‘Survivor’ Champion Plans TV Show Based on His Sperm Donor Kids

Dec 14, 2011  •  Post A Comment

A former "Survivor" winner plans to create a television show based on children conceived from his sperm donations, reports the Associated Press.

Richard Hatch, who was freed from prison this week on a tax evasion sentence related to his "Survivor" winnings," said he met a 22-year biological son before he returned to prison in March, the story says. Hatch met the man through the Sibling Donor Registry, which connects children with their donor parents, and the pair took DNA tests to confirm their relationship, the piece adds.

Hatch, who won $1 million as the champion of the first season of “Survivor,” has found another biological child, a 22-year-old woman from Maine, the story says.

Hatch has a production company involved in plans for a TV series, but he declined to name the company, the story says.

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  1. Another perfect show for the bizarro-world of “cable.”
    Ex felon finds future by following his semen.

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