From 1998 to 2001, he also hosted the VH1 series Rock & Roll Jeopardy!
and was s contributor for the syndicated program Access.
From 2000, he began hosting popular international reality competition show "Survivor," which has been nominated and won several awards and was the long-running program on CBS, derived from the Swedish television series Expedition Robinson.’ because a few mosquitoes were swarming around his head.He’d have the crew spray him – and him only – with bug spray before he’d continue. He didn’t sign up to sit in his own filth, get bitten by bugs and starve. They’re all there to win the million bucks and get famous, so why not make fun of them for the being fame whores they truly are?Probst is already looking forward to next season of Survivor and gave us a tiny peek of last night’s episode.Season 36 will be known as Survivor: Ghost Island, and in Jeff Probst’s words, it’s “the graveyard for bad Survivor decisions.” Survivor returns in the spring on CBS, and we can’t wait to see what Jeff Probst and his crew have in store for us next season!