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Survivor Millennials vs. Gen X, one of Survivor’s best, is now on Netflix

Survivor Millennials vs. Gen X, one of Survivor’s best, is now on Netflix
The Survivor Millennials vs. Gen X cast. (Photo by Monty Brinton/CBS Entertainment)

Survivor season 33, Survivor Millennials vs. Gen X, was a season with a dumb theme that built into one of the better seasons in the show’s history, with an amazing arc for its winner.

And now, it’s streaming on Netflix, more than seven years after it premiered on CBS, in the fall of 2016, it’s now streaming on Netflix.

Also streaming now: another terrific season, Survivor Pearl Islands.

All seasons of Survivor are also on Paramount+, of course, and the show also has its own free channel on Pluto.

While I’d struggle to name people from even the most-recent season of Survivor, season 33 was stacked with great characters and players—I immediately recognize and remember more than half of this cast:

  1. Rachel Ako
  2. Michaela Bradshaw
  3. Sunday Burquest
  4. Jessica “Figgy” Figueroa
  5. Chris Hammons
  6. Lucy Huang
  7. Adam Klein
  8. Bret LaBelle
  9. Jessica Lewis
  10. Ken McNickle
  11. Justin “Jay” Starrett
  12. Michelle Schubert
  13. Hannah Shapiro
  14. Zeke Smith
  15. Taylor Lee Stocker
  16. Mari Takahashi
  17. Ciandre “CeCe” Taylor
  18. Paul Wachter
  19. Will Wahl
  20. David Wright

Season 33 also returned Survivor to its now-permanent home, Fiji.

Whether you’re watching for the first time, or revisiting it, I’ve gathered my Survivor Millennials vs. Gen X recaps together below if you want to read along with my in-the-moment thoughts.

Below that are some notable news stories and analysis from the season. Enjoy!

Survivor Millennials vs. Gen X recaps

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