67 episodes

Three Survivor experts talk about the history of the show, and attempt to chronicle its most significant historical moments

The Survivor Historian Podcasts Mario J. Lanza

    • TV & Film
    • 4.6, 131 Ratings

Three Survivor experts talk about the history of the show, and attempt to chronicle its most significant historical moments

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
131 Ratings
131 Ratings
sea.elle.jay. ,

Endless laughs, learning, and impressions.

I love survivor. I geek out hard over this show. I was always a closeted survivor fan! Not many people these days, especially those my age (mid-twenties) are still obsessed over this show.

So the survivor historians is the perfect place to get your fix!

My favorite part is the tid bits that they share that I didn’t or couldn’t have understood watching as a youngin’.

This is a MUST for anyone who is interested in survivor. It is imperative that you understand where the show came from, to understand where we are today!

hbeau11 ,

Wish I could score hosts individually!

I have been watchin the entire series of survivor for the first time. I started watching the show in the late 20s of seasons, so it is my first time seeing all of the early seasons. This podcast is a pretty good companion. Mike Bloom might be my favorite survivor commentator of all time... Maybe tied with Josh Wiggler?? I also love Jay and Paul, but I seriously with I could cut out any parts of Mario talking. He is so full of himself, and he always thinks how he felt at the time of episodes airing was how everyone felt. He favors survivors he has met or talked to online. He always thinks his opinion is most important. He is insufferable. The best episodes of this podcast are when someone else takes the lead.

Pwilly ,

Love the banter

Mike just schools Paul constantly, it's so funny!
Mario is brilliant and hilarious.
Jay tries way to hard. He takes a long time to say absolutely nothing.

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