For some reason, Survivor’s winners are just falling down at Rob and Parvati’s feet, instead of just voting them out.
Survivor Winners at War
Jeopardy gave an entire category to Survivor in honor of its 40th season. Here are the answers Jeff Probst gave, and the correct questions.
Two very strong episodes kicked off Survivor’s 40th season as winners went to war, though in very different ways.
“We’re not going to do Edge for a while. I’ve heard people. I got it,” Jeff Probst said. He also said Survivor: Winners at War “will be the best season we’ve ever done.”
Survivor has never done clip shows well, and—while it had some great flashbacks—Survivor at 40: Greatest Moments and Players was no exception.
Jeff Probst explained why he loves the Edge of Extinction, and what he thinks of people who criticize Survivor’s twists.
The average age of Survivor 40’s cast makes it the oldest cast in the history of the show, though its oldest player is a quarter-century younger than Rudy was when he played.
Did Survivor need more twists and advantages and more focus on the Edge of Extinction, especially for season 40? Plus: CBS’s bios for the Survivor season 40 cast.
Survivor at 40: Greatest Moments and Players special will act as a palate cleanser, airing between last fall’s toxic season and season 40, Survivor: Winners at War.
The long-awaited all-winners season of Survivor will arrive in February. Here are all the details we have about Survivor season 40 so far.
Survivor: Winners at War will premiere in February, and have a two-hour premiere.
Survivor 40’s winner will take home the biggest prize in Survivor history: $2 million. On their way to the end, they’ll have received Survivor currency to spend inside the game.
It’s baaack! Yes, perhaps the most reviled twist in the history of Survivor will return for season 40.
Survivor season 40’s all-winner cast has been revealed. Original winner Richard Hatch is not competing, but nearly every winner from seasons 22 to 37 is returning.
The Masked Singer will face off against Survivor this fall and next spring, unless CBS decides to move its venerable reality competition.