"THE AMAZING RACE 10" AND "SURVIVOR: COOK ISLANDS" FINALES TO BE BROADCAST ON BACK-TO-BACK SUNDAYS
"The Amazing Race 10" Crosses the Finish Line on Sunday, Dec. 10;
The "Ultimate Survivor" from the Cook Islands Revealed on Sunday, Dec. 17
The Sunday Night "Survivor: Cook Islands" Finale Will Be Followed By A Live One-Hour Reunion Show From Los Angeles Featuring The Castaways Together For The First Time Since Being In The Cook Islands
The finales for CBS's Emmy Award-winning reality series will be broadcast on consecutive Sundays in December.
THE AMAZING RACE 10 finale will air on Sunday, Dec. 10 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) with the SURVIVOR: COOK ISLAND's finale broadcast on a special night, Sunday, Dec. 17 (8:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Immediately following the SURVIVOR: COOK ISLANDS finale, Jeff Probst will host a live reunion show (10:00-11:00 PM; live ET, delayed PT) from CBS Television City in Los Angeles.
SURVIVOR: COOK ISLANDS began with 20 castaways initially organized into four tribes divided along ethnic lines before merging into two tribes in episode three. For the first time, this "Survivor" finale will begin with five remaining castaways attempting to win the $1 million prize and title of "Ultimate Survivor."