Survivor 41’s cast was announced, and so were a bunch of details about the changes that Jeff Probst and the production are making to our beloved show. As usual, I’m freaking out about several of them!
Stranded contestants compete for $1 million on the iconic and groundbreaking CBS reality show.
CBS started airing a new promo for Survivor 41 this week, and it’s tonally different than the show’s usual advertising, as it’s very mysterious—and doesn’t even mention the show’s name.
Jeff Probst said Survivor 41 will be the “dawn of a new era” and “Survivor 2.0” because it’s “a brand-new game.” But what is actually changing? Here’s what we know so far.
CBS has announced the Survivor 41 premiere date and the Big Brother 23 finale date, which are different days this year, plus the Tough As Nails season 3 finale date.
Reports say Survivor is dropping the number of days the players will play the game, and also dropping its themed subtitles, such as “Game Changers,” “Ghost Island,” and “Edge of Extinction.” Will it also lose those themes?
This collection of my Survivor Borneo recaps explores the strategy, challenges, and events of CBS’s Survivor season one, which introduced us to Richard Hatch, Sue Hawk, Rudy Boesch, Kelly Wiglesworth, Gervase Peterson, Colleen Haskell, and the other players in a game that changed television forever.
This collection of my Survivor: The Australian Outback recaps explores the strategy, challenges, and events of CBS’s Survivor season two, which introduced us to Tina Wesson, Colby Donaldson, Jerri Manthey, Elisabeth Filarski, Amber Brkich, Mike Skupin, Rodger Bingham, Alicia Calaway, Kimmi Kappenberg, and other members of the Ogakor and Kucha tribes.