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.
Updates and news on Survivor season 41, which originally planned to air in the fall of 2020 until production on the iconic CBS reality series was shut down until 2021.
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?
A year after Survivor shut down its production, and almost nine months after Survivor host and showrunner Jeff Probst said “We don’t have a plan yet” about resuming production, the long-running CBS reality show is officially starting filming on Survivor season 41 in Fiji.
“We’ve been working on a plan to back get out there in 2021,” Jeff Probst told a fan in December, and now a new report details what’s happening with Survivor seasons 41 and 42.
Inside Survivor has updates on seasons 41 and 42—and a possible season 43.