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Those looking for cast
info or recaps - please see the links above.
7/11/04 - Check the news
- the show is airing - just not in the USA
5/13/04 - Check the NEWS
- looks like its coming back (5/21 - err - or not??).
4/20/04 - I will not be
updating this page until Fox has put the show back on the air - I will
continue to post any news about the show I find on my " News"
The show was created by
the creators of Paradise Hotel
so it has some similarities.
4/13 Fox has pulled Forever
Eden and may finish the show up this summer. See NEWS
4/10 Check the various areas
for specific info - I continue to update them. News,
Recaps, and Cast Info
3/29 - Fox has moved the show
to Fridays beginning this week - see the news area
3/27 - A hint that maybe banished
guests will return - see the news area.
Another good article today
(3/15) check out the news area - lots of inside
details on the way the show runs.
Looks like the show is being
filmed in Jamaica - see the News Area for details
and a link to an article.
The show will normally run
on Thursdays although the premire will be (was) on March 1st and 2nd following
American Idol. ( update - this seems to have changed - might be on Monday's
The initial (I
was wrong there) cast
featured 6 women and 5 men, meaning a woman should be the first to go.
Players pick off one of their
own each week. “Forever Eden” calls this a “banishment."
Contestants earn $4,000 in
gold coins for each week they remain (for gold coins).
They get to keep it all only
if they survive 10 weeks (and agree to stay longer).
If they're booted, they lose
half the money which they give to people that remain.
If they leave on their own,
they lose all of it.
The show is being advertised
as lasting "forever," but Fox has only commited to 25 episodes which
means it should run for at least six months
Once someone is kicked off,
he or she is replaced the next day.
The lag time between filming
and air time is about a week.
The show currently (2/27/04)
has eight people on standby.
Producers visited 18 cities
to find contestants.
No one who is married or has
children is allowed to participate.
The contestants are cut off
from their previous lives and have no access to telephones, television,
newspapers or the Internet.