It’s a major twist with two players eliminated as we enter the endgame of Survivor: Island of the Idols with Olympian Elizabeth Beisel.
Elizabeth Beisel has released a statement on controversial comments she made regarding ‘unwanted touching’ accusations from Wednesday’s episode of Survivor.
It’s an odd contrast of intensely complex strategy and thoughtful discussion about gender in group dynamics as Elizabeth Beisel’s Survivor game continues.
There’s a game-changing advantage in play with a 4-4 split between alliances on Beisel’s tribe in one of the most dramatic episodes of the season so far.
Detective Dean wants to know who burned him last week – and Elizabeth Beisel is one of his prime suspects. We recap Beisel’s island adventure for week 5.
Six tribe members are walking blindfolded through a field of painfully firm objects. Who is directing them? Elizabeth Beisel, of course.
You’ve been reading about Elizabeth Beisel’s run on the reality show Survivor, but you may be getting even more of the 27-year-old Olympic medalist.
The immunity challenge heads back to the water, giving Elizabeth Beisel another clear chance to shine. But the women’s alliance is on the rocks in week 3.
Three-time Olympian Elizabeth Beisel took a central role in last night’s premiere episode of Survivor: Island of the Idols. We recap her major gamble.
Elizabeth Beisel is part of Survivor’s 39th season premiering tomorrow, and she says pre-game that she won’t be announcing her Olympian status.
Olympic swimmer Elizabeth Beisel will be part of the cast for the 39th season of CBS’s hit reality TV series Survivor, per a report by a media outlet covering the show.
“I think fans should just be prepared to watch an awesome show,” Radke says. “The cool thing about Survivor is that it’s constantly evolving. They love to keep people wondering what’s going to happen.”
Olympian Katrina Radke is a part of the cast for long-running reality TV show Survivor’s 35th season, which premieres this fall.