'Survivor: Caramoan' Winner Revealed

Jeff Probst announced the winner of the $1 million prize during Sunday night's finale.
Jeff Probst

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!]

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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. 

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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.