as Valentin Cassadine, General Hospital

Paul Telfer as Xander Kiriakis, Days of Our Lives

Outstanding Young Performer in a Drama Series

Sasha Calle as Lola Rosales, The Young and the Restless

WINNER: Olivia Rose Keegan as Claire Brady, Days of Our Lives

Katelyn MacMullen as Willow Tait, General Hospital

Eden McCoy as Josslyn Jacks, General Hospital

Thia Megia as Haley Chen, Days of Our Lives

Outstanding Game Show Host

Wayne Brady, Let’s Make a Deal

Steve Harvey, Family Feud

Alfonso Ribeiro, Catch 21

Pat Sajak, Wheel of Fortune

WINNER: Alex Trebek, Jeopardy

Outstanding Entertainment Talk Show Host

Michael Strahan, Sara Haines & Keke Palmer, GMA3 Strahan, Sara & Keke

WINNER: Kelly Clarkson, The Kelly Clarkson Show

Kelly Ripa & Ryan Seacrest, Live with Kelly and Ryan

Maury Povich, Maury

Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne, Sheryl Underwood, Eve, Carrie Ann Inaba & Marie Osmond, The Talk

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The money will support Black Lives Matter and four other organizations.

The donation was announced Wednesday via Twitter, with a statement that added, “We are committed to continued action against a system rooted in the violence against and oppression of the Black community.”

The announcement comes after two weeks of global protests against police brutality and racial injustice, sparked by the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

Peele founded Monkeypaw in 2012, and the company produced both of the writer-director’s films: 2017’s Get Out and 2019’s Us.

To help combat systemic racism, please consider donating to these organizations:

  • Campaign Zero, which is dedicated to ending police brutality in America through research-based strategies.
  • Color of Change, which works to move decision makers in corporations and government to be more responsive to racial disparities.
  • Equal Justice Initiative, which provides legal services to people who have been wrongly convicted, denied a fair trial, or abused in state jails and prisons.

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It’s 2020 and there’s an ongoing global health crisis, but that didn’t stop the 47th Daytime Emmy Awards from plowing ahead Friday night. It’s Hollywood after all, and the show must go on!

The annual awards shindig, which celebrates outstanding achievement in daytime television programming, looked a little different this year, however. Instead of running online on social media or cable, as it had done since 2012, the ceremony aired live on CBS from 8 to 10 p.m. ET. In lieu of an in-person audience, the hosts — The Talk‘s Sharon Osbourne, Sheryl Underood, Eve, Carrie Ann Inaba, and Marie Osmond — as well as winners and other guests appeared from home due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Check out the list of winners from the evening below.

Outstanding Drama Series

The Bold and the Beautiful

Days of Our Lives

General Hospital

WINNER: The Young and the Restless

Outstanding Daytime Digital Series

After Forever

WINNER: The Bay The Series

DARK/WEB

Eastsiders

Studio City

Outstanding Game Show

Are You Smarter Than A 5th Grader?

Double Dare

Family Feud

WINNER: Jeopardy

The Price Is Right

Outstanding Entertainment News Show

Access Hollywood

E! News 

WINNER: Entertainment Tonight

Extra

Inside Edition

Outstanding Legal/Courtroom Program

Hot Bench

Judge Judy

Judge Mathis

Lauren Lake’s Paternity Court

WINNER: The People’s Court

Outstanding Morning Show

CBS Sunday Morning

CBS This Morning

Good Morning America

Sunday TODAY with Willie Geist

WINNER: Today Show

Outstanding Informative Talk Show

The 3rd Hour of TODAY

Rachael Ray

Red Table Talk

Today Show with Hoda & Jenna

WINNER: The View

Outstanding Entertainment Talk Show

WINNER: The Ellen DeGeneres Show

GMA3 Strahan, Sara & Keke

The Kelly Clarkson Show

Live with Kelly and Ryan

The Talk

Outstanding Culinary Series

Barefoot Contessa: Cook Like a Pro 

WINNER: Giada Entertains 

Milk Street

30 Minute Meals 

Valerie’s Home Cooking

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series

Finola Hughes as Anna Devane, General Hospital

Katherine Kelly Lang as Brooke Logan, The Bold and the Beautiful

WINNER: Heather Tom as Katie Logan, The Bold and the Beautiful

Maura West as Ava Jerome, General Hospital

Arianne Zucker as Nicole Walker, Days of Our Lives

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series

Steve Burton as Jason Morgan, General Hospital

Thorsten Kaye as Ridge Forrester, The Bold and the Beautiful

Jon Lindstrom as Kevin Collins/Ryan Chamberlain, General Hospital

Thaao Penghlis as Tony DiMera, Days of Our Lives

WINNER: Jason Thompson as Billy Abbott, The Young and the Restless

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series

WINNER: Tamara Braun as Dr Kim Nero, General Hospital

Rebecca Budig as Hayden Barnes, General Hospital

Susan Seaforth Hayes as Julie Williams, Days of Our Lives

Christel Khalil as Lily Winters, The Young and the Restless

Annika Noelle as Hope Logan, The Bold and the Beautiful

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series

Mark Grossman as Adam Newman, The Young and the Restless

WINNER: Bryton James as Devon Hamilton, The Young and the Restless

Wally Kurth as Justin Kiriakis, Days of Our Lives

Chandler Massey as Will Horton, Days of Our Lives

James Patrick Stuart as Valentin Cassadine, General Hospital

Paul Telfer as Xander Kiriakis, Days of Our Lives

Outstanding Young Performer in a Drama Series

Sasha Calle as Lola Rosales, The Young and the Restless

WINNER: Olivia Rose Keegan as Claire Brady, Days of Our Lives

Katelyn MacMullen as Willow Tait, General Hospital

Eden McCoy as Josslyn Jacks, General Hospital

Thia Megia as Haley Chen, Days of Our Lives

Outstanding Game Show Host

Wayne Brady, Let’s Make a Deal

Steve Harvey, Family Feud

Alfonso Ribeiro, Catch 21

Pat Sajak, Wheel of Fortune

WINNER: Alex Trebek, Jeopardy

Outstanding Entertainment Talk Show Host

Michael Strahan, Sara Haines & Keke Palmer, GMA3 Strahan, Sara & Keke

WINNER: Kelly Clarkson, The Kelly Clarkson Show

Kelly Ripa & Ryan Seacrest, Live with Kelly and Ryan

Maury Povich, Maury

Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne, Sheryl Underwood, Eve, Carrie Ann Inaba & Marie Osmond, The Talk

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The money will support Black Lives Matter and four other organizations.

The donation was announced Wednesday via Twitter, with a statement that added, “We are committed to continued action against a system rooted in the violence against and oppression of the Black community.”

The announcement comes after two weeks of global protests against police brutality and racial injustice, sparked by the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

Peele founded Monkeypaw in 2012, and the company produced both of the writer-director’s films: 2017’s Get Out and 2019’s Us.

To help combat systemic racism, please consider donating to these organizations:

  • Campaign Zero, which is dedicated to ending police brutality in America through research-based strategies.
  • Color of Change, which works to move decision makers in corporations and government to be more responsive to racial disparities.
  • Equal Justice Initiative, which provides legal services to people who have been wrongly convicted, denied a fair trial, or abused in state jails and prisons.

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It’s 2020 and there’s an ongoing global health crisis, but that didn’t stop the 47th Daytime Emmy Awards from plowing ahead Friday night. It’s Hollywood after all, and the show must go on!

The annual awards shindig, which celebrates outstanding achievement in daytime television programming, looked a little different this year, however. Instead of running online on social media or cable, as it had done since 2012, the ceremony aired live on CBS from 8 to 10 p.m. ET. In lieu of an in-person audience, the hosts — The Talk‘s Sharon Osbourne, Sheryl Underood, Eve, Carrie Ann Inaba, and Marie Osmond — as well as winners and other guests appeared from home due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Check out the list of winners from the evening below.

Outstanding Drama Series

The Bold and the Beautiful

Days of Our Lives

General Hospital

WINNER: The Young and the Restless

Outstanding Daytime Digital Series

After Forever

WINNER: The Bay The Series

DARK/WEB

Eastsiders

Studio City

Outstanding Game Show

Are You Smarter Than A 5th Grader?

Double Dare

Family Feud

WINNER: Jeopardy

The Price Is Right

Outstanding Entertainment News Show

Access Hollywood

E! News 

WINNER: Entertainment Tonight

Extra

Inside Edition

Outstanding Legal/Courtroom Program

Hot Bench

Judge Judy

Judge Mathis

Lauren Lake’s Paternity Court

WINNER: The People’s Court

Outstanding Morning Show

CBS Sunday Morning

CBS This Morning

Good Morning America

Sunday TODAY with Willie Geist

WINNER: Today Show

Outstanding Informative Talk Show

The 3rd Hour of TODAY

Rachael Ray

Red Table Talk

Today Show with Hoda & Jenna

WINNER: The View

Outstanding Entertainment Talk Show

WINNER: The Ellen DeGeneres Show

GMA3 Strahan, Sara & Keke

The Kelly Clarkson Show

Live with Kelly and Ryan

The Talk

Outstanding Culinary Series

Barefoot Contessa: Cook Like a Pro 

WINNER: Giada Entertains 

Milk Street

30 Minute Meals 

Valerie’s Home Cooking

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series

Finola Hughes as Anna Devane, General Hospital

Katherine Kelly Lang as Brooke Logan, The Bold and the Beautiful

WINNER: Heather Tom as Katie Logan, The Bold and the Beautiful

Maura West as Ava Jerome, General Hospital

Arianne Zucker as Nicole Walker, Days of Our Lives

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series

Steve Burton as Jason Morgan, General Hospital

Thorsten Kaye as Ridge Forrester, The Bold and the Beautiful

Jon Lindstrom as Kevin Collins/Ryan Chamberlain, General Hospital

Thaao Penghlis as Tony DiMera, Days of Our Lives

WINNER: Jason Thompson as Billy Abbott, The Young and the Restless

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series

WINNER: Tamara Braun as Dr Kim Nero, General Hospital

Rebecca Budig as Hayden Barnes, General Hospital

Susan Seaforth Hayes as Julie Williams, Days of Our Lives

Christel Khalil as Lily Winters, The Young and the Restless

Annika Noelle as Hope Logan, The Bold and the Beautiful

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series

Mark Grossman as Adam Newman, The Young and the Restless

WINNER: Bryton James as Devon Hamilton, The Young and the Restless

Wally Kurth as Justin Kiriakis, Days of Our Lives

Chandler Massey as Will Horton, Days of Our Lives

James Patrick Stuart as Valentin Cassadine, General Hospital

Paul Telfer as Xander Kiriakis, Days of Our Lives

Outstanding Young Performer in a Drama Series

Sasha Calle as Lola Rosales, The Young and the Restless

WINNER: Olivia Rose Keegan as Claire Brady, Days of Our Lives

Katelyn MacMullen as Willow Tait, General Hospital

Eden McCoy as Josslyn Jacks, General Hospital

Thia Megia as Haley Chen, Days of Our Lives

Outstanding Game Show Host

Wayne Brady, Let’s Make a Deal

Steve Harvey, Family Feud

Alfonso Ribeiro, Catch 21

Pat Sajak, Wheel of Fortune

WINNER: Alex Trebek, Jeopardy

Outstanding Entertainment Talk Show Host

Michael Strahan, Sara Haines & Keke Palmer, GMA3 Strahan, Sara & Keke

WINNER: Kelly Clarkson, The Kelly Clarkson Show

Kelly Ripa & Ryan Seacrest, Live with Kelly and Ryan

Maury Povich, Maury

Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne, Sheryl Underwood, Eve, Carrie Ann Inaba & Marie Osmond, The Talk

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The money will support Black Lives Matter and four other organizations.

The donation was announced Wednesday via Twitter, with a statement that added, “We are committed to continued action against a system rooted in the violence against and oppression of the Black community.”

The announcement comes after two weeks of global protests against police brutality and racial injustice, sparked by the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

Peele founded Monkeypaw in 2012, and the company produced both of the writer-director’s films: 2017’s Get Out and 2019’s Us.

To help combat systemic racism, please consider donating to these organizations:

  • Campaign Zero, which is dedicated to ending police brutality in America through research-based strategies.
  • Color of Change, which works to move decision makers in corporations and government to be more responsive to racial disparities.
  • Equal Justice Initiative, which provides legal services to people who have been wrongly convicted, denied a fair trial, or abused in state jails and prisons.

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It’s 2020 and there’s an ongoing global health crisis, but that didn’t stop the 47th Daytime Emmy Awards from plowing ahead Friday night. It’s Hollywood after all, and the show must go on!

The annual awards shindig, which celebrates outstanding achievement in daytime television programming, looked a little different this year, however. Instead of running online on social media or cable, as it had done since 2012, the ceremony aired live on CBS from 8 to 10 p.m. ET. In lieu of an in-person audience, the hosts — The Talk‘s Sharon Osbourne, Sheryl Underood, Eve, Carrie Ann Inaba, and Marie Osmond — as well as winners and other guests appeared from home due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Check out the list of winners from the evening below.

Outstanding Drama Series

The Bold and the Beautiful

Days of Our Lives

General Hospital

WINNER: The Young and the Restless

Outstanding Daytime Digital Series

After Forever

WINNER: The Bay The Series

DARK/WEB

Eastsiders

Studio City

Outstanding Game Show

Are You Smarter Than A 5th Grader?

Double Dare

Family Feud

WINNER: Jeopardy

The Price Is Right

Outstanding Entertainment News Show

Access Hollywood

E! News 

WINNER: Entertainment Tonight

Extra

Inside Edition

Outstanding Legal/Courtroom Program

Hot Bench

Judge Judy

Judge Mathis

Lauren Lake’s Paternity Court

WINNER: The People’s Court

Outstanding Morning Show

CBS Sunday Morning

CBS This Morning

Good Morning America

Sunday TODAY with Willie Geist

WINNER: Today Show

Outstanding Informative Talk Show

The 3rd Hour of TODAY

Rachael Ray

Red Table Talk

Today Show with Hoda & Jenna

WINNER: The View

Outstanding Entertainment Talk Show

WINNER: The Ellen DeGeneres Show

GMA3 Strahan, Sara & Keke

The Kelly Clarkson Show

Live with Kelly and Ryan

The Talk

Outstanding Culinary Series

Barefoot Contessa: Cook Like a Pro 

WINNER: Giada Entertains 

Milk Street

30 Minute Meals 

Valerie’s Home Cooking

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series

Finola Hughes as Anna Devane, General Hospital

Katherine Kelly Lang as Brooke Logan, The Bold and the Beautiful

WINNER: Heather Tom as Katie Logan, The Bold and the Beautiful

Maura West as Ava Jerome, General Hospital

Arianne Zucker as Nicole Walker, Days of Our Lives

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series

Steve Burton as Jason Morgan, General Hospital

Thorsten Kaye as Ridge Forrester, The Bold and the Beautiful

Jon Lindstrom as Kevin Collins/Ryan Chamberlain, General Hospital

Thaao Penghlis as Tony DiMera, Days of Our Lives

WINNER: Jason Thompson as Billy Abbott, The Young and the Restless

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series

WINNER: Tamara Braun as Dr Kim Nero, General Hospital

Rebecca Budig as Hayden Barnes, General Hospital

Susan Seaforth Hayes as Julie Williams, Days of Our Lives

Christel Khalil as Lily Winters, The Young and the Restless

Annika Noelle as Hope Logan, The Bold and the Beautiful

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series

Mark Grossman as Adam Newman, The Young and the Restless

WINNER: Bryton James as Devon Hamilton, The Young and the Restless

Wally Kurth as Justin Kiriakis, Days of Our Lives

Chandler Massey as Will Horton, Days of Our Lives

James Patrick Stuart as Valentin Cassadine, General Hospital

Paul Telfer as Xander Kiriakis, Days of Our Lives

Outstanding Young Performer in a Drama Series

Sasha Calle as Lola Rosales, The Young and the Restless

WINNER: Olivia Rose Keegan as Claire Brady, Days of Our Lives

Katelyn MacMullen as Willow Tait, General Hospital

Eden McCoy as Josslyn Jacks, General Hospital

Thia Megia as Haley Chen, Days of Our Lives

Outstanding Game Show Host

Wayne Brady, Let’s Make a Deal

Steve Harvey, Family Feud

Alfonso Ribeiro, Catch 21

Pat Sajak, Wheel of Fortune

WINNER: Alex Trebek, Jeopardy

Outstanding Entertainment Talk Show Host

Michael Strahan, Sara Haines & Keke Palmer, GMA3 Strahan, Sara & Keke

WINNER: Kelly Clarkson, The Kelly Clarkson Show

Kelly Ripa & Ryan Seacrest, Live with Kelly and Ryan

Maury Povich, Maury

Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne, Sheryl Underwood, Eve, Carrie Ann Inaba & Marie Osmond, The Talk

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Health how to lose weight fast and easy how to lose weight fast with exercise how to lose weight fast without exercise how to lose weight fast naturally how to lose weight fast for men how to lose weight fast for women Jordan Peele donates $1 million to groups essential to the health and lives of Black people

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The money will support Black Lives Matter and four other organizations.

The donation was announced Wednesday via Twitter, with a statement that added, “We are committed to continued action against a system rooted in the violence against and oppression of the Black community.”

The announcement comes after two weeks of global protests against police brutality and racial injustice, sparked by the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

Peele founded Monkeypaw in 2012, and the company produced both of the writer-director’s films: 2017’s Get Out and 2019’s Us.

To help combat systemic racism, please consider donating to these organizations:

  • Campaign Zero, which is dedicated to ending police brutality in America through research-based strategies.
  • Color of Change, which works to move decision makers in corporations and government to be more responsive to racial disparities.
  • Equal Justice Initiative, which provides legal services to people who have been wrongly convicted, denied a fair trial, or abused in state jails and prisons.

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It’s 2020 and there’s an ongoing global health crisis, but that didn’t stop the 47th Daytime Emmy Awards from plowing ahead Friday night. It’s Hollywood after all, and the show must go on!

The annual awards shindig, which celebrates outstanding achievement in daytime television programming, looked a little different this year, however. Instead of running online on social media or cable, as it had done since 2012, the ceremony aired live on CBS from 8 to 10 p.m. ET. In lieu of an in-person audience, the hosts — The Talk‘s Sharon Osbourne, Sheryl Underood, Eve, Carrie Ann Inaba, and Marie Osmond — as well as winners and other guests appeared from home due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Check out the list of winners from the evening below.

Outstanding Drama Series

The Bold and the Beautiful

Days of Our Lives

General Hospital

WINNER: The Young and the Restless

Outstanding Daytime Digital Series

After Forever

WINNER: The Bay The Series

DARK/WEB

Eastsiders

Studio City

Outstanding Game Show

Are You Smarter Than A 5th Grader?

Double Dare

Family Feud

WINNER: Jeopardy

The Price Is Right

Outstanding Entertainment News Show

Access Hollywood

E! News 

WINNER: Entertainment Tonight

Extra

Inside Edition

Outstanding Legal/Courtroom Program

Hot Bench

Judge Judy

Judge Mathis

Lauren Lake’s Paternity Court

WINNER: The People’s Court

Outstanding Morning Show

CBS Sunday Morning

CBS This Morning

Good Morning America

Sunday TODAY with Willie Geist

WINNER: Today Show

Outstanding Informative Talk Show

The 3rd Hour of TODAY

Rachael Ray

Red Table Talk

Today Show with Hoda & Jenna

WINNER: The View

Outstanding Entertainment Talk Show

WINNER: The Ellen DeGeneres Show

GMA3 Strahan, Sara & Keke

The Kelly Clarkson Show

Live with Kelly and Ryan

The Talk

Outstanding Culinary Series

Barefoot Contessa: Cook Like a Pro 

WINNER: Giada Entertains 

Milk Street

30 Minute Meals 

Valerie’s Home Cooking

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series

Finola Hughes as Anna Devane, General Hospital

Katherine Kelly Lang as Brooke Logan, The Bold and the Beautiful

WINNER: Heather Tom as Katie Logan, The Bold and the Beautiful

Maura West as Ava Jerome, General Hospital

Arianne Zucker as Nicole Walker, Days of Our Lives

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series

Steve Burton as Jason Morgan, General Hospital

Thorsten Kaye as Ridge Forrester, The Bold and the Beautiful

Jon Lindstrom as Kevin Collins/Ryan Chamberlain, General Hospital

Thaao Penghlis as Tony DiMera, Days of Our Lives

WINNER: Jason Thompson as Billy Abbott, The Young and the Restless

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series

WINNER: Tamara Braun as Dr Kim Nero, General Hospital

Rebecca Budig as Hayden Barnes, General Hospital

Susan Seaforth Hayes as Julie Williams, Days of Our Lives

Christel Khalil as Lily Winters, The Young and the Restless

Annika Noelle as Hope Logan, The Bold and the Beautiful

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series

Mark Grossman as Adam Newman, The Young and the Restless

WINNER: Bryton James as Devon Hamilton, The Young and the Restless

Wally Kurth as Justin Kiriakis, Days of Our Lives

Chandler Massey as Will Horton, Days of Our Lives

James Patrick Stuart as Valentin Cassadine, General Hospital

Paul Telfer as Xander Kiriakis, Days of Our Lives

Outstanding Young Performer in a Drama Series

Sasha Calle as Lola Rosales, The Young and the Restless

WINNER: Olivia Rose Keegan as Claire Brady, Days of Our Lives

Katelyn MacMullen as Willow Tait, General Hospital

Eden McCoy as Josslyn Jacks, General Hospital

Thia Megia as Haley Chen, Days of Our Lives

Outstanding Game Show Host

Wayne Brady, Let’s Make a Deal

Steve Harvey, Family Feud

Alfonso Ribeiro, Catch 21

Pat Sajak, Wheel of Fortune

WINNER: Alex Trebek, Jeopardy

Outstanding Entertainment Talk Show Host

Michael Strahan, Sara Haines & Keke Palmer, GMA3 Strahan, Sara & Keke

WINNER: Kelly Clarkson, The Kelly Clarkson Show

Kelly Ripa & Ryan Seacrest, Live with Kelly and Ryan

Maury Povich, Maury

Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne, Sheryl Underwood, Eve, Carrie Ann Inaba & Marie Osmond, The Talk

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The money will support Black Lives Matter and four other organizations.

The donation was announced Wednesday via Twitter, with a statement that added, “We are committed to continued action against a system rooted in the violence against and oppression of the Black community.”

The announcement comes after two weeks of global protests against police brutality and racial injustice, sparked by the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

Peele founded Monkeypaw in 2012, and the company produced both of the writer-director’s films: 2017’s Get Out and 2019’s Us.

To help combat systemic racism, please consider donating to these organizations:

  • Campaign Zero, which is dedicated to ending police brutality in America through research-based strategies.
  • Color of Change, which works to move decision makers in corporations and government to be more responsive to racial disparities.
  • Equal Justice Initiative, which provides legal services to people who have been wrongly convicted, denied a fair trial, or abused in state jails and prisons.

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It’s 2020 and there’s an ongoing global health crisis, but that didn’t stop the 47th Daytime Emmy Awards from plowing ahead Friday night. It’s Hollywood after all, and the show must go on!

The annual awards shindig, which celebrates outstanding achievement in daytime television programming, looked a little different this year, however. Instead of running online on social media or cable, as it had done since 2012, the ceremony aired live on CBS from 8 to 10 p.m. ET. In lieu of an in-person audience, the hosts — The Talk‘s Sharon Osbourne, Sheryl Underood, Eve, Carrie Ann Inaba, and Marie Osmond — as well as winners and other guests appeared from home due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Check out the list of winners from the evening below.

Outstanding Drama Series

The Bold and the Beautiful

Days of Our Lives

General Hospital

WINNER: The Young and the Restless

Outstanding Daytime Digital Series

After Forever

WINNER: The Bay The Series

DARK/WEB

Eastsiders

Studio City

Outstanding Game Show

Are You Smarter Than A 5th Grader?

Double Dare

Family Feud

WINNER: Jeopardy

The Price Is Right

Outstanding Entertainment News Show

Access Hollywood

E! News 

WINNER: Entertainment Tonight

Extra

Inside Edition

Outstanding Legal/Courtroom Program

Hot Bench

Judge Judy

Judge Mathis

Lauren Lake’s Paternity Court

WINNER: The People’s Court

Outstanding Morning Show

CBS Sunday Morning

CBS This Morning

Good Morning America

Sunday TODAY with Willie Geist

WINNER: Today Show

Outstanding Informative Talk Show

The 3rd Hour of TODAY

Rachael Ray

Red Table Talk

Today Show with Hoda & Jenna

WINNER: The View

Outstanding Entertainment Talk Show

WINNER: The Ellen DeGeneres Show

GMA3 Strahan, Sara & Keke

The Kelly Clarkson Show

Live with Kelly and Ryan

The Talk

Outstanding Culinary Series

Barefoot Contessa: Cook Like a Pro 

WINNER: Giada Entertains 

Milk Street

30 Minute Meals 

Valerie’s Home Cooking

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series

Finola Hughes as Anna Devane, General Hospital

Katherine Kelly Lang as Brooke Logan, The Bold and the Beautiful

WINNER: Heather Tom as Katie Logan, The Bold and the Beautiful

Maura West as Ava Jerome, General Hospital

Arianne Zucker as Nicole Walker, Days of Our Lives

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series

Steve Burton as Jason Morgan, General Hospital

Thorsten Kaye as Ridge Forrester, The Bold and the Beautiful

Jon Lindstrom as Kevin Collins/Ryan Chamberlain, General Hospital

Thaao Penghlis as Tony DiMera, Days of Our Lives

WINNER: Jason Thompson as Billy Abbott, The Young and the Restless

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series

WINNER: Tamara Braun as Dr Kim Nero, General Hospital

Rebecca Budig as Hayden Barnes, General Hospital

Susan Seaforth Hayes as Julie Williams, Days of Our Lives

Christel Khalil as Lily Winters, The Young and the Restless

Annika Noelle as Hope Logan, The Bold and the Beautiful

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series

Mark Grossman as Adam Newman, The Young and the Restless

WINNER: Bryton James as Devon Hamilton, The Young and the Restless

Wally Kurth as Justin Kiriakis, Days of Our Lives

Chandler Massey as Will Horton, Days of Our Lives

James Patrick Stuart as Valentin Cassadine, General Hospital

Paul Telfer as Xander Kiriakis, Days of Our Lives

Outstanding Young Performer in a Drama Series

Sasha Calle as Lola Rosales, The Young and the Restless

WINNER: Olivia Rose Keegan as Claire Brady, Days of Our Lives

Katelyn MacMullen as Willow Tait, General Hospital

Eden McCoy as Josslyn Jacks, General Hospital

Thia Megia as Haley Chen, Days of Our Lives

Outstanding Game Show Host

Wayne Brady, Let’s Make a Deal

Steve Harvey, Family Feud

Alfonso Ribeiro, Catch 21

Pat Sajak, Wheel of Fortune

WINNER: Alex Trebek, Jeopardy

Outstanding Entertainment Talk Show Host

Michael Strahan, Sara Haines & Keke Palmer, GMA3 Strahan, Sara & Keke

WINNER: Kelly Clarkson, The Kelly Clarkson Show

Kelly Ripa & Ryan Seacrest, Live with Kelly and Ryan

Maury Povich, Maury

Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne, Sheryl Underwood, Eve, Carrie Ann Inaba & Marie Osmond, The Talk

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The money will support Black Lives Matter and four other organizations.

The donation was announced Wednesday via Twitter, with a statement that added, “We are committed to continued action against a system rooted in the violence against and oppression of the Black community.”

The announcement comes after two weeks of global protests against police brutality and racial injustice, sparked by the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

Peele founded Monkeypaw in 2012, and the company produced both of the writer-director’s films: 2017’s Get Out and 2019’s Us.

To help combat systemic racism, please consider donating to these organizations:

  • Campaign Zero, which is dedicated to ending police brutality in America through research-based strategies.
  • Color of Change, which works to move decision makers in corporations and government to be more responsive to racial disparities.
  • Equal Justice Initiative, which provides legal services to people who have been wrongly convicted, denied a fair trial, or abused in state jails and prisons.

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It’s 2020 and there’s an ongoing global health crisis, but that didn’t stop the 47th Daytime Emmy Awards from plowing ahead Friday night. It’s Hollywood after all, and the show must go on!

The annual awards shindig, which celebrates outstanding achievement in daytime television programming, looked a little different this year, however. Instead of running online on social media or cable, as it had done since 2012, the ceremony aired live on CBS from 8 to 10 p.m. ET. In lieu of an in-person audience, the hosts — The Talk‘s Sharon Osbourne, Sheryl Underood, Eve, Carrie Ann Inaba, and Marie Osmond — as well as winners and other guests appeared from home due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Check out the list of winners from the evening below.

Outstanding Drama Series

The Bold and the Beautiful

Days of Our Lives

General Hospital

WINNER: The Young and the Restless

Outstanding Daytime Digital Series

After Forever

WINNER: The Bay The Series

DARK/WEB

Eastsiders

Studio City

Outstanding Game Show

Are You Smarter Than A 5th Grader?

Double Dare

Family Feud

WINNER: Jeopardy

The Price Is Right

Outstanding Entertainment News Show

Access Hollywood

E! News 

WINNER: Entertainment Tonight

Extra

Inside Edition

Outstanding Legal/Courtroom Program

Hot Bench

Judge Judy

Judge Mathis

Lauren Lake’s Paternity Court

WINNER: The People’s Court

Outstanding Morning Show

CBS Sunday Morning

CBS This Morning

Good Morning America

Sunday TODAY with Willie Geist

WINNER: Today Show

Outstanding Informative Talk Show

The 3rd Hour of TODAY

Rachael Ray

Red Table Talk

Today Show with Hoda & Jenna

WINNER: The View

Outstanding Entertainment Talk Show

WINNER: The Ellen DeGeneres Show

GMA3 Strahan, Sara & Keke

The Kelly Clarkson Show

Live with Kelly and Ryan

The Talk

Outstanding Culinary Series

Barefoot Contessa: Cook Like a Pro 

WINNER: Giada Entertains 

Milk Street

30 Minute Meals 

Valerie’s Home Cooking

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series

Finola Hughes as Anna Devane, General Hospital

Katherine Kelly Lang as Brooke Logan, The Bold and the Beautiful

WINNER: Heather Tom as Katie Logan, The Bold and the Beautiful

Maura West as Ava Jerome, General Hospital

Arianne Zucker as Nicole Walker, Days of Our Lives

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series

Steve Burton as Jason Morgan, General Hospital

Thorsten Kaye as Ridge Forrester, The Bold and the Beautiful

Jon Lindstrom as Kevin Collins/Ryan Chamberlain, General Hospital

Thaao Penghlis as Tony DiMera, Days of Our Lives

WINNER: Jason Thompson as Billy Abbott, The Young and the Restless

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series

WINNER: Tamara Braun as Dr Kim Nero, General Hospital

Rebecca Budig as Hayden Barnes, General Hospital

Susan Seaforth Hayes as Julie Williams, Days of Our Lives

Christel Khalil as Lily Winters, The Young and the Restless

Annika Noelle as Hope Logan, The Bold and the Beautiful

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series

Mark Grossman as Adam Newman, The Young and the Restless

WINNER: Bryton James as Devon Hamilton, The Young and the Restless

Wally Kurth as Justin Kiriakis, Days of Our Lives

Chandler Massey as Will Horton, Days of Our Lives

James Patrick Stuart as Valentin Cassadine, General Hospital

Paul Telfer as Xander Kiriakis, Days of Our Lives

Outstanding Young Performer in a Drama Series

Sasha Calle as Lola Rosales, The Young and the Restless

WINNER: Olivia Rose Keegan as Claire Brady, Days of Our Lives

Katelyn MacMullen as Willow Tait, General Hospital

Eden McCoy as Josslyn Jacks, General Hospital

Thia Megia as Haley Chen, Days of Our Lives

Outstanding Game Show Host

Wayne Brady, Let’s Make a Deal

Steve Harvey, Family Feud

Alfonso Ribeiro, Catch 21

Pat Sajak, Wheel of Fortune

WINNER: Alex Trebek, Jeopardy

Outstanding Entertainment Talk Show Host

Michael Strahan, Sara Haines & Keke Palmer, GMA3 Strahan, Sara & Keke

WINNER: Kelly Clarkson, The Kelly Clarkson Show

Kelly Ripa & Ryan Seacrest, Live with Kelly and Ryan

Maury Povich, Maury

Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne, Sheryl Underwood, Eve, Carrie Ann Inaba & Marie Osmond, The Talk

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The money will support Black Lives Matter and four other organizations.

The donation was announced Wednesday via Twitter, with a statement that added, “We are committed to continued action against a system rooted in the violence against and oppression of the Black community.”

The announcement comes after two weeks of global protests against police brutality and racial injustice, sparked by the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

Peele founded Monkeypaw in 2012, and the company produced both of the writer-director’s films: 2017’s Get Out and 2019’s Us.

To help combat systemic racism, please consider donating to these organizations:

  • Campaign Zero, which is dedicated to ending police brutality in America through research-based strategies.
  • Color of Change, which works to move decision makers in corporations and government to be more responsive to racial disparities.
  • Equal Justice Initiative, which provides legal services to people who have been wrongly convicted, denied a fair trial, or abused in state jails and prisons.

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The money will support Black Lives Matter and four other organizations.

The donation was announced Wednesday via Twitter, with a statement that added, “We are committed to continued action against a system rooted in the violence against and oppression of the Black community.”

The announcement comes after two weeks of global protests against police brutality and racial injustice, sparked by the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

Peele founded Monkeypaw in 2012, and the company produced both of the writer-director’s films: 2017’s Get Out and 2019’s Us.

To help combat systemic racism, please consider donating to these organizations:

  • Campaign Zero, which is dedicated to ending police brutality in America through research-based strategies.
  • Color of Change, which works to move decision makers in corporations and government to be more responsive to racial disparities.
  • Equal Justice Initiative, which provides legal services to people who have been wrongly convicted, denied a fair trial, or abused in state jails and prisons.

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In a statement released Wednesday, Disney confirmed that the previously announced phased reopening plan would no longer be happening after the state of California’s guidelines for theme parks were delayed. “The State of California has now indicated that it will not issue theme park reopening guidelines until sometime after July 4,” the statement reads. “Given the time required for us to bring thousands of cast members back to work and restart our business, we have no choice but to delay the reopening of our theme parks and resort hotels until we receive approval from government officials. Once we have a clearer understanding of when guidelines will be released, we expect to be able to communicate a reopening date.”

It’s not all bad news, however. The theme park’s Downtown Disney District will still reopen on July 9 as planned, with all health and safety protocols and approvals in place. Other Disney parks, such as Shanghai Disney Resort, Hong Kong Disneyland Resort, and Walt Disney World Resort, have been approved to reopen.

The Disneyland news comes as the state of California has reported a large increase in the number of coronavirus cases in the last few days.

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The money will support Black Lives Matter and four other organizations.

The donation was announced Wednesday via Twitter, with a statement that added, “We are committed to continued action against a system rooted in the violence against and oppression of the Black community.”

The announcement comes after two weeks of global protests against police brutality and racial injustice, sparked by the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

Peele founded Monkeypaw in 2012, and the company produced both of the writer-director’s films: 2017’s Get Out and 2019’s Us.

To help combat systemic racism, please consider donating to these organizations:

  • Campaign Zero, which is dedicated to ending police brutality in America through research-based strategies.
  • Color of Change, which works to move decision makers in corporations and government to be more responsive to racial disparities.
  • Equal Justice Initiative, which provides legal services to people who have been wrongly convicted, denied a fair trial, or abused in state jails and prisons.

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In a statement released Wednesday, Disney confirmed that the previously announced phased reopening plan would no longer be happening after the state of California’s guidelines for theme parks were delayed. “The State of California has now indicated that it will not issue theme park reopening guidelines until sometime after July 4,” the statement reads. “Given the time required for us to bring thousands of cast members back to work and restart our business, we have no choice but to delay the reopening of our theme parks and resort hotels until we receive approval from government officials. Once we have a clearer understanding of when guidelines will be released, we expect to be able to communicate a reopening date.”

It’s not all bad news, however. The theme park’s Downtown Disney District will still reopen on July 9 as planned, with all health and safety protocols and approvals in place. Other Disney parks, such as Shanghai Disney Resort, Hong Kong Disneyland Resort, and Walt Disney World Resort, have been approved to reopen.

The Disneyland news comes as the state of California has reported a large increase in the number of coronavirus cases in the last few days.

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The money will support Black Lives Matter and four other organizations.

The donation was announced Wednesday via Twitter, with a statement that added, “We are committed to continued action against a system rooted in the violence against and oppression of the Black community.”

The announcement comes after two weeks of global protests against police brutality and racial injustice, sparked by the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

Peele founded Monkeypaw in 2012, and the company produced both of the writer-director’s films: 2017’s Get Out and 2019’s Us.

To help combat systemic racism, please consider donating to these organizations:

  • Campaign Zero, which is dedicated to ending police brutality in America through research-based strategies.
  • Color of Change, which works to move decision makers in corporations and government to be more responsive to racial disparities.
  • Equal Justice Initiative, which provides legal services to people who have been wrongly convicted, denied a fair trial, or abused in state jails and prisons.

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Jurassic World: Dominion is set to be one of the first studio productions to go back to work.

Jurassic World: Dominion, the third installment of the Jurassic World trilogy, will be one of the first Hollywood productions to go back to work in a pre-vaccine coronavirus era. Star Bryce Dallas Howard opened up about that experience this week on the EW Live SiriusXM show and promises the studio is going “above and beyond” to ensure safety.

“There’s been a lot of communication,” Howard said. “They are going above and beyond. We would never go back to work if we didn’t feel safe. And, you know, we’re taking it a day at a time and I’m very grateful to have a job.”

Production on the film, directed by the first installment’s helmer Colin Trevorrow, paused in March — as did most other Hollywood productions — due to the spread of coronavirus. Now that certain territories are beginning to open back up, many organizations are coming up with the best strategies to do so. The Hollywood guilds, including the DGA and SAG-AFTRA, released a joint report in mid June containing guidelines for how to operate safely.

In mid-June, Pinewood Studios in the U.K. confirmed Dominion would be restarting production on July 6. Variety reported it was doing so with Universal spending approximately $5 million to ensure additional safety measures.

“What feels really right about it,” Howard continued, “is that there is this daily conversation, daily communication with all of the actors, with the key crew members and just us consistently being like, ‘Okay, how are we going to do this? How are we going to do this safely?’ and not making compromises that could undermine someone’s health.”

Filming on other U.K.-based productions, including The Batman with Robert Pattinson, largely remain delayed for the time being.

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The money will support Black Lives Matter and four other organizations.

The donation was announced Wednesday via Twitter, with a statement that added, “We are committed to continued action against a system rooted in the violence against and oppression of the Black community.”

The announcement comes after two weeks of global protests against police brutality and racial injustice, sparked by the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

Peele founded Monkeypaw in 2012, and the company produced both of the writer-director’s films: 2017’s Get Out and 2019’s Us.

To help combat systemic racism, please consider donating to these organizations:

  • Campaign Zero, which is dedicated to ending police brutality in America through research-based strategies.
  • Color of Change, which works to move decision makers in corporations and government to be more responsive to racial disparities.
  • Equal Justice Initiative, which provides legal services to people who have been wrongly convicted, denied a fair trial, or abused in state jails and prisons.

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Jurassic World: Dominion is set to be one of the first studio productions to go back to work.

Jurassic World: Dominion, the third installment of the Jurassic World trilogy, will be one of the first Hollywood productions to go back to work in a pre-vaccine coronavirus era. Star Bryce Dallas Howard opened up about that experience this week on the EW Live SiriusXM show and promises the studio is going “above and beyond” to ensure safety.

“There’s been a lot of communication,” Howard said. “They are going above and beyond. We would never go back to work if we didn’t feel safe. And, you know, we’re taking it a day at a time and I’m very grateful to have a job.”

Production on the film, directed by the first installment’s helmer Colin Trevorrow, paused in March — as did most other Hollywood productions — due to the spread of coronavirus. Now that certain territories are beginning to open back up, many organizations are coming up with the best strategies to do so. The Hollywood guilds, including the DGA and SAG-AFTRA, released a joint report in mid June containing guidelines for how to operate safely.

In mid-June, Pinewood Studios in the U.K. confirmed Dominion would be restarting production on July 6. Variety reported it was doing so with Universal spending approximately $5 million to ensure additional safety measures.

“What feels really right about it,” Howard continued, “is that there is this daily conversation, daily communication with all of the actors, with the key crew members and just us consistently being like, ‘Okay, how are we going to do this? How are we going to do this safely?’ and not making compromises that could undermine someone’s health.”

Filming on other U.K.-based productions, including The Batman with Robert Pattinson, largely remain delayed for the time being.

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The money will support Black Lives Matter and four other organizations.

The donation was announced Wednesday via Twitter, with a statement that added, “We are committed to continued action against a system rooted in the violence against and oppression of the Black community.”

The announcement comes after two weeks of global protests against police brutality and racial injustice, sparked by the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

Peele founded Monkeypaw in 2012, and the company produced both of the writer-director’s films: 2017’s Get Out and 2019’s Us.

To help combat systemic racism, please consider donating to these organizations:

  • Campaign Zero, which is dedicated to ending police brutality in America through research-based strategies.
  • Color of Change, which works to move decision makers in corporations and government to be more responsive to racial disparities.
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Jurassic World: Dominion is set to be one of the first studio productions to go back to work.

Jurassic World: Dominion, the third installment of the Jurassic World trilogy, will be one of the first Hollywood productions to go back to work in a pre-vaccine coronavirus era. Star Bryce Dallas Howard opened up about that experience this week on the EW Live SiriusXM show and promises the studio is going “above and beyond” to ensure safety.

“There’s been a lot of communication,” Howard said. “They are going above and beyond. We would never go back to work if we didn’t feel safe. And, you know, we’re taking it a day at a time and I’m very grateful to have a job.”

Production on the film, directed by the first installment’s helmer Colin Trevorrow, paused in March — as did most other Hollywood productions — due to the spread of coronavirus. Now that certain territories are beginning to open back up, many organizations are coming up with the best strategies to do so. The Hollywood guilds, including the DGA and SAG-AFTRA, released a joint report in mid June containing guidelines for how to operate safely.

In mid-June, Pinewood Studios in the U.K. confirmed Dominion would be restarting production on July 6. Variety reported it was doing so with Universal spending approximately $5 million to ensure additional safety measures.

“What feels really right about it,” Howard continued, “is that there is this daily conversation, daily communication with all of the actors, with the key crew members and just us consistently being like, ‘Okay, how are we going to do this? How are we going to do this safely?’ and not making compromises that could undermine someone’s health.”

Filming on other U.K.-based productions, including The Batman with Robert Pattinson, largely remain delayed for the time being.

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The money will support Black Lives Matter and four other organizations.

The donation was announced Wednesday via Twitter, with a statement that added, “We are committed to continued action against a system rooted in the violence against and oppression of the Black community.”

The announcement comes after two weeks of global protests against police brutality and racial injustice, sparked by the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

Peele founded Monkeypaw in 2012, and the company produced both of the writer-director’s films: 2017’s Get Out and 2019’s Us.

To help combat systemic racism, please consider donating to these organizations:

  • Campaign Zero, which is dedicated to ending police brutality in America through research-based strategies.
  • Color of Change, which works to move decision makers in corporations and government to be more responsive to racial disparities.
  • Equal Justice Initiative, which provides legal services to people who have been wrongly convicted, denied a fair trial, or abused in state jails and prisons.

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Jurassic World: Dominion is set to be one of the first studio productions to go back to work.

Jurassic World: Dominion, the third installment of the Jurassic World trilogy, will be one of the first Hollywood productions to go back to work in a pre-vaccine coronavirus era. Star Bryce Dallas Howard opened up about that experience this week on the EW Live SiriusXM show and promises the studio is going “above and beyond” to ensure safety.

“There’s been a lot of communication,” Howard said. “They are going above and beyond. We would never go back to work if we didn’t feel safe. And, you know, we’re taking it a day at a time and I’m very grateful to have a job.”

Production on the film, directed by the first installment’s helmer Colin Trevorrow, paused in March — as did most other Hollywood productions — due to the spread of coronavirus. Now that certain territories are beginning to open back up, many organizations are coming up with the best strategies to do so. The Hollywood guilds, including the DGA and SAG-AFTRA, released a joint report in mid June containing guidelines for how to operate safely.

In mid-June, Pinewood Studios in the U.K. confirmed Dominion would be restarting production on July 6. Variety reported it was doing so with Universal spending approximately $5 million to ensure additional safety measures.

“What feels really right about it,” Howard continued, “is that there is this daily conversation, daily communication with all of the actors, with the key crew members and just us consistently being like, ‘Okay, how are we going to do this? How are we going to do this safely?’ and not making compromises that could undermine someone’s health.”

Filming on other U.K.-based productions, including The Batman with Robert Pattinson, largely remain delayed for the time being.

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The money will support Black Lives Matter and four other organizations.

The donation was announced Wednesday via Twitter, with a statement that added, “We are committed to continued action against a system rooted in the violence against and oppression of the Black community.”

The announcement comes after two weeks of global protests against police brutality and racial injustice, sparked by the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

Peele founded Monkeypaw in 2012, and the company produced both of the writer-director’s films: 2017’s Get Out and 2019’s Us.

To help combat systemic racism, please consider donating to these organizations:

  • Campaign Zero, which is dedicated to ending police brutality in America through research-based strategies.
  • Color of Change, which works to move decision makers in corporations and government to be more responsive to racial disparities.
  • Equal Justice Initiative, which provides legal services to people who have been wrongly convicted, denied a fair trial, or abused in state jails and prisons.

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Jurassic World: Dominion is set to be one of the first studio productions to go back to work.

Jurassic World: Dominion, the third installment of the Jurassic World trilogy, will be one of the first Hollywood productions to go back to work in a pre-vaccine coronavirus era. Star Bryce Dallas Howard opened up about that experience this week on the EW Live SiriusXM show and promises the studio is going “above and beyond” to ensure safety.

“There’s been a lot of communication,” Howard said. “They are going above and beyond. We would never go back to work if we didn’t feel safe. And, you know, we’re taking it a day at a time and I’m very grateful to have a job.”

Production on the film, directed by the first installment’s helmer Colin Trevorrow, paused in March — as did most other Hollywood productions — due to the spread of coronavirus. Now that certain territories are beginning to open back up, many organizations are coming up with the best strategies to do so. The Hollywood guilds, including the DGA and SAG-AFTRA, released a joint report in mid June containing guidelines for how to operate safely.

In mid-June, Pinewood Studios in the U.K. confirmed Dominion would be restarting production on July 6. Variety reported it was doing so with Universal spending approximately $5 million to ensure additional safety measures.

“What feels really right about it,” Howard continued, “is that there is this daily conversation, daily communication with all of the actors, with the key crew members and just us consistently being like, ‘Okay, how are we going to do this? How are we going to do this safely?’ and not making compromises that could undermine someone’s health.”

Filming on other U.K.-based productions, including The Batman with Robert Pattinson, largely remain delayed for the time being.

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The money will support Black Lives Matter and four other organizations.

The donation was announced Wednesday via Twitter, with a statement that added, “We are committed to continued action against a system rooted in the violence against and oppression of the Black community.”

The announcement comes after two weeks of global protests against police brutality and racial injustice, sparked by the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

Peele founded Monkeypaw in 2012, and the company produced both of the writer-director’s films: 2017’s Get Out and 2019’s Us.

To help combat systemic racism, please consider donating to these organizations:

  • Campaign Zero, which is dedicated to ending police brutality in America through research-based strategies.
  • Color of Change, which works to move decision makers in corporations and government to be more responsive to racial disparities.
  • Equal Justice Initiative, which provides legal services to people who have been wrongly convicted, denied a fair trial, or abused in state jails and prisons.

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Jurassic World: Dominion is set to be one of the first studio productions to go back to work.

Jurassic World: Dominion, the third installment of the Jurassic World trilogy, will be one of the first Hollywood productions to go back to work in a pre-vaccine coronavirus era. Star Bryce Dallas Howard opened up about that experience this week on the EW Live SiriusXM show and promises the studio is going “above and beyond” to ensure safety.

“There’s been a lot of communication,” Howard said. “They are going above and beyond. We would never go back to work if we didn’t feel safe. And, you know, we’re taking it a day at a time and I’m very grateful to have a job.”

Production on the film, directed by the first installment’s helmer Colin Trevorrow, paused in March — as did most other Hollywood productions — due to the spread of coronavirus. Now that certain territories are beginning to open back up, many organizations are coming up with the best strategies to do so. The Hollywood guilds, including the DGA and SAG-AFTRA, released a joint report in mid June containing guidelines for how to operate safely.

In mid-June, Pinewood Studios in the U.K. confirmed Dominion would be restarting production on July 6. Variety reported it was doing so with Universal spending approximately $5 million to ensure additional safety measures.

“What feels really right about it,” Howard continued, “is that there is this daily conversation, daily communication with all of the actors, with the key crew members and just us consistently being like, ‘Okay, how are we going to do this? How are we going to do this safely?’ and not making compromises that could undermine someone’s health.”

Filming on other U.K.-based productions, including The Batman with Robert Pattinson, largely remain delayed for the time being.

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The money will support Black Lives Matter and four other organizations.

The donation was announced Wednesday via Twitter, with a statement that added, “We are committed to continued action against a system rooted in the violence against and oppression of the Black community.”

The announcement comes after two weeks of global protests against police brutality and racial injustice, sparked by the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

Peele founded Monkeypaw in 2012, and the company produced both of the writer-director’s films: 2017’s Get Out and 2019’s Us.

To help combat systemic racism, please consider donating to these organizations:

  • Campaign Zero, which is dedicated to ending police brutality in America through research-based strategies.
  • Color of Change, which works to move decision makers in corporations and government to be more responsive to racial disparities.
  • Equal Justice Initiative, which provides legal services to people who have been wrongly convicted, denied a fair trial, or abused in state jails and prisons.

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Jurassic World: Dominion is set to be one of the first studio productions to go back to work.

Jurassic World: Dominion, the third installment of the Jurassic World trilogy, will be one of the first Hollywood productions to go back to work in a pre-vaccine coronavirus era. Star Bryce Dallas Howard opened up about that experience this week on the EW Live SiriusXM show and promises the studio is going “above and beyond” to ensure safety.

“There’s been a lot of communication,” Howard said. “They are going above and beyond. We would never go back to work if we didn’t feel safe. And, you know, we’re taking it a day at a time and I’m very grateful to have a job.”

Production on the film, directed by the first installment’s helmer Colin Trevorrow, paused in March — as did most other Hollywood productions — due to the spread of coronavirus. Now that certain territories are beginning to open back up, many organizations are coming up with the best strategies to do so. The Hollywood guilds, including the DGA and SAG-AFTRA, released a joint report in mid June containing guidelines for how to operate safely.

In mid-June, Pinewood Studios in the U.K. confirmed Dominion would be restarting production on July 6. Variety reported it was doing so with Universal spending approximately $5 million to ensure additional safety measures.

“What feels really right about it,” Howard continued, “is that there is this daily conversation, daily communication with all of the actors, with the key crew members and just us consistently being like, ‘Okay, how are we going to do this? How are we going to do this safely?’ and not making compromises that could undermine someone’s health.”

Filming on other U.K.-based productions, including The Batman with Robert Pattinson, largely remain delayed for the time being.

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The money will support Black Lives Matter and four other organizations.

The donation was announced Wednesday via Twitter, with a statement that added, “We are committed to continued action against a system rooted in the violence against and oppression of the Black community.”

The announcement comes after two weeks of global protests against police brutality and racial injustice, sparked by the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

Peele founded Monkeypaw in 2012, and the company produced both of the writer-director’s films: 2017’s Get Out and 2019’s Us.

To help combat systemic racism, please consider donating to these organizations:

  • Campaign Zero, which is dedicated to ending police brutality in America through research-based strategies.
  • Color of Change, which works to move decision makers in corporations and government to be more responsive to racial disparities.
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“Transgender women are women. Any statement to the contrary erases the identity and dignity of transgender people,” the Harry Potter star wrote a lengthy statement.

“I realize that certain press outlets will probably want to paint this as in-fighting between J.K. Rowling and myself, but that is really not what this is about, nor is it what’s important right now. While Jo is unquestionably responsible for the course my life has taken, as someone who has been honored to work with and continues to contribute to The Trevor Project for the last decade, and just as a human being, I feel compelled to say something at this moment,” Radcliffe wrote. “Transgender women are women. Any statement to the contrary erases the identity and dignity of transgender people and goes against all advice given by professional health care associations who have far more expertise on this subject matter than either Jo or I.”

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“According to The Trevor Project, 78% of transgender and nonbinary youth reported being the subject of discrimination due to their gender identity. It’s clear that we need to do more to support transgender and nonbinary people, not invalidate their identities, and not cause further harm,” he continued. “I am still learning how to be a better ally, so if you want to join me in learning more about transgender and nonbinary identities check out The Trevor Project’s Guide to Being an Ally to Transgender and Nonbinary Youth. It’s an introductory educational resource that covers a wide range of topics, including the differences between sex and gender, and shares best practices on how to support transgender and nonbinary people.”

Radcliffe concluded by addressing the legions of fans of the Harry Potter series who have found solace and hope in the story’s themes. “To all the people who now feel that their experience of the books has been tarnished or diminished, I am deeply sorry for the pain these comments have caused you,” he reflected. “I really hope that you don’t entirely lose what was valuable in these stories to you. If these books taught you that love is the strongest force in the universe, capable of overcoming anything; if they taught you that strength is found in diversity, and that dogmatic ideas of pureness lead to the oppression of vulnerable groups; if you believe that a particular character is trans, nonbinary, or gender fluid, or that they are gay or bisexual; if you found anything in these stories that resonated with you and helped you at any time in your life — then that is between you and the book that you read, and it is sacred. And in my opinion nobody can touch that. It means to you what it means to you and I hope that these comments will not taint that too much.”

The Harry Potter star is not the first to take Rowling to task for the comments she posted to Twitter over the weekend. Rowling wrote a slew of tweets asserting that women are defined by the ability to menstruate and her belief in the conceptual definition of sex as a determinate of identity. Her tweets were criticized for being ‘anti-trans’ by The Good Place’s Jameela Jamil, Queer Eye’s Jonathan Van Ness, Star Trek: Discovery’s Anthony Rapp, and GLAAD among others.

Rowling was also criticized last December for tweeting her support of a British researcher named Maya Forstater who was fired from the Centre for Global Development after expressing anti-transgender sentiments.

Radcliffe has been an outspoken supporter of LGBTQ causes for years. In 2009, he joined the Trevor Project’s Circle of Hope, a community of major donors which plays an essential role in the financial leadership of the organization. The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer & questioning youth. He also received The Trevor Project’s Hero Award in 2011 in recognition of his efforts on behalf of the organization and LGBTQ youth.

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The money will support Black Lives Matter and four other organizations.

The donation was announced Wednesday via Twitter, with a statement that added, “We are committed to continued action against a system rooted in the violence against and oppression of the Black community.”

The announcement comes after two weeks of global protests against police brutality and racial injustice, sparked by the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

Peele founded Monkeypaw in 2012, and the company produced both of the writer-director’s films: 2017’s Get Out and 2019’s Us.

To help combat systemic racism, please consider donating to these organizations:

  • Campaign Zero, which is dedicated to ending police brutality in America through research-based strategies.
  • Color of Change, which works to move decision makers in corporations and government to be more responsive to racial disparities.
  • Equal Justice Initiative, which provides legal services to people who have been wrongly convicted, denied a fair trial, or abused in state jails and prisons.

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“Transgender women are women. Any statement to the contrary erases the identity and dignity of transgender people,” the Harry Potter star wrote a lengthy statement.

“I realize that certain press outlets will probably want to paint this as in-fighting between J.K. Rowling and myself, but that is really not what this is about, nor is it what’s important right now. While Jo is unquestionably responsible for the course my life has taken, as someone who has been honored to work with and continues to contribute to The Trevor Project for the last decade, and just as a human being, I feel compelled to say something at this moment,” Radcliffe wrote. “Transgender women are women. Any statement to the contrary erases the identity and dignity of transgender people and goes against all advice given by professional health care associations who have far more expertise on this subject matter than either Jo or I.”

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“According to The Trevor Project, 78% of transgender and nonbinary youth reported being the subject of discrimination due to their gender identity. It’s clear that we need to do more to support transgender and nonbinary people, not invalidate their identities, and not cause further harm,” he continued. “I am still learning how to be a better ally, so if you want to join me in learning more about transgender and nonbinary identities check out The Trevor Project’s Guide to Being an Ally to Transgender and Nonbinary Youth. It’s an introductory educational resource that covers a wide range of topics, including the differences between sex and gender, and shares best practices on how to support transgender and nonbinary people.”

Radcliffe concluded by addressing the legions of fans of the Harry Potter series who have found solace and hope in the story’s themes. “To all the people who now feel that their experience of the books has been tarnished or diminished, I am deeply sorry for the pain these comments have caused you,” he reflected. “I really hope that you don’t entirely lose what was valuable in these stories to you. If these books taught you that love is the strongest force in the universe, capable of overcoming anything; if they taught you that strength is found in diversity, and that dogmatic ideas of pureness lead to the oppression of vulnerable groups; if you believe that a particular character is trans, nonbinary, or gender fluid, or that they are gay or bisexual; if you found anything in these stories that resonated with you and helped you at any time in your life — then that is between you and the book that you read, and it is sacred. And in my opinion nobody can touch that. It means to you what it means to you and I hope that these comments will not taint that too much.”

The Harry Potter star is not the first to take Rowling to task for the comments she posted to Twitter over the weekend. Rowling wrote a slew of tweets asserting that women are defined by the ability to menstruate and her belief in the conceptual definition of sex as a determinate of identity. Her tweets were criticized for being ‘anti-trans’ by The Good Place’s Jameela Jamil, Queer Eye’s Jonathan Van Ness, Star Trek: Discovery’s Anthony Rapp, and GLAAD among others.

Rowling was also criticized last December for tweeting her support of a British researcher named Maya Forstater who was fired from the Centre for Global Development after expressing anti-transgender sentiments.

Radcliffe has been an outspoken supporter of LGBTQ causes for years. In 2009, he joined the Trevor Project’s Circle of Hope, a community of major donors which plays an essential role in the financial leadership of the organization. The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer & questioning youth. He also received The Trevor Project’s Hero Award in 2011 in recognition of his efforts on behalf of the organization and LGBTQ youth.

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What was he thinking?!? That was undoubtedly the reaction of millions of Survivor: Winners at War viewers when Ben Driebergen — just two days away from the end of the game — gave his biggest ally permission to vote him out of the game. Why would the Heroes v. Healers v Hustlers champ throw away his chance at $2 million? Probably because he knew that chance didn’t really exist.

Ben was able to read the jury and knew he had no viable path to his second Survivor title, so fell on his sword in the hopes of helping someone else achieve the dream. It was a bold move for a guy who has openly struggled with personal demons, and a sign that he valued his own mental health over the status (and some extra money) that a few more days in the game would have provided.

We spoke with Ben just minutes after the finale finished airing to get his take on the shocking decision, some insight into his mysterious feud with Jeremy, and intel on what we didn’t see on TV. And the man sounds truly at peace with his Survivor journey.

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ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Well, we just watched it all go down. How are you doing Ben?

BEN DRIEBERGEN: Good! It’s a pleasure to be here, and an honor too. It’s awesome to be able to talk with you.

Let’s get right to it because it’s the question everyone’s asking. You’re sitting there, there are only five players left, you’re probably the best fire maker in the bunch. Nothing in this game’s ever guaranteed, but the road is wide open for you to get to the final three. It would be your second straight game of going the distance, and then you give permission to Sarah to vote you out. Now, I’m watching this to myself and I’m thinking, “No way does Ben do this if he thinks he has a chance of winning at the end.” And I saw you even joke at one point that you weren’t very popular out there after having the disadvantage played on you and not getting any advantages or Fire Tokens sent your way. So, is that what part of this decision was about, you reading the writing on the wall with the jury?

Absolutely. When Michele’s getting all these game tokens, and I’m getting disadvantaged from the Edge played on me, you can kind of gauge as how the jury — because that’s who’s over there on the Edge — is perceiving your game. And so when Natalie came back in and told us everything about what was going on, I knew I wasn’t respected on the jury. I played very hard, I built a lot of relationships, and then those relationships fell apart and ultimately ended up hurting me in the long run. And so I really didn’t want to go and get crucified. At the end of the jury, with the way I conducted my game, I just wanted to get to the end, kind of deal. And so I knew I was in for a hurting.

Survivor takes a huge mental toll on you. And coming home, wondering if you’d won a million dollars? And so knowing that Sarah, Tony, and I took it to the end and I would get scraped across the coals there, mentally coming home and trying to deal with if I had won $2 million or whatever, it just wasn’t something where I wanted to be at life. I’m happy where I’m at in life. And I want $2 million, but Tony winning the game and being perceived as the biggest target and the best one to win was factual, right? He played a heck of a game out there. And when I lost that challenge, Sarah and I had talked about possibly taking Tony out. Like, we knew Tony was a big threat, but our goal was to get to the end.

And so after Tony won his last immunity, it was like, Tony is going to win this for sure. And Sarah was my number one. Tony was my number two. I wasn’t going to write Tony’s name down to leave. And I still had my little loyalty with Sarah. And that’s what it came down to was I really wanted to help her out and I didn’t want her to feel like she was getting dragged to the end by Tony or myself. Because the three of us worked really hard from the merge on to stay together and do all this crazy stuff, even after the Sophie blindside. But I credited it to because we’re all very paranoid and high-strung people, and so we could do that with each other, we could bounce it off each other. And then that’s why I think we worked so good with each other.

Tony is who he is on TV, right? And Sarah is an amazing player and amazing person, too. And so when you build that bond of friendship and gameplay, it was easy to really work with each other and support each other. But when it came down to that moment, it was just something that that’s who I am, right? I would do anything for my friends and do anything for my family. And in that moment I saw a friend in need kind of deal, and I knew that I could help her out as opposed to being selfish, to go to the end and know that I couldn’t win kind of deal.

That’s interesting, because even if you say, “Okay, there’s no path to the $2 million,” you are still sacrificing money by doing that in the sense that you would’ve picked up a bit more green if you had gotten yourself into even the three spot, right?

Right. Right. But what I did with my million the first time was I invested it. That’s not a lot of money, and I said it on the show, and after taxes it is not a lot of money. But what I’ve done to financially set for my family with the amount I have is not a lot, but it’s enough to be like, you know what? Money’s not everything. Being able to tuck my kids in tonight and hug my wife and now being able to have friends in the Survivor community that I can trust and my friends back home. When I came home for the first time, I played a great game in some people’s eyes, but I was a bull in a china shop, right? I had to get through and get to the end. And I won a million dollars, it was fantastic.

But people also looked at me in a different light. Some of them looked at me like, “Oh, the big, bad Marine, he got to the end,” which that was a part of my life at one point, but that’s not who I am now. If you focus on negativity and hurting people, that’s going to be your outcome in life. But I always say stay positive, stay humble. Because if you focus on the positivity in life, you look at what you have and not what you need or what you can get.

You look at what you have in your life and if you are happy with what you have in your life, then you’re in a positive spot. Nothing else can matter, no matter how much money you have, how much bank account roles or cars or whatever you have, if you have little amount like I had before, we were very, very happy. And then we got some money and it was amazing, and we’re very happy now. But the game was more about being a human this time, as opposed to being a Survivor castaway, if that makes sense.

What I found really interesting is that you said at one point that you wanted to “not go back home and not like the person I was.” And you’ve been very open on the show and in talking to me in interviews, talking about your personal demons. And when I heard that quote, I wondered, does that mean that you did not like the person that came home from season 35?

Not that I didn’t like the person, but I saw how I could treat people. And I saw that, yes, when I have a goal, no matter what, I can accomplish that goal. But what do I do getting to that goal, right? How many people am I elbowing out of the way just to get to the finish line and be like, “Yeah, I won.” But nobody cares that you won if you just elbowed everybody out of the way. And so this time was to build those relationships. And I really did build those relationships out there. And with Tony and Sarah and Denise talking about enduring and let go. Right? And so this was a scene where the fire is crackling and I’m thinking about stuff.

Because there’s things that I’ve done and experienced in the past that still weigh on me today. And it’s like, “Am I a good person?” And to answer your question as to 35, it was like, I didn’t know if I was a good person. And to be able to make solid friendships with Mama D and I got tattoos on my wrist, just like her. We really bonded out there. All four of us did. And that’s what I focused on this time. And maybe did I over-correct because I wanted to build a relationship so bad? Possibly.

But can I look in the mirror this time when I come home and be like, “You know what? You’re proud of yourself, man. You did good. You got off the couch, went and played Survivor and won it. And then when you played Survivor all-winners you went out in a way that your family can be proud of and your friends can be proud of. And I can look in a mirror at myself, more importantly, not what everyone else thinks, but I can look in the mirror and be proud of who I am and the game I play. And that’s all that matters.

I remember talking to you before the game, and you really wanted to prove that you could do well in this game without detonating Ben bombs all over the place. You used one at the very end there, but you made it all the way to finale night without playing an idol. So you must feel you were successful in that mission.

Yes. And you focus on the positive. That’s an amazing feat for me, right? For me as a player and as a castaway, for me to get to the finale without using an idol and using relationships. And there’s a reason I wasn’t voted out first. I went to plenty of Tribals. Michelle talks about going to all the Tribals. I think she went to one more Tribal than I did. And we were both never immune, right? That should be a testament to both of our social games. She’s an amazing player. And she’s very positive. And she played an amazing game as well. And neither of us were on the chopping block until the end. And so, yeah, for me, I’m happy with that.

That was my goal. And I did it. My goal was to win $2 million. But you can’t look at like you quit, and if there were seven goals on the board and if you just don’t check off one of those goals, you’re going to be down about it. Look at the other six goals you checked off. Like running through the forest after I found an idol awkwardly with Tony. And then carrying him off and he’s screaming. “No!” Right. So much good positive experiences came out of this. That it was worth it in so many ways.

We saw that you and Jeremy having this sort of mini-feud, but we never really understood what it was about or where it started or how it happened. Is there any sort of light you can shed on that?

You asked me before the game, “Who do you want to work with?” And Jeremy was one of the guys I wanted to work with. Day one, we hit the beach and I am just scared. I’ll be honest. I’m nervous like, “Holy cow, I’m out on the beach.” Jeremy is a firefighter, and I was in the military, so for me, it was comfortable to talk with him and Tony and Sarah. And so day one, I was like, “Okay, well, we can have that bond.” And so I went to him and fully just opened up, was like, “Dude, I respect your game. I respect who you are. I really want to work with you. And I think if you and I can stick together and get to the merge, we can hook up with Tony and Sarah. And we can get to the end.”

And so he’s like, “Yeah. Yeah.” He’s giving me the go ahead. And so then we start walking up these stairs and he’s behind me. And I turn around and look, and he’s giving the, “This guy’s is a clown,” look to the camera. And so I called him out at him. I was like, “Jeremy, what are you doing, dude?” And he’s like, “Oh, I’m just doing my thing. And y’all let me do my thing.” And I’m like, “Okay. So this is how Survivor works.” I got to let him do his thing. I can’t blow up. I can’t get mad.” Initially I’m like, “Oh man, this is not good.” But it is the card I was dealt at that time. I just forfeited all my information to him. He was not having it. And he got caught not having it. But I had to let that go and try to work with him and build that bond with him.

And then it got down to the end, and you look on the jury and who’s over there, and everybody’s going to vote for Jeremy because he is likable. And he is a nice guy. But in the game of Survivor, you have to have targets and you have to put targets on people’s back. And, unfortunately, Jeremy had all his friends with the poker alliance, the old schoolers, he’s a very likable man. I couldn’t be in the game with him anymore. And so that’s what it came down to targeting Jeremy. And the game makes you very stressed. The game is a $2 million game and we butted heads and there’s editing that wasn’t shown and everything like that. But what it boils down to is, it’s just a game. And I respect Jeremy as a man and as a winner and as a Survivor player and as a firefighter. So there’s no hard feelings between Jeremy and I. And I wish him and Val and the kids all the best.

Is there anything else that happened out there that we didn’t get to see that you wish had made it into an episode?

I would do stuff for the experience of fun and positivity, like that big slide. I went head-first backwards after Jeff’s like, “Okay, head off to camp.” And I just laid on my back and went down backwards. And so, for me, it was so draining out there. The game was so fast. I mean, you look at Sarah and Tony and I, we were just sunken in and Michelle, right? And then you look at Nat and she’s all peanut buttered up, ready to come back in like a spitfire. And she did, she was amazing. That was her game. And she did very good out there on the Edge, getting all the tokens and stuff. But for us in the game, betraying these people and betraying our friends, it was mentally and physically exhausting and you could see it on our faces. But being able to take that moment out on a slide and just be like, “This is going to be an adrenaline rush.”

And I remember Jeff being like, “Okay, everybody, head back to camp.” And I just kicked my legs up and went head-first backwards on my back, down a slide. And I was like, “Okay, we’re still having fun. Even though you’re drained, even though you’re tired, even though you just lost immunity to Michelle, you’re still having fun.” And so that’s what I really tried to do out there, was just stay focused, stay positive and not lose who I was as a man and as a father, as a husband.

Well, listen, I’m glad you took yourself out of the game, just so I can take a gander at that incredible horseshoe mustache you were rocking at Tribal Council!

How about that? When I got to Ponderosa, I tried to trim my beard up and it didn’t work out very well. And so I wasn’t going to go full clean shave, and then that’s what we ended up with. My wife made me shave when I got home.

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The money will support Black Lives Matter and four other organizations.

The donation was announced Wednesday via Twitter, with a statement that added, “We are committed to continued action against a system rooted in the violence against and oppression of the Black community.”

The announcement comes after two weeks of global protests against police brutality and racial injustice, sparked by the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

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What was he thinking?!? That was undoubtedly the reaction of millions of Survivor: Winners at War viewers when Ben Driebergen — just two days away from the end of the game — gave his biggest ally permission to vote him out of the game. Why would the Heroes v. Healers v Hustlers champ throw away his chance at $2 million? Probably because he knew that chance didn’t really exist.

Ben was able to read the jury and knew he had no viable path to his second Survivor title, so fell on his sword in the hopes of helping someone else achieve the dream. It was a bold move for a guy who has openly struggled with personal demons, and a sign that he valued his own mental health over the status (and some extra money) that a few more days in the game would have provided.

We spoke with Ben just minutes after the finale finished airing to get his take on the shocking decision, some insight into his mysterious feud with Jeremy, and intel on what we didn’t see on TV. And the man sounds truly at peace with his Survivor journey.

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ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Well, we just watched it all go down. How are you doing Ben?

BEN DRIEBERGEN: Good! It’s a pleasure to be here, and an honor too. It’s awesome to be able to talk with you.

Let’s get right to it because it’s the question everyone’s asking. You’re sitting there, there are only five players left, you’re probably the best fire maker in the bunch. Nothing in this game’s ever guaranteed, but the road is wide open for you to get to the final three. It would be your second straight game of going the distance, and then you give permission to Sarah to vote you out. Now, I’m watching this to myself and I’m thinking, “No way does Ben do this if he thinks he has a chance of winning at the end.” And I saw you even joke at one point that you weren’t very popular out there after having the disadvantage played on you and not getting any advantages or Fire Tokens sent your way. So, is that what part of this decision was about, you reading the writing on the wall with the jury?

Absolutely. When Michele’s getting all these game tokens, and I’m getting disadvantaged from the Edge played on me, you can kind of gauge as how the jury — because that’s who’s over there on the Edge — is perceiving your game. And so when Natalie came back in and told us everything about what was going on, I knew I wasn’t respected on the jury. I played very hard, I built a lot of relationships, and then those relationships fell apart and ultimately ended up hurting me in the long run. And so I really didn’t want to go and get crucified. At the end of the jury, with the way I conducted my game, I just wanted to get to the end, kind of deal. And so I knew I was in for a hurting.

Survivor takes a huge mental toll on you. And coming home, wondering if you’d won a million dollars? And so knowing that Sarah, Tony, and I took it to the end and I would get scraped across the coals there, mentally coming home and trying to deal with if I had won $2 million or whatever, it just wasn’t something where I wanted to be at life. I’m happy where I’m at in life. And I want $2 million, but Tony winning the game and being perceived as the biggest target and the best one to win was factual, right? He played a heck of a game out there. And when I lost that challenge, Sarah and I had talked about possibly taking Tony out. Like, we knew Tony was a big threat, but our goal was to get to the end.

And so after Tony won his last immunity, it was like, Tony is going to win this for sure. And Sarah was my number one. Tony was my number two. I wasn’t going to write Tony’s name down to leave. And I still had my little loyalty with Sarah. And that’s what it came down to was I really wanted to help her out and I didn’t want her to feel like she was getting dragged to the end by Tony or myself. Because the three of us worked really hard from the merge on to stay together and do all this crazy stuff, even after the Sophie blindside. But I credited it to because we’re all very paranoid and high-strung people, and so we could do that with each other, we could bounce it off each other. And then that’s why I think we worked so good with each other.

Tony is who he is on TV, right? And Sarah is an amazing player and amazing person, too. And so when you build that bond of friendship and gameplay, it was easy to really work with each other and support each other. But when it came down to that moment, it was just something that that’s who I am, right? I would do anything for my friends and do anything for my family. And in that moment I saw a friend in need kind of deal, and I knew that I could help her out as opposed to being selfish, to go to the end and know that I couldn’t win kind of deal.

That’s interesting, because even if you say, “Okay, there’s no path to the $2 million,” you are still sacrificing money by doing that in the sense that you would’ve picked up a bit more green if you had gotten yourself into even the three spot, right?

Right. Right. But what I did with my million the first time was I invested it. That’s not a lot of money, and I said it on the show, and after taxes it is not a lot of money. But what I’ve done to financially set for my family with the amount I have is not a lot, but it’s enough to be like, you know what? Money’s not everything. Being able to tuck my kids in tonight and hug my wife and now being able to have friends in the Survivor community that I can trust and my friends back home. When I came home for the first time, I played a great game in some people’s eyes, but I was a bull in a china shop, right? I had to get through and get to the end. And I won a million dollars, it was fantastic.

But people also looked at me in a different light. Some of them looked at me like, “Oh, the big, bad Marine, he got to the end,” which that was a part of my life at one point, but that’s not who I am now. If you focus on negativity and hurting people, that’s going to be your outcome in life. But I always say stay positive, stay humble. Because if you focus on the positivity in life, you look at what you have and not what you need or what you can get.

You look at what you have in your life and if you are happy with what you have in your life, then you’re in a positive spot. Nothing else can matter, no matter how much money you have, how much bank account roles or cars or whatever you have, if you have little amount like I had before, we were very, very happy. And then we got some money and it was amazing, and we’re very happy now. But the game was more about being a human this time, as opposed to being a Survivor castaway, if that makes sense.

What I found really interesting is that you said at one point that you wanted to “not go back home and not like the person I was.” And you’ve been very open on the show and in talking to me in interviews, talking about your personal demons. And when I heard that quote, I wondered, does that mean that you did not like the person that came home from season 35?

Not that I didn’t like the person, but I saw how I could treat people. And I saw that, yes, when I have a goal, no matter what, I can accomplish that goal. But what do I do getting to that goal, right? How many people am I elbowing out of the way just to get to the finish line and be like, “Yeah, I won.” But nobody cares that you won if you just elbowed everybody out of the way. And so this time was to build those relationships. And I really did build those relationships out there. And with Tony and Sarah and Denise talking about enduring and let go. Right? And so this was a scene where the fire is crackling and I’m thinking about stuff.

Because there’s things that I’ve done and experienced in the past that still weigh on me today. And it’s like, “Am I a good person?” And to answer your question as to 35, it was like, I didn’t know if I was a good person. And to be able to make solid friendships with Mama D and I got tattoos on my wrist, just like her. We really bonded out there. All four of us did. And that’s what I focused on this time. And maybe did I over-correct because I wanted to build a relationship so bad? Possibly.

But can I look in the mirror this time when I come home and be like, “You know what? You’re proud of yourself, man. You did good. You got off the couch, went and played Survivor and won it. And then when you played Survivor all-winners you went out in a way that your family can be proud of and your friends can be proud of. And I can look in a mirror at myself, more importantly, not what everyone else thinks, but I can look in the mirror and be proud of who I am and the game I play. And that’s all that matters.

I remember talking to you before the game, and you really wanted to prove that you could do well in this game without detonating Ben bombs all over the place. You used one at the very end there, but you made it all the way to finale night without playing an idol. So you must feel you were successful in that mission.

Yes. And you focus on the positive. That’s an amazing feat for me, right? For me as a player and as a castaway, for me to get to the finale without using an idol and using relationships. And there’s a reason I wasn’t voted out first. I went to plenty of Tribals. Michelle talks about going to all the Tribals. I think she went to one more Tribal than I did. And we were both never immune, right? That should be a testament to both of our social games. She’s an amazing player. And she’s very positive. And she played an amazing game as well. And neither of us were on the chopping block until the end. And so, yeah, for me, I’m happy with that.

That was my goal. And I did it. My goal was to win $2 million. But you can’t look at like you quit, and if there were seven goals on the board and if you just don’t check off one of those goals, you’re going to be down about it. Look at the other six goals you checked off. Like running through the forest after I found an idol awkwardly with Tony. And then carrying him off and he’s screaming. “No!” Right. So much good positive experiences came out of this. That it was worth it in so many ways.

We saw that you and Jeremy having this sort of mini-feud, but we never really understood what it was about or where it started or how it happened. Is there any sort of light you can shed on that?

You asked me before the game, “Who do you want to work with?” And Jeremy was one of the guys I wanted to work with. Day one, we hit the beach and I am just scared. I’ll be honest. I’m nervous like, “Holy cow, I’m out on the beach.” Jeremy is a firefighter, and I was in the military, so for me, it was comfortable to talk with him and Tony and Sarah. And so day one, I was like, “Okay, well, we can have that bond.” And so I went to him and fully just opened up, was like, “Dude, I respect your game. I respect who you are. I really want to work with you. And I think if you and I can stick together and get to the merge, we can hook up with Tony and Sarah. And we can get to the end.”

And so he’s like, “Yeah. Yeah.” He’s giving me the go ahead. And so then we start walking up these stairs and he’s behind me. And I turn around and look, and he’s giving the, “This guy’s is a clown,” look to the camera. And so I called him out at him. I was like, “Jeremy, what are you doing, dude?” And he’s like, “Oh, I’m just doing my thing. And y’all let me do my thing.” And I’m like, “Okay. So this is how Survivor works.” I got to let him do his thing. I can’t blow up. I can’t get mad.” Initially I’m like, “Oh man, this is not good.” But it is the card I was dealt at that time. I just forfeited all my information to him. He was not having it. And he got caught not having it. But I had to let that go and try to work with him and build that bond with him.

And then it got down to the end, and you look on the jury and who’s over there, and everybody’s going to vote for Jeremy because he is likable. And he is a nice guy. But in the game of Survivor, you have to have targets and you have to put targets on people’s back. And, unfortunately, Jeremy had all his friends with the poker alliance, the old schoolers, he’s a very likable man. I couldn’t be in the game with him anymore. And so that’s what it came down to targeting Jeremy. And the game makes you very stressed. The game is a $2 million game and we butted heads and there’s editing that wasn’t shown and everything like that. But what it boils down to is, it’s just a game. And I respect Jeremy as a man and as a winner and as a Survivor player and as a firefighter. So there’s no hard feelings between Jeremy and I. And I wish him and Val and the kids all the best.

Is there anything else that happened out there that we didn’t get to see that you wish had made it into an episode?

I would do stuff for the experience of fun and positivity, like that big slide. I went head-first backwards after Jeff’s like, “Okay, head off to camp.” And I just laid on my back and went down backwards. And so, for me, it was so draining out there. The game was so fast. I mean, you look at Sarah and Tony and I, we were just sunken in and Michelle, right? And then you look at Nat and she’s all peanut buttered up, ready to come back in like a spitfire. And she did, she was amazing. That was her game. And she did very good out there on the Edge, getting all the tokens and stuff. But for us in the game, betraying these people and betraying our friends, it was mentally and physically exhausting and you could see it on our faces. But being able to take that moment out on a slide and just be like, “This is going to be an adrenaline rush.”

And I remember Jeff being like, “Okay, everybody, head back to camp.” And I just kicked my legs up and went head-first backwards on my back, down a slide. And I was like, “Okay, we’re still having fun. Even though you’re drained, even though you’re tired, even though you just lost immunity to Michelle, you’re still having fun.” And so that’s what I really tried to do out there, was just stay focused, stay positive and not lose who I was as a man and as a father, as a husband.

Well, listen, I’m glad you took yourself out of the game, just so I can take a gander at that incredible horseshoe mustache you were rocking at Tribal Council!

How about that? When I got to Ponderosa, I tried to trim my beard up and it didn’t work out very well. And so I wasn’t going to go full clean shave, and then that’s what we ended up with. My wife made me shave when I got home.

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The money will support Black Lives Matter and four other organizations.

The donation was announced Wednesday via Twitter, with a statement that added, “We are committed to continued action against a system rooted in the violence against and oppression of the Black community.”

The announcement comes after two weeks of global protests against police brutality and racial injustice, sparked by the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

Peele founded Monkeypaw in 2012, and the company produced both of the writer-director’s films: 2017’s Get Out and 2019’s Us.

To help combat systemic racism, please consider donating to these organizations:

  • Campaign Zero, which is dedicated to ending police brutality in America through research-based strategies.
  • Color of Change, which works to move decision makers in corporations and government to be more responsive to racial disparities.
  • Equal Justice Initiative, which provides legal services to people who have been wrongly convicted, denied a fair trial, or abused in state jails and prisons.

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What was he thinking?!? That was undoubtedly the reaction of millions of Survivor: Winners at War viewers when Ben Driebergen — just two days away from the end of the game — gave his biggest ally permission to vote him out of the game. Why would the Heroes v. Healers v Hustlers champ throw away his chance at $2 million? Probably because he knew that chance didn’t really exist.

Ben was able to read the jury and knew he had no viable path to his second Survivor title, so fell on his sword in the hopes of helping someone else achieve the dream. It was a bold move for a guy who has openly struggled with personal demons, and a sign that he valued his own mental health over the status (and some extra money) that a few more days in the game would have provided.

We spoke with Ben just minutes after the finale finished airing to get his take on the shocking decision, some insight into his mysterious feud with Jeremy, and intel on what we didn’t see on TV. And the man sounds truly at peace with his Survivor journey.

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ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Well, we just watched it all go down. How are you doing Ben?

BEN DRIEBERGEN: Good! It’s a pleasure to be here, and an honor too. It’s awesome to be able to talk with you.

Let’s get right to it because it’s the question everyone’s asking. You’re sitting there, there are only five players left, you’re probably the best fire maker in the bunch. Nothing in this game’s ever guaranteed, but the road is wide open for you to get to the final three. It would be your second straight game of going the distance, and then you give permission to Sarah to vote you out. Now, I’m watching this to myself and I’m thinking, “No way does Ben do this if he thinks he has a chance of winning at the end.” And I saw you even joke at one point that you weren’t very popular out there after having the disadvantage played on you and not getting any advantages or Fire Tokens sent your way. So, is that what part of this decision was about, you reading the writing on the wall with the jury?

Absolutely. When Michele’s getting all these game tokens, and I’m getting disadvantaged from the Edge played on me, you can kind of gauge as how the jury — because that’s who’s over there on the Edge — is perceiving your game. And so when Natalie came back in and told us everything about what was going on, I knew I wasn’t respected on the jury. I played very hard, I built a lot of relationships, and then those relationships fell apart and ultimately ended up hurting me in the long run. And so I really didn’t want to go and get crucified. At the end of the jury, with the way I conducted my game, I just wanted to get to the end, kind of deal. And so I knew I was in for a hurting.

Survivor takes a huge mental toll on you. And coming home, wondering if you’d won a million dollars? And so knowing that Sarah, Tony, and I took it to the end and I would get scraped across the coals there, mentally coming home and trying to deal with if I had won $2 million or whatever, it just wasn’t something where I wanted to be at life. I’m happy where I’m at in life. And I want $2 million, but Tony winning the game and being perceived as the biggest target and the best one to win was factual, right? He played a heck of a game out there. And when I lost that challenge, Sarah and I had talked about possibly taking Tony out. Like, we knew Tony was a big threat, but our goal was to get to the end.

And so after Tony won his last immunity, it was like, Tony is going to win this for sure. And Sarah was my number one. Tony was my number two. I wasn’t going to write Tony’s name down to leave. And I still had my little loyalty with Sarah. And that’s what it came down to was I really wanted to help her out and I didn’t want her to feel like she was getting dragged to the end by Tony or myself. Because the three of us worked really hard from the merge on to stay together and do all this crazy stuff, even after the Sophie blindside. But I credited it to because we’re all very paranoid and high-strung people, and so we could do that with each other, we could bounce it off each other. And then that’s why I think we worked so good with each other.

Tony is who he is on TV, right? And Sarah is an amazing player and amazing person, too. And so when you build that bond of friendship and gameplay, it was easy to really work with each other and support each other. But when it came down to that moment, it was just something that that’s who I am, right? I would do anything for my friends and do anything for my family. And in that moment I saw a friend in need kind of deal, and I knew that I could help her out as opposed to being selfish, to go to the end and know that I couldn’t win kind of deal.

That’s interesting, because even if you say, “Okay, there’s no path to the $2 million,” you are still sacrificing money by doing that in the sense that you would’ve picked up a bit more green if you had gotten yourself into even the three spot, right?

Right. Right. But what I did with my million the first time was I invested it. That’s not a lot of money, and I said it on the show, and after taxes it is not a lot of money. But what I’ve done to financially set for my family with the amount I have is not a lot, but it’s enough to be like, you know what? Money’s not everything. Being able to tuck my kids in tonight and hug my wife and now being able to have friends in the Survivor community that I can trust and my friends back home. When I came home for the first time, I played a great game in some people’s eyes, but I was a bull in a china shop, right? I had to get through and get to the end. And I won a million dollars, it was fantastic.

But people also looked at me in a different light. Some of them looked at me like, “Oh, the big, bad Marine, he got to the end,” which that was a part of my life at one point, but that’s not who I am now. If you focus on negativity and hurting people, that’s going to be your outcome in life. But I always say stay positive, stay humble. Because if you focus on the positivity in life, you look at what you have and not what you need or what you can get.

You look at what you have in your life and if you are happy with what you have in your life, then you’re in a positive spot. Nothing else can matter, no matter how much money you have, how much bank account roles or cars or whatever you have, if you have little amount like I had before, we were very, very happy. And then we got some money and it was amazing, and we’re very happy now. But the game was more about being a human this time, as opposed to being a Survivor castaway, if that makes sense.

What I found really interesting is that you said at one point that you wanted to “not go back home and not like the person I was.” And you’ve been very open on the show and in talking to me in interviews, talking about your personal demons. And when I heard that quote, I wondered, does that mean that you did not like the person that came home from season 35?

Not that I didn’t like the person, but I saw how I could treat people. And I saw that, yes, when I have a goal, no matter what, I can accomplish that goal. But what do I do getting to that goal, right? How many people am I elbowing out of the way just to get to the finish line and be like, “Yeah, I won.” But nobody cares that you won if you just elbowed everybody out of the way. And so this time was to build those relationships. And I really did build those relationships out there. And with Tony and Sarah and Denise talking about enduring and let go. Right? And so this was a scene where the fire is crackling and I’m thinking about stuff.

Because there’s things that I’ve done and experienced in the past that still weigh on me today. And it’s like, “Am I a good person?” And to answer your question as to 35, it was like, I didn’t know if I was a good person. And to be able to make solid friendships with Mama D and I got tattoos on my wrist, just like her. We really bonded out there. All four of us did. And that’s what I focused on this time. And maybe did I over-correct because I wanted to build a relationship so bad? Possibly.

But can I look in the mirror this time when I come home and be like, “You know what? You’re proud of yourself, man. You did good. You got off the couch, went and played Survivor and won it. And then when you played Survivor all-winners you went out in a way that your family can be proud of and your friends can be proud of. And I can look in a mirror at myself, more importantly, not what everyone else thinks, but I can look in the mirror and be proud of who I am and the game I play. And that’s all that matters.

I remember talking to you before the game, and you really wanted to prove that you could do well in this game without detonating Ben bombs all over the place. You used one at the very end there, but you made it all the way to finale night without playing an idol. So you must feel you were successful in that mission.

Yes. And you focus on the positive. That’s an amazing feat for me, right? For me as a player and as a castaway, for me to get to the finale without using an idol and using relationships. And there’s a reason I wasn’t voted out first. I went to plenty of Tribals. Michelle talks about going to all the Tribals. I think she went to one more Tribal than I did. And we were both never immune, right? That should be a testament to both of our social games. She’s an amazing player. And she’s very positive. And she played an amazing game as well. And neither of us were on the chopping block until the end. And so, yeah, for me, I’m happy with that.

That was my goal. And I did it. My goal was to win $2 million. But you can’t look at like you quit, and if there were seven goals on the board and if you just don’t check off one of those goals, you’re going to be down about it. Look at the other six goals you checked off. Like running through the forest after I found an idol awkwardly with Tony. And then carrying him off and he’s screaming. “No!” Right. So much good positive experiences came out of this. That it was worth it in so many ways.

We saw that you and Jeremy having this sort of mini-feud, but we never really understood what it was about or where it started or how it happened. Is there any sort of light you can shed on that?

You asked me before the game, “Who do you want to work with?” And Jeremy was one of the guys I wanted to work with. Day one, we hit the beach and I am just scared. I’ll be honest. I’m nervous like, “Holy cow, I’m out on the beach.” Jeremy is a firefighter, and I was in the military, so for me, it was comfortable to talk with him and Tony and Sarah. And so day one, I was like, “Okay, well, we can have that bond.” And so I went to him and fully just opened up, was like, “Dude, I respect your game. I respect who you are. I really want to work with you. And I think if you and I can stick together and get to the merge, we can hook up with Tony and Sarah. And we can get to the end.”

And so he’s like, “Yeah. Yeah.” He’s giving me the go ahead. And so then we start walking up these stairs and he’s behind me. And I turn around and look, and he’s giving the, “This guy’s is a clown,” look to the camera. And so I called him out at him. I was like, “Jeremy, what are you doing, dude?” And he’s like, “Oh, I’m just doing my thing. And y’all let me do my thing.” And I’m like, “Okay. So this is how Survivor works.” I got to let him do his thing. I can’t blow up. I can’t get mad.” Initially I’m like, “Oh man, this is not good.” But it is the card I was dealt at that time. I just forfeited all my information to him. He was not having it. And he got caught not having it. But I had to let that go and try to work with him and build that bond with him.

And then it got down to the end, and you look on the jury and who’s over there, and everybody’s going to vote for Jeremy because he is likable. And he is a nice guy. But in the game of Survivor, you have to have targets and you have to put targets on people’s back. And, unfortunately, Jeremy had all his friends with the poker alliance, the old schoolers, he’s a very likable man. I couldn’t be in the game with him anymore. And so that’s what it came down to targeting Jeremy. And the game makes you very stressed. The game is a $2 million game and we butted heads and there’s editing that wasn’t shown and everything like that. But what it boils down to is, it’s just a game. And I respect Jeremy as a man and as a winner and as a Survivor player and as a firefighter. So there’s no hard feelings between Jeremy and I. And I wish him and Val and the kids all the best.

Is there anything else that happened out there that we didn’t get to see that you wish had made it into an episode?

I would do stuff for the experience of fun and positivity, like that big slide. I went head-first backwards after Jeff’s like, “Okay, head off to camp.” And I just laid on my back and went down backwards. And so, for me, it was so draining out there. The game was so fast. I mean, you look at Sarah and Tony and I, we were just sunken in and Michelle, right? And then you look at Nat and she’s all peanut buttered up, ready to come back in like a spitfire. And she did, she was amazing. That was her game. And she did very good out there on the Edge, getting all the tokens and stuff. But for us in the game, betraying these people and betraying our friends, it was mentally and physically exhausting and you could see it on our faces. But being able to take that moment out on a slide and just be like, “This is going to be an adrenaline rush.”

And I remember Jeff being like, “Okay, everybody, head back to camp.” And I just kicked my legs up and went head-first backwards on my back, down a slide. And I was like, “Okay, we’re still having fun. Even though you’re drained, even though you’re tired, even though you just lost immunity to Michelle, you’re still having fun.” And so that’s what I really tried to do out there, was just stay focused, stay positive and not lose who I was as a man and as a father, as a husband.

Well, listen, I’m glad you took yourself out of the game, just so I can take a gander at that incredible horseshoe mustache you were rocking at Tribal Council!

How about that? When I got to Ponderosa, I tried to trim my beard up and it didn’t work out very well. And so I wasn’t going to go full clean shave, and then that’s what we ended up with. My wife made me shave when I got home.

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The money will support Black Lives Matter and four other organizations.

The donation was announced Wednesday via Twitter, with a statement that added, “We are committed to continued action against a system rooted in the violence against and oppression of the Black community.”

The announcement comes after two weeks of global protests against police brutality and racial injustice, sparked by the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

Peele founded Monkeypaw in 2012, and the company produced both of the writer-director’s films: 2017’s Get Out and 2019’s Us.

To help combat systemic racism, please consider donating to these organizations:

  • Campaign Zero, which is dedicated to ending police brutality in America through research-based strategies.
  • Color of Change, which works to move decision makers in corporations and government to be more responsive to racial disparities.
  • Equal Justice Initiative, which provides legal services to people who have been wrongly convicted, denied a fair trial, or abused in state jails and prisons.

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How do you fill a fall TV schedule when so much of Hollywood is shut down?

Fox has revealed its pandemic-proof lineup, making the network the first broadcaster to announce a specific fall schedule since the outbreak of COVID-19.

The lineup is anchored by — appropriately enough for these times — The Masked Singer.

The schedule (posted below) is stocked with reality TV, animation, and sports, along with scripted content that was either held over from last season or acquired from other distributors.

“The effects of this global health crisis leave no business unaffected. As a media company that prides itself on an entrepreneurial spirit and the focus that comes with doing fewer things better, we mobilized, swiftly creating an entirely new, original-programming lineup for the fall to share with our partners this upfront,” said Charlie Collier, CEO, Fox Entertainment.

Programming includes Gothic family soap Filthy Rich starring Kim Cattrall and AI thriller NeXt starring John Slattery, both of which were already filmed and held over from the current season, Deadline pointed out.

There’s also Spectrum Originals’ Bad Boys universe drama L.A.’s Finest starring Gabrielle Union and Jessica Alba. L.A.’s Finest already premiered on the fledgling Spectrum Originals service, but will now have its broadcast network debut on Fox.

Another notable is the third edition of the Emmy-winning documentary Cosmos, which like L.A.’s Finest has already debuted elsewhere (on Nat Geo).

Even Fox’s schedule still has some remaining pandemic hurdles. The Masked Singer hasn’t yet been shot, but Fox is presumably working on some production workarounds to pull off filming their critical reality hit. The biggest question mark on the schedule is Thursday Night Football given the NFL season still might not happen and the event takes up the network’s entire Thursday night.

“As for the football season and what the fall is going to be: It will be entirely dependent on the effectiveness with which we as a society respond to the inevitable [second wave] outbreak that will occur,” Dr. Anthony Fauci told NBC Sports’ Peter King over the weekend. “Now, even if the virus goes down dramatically in June and July and August, as the virus starts returning in the fall, it would be in my mind, shame on us if we don’t have in place all of the mechanisms to prevent it from blowing up again. In other words, enough testing to test everybody that needs to be tested. Enough testing so that when someone gets infected, you could immediately do contact tracing and isolation to prevent the infection from going to a couple of infections to hundreds of infections. That’s how you control an outbreak. So, practically speaking, the success or failure, the ability or not, to actually have a football season is going to depend on just on what I said … but what I’m really saying is it’s unpredictable depending upon how we respond in the fall.”

Fox pointed out the network is expected to finish the season No. 1 among the adults 18-49 demographic and the only network to have year-over-year growth in the demo and total viewers.

In midseason, original programming will include the return of 9-1-1 and 9-1-1: Lone Star, along with new comedy Call Me Kat, starring Mayim Bialik and new animated comedies The Great North and Housebroken as well as new seasons of animated comedy Duncanville and reality veteran Hell’s Kitchen.

Here is Fox’s schedule:

FOX FALL 2020 SCHEDULE

(All Times ET/PT)

MONDAY

8:00-9:00 PM                          L.A.’S FINEST (network television debut)

9:00-10:00 PM                        NEXT (new series)

TUESDAY

8:00-9:00 PM                          COSMOS: POSSIBLE WORLDS (network television debut)=

9:00-10:00 PM                        FILTHY RICH (new series)

WEDNESDAY

8:00-9:00 PM                          THE MASKED SINGER (new season)

9:00-10:00 PM                        MASTERCHEF JUNIOR (new season)

THURSDAY

7:30-8:00 PM ET/                   FOX NFL THURSDAY PRESENTED BY VERIZON

4:30-5:00 PM PT

8:00-8:19 PM ET/                   GMC KICKOFF SHOW

5:00-5:19 PM PT

8:20 PM-CC ET/                      THURSDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL PRESENTED BY BUD LIGHT PLATINUM

5:20 PM-CC PT

FRIDAY

8:00-10:00 PM                        WWE’S FRIDAY NIGHT SMACKDOWN

SATURDAY

7:00-10:30 PM                        FOX SPORTS SATURDAY

SUNDAY

7:00-7:30 PM                          NFL ON FOX

7:30-8:00 PM                          THE OT / FOX ENCORES

8:00-8:30 PM                          THE SIMPSONS (new season)

8:30-9:00 PM                          BLESS THE HARTS (new season)

9:00-9:30 PM                          BOB’S BURGERS (new season)

9:30-10:00 PM                        FAMILY GUY (new season)

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What was he thinking?!? That was undoubtedly the reaction of millions of Survivor: Winners at War viewers when Ben Driebergen — just two days away from the end of the game — gave his biggest ally permission to vote him out of the game. Why would the Heroes v. Healers v Hustlers champ throw away his chance at $2 million? Probably because he knew that chance didn’t really exist.

Ben was able to read the jury and knew he had no viable path to his second Survivor title, so fell on his sword in the hopes of helping someone else achieve the dream. It was a bold move for a guy who has openly struggled with personal demons, and a sign that he valued his own mental health over the status (and some extra money) that a few more days in the game would have provided.

We spoke with Ben just minutes after the finale finished airing to get his take on the shocking decision, some insight into his mysterious feud with Jeremy, and intel on what we didn’t see on TV. And the man sounds truly at peace with his Survivor journey.

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ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Well, we just watched it all go down. How are you doing Ben?

BEN DRIEBERGEN: Good! It’s a pleasure to be here, and an honor too. It’s awesome to be able to talk with you.

Let’s get right to it because it’s the question everyone’s asking. You’re sitting there, there are only five players left, you’re probably the best fire maker in the bunch. Nothing in this game’s ever guaranteed, but the road is wide open for you to get to the final three. It would be your second straight game of going the distance, and then you give permission to Sarah to vote you out. Now, I’m watching this to myself and I’m thinking, “No way does Ben do this if he thinks he has a chance of winning at the end.” And I saw you even joke at one point that you weren’t very popular out there after having the disadvantage played on you and not getting any advantages or Fire Tokens sent your way. So, is that what part of this decision was about, you reading the writing on the wall with the jury?

Absolutely. When Michele’s getting all these game tokens, and I’m getting disadvantaged from the Edge played on me, you can kind of gauge as how the jury — because that’s who’s over there on the Edge — is perceiving your game. And so when Natalie came back in and told us everything about what was going on, I knew I wasn’t respected on the jury. I played very hard, I built a lot of relationships, and then those relationships fell apart and ultimately ended up hurting me in the long run. And so I really didn’t want to go and get crucified. At the end of the jury, with the way I conducted my game, I just wanted to get to the end, kind of deal. And so I knew I was in for a hurting.

Survivor takes a huge mental toll on you. And coming home, wondering if you’d won a million dollars? And so knowing that Sarah, Tony, and I took it to the end and I would get scraped across the coals there, mentally coming home and trying to deal with if I had won $2 million or whatever, it just wasn’t something where I wanted to be at life. I’m happy where I’m at in life. And I want $2 million, but Tony winning the game and being perceived as the biggest target and the best one to win was factual, right? He played a heck of a game out there. And when I lost that challenge, Sarah and I had talked about possibly taking Tony out. Like, we knew Tony was a big threat, but our goal was to get to the end.

And so after Tony won his last immunity, it was like, Tony is going to win this for sure. And Sarah was my number one. Tony was my number two. I wasn’t going to write Tony’s name down to leave. And I still had my little loyalty with Sarah. And that’s what it came down to was I really wanted to help her out and I didn’t want her to feel like she was getting dragged to the end by Tony or myself. Because the three of us worked really hard from the merge on to stay together and do all this crazy stuff, even after the Sophie blindside. But I credited it to because we’re all very paranoid and high-strung people, and so we could do that with each other, we could bounce it off each other. And then that’s why I think we worked so good with each other.

Tony is who he is on TV, right? And Sarah is an amazing player and amazing person, too. And so when you build that bond of friendship and gameplay, it was easy to really work with each other and support each other. But when it came down to that moment, it was just something that that’s who I am, right? I would do anything for my friends and do anything for my family. And in that moment I saw a friend in need kind of deal, and I knew that I could help her out as opposed to being selfish, to go to the end and know that I couldn’t win kind of deal.

That’s interesting, because even if you say, “Okay, there’s no path to the $2 million,” you are still sacrificing money by doing that in the sense that you would’ve picked up a bit more green if you had gotten yourself into even the three spot, right?

Right. Right. But what I did with my million the first time was I invested it. That’s not a lot of money, and I said it on the show, and after taxes it is not a lot of money. But what I’ve done to financially set for my family with the amount I have is not a lot, but it’s enough to be like, you know what? Money’s not everything. Being able to tuck my kids in tonight and hug my wife and now being able to have friends in the Survivor community that I can trust and my friends back home. When I came home for the first time, I played a great game in some people’s eyes, but I was a bull in a china shop, right? I had to get through and get to the end. And I won a million dollars, it was fantastic.

But people also looked at me in a different light. Some of them looked at me like, “Oh, the big, bad Marine, he got to the end,” which that was a part of my life at one point, but that’s not who I am now. If you focus on negativity and hurting people, that’s going to be your outcome in life. But I always say stay positive, stay humble. Because if you focus on the positivity in life, you look at what you have and not what you need or what you can get.

You look at what you have in your life and if you are happy with what you have in your life, then you’re in a positive spot. Nothing else can matter, no matter how much money you have, how much bank account roles or cars or whatever you have, if you have little amount like I had before, we were very, very happy. And then we got some money and it was amazing, and we’re very happy now. But the game was more about being a human this time, as opposed to being a Survivor castaway, if that makes sense.

What I found really interesting is that you said at one point that you wanted to “not go back home and not like the person I was.” And you’ve been very open on the show and in talking to me in interviews, talking about your personal demons. And when I heard that quote, I wondered, does that mean that you did not like the person that came home from season 35?

Not that I didn’t like the person, but I saw how I could treat people. And I saw that, yes, when I have a goal, no matter what, I can accomplish that goal. But what do I do getting to that goal, right? How many people am I elbowing out of the way just to get to the finish line and be like, “Yeah, I won.” But nobody cares that you won if you just elbowed everybody out of the way. And so this time was to build those relationships. And I really did build those relationships out there. And with Tony and Sarah and Denise talking about enduring and let go. Right? And so this was a scene where the fire is crackling and I’m thinking about stuff.

Because there’s things that I’ve done and experienced in the past that still weigh on me today. And it’s like, “Am I a good person?” And to answer your question as to 35, it was like, I didn’t know if I was a good person. And to be able to make solid friendships with Mama D and I got tattoos on my wrist, just like her. We really bonded out there. All four of us did. And that’s what I focused on this time. And maybe did I over-correct because I wanted to build a relationship so bad? Possibly.

But can I look in the mirror this time when I come home and be like, “You know what? You’re proud of yourself, man. You did good. You got off the couch, went and played Survivor and won it. And then when you played Survivor all-winners you went out in a way that your family can be proud of and your friends can be proud of. And I can look in a mirror at myself, more importantly, not what everyone else thinks, but I can look in the mirror and be proud of who I am and the game I play. And that’s all that matters.

I remember talking to you before the game, and you really wanted to prove that you could do well in this game without detonating Ben bombs all over the place. You used one at the very end there, but you made it all the way to finale night without playing an idol. So you must feel you were successful in that mission.

Yes. And you focus on the positive. That’s an amazing feat for me, right? For me as a player and as a castaway, for me to get to the finale without using an idol and using relationships. And there’s a reason I wasn’t voted out first. I went to plenty of Tribals. Michelle talks about going to all the Tribals. I think she went to one more Tribal than I did. And we were both never immune, right? That should be a testament to both of our social games. She’s an amazing player. And she’s very positive. And she played an amazing game as well. And neither of us were on the chopping block until the end. And so, yeah, for me, I’m happy with that.

That was my goal. And I did it. My goal was to win $2 million. But you can’t look at like you quit, and if there were seven goals on the board and if you just don’t check off one of those goals, you’re going to be down about it. Look at the other six goals you checked off. Like running through the forest after I found an idol awkwardly with Tony. And then carrying him off and he’s screaming. “No!” Right. So much good positive experiences came out of this. That it was worth it in so many ways.

We saw that you and Jeremy having this sort of mini-feud, but we never really understood what it was about or where it started or how it happened. Is there any sort of light you can shed on that?

You asked me before the game, “Who do you want to work with?” And Jeremy was one of the guys I wanted to work with. Day one, we hit the beach and I am just scared. I’ll be honest. I’m nervous like, “Holy cow, I’m out on the beach.” Jeremy is a firefighter, and I was in the military, so for me, it was comfortable to talk with him and Tony and Sarah. And so day one, I was like, “Okay, well, we can have that bond.” And so I went to him and fully just opened up, was like, “Dude, I respect your game. I respect who you are. I really want to work with you. And I think if you and I can stick together and get to the merge, we can hook up with Tony and Sarah. And we can get to the end.”

And so he’s like, “Yeah. Yeah.” He’s giving me the go ahead. And so then we start walking up these stairs and he’s behind me. And I turn around and look, and he’s giving the, “This guy’s is a clown,” look to the camera. And so I called him out at him. I was like, “Jeremy, what are you doing, dude?” And he’s like, “Oh, I’m just doing my thing. And y’all let me do my thing.” And I’m like, “Okay. So this is how Survivor works.” I got to let him do his thing. I can’t blow up. I can’t get mad.” Initially I’m like, “Oh man, this is not good.” But it is the card I was dealt at that time. I just forfeited all my information to him. He was not having it. And he got caught not having it. But I had to let that go and try to work with him and build that bond with him.

And then it got down to the end, and you look on the jury and who’s over there, and everybody’s going to vote for Jeremy because he is likable. And he is a nice guy. But in the game of Survivor, you have to have targets and you have to put targets on people’s back. And, unfortunately, Jeremy had all his friends with the poker alliance, the old schoolers, he’s a very likable man. I couldn’t be in the game with him anymore. And so that’s what it came down to targeting Jeremy. And the game makes you very stressed. The game is a $2 million game and we butted heads and there’s editing that wasn’t shown and everything like that. But what it boils down to is, it’s just a game. And I respect Jeremy as a man and as a winner and as a Survivor player and as a firefighter. So there’s no hard feelings between Jeremy and I. And I wish him and Val and the kids all the best.

Is there anything else that happened out there that we didn’t get to see that you wish had made it into an episode?

I would do stuff for the experience of fun and positivity, like that big slide. I went head-first backwards after Jeff’s like, “Okay, head off to camp.” And I just laid on my back and went down backwards. And so, for me, it was so draining out there. The game was so fast. I mean, you look at Sarah and Tony and I, we were just sunken in and Michelle, right? And then you look at Nat and she’s all peanut buttered up, ready to come back in like a spitfire. And she did, she was amazing. That was her game. And she did very good out there on the Edge, getting all the tokens and stuff. But for us in the game, betraying these people and betraying our friends, it was mentally and physically exhausting and you could see it on our faces. But being able to take that moment out on a slide and just be like, “This is going to be an adrenaline rush.”

And I remember Jeff being like, “Okay, everybody, head back to camp.” And I just kicked my legs up and went head-first backwards on my back, down a slide. And I was like, “Okay, we’re still having fun. Even though you’re drained, even though you’re tired, even though you just lost immunity to Michelle, you’re still having fun.” And so that’s what I really tried to do out there, was just stay focused, stay positive and not lose who I was as a man and as a father, as a husband.

Well, listen, I’m glad you took yourself out of the game, just so I can take a gander at that incredible horseshoe mustache you were rocking at Tribal Council!

How about that? When I got to Ponderosa, I tried to trim my beard up and it didn’t work out very well. And so I wasn’t going to go full clean shave, and then that’s what we ended up with. My wife made me shave when I got home.

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How do you fill a fall TV schedule when so much of Hollywood is shut down?

Fox has revealed its pandemic-proof lineup, making the network the first broadcaster to announce a specific fall schedule since the outbreak of COVID-19.

The lineup is anchored by — appropriately enough for these times — The Masked Singer.

The schedule (posted below) is stocked with reality TV, animation, and sports, along with scripted content that was either held over from last season or acquired from other distributors.

“The effects of this global health crisis leave no business unaffected. As a media company that prides itself on an entrepreneurial spirit and the focus that comes with doing fewer things better, we mobilized, swiftly creating an entirely new, original-programming lineup for the fall to share with our partners this upfront,” said Charlie Collier, CEO, Fox Entertainment.

Programming includes Gothic family soap Filthy Rich starring Kim Cattrall and AI thriller NeXt starring John Slattery, both of which were already filmed and held over from the current season, Deadline pointed out.

There’s also Spectrum Originals’ Bad Boys universe drama L.A.’s Finest starring Gabrielle Union and Jessica Alba. L.A.’s Finest already premiered on the fledgling Spectrum Originals service, but will now have its broadcast network debut on Fox.

Another notable is the third edition of the Emmy-winning documentary Cosmos, which like L.A.’s Finest has already debuted elsewhere (on Nat Geo).

Even Fox’s schedule still has some remaining pandemic hurdles. The Masked Singer hasn’t yet been shot, but Fox is presumably working on some production workarounds to pull off filming their critical reality hit. The biggest question mark on the schedule is Thursday Night Football given the NFL season still might not happen and the event takes up the network’s entire Thursday night.

“As for the football season and what the fall is going to be: It will be entirely dependent on the effectiveness with which we as a society respond to the inevitable [second wave] outbreak that will occur,” Dr. Anthony Fauci told NBC Sports’ Peter King over the weekend. “Now, even if the virus goes down dramatically in June and July and August, as the virus starts returning in the fall, it would be in my mind, shame on us if we don’t have in place all of the mechanisms to prevent it from blowing up again. In other words, enough testing to test everybody that needs to be tested. Enough testing so that when someone gets infected, you could immediately do contact tracing and isolation to prevent the infection from going to a couple of infections to hundreds of infections. That’s how you control an outbreak. So, practically speaking, the success or failure, the ability or not, to actually have a football season is going to depend on just on what I said … but what I’m really saying is it’s unpredictable depending upon how we respond in the fall.”

Fox pointed out the network is expected to finish the season No. 1 among the adults 18-49 demographic and the only network to have year-over-year growth in the demo and total viewers.

In midseason, original programming will include the return of 9-1-1 and 9-1-1: Lone Star, along with new comedy Call Me Kat, starring Mayim Bialik and new animated comedies The Great North and Housebroken as well as new seasons of animated comedy Duncanville and reality veteran Hell’s Kitchen.

Here is Fox’s schedule:

FOX FALL 2020 SCHEDULE

(All Times ET/PT)

MONDAY

8:00-9:00 PM                          L.A.’S FINEST (network television debut)

9:00-10:00 PM                        NEXT (new series)

TUESDAY

8:00-9:00 PM                          COSMOS: POSSIBLE WORLDS (network television debut)=

9:00-10:00 PM                        FILTHY RICH (new series)

WEDNESDAY

8:00-9:00 PM                          THE MASKED SINGER (new season)

9:00-10:00 PM                        MASTERCHEF JUNIOR (new season)

THURSDAY

7:30-8:00 PM ET/                   FOX NFL THURSDAY PRESENTED BY VERIZON

4:30-5:00 PM PT

8:00-8:19 PM ET/                   GMC KICKOFF SHOW

5:00-5:19 PM PT

8:20 PM-CC ET/                      THURSDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL PRESENTED BY BUD LIGHT PLATINUM

5:20 PM-CC PT

FRIDAY

8:00-10:00 PM                        WWE’S FRIDAY NIGHT SMACKDOWN

SATURDAY

7:00-10:30 PM                        FOX SPORTS SATURDAY

SUNDAY

7:00-7:30 PM                          NFL ON FOX

7:30-8:00 PM                          THE OT / FOX ENCORES

8:00-8:30 PM                          THE SIMPSONS (new season)

8:30-9:00 PM                          BLESS THE HARTS (new season)

9:00-9:30 PM                          BOB’S BURGERS (new season)

9:30-10:00 PM                        FAMILY GUY (new season)

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What was he thinking?!? That was undoubtedly the reaction of millions of Survivor: Winners at War viewers when Ben Driebergen — just two days away from the end of the game — gave his biggest ally permission to vote him out of the game. Why would the Heroes v. Healers v Hustlers champ throw away his chance at $2 million? Probably because he knew that chance didn’t really exist.

Ben was able to read the jury and knew he had no viable path to his second Survivor title, so fell on his sword in the hopes of helping someone else achieve the dream. It was a bold move for a guy who has openly struggled with personal demons, and a sign that he valued his own mental health over the status (and some extra money) that a few more days in the game would have provided.

We spoke with Ben just minutes after the finale finished airing to get his take on the shocking decision, some insight into his mysterious feud with Jeremy, and intel on what we didn’t see on TV. And the man sounds truly at peace with his Survivor journey.

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ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Well, we just watched it all go down. How are you doing Ben?

BEN DRIEBERGEN: Good! It’s a pleasure to be here, and an honor too. It’s awesome to be able to talk with you.

Let’s get right to it because it’s the question everyone’s asking. You’re sitting there, there are only five players left, you’re probably the best fire maker in the bunch. Nothing in this game’s ever guaranteed, but the road is wide open for you to get to the final three. It would be your second straight game of going the distance, and then you give permission to Sarah to vote you out. Now, I’m watching this to myself and I’m thinking, “No way does Ben do this if he thinks he has a chance of winning at the end.” And I saw you even joke at one point that you weren’t very popular out there after having the disadvantage played on you and not getting any advantages or Fire Tokens sent your way. So, is that what part of this decision was about, you reading the writing on the wall with the jury?

Absolutely. When Michele’s getting all these game tokens, and I’m getting disadvantaged from the Edge played on me, you can kind of gauge as how the jury — because that’s who’s over there on the Edge — is perceiving your game. And so when Natalie came back in and told us everything about what was going on, I knew I wasn’t respected on the jury. I played very hard, I built a lot of relationships, and then those relationships fell apart and ultimately ended up hurting me in the long run. And so I really didn’t want to go and get crucified. At the end of the jury, with the way I conducted my game, I just wanted to get to the end, kind of deal. And so I knew I was in for a hurting.

Survivor takes a huge mental toll on you. And coming home, wondering if you’d won a million dollars? And so knowing that Sarah, Tony, and I took it to the end and I would get scraped across the coals there, mentally coming home and trying to deal with if I had won $2 million or whatever, it just wasn’t something where I wanted to be at life. I’m happy where I’m at in life. And I want $2 million, but Tony winning the game and being perceived as the biggest target and the best one to win was factual, right? He played a heck of a game out there. And when I lost that challenge, Sarah and I had talked about possibly taking Tony out. Like, we knew Tony was a big threat, but our goal was to get to the end.

And so after Tony won his last immunity, it was like, Tony is going to win this for sure. And Sarah was my number one. Tony was my number two. I wasn’t going to write Tony’s name down to leave. And I still had my little loyalty with Sarah. And that’s what it came down to was I really wanted to help her out and I didn’t want her to feel like she was getting dragged to the end by Tony or myself. Because the three of us worked really hard from the merge on to stay together and do all this crazy stuff, even after the Sophie blindside. But I credited it to because we’re all very paranoid and high-strung people, and so we could do that with each other, we could bounce it off each other. And then that’s why I think we worked so good with each other.

Tony is who he is on TV, right? And Sarah is an amazing player and amazing person, too. And so when you build that bond of friendship and gameplay, it was easy to really work with each other and support each other. But when it came down to that moment, it was just something that that’s who I am, right? I would do anything for my friends and do anything for my family. And in that moment I saw a friend in need kind of deal, and I knew that I could help her out as opposed to being selfish, to go to the end and know that I couldn’t win kind of deal.

That’s interesting, because even if you say, “Okay, there’s no path to the $2 million,” you are still sacrificing money by doing that in the sense that you would’ve picked up a bit more green if you had gotten yourself into even the three spot, right?

Right. Right. But what I did with my million the first time was I invested it. That’s not a lot of money, and I said it on the show, and after taxes it is not a lot of money. But what I’ve done to financially set for my family with the amount I have is not a lot, but it’s enough to be like, you know what? Money’s not everything. Being able to tuck my kids in tonight and hug my wife and now being able to have friends in the Survivor community that I can trust and my friends back home. When I came home for the first time, I played a great game in some people’s eyes, but I was a bull in a china shop, right? I had to get through and get to the end. And I won a million dollars, it was fantastic.

But people also looked at me in a different light. Some of them looked at me like, “Oh, the big, bad Marine, he got to the end,” which that was a part of my life at one point, but that’s not who I am now. If you focus on negativity and hurting people, that’s going to be your outcome in life. But I always say stay positive, stay humble. Because if you focus on the positivity in life, you look at what you have and not what you need or what you can get.

You look at what you have in your life and if you are happy with what you have in your life, then you’re in a positive spot. Nothing else can matter, no matter how much money you have, how much bank account roles or cars or whatever you have, if you have little amount like I had before, we were very, very happy. And then we got some money and it was amazing, and we’re very happy now. But the game was more about being a human this time, as opposed to being a Survivor castaway, if that makes sense.

What I found really interesting is that you said at one point that you wanted to “not go back home and not like the person I was.” And you’ve been very open on the show and in talking to me in interviews, talking about your personal demons. And when I heard that quote, I wondered, does that mean that you did not like the person that came home from season 35?

Not that I didn’t like the person, but I saw how I could treat people. And I saw that, yes, when I have a goal, no matter what, I can accomplish that goal. But what do I do getting to that goal, right? How many people am I elbowing out of the way just to get to the finish line and be like, “Yeah, I won.” But nobody cares that you won if you just elbowed everybody out of the way. And so this time was to build those relationships. And I really did build those relationships out there. And with Tony and Sarah and Denise talking about enduring and let go. Right? And so this was a scene where the fire is crackling and I’m thinking about stuff.

Because there’s things that I’ve done and experienced in the past that still weigh on me today. And it’s like, “Am I a good person?” And to answer your question as to 35, it was like, I didn’t know if I was a good person. And to be able to make solid friendships with Mama D and I got tattoos on my wrist, just like her. We really bonded out there. All four of us did. And that’s what I focused on this time. And maybe did I over-correct because I wanted to build a relationship so bad? Possibly.

But can I look in the mirror this time when I come home and be like, “You know what? You’re proud of yourself, man. You did good. You got off the couch, went and played Survivor and won it. And then when you played Survivor all-winners you went out in a way that your family can be proud of and your friends can be proud of. And I can look in a mirror at myself, more importantly, not what everyone else thinks, but I can look in the mirror and be proud of who I am and the game I play. And that’s all that matters.

I remember talking to you before the game, and you really wanted to prove that you could do well in this game without detonating Ben bombs all over the place. You used one at the very end there, but you made it all the way to finale night without playing an idol. So you must feel you were successful in that mission.

Yes. And you focus on the positive. That’s an amazing feat for me, right? For me as a player and as a castaway, for me to get to the finale without using an idol and using relationships. And there’s a reason I wasn’t voted out first. I went to plenty of Tribals. Michelle talks about going to all the Tribals. I think she went to one more Tribal than I did. And we were both never immune, right? That should be a testament to both of our social games. She’s an amazing player. And she’s very positive. And she played an amazing game as well. And neither of us were on the chopping block until the end. And so, yeah, for me, I’m happy with that.

That was my goal. And I did it. My goal was to win $2 million. But you can’t look at like you quit, and if there were seven goals on the board and if you just don’t check off one of those goals, you’re going to be down about it. Look at the other six goals you checked off. Like running through the forest after I found an idol awkwardly with Tony. And then carrying him off and he’s screaming. “No!” Right. So much good positive experiences came out of this. That it was worth it in so many ways.

We saw that you and Jeremy having this sort of mini-feud, but we never really understood what it was about or where it started or how it happened. Is there any sort of light you can shed on that?

You asked me before the game, “Who do you want to work with?” And Jeremy was one of the guys I wanted to work with. Day one, we hit the beach and I am just scared. I’ll be honest. I’m nervous like, “Holy cow, I’m out on the beach.” Jeremy is a firefighter, and I was in the military, so for me, it was comfortable to talk with him and Tony and Sarah. And so day one, I was like, “Okay, well, we can have that bond.” And so I went to him and fully just opened up, was like, “Dude, I respect your game. I respect who you are. I really want to work with you. And I think if you and I can stick together and get to the merge, we can hook up with Tony and Sarah. And we can get to the end.”

And so he’s like, “Yeah. Yeah.” He’s giving me the go ahead. And so then we start walking up these stairs and he’s behind me. And I turn around and look, and he’s giving the, “This guy’s is a clown,” look to the camera. And so I called him out at him. I was like, “Jeremy, what are you doing, dude?” And he’s like, “Oh, I’m just doing my thing. And y’all let me do my thing.” And I’m like, “Okay. So this is how Survivor works.” I got to let him do his thing. I can’t blow up. I can’t get mad.” Initially I’m like, “Oh man, this is not good.” But it is the card I was dealt at that time. I just forfeited all my information to him. He was not having it. And he got caught not having it. But I had to let that go and try to work with him and build that bond with him.

And then it got down to the end, and you look on the jury and who’s over there, and everybody’s going to vote for Jeremy because he is likable. And he is a nice guy. But in the game of Survivor, you have to have targets and you have to put targets on people’s back. And, unfortunately, Jeremy had all his friends with the poker alliance, the old schoolers, he’s a very likable man. I couldn’t be in the game with him anymore. And so that’s what it came down to targeting Jeremy. And the game makes you very stressed. The game is a $2 million game and we butted heads and there’s editing that wasn’t shown and everything like that. But what it boils down to is, it’s just a game. And I respect Jeremy as a man and as a winner and as a Survivor player and as a firefighter. So there’s no hard feelings between Jeremy and I. And I wish him and Val and the kids all the best.

Is there anything else that happened out there that we didn’t get to see that you wish had made it into an episode?

I would do stuff for the experience of fun and positivity, like that big slide. I went head-first backwards after Jeff’s like, “Okay, head off to camp.” And I just laid on my back and went down backwards. And so, for me, it was so draining out there. The game was so fast. I mean, you look at Sarah and Tony and I, we were just sunken in and Michelle, right? And then you look at Nat and she’s all peanut buttered up, ready to come back in like a spitfire. And she did, she was amazing. That was her game. And she did very good out there on the Edge, getting all the tokens and stuff. But for us in the game, betraying these people and betraying our friends, it was mentally and physically exhausting and you could see it on our faces. But being able to take that moment out on a slide and just be like, “This is going to be an adrenaline rush.”

And I remember Jeff being like, “Okay, everybody, head back to camp.” And I just kicked my legs up and went head-first backwards on my back, down a slide. And I was like, “Okay, we’re still having fun. Even though you’re drained, even though you’re tired, even though you just lost immunity to Michelle, you’re still having fun.” And so that’s what I really tried to do out there, was just stay focused, stay positive and not lose who I was as a man and as a father, as a husband.

Well, listen, I’m glad you took yourself out of the game, just so I can take a gander at that incredible horseshoe mustache you were rocking at Tribal Council!

How about that? When I got to Ponderosa, I tried to trim my beard up and it didn’t work out very well. And so I wasn’t going to go full clean shave, and then that’s what we ended up with. My wife made me shave when I got home.

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How do you fill a fall TV schedule when so much of Hollywood is shut down?

Fox has revealed its pandemic-proof lineup, making the network the first broadcaster to announce a specific fall schedule since the outbreak of COVID-19.

The lineup is anchored by — appropriately enough for these times — The Masked Singer.

The schedule (posted below) is stocked with reality TV, animation, and sports, along with scripted content that was either held over from last season or acquired from other distributors.

“The effects of this global health crisis leave no business unaffected. As a media company that prides itself on an entrepreneurial spirit and the focus that comes with doing fewer things better, we mobilized, swiftly creating an entirely new, original-programming lineup for the fall to share with our partners this upfront,” said Charlie Collier, CEO, Fox Entertainment.

Programming includes Gothic family soap Filthy Rich starring Kim Cattrall and AI thriller NeXt starring John Slattery, both of which were already filmed and held over from the current season, Deadline pointed out.

There’s also Spectrum Originals’ Bad Boys universe drama L.A.’s Finest starring Gabrielle Union and Jessica Alba. L.A.’s Finest already premiered on the fledgling Spectrum Originals service, but will now have its broadcast network debut on Fox.

Another notable is the third edition of the Emmy-winning documentary Cosmos, which like L.A.’s Finest has already debuted elsewhere (on Nat Geo).

Even Fox’s schedule still has some remaining pandemic hurdles. The Masked Singer hasn’t yet been shot, but Fox is presumably working on some production workarounds to pull off filming their critical reality hit. The biggest question mark on the schedule is Thursday Night Football given the NFL season still might not happen and the event takes up the network’s entire Thursday night.

“As for the football season and what the fall is going to be: It will be entirely dependent on the effectiveness with which we as a society respond to the inevitable [second wave] outbreak that will occur,” Dr. Anthony Fauci told NBC Sports’ Peter King over the weekend. “Now, even if the virus goes down dramatically in June and July and August, as the virus starts returning in the fall, it would be in my mind, shame on us if we don’t have in place all of the mechanisms to prevent it from blowing up again. In other words, enough testing to test everybody that needs to be tested. Enough testing so that when someone gets infected, you could immediately do contact tracing and isolation to prevent the infection from going to a couple of infections to hundreds of infections. That’s how you control an outbreak. So, practically speaking, the success or failure, the ability or not, to actually have a football season is going to depend on just on what I said … but what I’m really saying is it’s unpredictable depending upon how we respond in the fall.”

Fox pointed out the network is expected to finish the season No. 1 among the adults 18-49 demographic and the only network to have year-over-year growth in the demo and total viewers.

In midseason, original programming will include the return of 9-1-1 and 9-1-1: Lone Star, along with new comedy Call Me Kat, starring Mayim Bialik and new animated comedies The Great North and Housebroken as well as new seasons of animated comedy Duncanville and reality veteran Hell’s Kitchen.

Here is Fox’s schedule:

FOX FALL 2020 SCHEDULE

(All Times ET/PT)

MONDAY

8:00-9:00 PM                          L.A.’S FINEST (network television debut)

9:00-10:00 PM                        NEXT (new series)

TUESDAY

8:00-9:00 PM                          COSMOS: POSSIBLE WORLDS (network television debut)=

9:00-10:00 PM                        FILTHY RICH (new series)

WEDNESDAY

8:00-9:00 PM                          THE MASKED SINGER (new season)

9:00-10:00 PM                        MASTERCHEF JUNIOR (new season)

THURSDAY

7:30-8:00 PM ET/                   FOX NFL THURSDAY PRESENTED BY VERIZON

4:30-5:00 PM PT

8:00-8:19 PM ET/                   GMC KICKOFF SHOW

5:00-5:19 PM PT

8:20 PM-CC ET/                      THURSDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL PRESENTED BY BUD LIGHT PLATINUM

5:20 PM-CC PT

FRIDAY

8:00-10:00 PM                        WWE’S FRIDAY NIGHT SMACKDOWN

SATURDAY

7:00-10:30 PM                        FOX SPORTS SATURDAY

SUNDAY

7:00-7:30 PM                          NFL ON FOX

7:30-8:00 PM                          THE OT / FOX ENCORES

8:00-8:30 PM                          THE SIMPSONS (new season)

8:30-9:00 PM                          BLESS THE HARTS (new season)

9:00-9:30 PM                          BOB’S BURGERS (new season)

9:30-10:00 PM                        FAMILY GUY (new season)

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What was he thinking?!? That was undoubtedly the reaction of millions of Survivor: Winners at War viewers when Ben Driebergen — just two days away from the end of the game — gave his biggest ally permission to vote him out of the game. Why would the Heroes v. Healers v Hustlers champ throw away his chance at $2 million? Probably because he knew that chance didn’t really exist.

Ben was able to read the jury and knew he had no viable path to his second Survivor title, so fell on his sword in the hopes of helping someone else achieve the dream. It was a bold move for a guy who has openly struggled with personal demons, and a sign that he valued his own mental health over the status (and some extra money) that a few more days in the game would have provided.

We spoke with Ben just minutes after the finale finished airing to get his take on the shocking decision, some insight into his mysterious feud with Jeremy, and intel on what we didn’t see on TV. And the man sounds truly at peace with his Survivor journey.

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ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Well, we just watched it all go down. How are you doing Ben?

BEN DRIEBERGEN: Good! It’s a pleasure to be here, and an honor too. It’s awesome to be able to talk with you.

Let’s get right to it because it’s the question everyone’s asking. You’re sitting there, there are only five players left, you’re probably the best fire maker in the bunch. Nothing in this game’s ever guaranteed, but the road is wide open for you to get to the final three. It would be your second straight game of going the distance, and then you give permission to Sarah to vote you out. Now, I’m watching this to myself and I’m thinking, “No way does Ben do this if he thinks he has a chance of winning at the end.” And I saw you even joke at one point that you weren’t very popular out there after having the disadvantage played on you and not getting any advantages or Fire Tokens sent your way. So, is that what part of this decision was about, you reading the writing on the wall with the jury?

Absolutely. When Michele’s getting all these game tokens, and I’m getting disadvantaged from the Edge played on me, you can kind of gauge as how the jury — because that’s who’s over there on the Edge — is perceiving your game. And so when Natalie came back in and told us everything about what was going on, I knew I wasn’t respected on the jury. I played very hard, I built a lot of relationships, and then those relationships fell apart and ultimately ended up hurting me in the long run. And so I really didn’t want to go and get crucified. At the end of the jury, with the way I conducted my game, I just wanted to get to the end, kind of deal. And so I knew I was in for a hurting.

Survivor takes a huge mental toll on you. And coming home, wondering if you’d won a million dollars? And so knowing that Sarah, Tony, and I took it to the end and I would get scraped across the coals there, mentally coming home and trying to deal with if I had won $2 million or whatever, it just wasn’t something where I wanted to be at life. I’m happy where I’m at in life. And I want $2 million, but Tony winning the game and being perceived as the biggest target and the best one to win was factual, right? He played a heck of a game out there. And when I lost that challenge, Sarah and I had talked about possibly taking Tony out. Like, we knew Tony was a big threat, but our goal was to get to the end.

And so after Tony won his last immunity, it was like, Tony is going to win this for sure. And Sarah was my number one. Tony was my number two. I wasn’t going to write Tony’s name down to leave. And I still had my little loyalty with Sarah. And that’s what it came down to was I really wanted to help her out and I didn’t want her to feel like she was getting dragged to the end by Tony or myself. Because the three of us worked really hard from the merge on to stay together and do all this crazy stuff, even after the Sophie blindside. But I credited it to because we’re all very paranoid and high-strung people, and so we could do that with each other, we could bounce it off each other. And then that’s why I think we worked so good with each other.

Tony is who he is on TV, right? And Sarah is an amazing player and amazing person, too. And so when you build that bond of friendship and gameplay, it was easy to really work with each other and support each other. But when it came down to that moment, it was just something that that’s who I am, right? I would do anything for my friends and do anything for my family. And in that moment I saw a friend in need kind of deal, and I knew that I could help her out as opposed to being selfish, to go to the end and know that I couldn’t win kind of deal.

That’s interesting, because even if you say, “Okay, there’s no path to the $2 million,” you are still sacrificing money by doing that in the sense that you would’ve picked up a bit more green if you had gotten yourself into even the three spot, right?

Right. Right. But what I did with my million the first time was I invested it. That’s not a lot of money, and I said it on the show, and after taxes it is not a lot of money. But what I’ve done to financially set for my family with the amount I have is not a lot, but it’s enough to be like, you know what? Money’s not everything. Being able to tuck my kids in tonight and hug my wife and now being able to have friends in the Survivor community that I can trust and my friends back home. When I came home for the first time, I played a great game in some people’s eyes, but I was a bull in a china shop, right? I had to get through and get to the end. And I won a million dollars, it was fantastic.

But people also looked at me in a different light. Some of them looked at me like, “Oh, the big, bad Marine, he got to the end,” which that was a part of my life at one point, but that’s not who I am now. If you focus on negativity and hurting people, that’s going to be your outcome in life. But I always say stay positive, stay humble. Because if you focus on the positivity in life, you look at what you have and not what you need or what you can get.

You look at what you have in your life and if you are happy with what you have in your life, then you’re in a positive spot. Nothing else can matter, no matter how much money you have, how much bank account roles or cars or whatever you have, if you have little amount like I had before, we were very, very happy. And then we got some money and it was amazing, and we’re very happy now. But the game was more about being a human this time, as opposed to being a Survivor castaway, if that makes sense.

What I found really interesting is that you said at one point that you wanted to “not go back home and not like the person I was.” And you’ve been very open on the show and in talking to me in interviews, talking about your personal demons. And when I heard that quote, I wondered, does that mean that you did not like the person that came home from season 35?

Not that I didn’t like the person, but I saw how I could treat people. And I saw that, yes, when I have a goal, no matter what, I can accomplish that goal. But what do I do getting to that goal, right? How many people am I elbowing out of the way just to get to the finish line and be like, “Yeah, I won.” But nobody cares that you won if you just elbowed everybody out of the way. And so this time was to build those relationships. And I really did build those relationships out there. And with Tony and Sarah and Denise talking about enduring and let go. Right? And so this was a scene where the fire is crackling and I’m thinking about stuff.

Because there’s things that I’ve done and experienced in the past that still weigh on me today. And it’s like, “Am I a good person?” And to answer your question as to 35, it was like, I didn’t know if I was a good person. And to be able to make solid friendships with Mama D and I got tattoos on my wrist, just like her. We really bonded out there. All four of us did. And that’s what I focused on this time. And maybe did I over-correct because I wanted to build a relationship so bad? Possibly.

But can I look in the mirror this time when I come home and be like, “You know what? You’re proud of yourself, man. You did good. You got off the couch, went and played Survivor and won it. And then when you played Survivor all-winners you went out in a way that your family can be proud of and your friends can be proud of. And I can look in a mirror at myself, more importantly, not what everyone else thinks, but I can look in the mirror and be proud of who I am and the game I play. And that’s all that matters.

I remember talking to you before the game, and you really wanted to prove that you could do well in this game without detonating Ben bombs all over the place. You used one at the very end there, but you made it all the way to finale night without playing an idol. So you must feel you were successful in that mission.

Yes. And you focus on the positive. That’s an amazing feat for me, right? For me as a player and as a castaway, for me to get to the finale without using an idol and using relationships. And there’s a reason I wasn’t voted out first. I went to plenty of Tribals. Michelle talks about going to all the Tribals. I think she went to one more Tribal than I did. And we were both never immune, right? That should be a testament to both of our social games. She’s an amazing player. And she’s very positive. And she played an amazing game as well. And neither of us were on the chopping block until the end. And so, yeah, for me, I’m happy with that.

That was my goal. And I did it. My goal was to win $2 million. But you can’t look at like you quit, and if there were seven goals on the board and if you just don’t check off one of those goals, you’re going to be down about it. Look at the other six goals you checked off. Like running through the forest after I found an idol awkwardly with Tony. And then carrying him off and he’s screaming. “No!” Right. So much good positive experiences came out of this. That it was worth it in so many ways.

We saw that you and Jeremy having this sort of mini-feud, but we never really understood what it was about or where it started or how it happened. Is there any sort of light you can shed on that?

You asked me before the game, “Who do you want to work with?” And Jeremy was one of the guys I wanted to work with. Day one, we hit the beach and I am just scared. I’ll be honest. I’m nervous like, “Holy cow, I’m out on the beach.” Jeremy is a firefighter, and I was in the military, so for me, it was comfortable to talk with him and Tony and Sarah. And so day one, I was like, “Okay, well, we can have that bond.” And so I went to him and fully just opened up, was like, “Dude, I respect your game. I respect who you are. I really want to work with you. And I think if you and I can stick together and get to the merge, we can hook up with Tony and Sarah. And we can get to the end.”

And so he’s like, “Yeah. Yeah.” He’s giving me the go ahead. And so then we start walking up these stairs and he’s behind me. And I turn around and look, and he’s giving the, “This guy’s is a clown,” look to the camera. And so I called him out at him. I was like, “Jeremy, what are you doing, dude?” And he’s like, “Oh, I’m just doing my thing. And y’all let me do my thing.” And I’m like, “Okay. So this is how Survivor works.” I got to let him do his thing. I can’t blow up. I can’t get mad.” Initially I’m like, “Oh man, this is not good.” But it is the card I was dealt at that time. I just forfeited all my information to him. He was not having it. And he got caught not having it. But I had to let that go and try to work with him and build that bond with him.

And then it got down to the end, and you look on the jury and who’s over there, and everybody’s going to vote for Jeremy because he is likable. And he is a nice guy. But in the game of Survivor, you have to have targets and you have to put targets on people’s back. And, unfortunately, Jeremy had all his friends with the poker alliance, the old schoolers, he’s a very likable man. I couldn’t be in the game with him anymore. And so that’s what it came down to targeting Jeremy. And the game makes you very stressed. The game is a $2 million game and we butted heads and there’s editing that wasn’t shown and everything like that. But what it boils down to is, it’s just a game. And I respect Jeremy as a man and as a winner and as a Survivor player and as a firefighter. So there’s no hard feelings between Jeremy and I. And I wish him and Val and the kids all the best.

Is there anything else that happened out there that we didn’t get to see that you wish had made it into an episode?

I would do stuff for the experience of fun and positivity, like that big slide. I went head-first backwards after Jeff’s like, “Okay, head off to camp.” And I just laid on my back and went down backwards. And so, for me, it was so draining out there. The game was so fast. I mean, you look at Sarah and Tony and I, we were just sunken in and Michelle, right? And then you look at Nat and she’s all peanut buttered up, ready to come back in like a spitfire. And she did, she was amazing. That was her game. And she did very good out there on the Edge, getting all the tokens and stuff. But for us in the game, betraying these people and betraying our friends, it was mentally and physically exhausting and you could see it on our faces. But being able to take that moment out on a slide and just be like, “This is going to be an adrenaline rush.”

And I remember Jeff being like, “Okay, everybody, head back to camp.” And I just kicked my legs up and went head-first backwards on my back, down a slide. And I was like, “Okay, we’re still having fun. Even though you’re drained, even though you’re tired, even though you just lost immunity to Michelle, you’re still having fun.” And so that’s what I really tried to do out there, was just stay focused, stay positive and not lose who I was as a man and as a father, as a husband.

Well, listen, I’m glad you took yourself out of the game, just so I can take a gander at that incredible horseshoe mustache you were rocking at Tribal Council!

How about that? When I got to Ponderosa, I tried to trim my beard up and it didn’t work out very well. And so I wasn’t going to go full clean shave, and then that’s what we ended up with. My wife made me shave when I got home.

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How do you fill a fall TV schedule when so much of Hollywood is shut down?

Fox has revealed its pandemic-proof lineup, making the network the first broadcaster to announce a specific fall schedule since the outbreak of COVID-19.

The lineup is anchored by — appropriately enough for these times — The Masked Singer.

The schedule (posted below) is stocked with reality TV, animation, and sports, along with scripted content that was either held over from last season or acquired from other distributors.

“The effects of this global health crisis leave no business unaffected. As a media company that prides itself on an entrepreneurial spirit and the focus that comes with doing fewer things better, we mobilized, swiftly creating an entirely new, original-programming lineup for the fall to share with our partners this upfront,” said Charlie Collier, CEO, Fox Entertainment.

Programming includes Gothic family soap Filthy Rich starring Kim Cattrall and AI thriller NeXt starring John Slattery, both of which were already filmed and held over from the current season, Deadline pointed out.

There’s also Spectrum Originals’ Bad Boys universe drama L.A.’s Finest starring Gabrielle Union and Jessica Alba. L.A.’s Finest already premiered on the fledgling Spectrum Originals service, but will now have its broadcast network debut on Fox.

Another notable is the third edition of the Emmy-winning documentary Cosmos, which like L.A.’s Finest has already debuted elsewhere (on Nat Geo).

Even Fox’s schedule still has some remaining pandemic hurdles. The Masked Singer hasn’t yet been shot, but Fox is presumably working on some production workarounds to pull off filming their critical reality hit. The biggest question mark on the schedule is Thursday Night Football given the NFL season still might not happen and the event takes up the network’s entire Thursday night.

“As for the football season and what the fall is going to be: It will be entirely dependent on the effectiveness with which we as a society respond to the inevitable [second wave] outbreak that will occur,” Dr. Anthony Fauci told NBC Sports’ Peter King over the weekend. “Now, even if the virus goes down dramatically in June and July and August, as the virus starts returning in the fall, it would be in my mind, shame on us if we don’t have in place all of the mechanisms to prevent it from blowing up again. In other words, enough testing to test everybody that needs to be tested. Enough testing so that when someone gets infected, you could immediately do contact tracing and isolation to prevent the infection from going to a couple of infections to hundreds of infections. That’s how you control an outbreak. So, practically speaking, the success or failure, the ability or not, to actually have a football season is going to depend on just on what I said … but what I’m really saying is it’s unpredictable depending upon how we respond in the fall.”

Fox pointed out the network is expected to finish the season No. 1 among the adults 18-49 demographic and the only network to have year-over-year growth in the demo and total viewers.

In midseason, original programming will include the return of 9-1-1 and 9-1-1: Lone Star, along with new comedy Call Me Kat, starring Mayim Bialik and new animated comedies The Great North and Housebroken as well as new seasons of animated comedy Duncanville and reality veteran Hell’s Kitchen.

Here is Fox’s schedule:

FOX FALL 2020 SCHEDULE

(All Times ET/PT)

MONDAY

8:00-9:00 PM                          L.A.’S FINEST (network television debut)

9:00-10:00 PM                        NEXT (new series)

TUESDAY

8:00-9:00 PM                          COSMOS: POSSIBLE WORLDS (network television debut)=

9:00-10:00 PM                        FILTHY RICH (new series)

WEDNESDAY

8:00-9:00 PM                          THE MASKED SINGER (new season)

9:00-10:00 PM                        MASTERCHEF JUNIOR (new season)

THURSDAY

7:30-8:00 PM ET/                   FOX NFL THURSDAY PRESENTED BY VERIZON

4:30-5:00 PM PT

8:00-8:19 PM ET/                   GMC KICKOFF SHOW

5:00-5:19 PM PT

8:20 PM-CC ET/                      THURSDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL PRESENTED BY BUD LIGHT PLATINUM

5:20 PM-CC PT

FRIDAY

8:00-10:00 PM                        WWE’S FRIDAY NIGHT SMACKDOWN

SATURDAY

7:00-10:30 PM                        FOX SPORTS SATURDAY

SUNDAY

7:00-7:30 PM                          NFL ON FOX

7:30-8:00 PM                          THE OT / FOX ENCORES

8:00-8:30 PM                          THE SIMPSONS (new season)

8:30-9:00 PM                          BLESS THE HARTS (new season)

9:00-9:30 PM                          BOB’S BURGERS (new season)

9:30-10:00 PM                        FAMILY GUY (new season)

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What was he thinking?!? That was undoubtedly the reaction of millions of Survivor: Winners at War viewers when Ben Driebergen — just two days away from the end of the game — gave his biggest ally permission to vote him out of the game. Why would the Heroes v. Healers v Hustlers champ throw away his chance at $2 million? Probably because he knew that chance didn’t really exist.

Ben was able to read the jury and knew he had no viable path to his second Survivor title, so fell on his sword in the hopes of helping someone else achieve the dream. It was a bold move for a guy who has openly struggled with personal demons, and a sign that he valued his own mental health over the status (and some extra money) that a few more days in the game would have provided.

We spoke with Ben just minutes after the finale finished airing to get his take on the shocking decision, some insight into his mysterious feud with Jeremy, and intel on what we didn’t see on TV. And the man sounds truly at peace with his Survivor journey.

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ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Well, we just watched it all go down. How are you doing Ben?

BEN DRIEBERGEN: Good! It’s a pleasure to be here, and an honor too. It’s awesome to be able to talk with you.

Let’s get right to it because it’s the question everyone’s asking. You’re sitting there, there are only five players left, you’re probably the best fire maker in the bunch. Nothing in this game’s ever guaranteed, but the road is wide open for you to get to the final three. It would be your second straight game of going the distance, and then you give permission to Sarah to vote you out. Now, I’m watching this to myself and I’m thinking, “No way does Ben do this if he thinks he has a chance of winning at the end.” And I saw you even joke at one point that you weren’t very popular out there after having the disadvantage played on you and not getting any advantages or Fire Tokens sent your way. So, is that what part of this decision was about, you reading the writing on the wall with the jury?

Absolutely. When Michele’s getting all these game tokens, and I’m getting disadvantaged from the Edge played on me, you can kind of gauge as how the jury — because that’s who’s over there on the Edge — is perceiving your game. And so when Natalie came back in and told us everything about what was going on, I knew I wasn’t respected on the jury. I played very hard, I built a lot of relationships, and then those relationships fell apart and ultimately ended up hurting me in the long run. And so I really didn’t want to go and get crucified. At the end of the jury, with the way I conducted my game, I just wanted to get to the end, kind of deal. And so I knew I was in for a hurting.

Survivor takes a huge mental toll on you. And coming home, wondering if you’d won a million dollars? And so knowing that Sarah, Tony, and I took it to the end and I would get scraped across the coals there, mentally coming home and trying to deal with if I had won $2 million or whatever, it just wasn’t something where I wanted to be at life. I’m happy where I’m at in life. And I want $2 million, but Tony winning the game and being perceived as the biggest target and the best one to win was factual, right? He played a heck of a game out there. And when I lost that challenge, Sarah and I had talked about possibly taking Tony out. Like, we knew Tony was a big threat, but our goal was to get to the end.

And so after Tony won his last immunity, it was like, Tony is going to win this for sure. And Sarah was my number one. Tony was my number two. I wasn’t going to write Tony’s name down to leave. And I still had my little loyalty with Sarah. And that’s what it came down to was I really wanted to help her out and I didn’t want her to feel like she was getting dragged to the end by Tony or myself. Because the three of us worked really hard from the merge on to stay together and do all this crazy stuff, even after the Sophie blindside. But I credited it to because we’re all very paranoid and high-strung people, and so we could do that with each other, we could bounce it off each other. And then that’s why I think we worked so good with each other.

Tony is who he is on TV, right? And Sarah is an amazing player and amazing person, too. And so when you build that bond of friendship and gameplay, it was easy to really work with each other and support each other. But when it came down to that moment, it was just something that that’s who I am, right? I would do anything for my friends and do anything for my family. And in that moment I saw a friend in need kind of deal, and I knew that I could help her out as opposed to being selfish, to go to the end and know that I couldn’t win kind of deal.

That’s interesting, because even if you say, “Okay, there’s no path to the $2 million,” you are still sacrificing money by doing that in the sense that you would’ve picked up a bit more green if you had gotten yourself into even the three spot, right?

Right. Right. But what I did with my million the first time was I invested it. That’s not a lot of money, and I said it on the show, and after taxes it is not a lot of money. But what I’ve done to financially set for my family with the amount I have is not a lot, but it’s enough to be like, you know what? Money’s not everything. Being able to tuck my kids in tonight and hug my wife and now being able to have friends in the Survivor community that I can trust and my friends back home. When I came home for the first time, I played a great game in some people’s eyes, but I was a bull in a china shop, right? I had to get through and get to the end. And I won a million dollars, it was fantastic.

But people also looked at me in a different light. Some of them looked at me like, “Oh, the big, bad Marine, he got to the end,” which that was a part of my life at one point, but that’s not who I am now. If you focus on negativity and hurting people, that’s going to be your outcome in life. But I always say stay positive, stay humble. Because if you focus on the positivity in life, you look at what you have and not what you need or what you can get.

You look at what you have in your life and if you are happy with what you have in your life, then you’re in a positive spot. Nothing else can matter, no matter how much money you have, how much bank account roles or cars or whatever you have, if you have little amount like I had before, we were very, very happy. And then we got some money and it was amazing, and we’re very happy now. But the game was more about being a human this time, as opposed to being a Survivor castaway, if that makes sense.

What I found really interesting is that you said at one point that you wanted to “not go back home and not like the person I was.” And you’ve been very open on the show and in talking to me in interviews, talking about your personal demons. And when I heard that quote, I wondered, does that mean that you did not like the person that came home from season 35?

Not that I didn’t like the person, but I saw how I could treat people. And I saw that, yes, when I have a goal, no matter what, I can accomplish that goal. But what do I do getting to that goal, right? How many people am I elbowing out of the way just to get to the finish line and be like, “Yeah, I won.” But nobody cares that you won if you just elbowed everybody out of the way. And so this time was to build those relationships. And I really did build those relationships out there. And with Tony and Sarah and Denise talking about enduring and let go. Right? And so this was a scene where the fire is crackling and I’m thinking about stuff.

Because there’s things that I’ve done and experienced in the past that still weigh on me today. And it’s like, “Am I a good person?” And to answer your question as to 35, it was like, I didn’t know if I was a good person. And to be able to make solid friendships with Mama D and I got tattoos on my wrist, just like her. We really bonded out there. All four of us did. And that’s what I focused on this time. And maybe did I over-correct because I wanted to build a relationship so bad? Possibly.

But can I look in the mirror this time when I come home and be like, “You know what? You’re proud of yourself, man. You did good. You got off the couch, went and played Survivor and won it. And then when you played Survivor all-winners you went out in a way that your family can be proud of and your friends can be proud of. And I can look in a mirror at myself, more importantly, not what everyone else thinks, but I can look in the mirror and be proud of who I am and the game I play. And that’s all that matters.

I remember talking to you before the game, and you really wanted to prove that you could do well in this game without detonating Ben bombs all over the place. You used one at the very end there, but you made it all the way to finale night without playing an idol. So you must feel you were successful in that mission.

Yes. And you focus on the positive. That’s an amazing feat for me, right? For me as a player and as a castaway, for me to get to the finale without using an idol and using relationships. And there’s a reason I wasn’t voted out first. I went to plenty of Tribals. Michelle talks about going to all the Tribals. I think she went to one more Tribal than I did. And we were both never immune, right? That should be a testament to both of our social games. She’s an amazing player. And she’s very positive. And she played an amazing game as well. And neither of us were on the chopping block until the end. And so, yeah, for me, I’m happy with that.

That was my goal. And I did it. My goal was to win $2 million. But you can’t look at like you quit, and if there were seven goals on the board and if you just don’t check off one of those goals, you’re going to be down about it. Look at the other six goals you checked off. Like running through the forest after I found an idol awkwardly with Tony. And then carrying him off and he’s screaming. “No!” Right. So much good positive experiences came out of this. That it was worth it in so many ways.

We saw that you and Jeremy having this sort of mini-feud, but we never really understood what it was about or where it started or how it happened. Is there any sort of light you can shed on that?

You asked me before the game, “Who do you want to work with?” And Jeremy was one of the guys I wanted to work with. Day one, we hit the beach and I am just scared. I’ll be honest. I’m nervous like, “Holy cow, I’m out on the beach.” Jeremy is a firefighter, and I was in the military, so for me, it was comfortable to talk with him and Tony and Sarah. And so day one, I was like, “Okay, well, we can have that bond.” And so I went to him and fully just opened up, was like, “Dude, I respect your game. I respect who you are. I really want to work with you. And I think if you and I can stick together and get to the merge, we can hook up with Tony and Sarah. And we can get to the end.”

And so he’s like, “Yeah. Yeah.” He’s giving me the go ahead. And so then we start walking up these stairs and he’s behind me. And I turn around and look, and he’s giving the, “This guy’s is a clown,” look to the camera. And so I called him out at him. I was like, “Jeremy, what are you doing, dude?” And he’s like, “Oh, I’m just doing my thing. And y’all let me do my thing.” And I’m like, “Okay. So this is how Survivor works.” I got to let him do his thing. I can’t blow up. I can’t get mad.” Initially I’m like, “Oh man, this is not good.” But it is the card I was dealt at that time. I just forfeited all my information to him. He was not having it. And he got caught not having it. But I had to let that go and try to work with him and build that bond with him.

And then it got down to the end, and you look on the jury and who’s over there, and everybody’s going to vote for Jeremy because he is likable. And he is a nice guy. But in the game of Survivor, you have to have targets and you have to put targets on people’s back. And, unfortunately, Jeremy had all his friends with the poker alliance, the old schoolers, he’s a very likable man. I couldn’t be in the game with him anymore. And so that’s what it came down to targeting Jeremy. And the game makes you very stressed. The game is a $2 million game and we butted heads and there’s editing that wasn’t shown and everything like that. But what it boils down to is, it’s just a game. And I respect Jeremy as a man and as a winner and as a Survivor player and as a firefighter. So there’s no hard feelings between Jeremy and I. And I wish him and Val and the kids all the best.

Is there anything else that happened out there that we didn’t get to see that you wish had made it into an episode?

I would do stuff for the experience of fun and positivity, like that big slide. I went head-first backwards after Jeff’s like, “Okay, head off to camp.” And I just laid on my back and went down backwards. And so, for me, it was so draining out there. The game was so fast. I mean, you look at Sarah and Tony and I, we were just sunken in and Michelle, right? And then you look at Nat and she’s all peanut buttered up, ready to come back in like a spitfire. And she did, she was amazing. That was her game. And she did very good out there on the Edge, getting all the tokens and stuff. But for us in the game, betraying these people and betraying our friends, it was mentally and physically exhausting and you could see it on our faces. But being able to take that moment out on a slide and just be like, “This is going to be an adrenaline rush.”

And I remember Jeff being like, “Okay, everybody, head back to camp.” And I just kicked my legs up and went head-first backwards on my back, down a slide. And I was like, “Okay, we’re still having fun. Even though you’re drained, even though you’re tired, even though you just lost immunity to Michelle, you’re still having fun.” And so that’s what I really tried to do out there, was just stay focused, stay positive and not lose who I was as a man and as a father, as a husband.

Well, listen, I’m glad you took yourself out of the game, just so I can take a gander at that incredible horseshoe mustache you were rocking at Tribal Council!

How about that? When I got to Ponderosa, I tried to trim my beard up and it didn’t work out very well. And so I wasn’t going to go full clean shave, and then that’s what we ended up with. My wife made me shave when I got home.

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How do you fill a fall TV schedule when so much of Hollywood is shut down?

Fox has revealed its pandemic-proof lineup, making the network the first broadcaster to announce a specific fall schedule since the outbreak of COVID-19.

The lineup is anchored by — appropriately enough for these times — The Masked Singer.

The schedule (posted below) is stocked with reality TV, animation, and sports, along with scripted content that was either held over from last season or acquired from other distributors.

“The effects of this global health crisis leave no business unaffected. As a media company that prides itself on an entrepreneurial spirit and the focus that comes with doing fewer things better, we mobilized, swiftly creating an entirely new, original-programming lineup for the fall to share with our partners this upfront,” said Charlie Collier, CEO, Fox Entertainment.

Programming includes Gothic family soap Filthy Rich starring Kim Cattrall and AI thriller NeXt starring John Slattery, both of which were already filmed and held over from the current season, Deadline pointed out.

There’s also Spectrum Originals’ Bad Boys universe drama L.A.’s Finest starring Gabrielle Union and Jessica Alba. L.A.’s Finest already premiered on the fledgling Spectrum Originals service, but will now have its broadcast network debut on Fox.

Another notable is the third edition of the Emmy-winning documentary Cosmos, which like L.A.’s Finest has already debuted elsewhere (on Nat Geo).

Even Fox’s schedule still has some remaining pandemic hurdles. The Masked Singer hasn’t yet been shot, but Fox is presumably working on some production workarounds to pull off filming their critical reality hit. The biggest question mark on the schedule is Thursday Night Football given the NFL season still might not happen and the event takes up the network’s entire Thursday night.

“As for the football season and what the fall is going to be: It will be entirely dependent on the effectiveness with which we as a society respond to the inevitable [second wave] outbreak that will occur,” Dr. Anthony Fauci told NBC Sports’ Peter King over the weekend. “Now, even if the virus goes down dramatically in June and July and August, as the virus starts returning in the fall, it would be in my mind, shame on us if we don’t have in place all of the mechanisms to prevent it from blowing up again. In other words, enough testing to test everybody that needs to be tested. Enough testing so that when someone gets infected, you could immediately do contact tracing and isolation to prevent the infection from going to a couple of infections to hundreds of infections. That’s how you control an outbreak. So, practically speaking, the success or failure, the ability or not, to actually have a football season is going to depend on just on what I said … but what I’m really saying is it’s unpredictable depending upon how we respond in the fall.”

Fox pointed out the network is expected to finish the season No. 1 among the adults 18-49 demographic and the only network to have year-over-year growth in the demo and total viewers.

In midseason, original programming will include the return of 9-1-1 and 9-1-1: Lone Star, along with new comedy Call Me Kat, starring Mayim Bialik and new animated comedies The Great North and Housebroken as well as new seasons of animated comedy Duncanville and reality veteran Hell’s Kitchen.

Here is Fox’s schedule:

FOX FALL 2020 SCHEDULE

(All Times ET/PT)

MONDAY

8:00-9:00 PM                          L.A.’S FINEST (network television debut)

9:00-10:00 PM                        NEXT (new series)

TUESDAY

8:00-9:00 PM                          COSMOS: POSSIBLE WORLDS (network television debut)=

9:00-10:00 PM                        FILTHY RICH (new series)

WEDNESDAY

8:00-9:00 PM                          THE MASKED SINGER (new season)

9:00-10:00 PM                        MASTERCHEF JUNIOR (new season)

THURSDAY

7:30-8:00 PM ET/                   FOX NFL THURSDAY PRESENTED BY VERIZON

4:30-5:00 PM PT

8:00-8:19 PM ET/                   GMC KICKOFF SHOW

5:00-5:19 PM PT

8:20 PM-CC ET/                      THURSDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL PRESENTED BY BUD LIGHT PLATINUM

5:20 PM-CC PT

FRIDAY

8:00-10:00 PM                        WWE’S FRIDAY NIGHT SMACKDOWN

SATURDAY

7:00-10:30 PM                        FOX SPORTS SATURDAY

SUNDAY

7:00-7:30 PM                          NFL ON FOX

7:30-8:00 PM                          THE OT / FOX ENCORES

8:00-8:30 PM                          THE SIMPSONS (new season)

8:30-9:00 PM                          BLESS THE HARTS (new season)

9:00-9:30 PM                          BOB’S BURGERS (new season)

9:30-10:00 PM                        FAMILY GUY (new season)

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What was he thinking?!? That was undoubtedly the reaction of millions of Survivor: Winners at War viewers when Ben Driebergen — just two days away from the end of the game — gave his biggest ally permission to vote him out of the game. Why would the Heroes v. Healers v Hustlers champ throw away his chance at $2 million? Probably because he knew that chance didn’t really exist.

Ben was able to read the jury and knew he had no viable path to his second Survivor title, so fell on his sword in the hopes of helping someone else achieve the dream. It was a bold move for a guy who has openly struggled with personal demons, and a sign that he valued his own mental health over the status (and some extra money) that a few more days in the game would have provided.

We spoke with Ben just minutes after the finale finished airing to get his take on the shocking decision, some insight into his mysterious feud with Jeremy, and intel on what we didn’t see on TV. And the man sounds truly at peace with his Survivor journey.

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ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Well, we just watched it all go down. How are you doing Ben?

BEN DRIEBERGEN: Good! It’s a pleasure to be here, and an honor too. It’s awesome to be able to talk with you.

Let’s get right to it because it’s the question everyone’s asking. You’re sitting there, there are only five players left, you’re probably the best fire maker in the bunch. Nothing in this game’s ever guaranteed, but the road is wide open for you to get to the final three. It would be your second straight game of going the distance, and then you give permission to Sarah to vote you out. Now, I’m watching this to myself and I’m thinking, “No way does Ben do this if he thinks he has a chance of winning at the end.” And I saw you even joke at one point that you weren’t very popular out there after having the disadvantage played on you and not getting any advantages or Fire Tokens sent your way. So, is that what part of this decision was about, you reading the writing on the wall with the jury?

Absolutely. When Michele’s getting all these game tokens, and I’m getting disadvantaged from the Edge played on me, you can kind of gauge as how the jury — because that’s who’s over there on the Edge — is perceiving your game. And so when Natalie came back in and told us everything about what was going on, I knew I wasn’t respected on the jury. I played very hard, I built a lot of relationships, and then those relationships fell apart and ultimately ended up hurting me in the long run. And so I really didn’t want to go and get crucified. At the end of the jury, with the way I conducted my game, I just wanted to get to the end, kind of deal. And so I knew I was in for a hurting.

Survivor takes a huge mental toll on you. And coming home, wondering if you’d won a million dollars? And so knowing that Sarah, Tony, and I took it to the end and I would get scraped across the coals there, mentally coming home and trying to deal with if I had won $2 million or whatever, it just wasn’t something where I wanted to be at life. I’m happy where I’m at in life. And I want $2 million, but Tony winning the game and being perceived as the biggest target and the best one to win was factual, right? He played a heck of a game out there. And when I lost that challenge, Sarah and I had talked about possibly taking Tony out. Like, we knew Tony was a big threat, but our goal was to get to the end.

And so after Tony won his last immunity, it was like, Tony is going to win this for sure. And Sarah was my number one. Tony was my number two. I wasn’t going to write Tony’s name down to leave. And I still had my little loyalty with Sarah. And that’s what it came down to was I really wanted to help her out and I didn’t want her to feel like she was getting dragged to the end by Tony or myself. Because the three of us worked really hard from the merge on to stay together and do all this crazy stuff, even after the Sophie blindside. But I credited it to because we’re all very paranoid and high-strung people, and so we could do that with each other, we could bounce it off each other. And then that’s why I think we worked so good with each other.

Tony is who he is on TV, right? And Sarah is an amazing player and amazing person, too. And so when you build that bond of friendship and gameplay, it was easy to really work with each other and support each other. But when it came down to that moment, it was just something that that’s who I am, right? I would do anything for my friends and do anything for my family. And in that moment I saw a friend in need kind of deal, and I knew that I could help her out as opposed to being selfish, to go to the end and know that I couldn’t win kind of deal.

That’s interesting, because even if you say, “Okay, there’s no path to the $2 million,” you are still sacrificing money by doing that in the sense that you would’ve picked up a bit more green if you had gotten yourself into even the three spot, right?

Right. Right. But what I did with my million the first time was I invested it. That’s not a lot of money, and I said it on the show, and after taxes it is not a lot of money. But what I’ve done to financially set for my family with the amount I have is not a lot, but it’s enough to be like, you know what? Money’s not everything. Being able to tuck my kids in tonight and hug my wife and now being able to have friends in the Survivor community that I can trust and my friends back home. When I came home for the first time, I played a great game in some people’s eyes, but I was a bull in a china shop, right? I had to get through and get to the end. And I won a million dollars, it was fantastic.

But people also looked at me in a different light. Some of them looked at me like, “Oh, the big, bad Marine, he got to the end,” which that was a part of my life at one point, but that’s not who I am now. If you focus on negativity and hurting people, that’s going to be your outcome in life. But I always say stay positive, stay humble. Because if you focus on the positivity in life, you look at what you have and not what you need or what you can get.

You look at what you have in your life and if you are happy with what you have in your life, then you’re in a positive spot. Nothing else can matter, no matter how much money you have, how much bank account roles or cars or whatever you have, if you have little amount like I had before, we were very, very happy. And then we got some money and it was amazing, and we’re very happy now. But the game was more about being a human this time, as opposed to being a Survivor castaway, if that makes sense.

What I found really interesting is that you said at one point that you wanted to “not go back home and not like the person I was.” And you’ve been very open on the show and in talking to me in interviews, talking about your personal demons. And when I heard that quote, I wondered, does that mean that you did not like the person that came home from season 35?

Not that I didn’t like the person, but I saw how I could treat people. And I saw that, yes, when I have a goal, no matter what, I can accomplish that goal. But what do I do getting to that goal, right? How many people am I elbowing out of the way just to get to the finish line and be like, “Yeah, I won.” But nobody cares that you won if you just elbowed everybody out of the way. And so this time was to build those relationships. And I really did build those relationships out there. And with Tony and Sarah and Denise talking about enduring and let go. Right? And so this was a scene where the fire is crackling and I’m thinking about stuff.

Because there’s things that I’ve done and experienced in the past that still weigh on me today. And it’s like, “Am I a good person?” And to answer your question as to 35, it was like, I didn’t know if I was a good person. And to be able to make solid friendships with Mama D and I got tattoos on my wrist, just like her. We really bonded out there. All four of us did. And that’s what I focused on this time. And maybe did I over-correct because I wanted to build a relationship so bad? Possibly.

But can I look in the mirror this time when I come home and be like, “You know what? You’re proud of yourself, man. You did good. You got off the couch, went and played Survivor and won it. And then when you played Survivor all-winners you went out in a way that your family can be proud of and your friends can be proud of. And I can look in a mirror at myself, more importantly, not what everyone else thinks, but I can look in the mirror and be proud of who I am and the game I play. And that’s all that matters.

I remember talking to you before the game, and you really wanted to prove that you could do well in this game without detonating Ben bombs all over the place. You used one at the very end there, but you made it all the way to finale night without playing an idol. So you must feel you were successful in that mission.

Yes. And you focus on the positive. That’s an amazing feat for me, right? For me as a player and as a castaway, for me to get to the finale without using an idol and using relationships. And there’s a reason I wasn’t voted out first. I went to plenty of Tribals. Michelle talks about going to all the Tribals. I think she went to one more Tribal than I did. And we were both never immune, right? That should be a testament to both of our social games. She’s an amazing player. And she’s very positive. And she played an amazing game as well. And neither of us were on the chopping block until the end. And so, yeah, for me, I’m happy with that.

That was my goal. And I did it. My goal was to win $2 million. But you can’t look at like you quit, and if there were seven goals on the board and if you just don’t check off one of those goals, you’re going to be down about it. Look at the other six goals you checked off. Like running through the forest after I found an idol awkwardly with Tony. And then carrying him off and he’s screaming. “No!” Right. So much good positive experiences came out of this. That it was worth it in so many ways.

We saw that you and Jeremy having this sort of mini-feud, but we never really understood what it was about or where it started or how it happened. Is there any sort of light you can shed on that?

You asked me before the game, “Who do you want to work with?” And Jeremy was one of the guys I wanted to work with. Day one, we hit the beach and I am just scared. I’ll be honest. I’m nervous like, “Holy cow, I’m out on the beach.” Jeremy is a firefighter, and I was in the military, so for me, it was comfortable to talk with him and Tony and Sarah. And so day one, I was like, “Okay, well, we can have that bond.” And so I went to him and fully just opened up, was like, “Dude, I respect your game. I respect who you are. I really want to work with you. And I think if you and I can stick together and get to the merge, we can hook up with Tony and Sarah. And we can get to the end.”

And so he’s like, “Yeah. Yeah.” He’s giving me the go ahead. And so then we start walking up these stairs and he’s behind me. And I turn around and look, and he’s giving the, “This guy’s is a clown,” look to the camera. And so I called him out at him. I was like, “Jeremy, what are you doing, dude?” And he’s like, “Oh, I’m just doing my thing. And y’all let me do my thing.” And I’m like, “Okay. So this is how Survivor works.” I got to let him do his thing. I can’t blow up. I can’t get mad.” Initially I’m like, “Oh man, this is not good.” But it is the card I was dealt at that time. I just forfeited all my information to him. He was not having it. And he got caught not having it. But I had to let that go and try to work with him and build that bond with him.

And then it got down to the end, and you look on the jury and who’s over there, and everybody’s going to vote for Jeremy because he is likable. And he is a nice guy. But in the game of Survivor, you have to have targets and you have to put targets on people’s back. And, unfortunately, Jeremy had all his friends with the poker alliance, the old schoolers, he’s a very likable man. I couldn’t be in the game with him anymore. And so that’s what it came down to targeting Jeremy. And the game makes you very stressed. The game is a $2 million game and we butted heads and there’s editing that wasn’t shown and everything like that. But what it boils down to is, it’s just a game. And I respect Jeremy as a man and as a winner and as a Survivor player and as a firefighter. So there’s no hard feelings between Jeremy and I. And I wish him and Val and the kids all the best.

Is there anything else that happened out there that we didn’t get to see that you wish had made it into an episode?

I would do stuff for the experience of fun and positivity, like that big slide. I went head-first backwards after Jeff’s like, “Okay, head off to camp.” And I just laid on my back and went down backwards. And so, for me, it was so draining out there. The game was so fast. I mean, you look at Sarah and Tony and I, we were just sunken in and Michelle, right? And then you look at Nat and she’s all peanut buttered up, ready to come back in like a spitfire. And she did, she was amazing. That was her game. And she did very good out there on the Edge, getting all the tokens and stuff. But for us in the game, betraying these people and betraying our friends, it was mentally and physically exhausting and you could see it on our faces. But being able to take that moment out on a slide and just be like, “This is going to be an adrenaline rush.”

And I remember Jeff being like, “Okay, everybody, head back to camp.” And I just kicked my legs up and went head-first backwards on my back, down a slide. And I was like, “Okay, we’re still having fun. Even though you’re drained, even though you’re tired, even though you just lost immunity to Michelle, you’re still having fun.” And so that’s what I really tried to do out there, was just stay focused, stay positive and not lose who I was as a man and as a father, as a husband.

Well, listen, I’m glad you took yourself out of the game, just so I can take a gander at that incredible horseshoe mustache you were rocking at Tribal Council!

How about that? When I got to Ponderosa, I tried to trim my beard up and it didn’t work out very well. And so I wasn’t going to go full clean shave, and then that’s what we ended up with. My wife made me shave when I got home.

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How do you fill a fall TV schedule when so much of Hollywood is shut down?

Fox has revealed its pandemic-proof lineup, making the network the first broadcaster to announce a specific fall schedule since the outbreak of COVID-19.

The lineup is anchored by — appropriately enough for these times — The Masked Singer.

The schedule (posted below) is stocked with reality TV, animation, and sports, along with scripted content that was either held over from last season or acquired from other distributors.

“The effects of this global health crisis leave no business unaffected. As a media company that prides itself on an entrepreneurial spirit and the focus that comes with doing fewer things better, we mobilized, swiftly creating an entirely new, original-programming lineup for the fall to share with our partners this upfront,” said Charlie Collier, CEO, Fox Entertainment.

Programming includes Gothic family soap Filthy Rich starring Kim Cattrall and AI thriller NeXt starring John Slattery, both of which were already filmed and held over from the current season, Deadline pointed out.

There’s also Spectrum Originals’ Bad Boys universe drama L.A.’s Finest starring Gabrielle Union and Jessica Alba. L.A.’s Finest already premiered on the fledgling Spectrum Originals service, but will now have its broadcast network debut on Fox.

Another notable is the third edition of the Emmy-winning documentary Cosmos, which like L.A.’s Finest has already debuted elsewhere (on Nat Geo).

Even Fox’s schedule still has some remaining pandemic hurdles. The Masked Singer hasn’t yet been shot, but Fox is presumably working on some production workarounds to pull off filming their critical reality hit. The biggest question mark on the schedule is Thursday Night Football given the NFL season still might not happen and the event takes up the network’s entire Thursday night.

“As for the football season and what the fall is going to be: It will be entirely dependent on the effectiveness with which we as a society respond to the inevitable [second wave] outbreak that will occur,” Dr. Anthony Fauci told NBC Sports’ Peter King over the weekend. “Now, even if the virus goes down dramatically in June and July and August, as the virus starts returning in the fall, it would be in my mind, shame on us if we don’t have in place all of the mechanisms to prevent it from blowing up again. In other words, enough testing to test everybody that needs to be tested. Enough testing so that when someone gets infected, you could immediately do contact tracing and isolation to prevent the infection from going to a couple of infections to hundreds of infections. That’s how you control an outbreak. So, practically speaking, the success or failure, the ability or not, to actually have a football season is going to depend on just on what I said … but what I’m really saying is it’s unpredictable depending upon how we respond in the fall.”

Fox pointed out the network is expected to finish the season No. 1 among the adults 18-49 demographic and the only network to have year-over-year growth in the demo and total viewers.

In midseason, original programming will include the return of 9-1-1 and 9-1-1: Lone Star, along with new comedy Call Me Kat, starring Mayim Bialik and new animated comedies The Great North and Housebroken as well as new seasons of animated comedy Duncanville and reality veteran Hell’s Kitchen.

Here is Fox’s schedule:

FOX FALL 2020 SCHEDULE

(All Times ET/PT)

MONDAY

8:00-9:00 PM                          L.A.’S FINEST (network television debut)

9:00-10:00 PM                        NEXT (new series)

TUESDAY

8:00-9:00 PM                          COSMOS: POSSIBLE WORLDS (network television debut)=

9:00-10:00 PM                        FILTHY RICH (new series)

WEDNESDAY

8:00-9:00 PM                          THE MASKED SINGER (new season)

9:00-10:00 PM                        MASTERCHEF JUNIOR (new season)

THURSDAY

7:30-8:00 PM ET/                   FOX NFL THURSDAY PRESENTED BY VERIZON

4:30-5:00 PM PT

8:00-8:19 PM ET/                   GMC KICKOFF SHOW

5:00-5:19 PM PT

8:20 PM-CC ET/                      THURSDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL PRESENTED BY BUD LIGHT PLATINUM

5:20 PM-CC PT

FRIDAY

8:00-10:00 PM                        WWE’S FRIDAY NIGHT SMACKDOWN

SATURDAY

7:00-10:30 PM                        FOX SPORTS SATURDAY

SUNDAY

7:00-7:30 PM                          NFL ON FOX

7:30-8:00 PM                          THE OT / FOX ENCORES

8:00-8:30 PM                          THE SIMPSONS (new season)

8:30-9:00 PM                          BLESS THE HARTS (new season)

9:00-9:30 PM                          BOB’S BURGERS (new season)

9:30-10:00 PM                        FAMILY GUY (new season)

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What was he thinking?!? That was undoubtedly the reaction of millions of Survivor: Winners at War viewers when Ben Driebergen — just two days away from the end of the game — gave his biggest ally permission to vote him out of the game. Why would the Heroes v. Healers v Hustlers champ throw away his chance at $2 million? Probably because he knew that chance didn’t really exist.

Ben was able to read the jury and knew he had no viable path to his second Survivor title, so fell on his sword in the hopes of helping someone else achieve the dream. It was a bold move for a guy who has openly struggled with personal demons, and a sign that he valued his own mental health over the status (and some extra money) that a few more days in the game would have provided.

We spoke with Ben just minutes after the finale finished airing to get his take on the shocking decision, some insight into his mysterious feud with Jeremy, and intel on what we didn’t see on TV. And the man sounds truly at peace with his Survivor journey.

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ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Well, we just watched it all go down. How are you doing Ben?

BEN DRIEBERGEN: Good! It’s a pleasure to be here, and an honor too. It’s awesome to be able to talk with you.

Let’s get right to it because it’s the question everyone’s asking. You’re sitting there, there are only five players left, you’re probably the best fire maker in the bunch. Nothing in this game’s ever guaranteed, but the road is wide open for you to get to the final three. It would be your second straight game of going the distance, and then you give permission to Sarah to vote you out. Now, I’m watching this to myself and I’m thinking, “No way does Ben do this if he thinks he has a chance of winning at the end.” And I saw you even joke at one point that you weren’t very popular out there after having the disadvantage played on you and not getting any advantages or Fire Tokens sent your way. So, is that what part of this decision was about, you reading the writing on the wall with the jury?

Absolutely. When Michele’s getting all these game tokens, and I’m getting disadvantaged from the Edge played on me, you can kind of gauge as how the jury — because that’s who’s over there on the Edge — is perceiving your game. And so when Natalie came back in and told us everything about what was going on, I knew I wasn’t respected on the jury. I played very hard, I built a lot of relationships, and then those relationships fell apart and ultimately ended up hurting me in the long run. And so I really didn’t want to go and get crucified. At the end of the jury, with the way I conducted my game, I just wanted to get to the end, kind of deal. And so I knew I was in for a hurting.

Survivor takes a huge mental toll on you. And coming home, wondering if you’d won a million dollars? And so knowing that Sarah, Tony, and I took it to the end and I would get scraped across the coals there, mentally coming home and trying to deal with if I had won $2 million or whatever, it just wasn’t something where I wanted to be at life. I’m happy where I’m at in life. And I want $2 million, but Tony winning the game and being perceived as the biggest target and the best one to win was factual, right? He played a heck of a game out there. And when I lost that challenge, Sarah and I had talked about possibly taking Tony out. Like, we knew Tony was a big threat, but our goal was to get to the end.

And so after Tony won his last immunity, it was like, Tony is going to win this for sure. And Sarah was my number one. Tony was my number two. I wasn’t going to write Tony’s name down to leave. And I still had my little loyalty with Sarah. And that’s what it came down to was I really wanted to help her out and I didn’t want her to feel like she was getting dragged to the end by Tony or myself. Because the three of us worked really hard from the merge on to stay together and do all this crazy stuff, even after the Sophie blindside. But I credited it to because we’re all very paranoid and high-strung people, and so we could do that with each other, we could bounce it off each other. And then that’s why I think we worked so good with each other.

Tony is who he is on TV, right? And Sarah is an amazing player and amazing person, too. And so when you build that bond of friendship and gameplay, it was easy to really work with each other and support each other. But when it came down to that moment, it was just something that that’s who I am, right? I would do anything for my friends and do anything for my family. And in that moment I saw a friend in need kind of deal, and I knew that I could help her out as opposed to being selfish, to go to the end and know that I couldn’t win kind of deal.

That’s interesting, because even if you say, “Okay, there’s no path to the $2 million,” you are still sacrificing money by doing that in the sense that you would’ve picked up a bit more green if you had gotten yourself into even the three spot, right?

Right. Right. But what I did with my million the first time was I invested it. That’s not a lot of money, and I said it on the show, and after taxes it is not a lot of money. But what I’ve done to financially set for my family with the amount I have is not a lot, but it’s enough to be like, you know what? Money’s not everything. Being able to tuck my kids in tonight and hug my wife and now being able to have friends in the Survivor community that I can trust and my friends back home. When I came home for the first time, I played a great game in some people’s eyes, but I was a bull in a china shop, right? I had to get through and get to the end. And I won a million dollars, it was fantastic.

But people also looked at me in a different light. Some of them looked at me like, “Oh, the big, bad Marine, he got to the end,” which that was a part of my life at one point, but that’s not who I am now. If you focus on negativity and hurting people, that’s going to be your outcome in life. But I always say stay positive, stay humble. Because if you focus on the positivity in life, you look at what you have and not what you need or what you can get.

You look at what you have in your life and if you are happy with what you have in your life, then you’re in a positive spot. Nothing else can matter, no matter how much money you have, how much bank account roles or cars or whatever you have, if you have little amount like I had before, we were very, very happy. And then we got some money and it was amazing, and we’re very happy now. But the game was more about being a human this time, as opposed to being a Survivor castaway, if that makes sense.

What I found really interesting is that you said at one point that you wanted to “not go back home and not like the person I was.” And you’ve been very open on the show and in talking to me in interviews, talking about your personal demons. And when I heard that quote, I wondered, does that mean that you did not like the person that came home from season 35?

Not that I didn’t like the person, but I saw how I could treat people. And I saw that, yes, when I have a goal, no matter what, I can accomplish that goal. But what do I do getting to that goal, right? How many people am I elbowing out of the way just to get to the finish line and be like, “Yeah, I won.” But nobody cares that you won if you just elbowed everybody out of the way. And so this time was to build those relationships. And I really did build those relationships out there. And with Tony and Sarah and Denise talking about enduring and let go. Right? And so this was a scene where the fire is crackling and I’m thinking about stuff.

Because there’s things that I’ve done and experienced in the past that still weigh on me today. And it’s like, “Am I a good person?” And to answer your question as to 35, it was like, I didn’t know if I was a good person. And to be able to make solid friendships with Mama D and I got tattoos on my wrist, just like her. We really bonded out there. All four of us did. And that’s what I focused on this time. And maybe did I over-correct because I wanted to build a relationship so bad? Possibly.

But can I look in the mirror this time when I come home and be like, “You know what? You’re proud of yourself, man. You did good. You got off the couch, went and played Survivor and won it. And then when you played Survivor all-winners you went out in a way that your family can be proud of and your friends can be proud of. And I can look in a mirror at myself, more importantly, not what everyone else thinks, but I can look in the mirror and be proud of who I am and the game I play. And that’s all that matters.

I remember talking to you before the game, and you really wanted to prove that you could do well in this game without detonating Ben bombs all over the place. You used one at the very end there, but you made it all the way to finale night without playing an idol. So you must feel you were successful in that mission.

Yes. And you focus on the positive. That’s an amazing feat for me, right? For me as a player and as a castaway, for me to get to the finale without using an idol and using relationships. And there’s a reason I wasn’t voted out first. I went to plenty of Tribals. Michelle talks about going to all the Tribals. I think she went to one more Tribal than I did. And we were both never immune, right? That should be a testament to both of our social games. She’s an amazing player. And she’s very positive. And she played an amazing game as well. And neither of us were on the chopping block until the end. And so, yeah, for me, I’m happy with that.

That was my goal. And I did it. My goal was to win $2 million. But you can’t look at like you quit, and if there were seven goals on the board and if you just don’t check off one of those goals, you’re going to be down about it. Look at the other six goals you checked off. Like running through the forest after I found an idol awkwardly with Tony. And then carrying him off and he’s screaming. “No!” Right. So much good positive experiences came out of this. That it was worth it in so many ways.

We saw that you and Jeremy having this sort of mini-feud, but we never really understood what it was about or where it started or how it happened. Is there any sort of light you can shed on that?

You asked me before the game, “Who do you want to work with?” And Jeremy was one of the guys I wanted to work with. Day one, we hit the beach and I am just scared. I’ll be honest. I’m nervous like, “Holy cow, I’m out on the beach.” Jeremy is a firefighter, and I was in the military, so for me, it was comfortable to talk with him and Tony and Sarah. And so day one, I was like, “Okay, well, we can have that bond.” And so I went to him and fully just opened up, was like, “Dude, I respect your game. I respect who you are. I really want to work with you. And I think if you and I can stick together and get to the merge, we can hook up with Tony and Sarah. And we can get to the end.”

And so he’s like, “Yeah. Yeah.” He’s giving me the go ahead. And so then we start walking up these stairs and he’s behind me. And I turn around and look, and he’s giving the, “This guy’s is a clown,” look to the camera. And so I called him out at him. I was like, “Jeremy, what are you doing, dude?” And he’s like, “Oh, I’m just doing my thing. And y’all let me do my thing.” And I’m like, “Okay. So this is how Survivor works.” I got to let him do his thing. I can’t blow up. I can’t get mad.” Initially I’m like, “Oh man, this is not good.” But it is the card I was dealt at that time. I just forfeited all my information to him. He was not having it. And he got caught not having it. But I had to let that go and try to work with him and build that bond with him.

And then it got down to the end, and you look on the jury and who’s over there, and everybody’s going to vote for Jeremy because he is likable. And he is a nice guy. But in the game of Survivor, you have to have targets and you have to put targets on people’s back. And, unfortunately, Jeremy had all his friends with the poker alliance, the old schoolers, he’s a very likable man. I couldn’t be in the game with him anymore. And so that’s what it came down to targeting Jeremy. And the game makes you very stressed. The game is a $2 million game and we butted heads and there’s editing that wasn’t shown and everything like that. But what it boils down to is, it’s just a game. And I respect Jeremy as a man and as a winner and as a Survivor player and as a firefighter. So there’s no hard feelings between Jeremy and I. And I wish him and Val and the kids all the best.

Is there anything else that happened out there that we didn’t get to see that you wish had made it into an episode?

I would do stuff for the experience of fun and positivity, like that big slide. I went head-first backwards after Jeff’s like, “Okay, head off to camp.” And I just laid on my back and went down backwards. And so, for me, it was so draining out there. The game was so fast. I mean, you look at Sarah and Tony and I, we were just sunken in and Michelle, right? And then you look at Nat and she’s all peanut buttered up, ready to come back in like a spitfire. And she did, she was amazing. That was her game. And she did very good out there on the Edge, getting all the tokens and stuff. But for us in the game, betraying these people and betraying our friends, it was mentally and physically exhausting and you could see it on our faces. But being able to take that moment out on a slide and just be like, “This is going to be an adrenaline rush.”

And I remember Jeff being like, “Okay, everybody, head back to camp.” And I just kicked my legs up and went head-first backwards on my back, down a slide. And I was like, “Okay, we’re still having fun. Even though you’re drained, even though you’re tired, even though you just lost immunity to Michelle, you’re still having fun.” And so that’s what I really tried to do out there, was just stay focused, stay positive and not lose who I was as a man and as a father, as a husband.

Well, listen, I’m glad you took yourself out of the game, just so I can take a gander at that incredible horseshoe mustache you were rocking at Tribal Council!

How about that? When I got to Ponderosa, I tried to trim my beard up and it didn’t work out very well. And so I wasn’t going to go full clean shave, and then that’s what we ended up with. My wife made me shave when I got home.

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