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Survivor: Russell Hantz’s Top 100 Greatest Survivors Ever (80-71)



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Twenty contestants have been revealed on Russell Hantz’s list of greatest Survivor players ever. Who are the next ten to be revealed?

In the latest round of the best Survivor players ever, the video – which can be seen on Russell Hantz’s YouTube channel – opens up with Jonny FairPlay telling us his favorite story from Pearl Islands involving Burton Roberts’ return back into the game.

80. Rodney LaVoie Jr. (Worlds Apart)

We all remember Rodney the most for his hissy fit that he threw when he wasn’t invited to go on a reward challenge on his birthday. He was so mad about having to wash dishes on his birthday and that’s sadly his legacy when it comes to his Survivor career.

Mike noted in the video that Rodney had zero knowledge of how the game works prior to it starting, so that makes it even more impressive that he made it to the final four. He lost in fire making to Carolyn, but he was really close to being in the final tribal council.

79. Natalie White (Samoa)

Poor Natalie. She won Samoa fair and square, but is regarded as one of the worst winners ever because many felt that Russell deserved to win.

I’ll be honest here – Yes, Russell should have won Samoa. What Russell wasn’t good at, however, was jury management and that’s what won Natalie the game. She knew early on that her best bet was to let Russell rile everyone up and get in his own way.

Laura Morett notes in the video that Natalie earned his vote because of her jury speech and that it wasn’t due to bitterness. The producers should be ashamed of themselves for only giving Natalie 15 confessionals and making her look like a crappy winner because it sounds like she really did play a good game, but we didn’t get to see any of it.

That’s a damn shame.

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How to Watch Shark Week 2020



It’s the most wonderful time of the year. Today, Discovery’s Shark Week officially kicks off for another epic year of shark fights (we see you, Mike Tyson!), educational documentaries, and deep water deep-dives. The Shark Week schedule 2020 is jam-packed with content, so make sure you don’t miss a single second of the action!

To ensure that you’re seated in front of your TV at the appropriate time, we’re stepping in to answer any and all of your breaking Shark Week questions. When is Shark Week 2020? What is the Shark Week schedule for 2020? Here’s everything you need to know about how to watch Shark Week 2020 and beyond!


You’re in luck: Shark Week 2020 officially begins tonight, Sunday, August 9, and will continue through Sunday, August 16.


Shark Week 2020 kicks off at 8/7c tonight with the premiere of Air Jaws: Ultimate Breach Off on Discovery Channel. The documentary will be followed by the highly-anticipated Mike Tyson shark fight, Tyson vs. Jaws: Rumble on the Reef, at 9/8c.


This year’s Shark Week festivities will include more than 20 hours of programming on Discovery Channel. The full schedule is as follows:

Sunday, August 9

8 p.m. ET/PT: Air Jaws: Ultimate Breach Off
9 p.m. ET/PT: Tyson vs. Jaws: Rumble on the Reef
10 p.m. ET/PT: Shark Lockdown

Monday, August 10

8 p.m. ET/PT: Abandoned Waters (FKA Sharks of Neptune)
9 p.m. ET/PT: ShaqAttack
10 p.m. ET/PT: Jaws Awakens

Tuesday, August 11

8 p.m. ET/PT: Extinct or Alive: Land of the Lost Sharks
9 p.m. ET/PT: Will Smith: Off the Deep End
10 p.m. ET/PT: Great White Serial Killer Extinction

Wednesday, August 12

8 p.m. ET/PT: Monster Under the Bridge
9 p.m. ET/PT: Adam Devine’s Secret Shark Lair
10 p.m. ET/PT: Great White Double Trouble

Thursday, August 13

8 p.m. ET/PT: Air Jaws 2020
9 p.m. ET/PT: Sharkadelic Summer
10 p.m. ET/PT: Mako Nation

Friday, August 14

8 p.m. ET/PT: Alien Sharks: First Contact
9 p.m. ET/PT: Lair of the Great White
10 p.m. ET/PT: Tiger Shark King
11 p.m. ET/PT: I Was Prey Shark Week 2

Saturday, August 15

8 p.m. ET/PT: Sharks of Ghost Island
9 p.m. ET/PT: Wicked Sharks
10 p.m. ET/PT: Sharks Gone Wild 3
11 p.m. ET/PT: I Was Prey: Terrors From the Deep

Sunday, August 16

8 p.m. ET/PT: Naked & Afraid of Sharks 2


The easiest way to watch Shark Week 2020 is live on Discovery Channel, but cord-cutters have a few additional streaming options. If you have a valid cable log-in, you can watch Shark Week 2020 live on Discovery Channel via the Discovery GO website. You can also locate a Discovery Channel live stream through the Discovery GO app.

Shark Week fans can also watch Discovery Channel live with an active subscription to Hulu + Live TV, fuboTV, Philo, and YouTube TV. The latter is currently offering a free trial for eligible subscribers, so you can try out YouTube TV and see if you like it before committing.

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Why Hamilton’s Leslie Odom Jr. Almost Walked Out On The Movie



For Leslie Odom Jr., it sounds like the bottom line ended up working out in his favor — at least to the point that he was willing to sign on for the Hamilton movie. That’s good news for fans, both new and old alike, because it means we can enjoy his stunning performance for years to come. It’s available to stream now on Disney+.

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Why the Animaniacs reboot release date is so significant



Considered by Hulu to be its first original family series, the revival will feature the return of Yakko, Wakko, and Dot, alongside several other familiar Animaniacs characters (via The Hollywood Reporter). In Paulson’s interview with Animation Magazine, he confirmed that the series would include fan favorites Pinky and the Brain, Squit, and Dr. Otto Scratchansniff, as well as “new ancillary characters.” 

Alongside Paulson, who originally voiced Yakko, Pinky, and Dr. Scratchansniff, Jess Harnell will return to voice Wakko, Tress MacNeille will voice Dot, and Maurice LaMarche will serve as the voice of both the Brain and Squit for a whole new series of stories.

“The irreverent and at times subversive humor is the same,” Paulson told the magazine. “The Animaniacs are self-aware and know that they have been off the grid for 20 years, and that comes into play.” 

Wellesley Wild, whose past work includes Family Guy and Ted, was tapped as showrunner, but several members of the ’90s cartoon’s original creative team have also returned. Spielberg will once again serve as executive producer. Meanwhile, Steve and Julie Bernstein, who worked on the original show under Emmy-winning composer Richard Stone, will be in charge of music for the revival, which Paulson revealed will feature the “use a 30-piece orchestra for every half hour of the show.” 

A mix of old and new, the Animaniacs reveal will be geared towards reaching its original admirers and those it has picked up in the decades since going off the air. “We have a new showrunner and new writers, who grew up watching the original series,” Paulson told Animation. “What I can tell you is that it is every bit as joyful and hurt-yourself-laughing funny as the original.”

Viewers can find out for themselves when new episodes of Animaniacs hit Hulu on November 20.

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