'Survivor: Caramoan' Winner Revealed
Jeff Probst announced the winner of the $1 million prize during Sunday night's finale.
Another Survivor champ has been crowned.
The winner of the CBS reality series' 26th season, Survivor: Caramoan -- Fans vs. Favorites, was revealed live in front of a studio audience Sunday night during the finale.
[Warning: Spoilers ahead!]
Host Jeff Probst announced that John Cochran beat out Dawn Meehan and Sherri Biethman for the $1 million prize. Cochran, a 25-year-old Harvard law student who lives in Washington, D.C., appeared to earn all of the eight possible votes to take the win.
Cochran was one of the 10 "favorites" that returned to play Survivor. On his previous season, Survivor: South Pacific, Cochran made it to the jury as the 13th castaway voted out. He also mounted a huge turnaround from his first season to win four individual challenges.
Meanwhile, returning player Malcolm Freberg took home the van-voted Sprint player of the season award, which carries a $100,000 prize.
Probst also revealed during the live finale that the next edition will be subtitled "Blood vs. Water" and begins shooting soon, but he didn't divulge more details.
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