spoilers: full cast, location, and likely schedule for All-Star Survivor revealed.

spoilers: full cast, location, and likely schedule for All-Star Survivor revealed.
Here’s everything you wanted to know about the players and structure of the forthcoming All-Star Survivor, so cover your eyes if you’re sensitive. SurvivorNews.net has confirmed, it says, the identities of the 18 players, which the Toronto Star republishes, organizing them by season. Not all of the winners will participate, nor are all seasons equally represented. Since there will be two more players than usual, they’ll be divided into three tribes to begin the game. The site also published a calendar with the presumed organization of the game, although most events have question marks next to them. Mark Burnett is coy about the location in an interview with The Age, in which he says that the host country is “closing down the air space and the waterways of the country that we’re going to while we get [the cast] in under cover of darkness and we’re bringing them in with very high security.” SurvivorNews.net says it’s taking place in Panama, while Survivor Maps shows that the game will take place in two separate locations on opposite sides of Panama.

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