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Survivor is a U.S. reality-based competition television show, based on the Swedish television series Expedition Robinson created by Charlie Parsons in 1997. It premiered on May 31, 2000, and is currently hosted by Jeff Probst.

The United States version is produced by Survivor Entertainment Group, a joint company created by the television network CBS and Executive Producer Mark Burnett.

The series airs on Wednesdays (formerly Thursdays) at 8:00 pm during the fall and spring.


An instant hit in the United States, the first eleven seasons of Survivor regularly rated among the top ten most-watched television shows. The show is considered the pioneer of the reality television genre, being the first highly rated and profitable reality show on television, and often considered to be one of the best shows during the 2000s.[1][2][3]

The show has regularly been nominated for various Emmy Awards, such as Outstanding Cinematography for Reality Programming and Outstanding Picture Editing for Reality Programming. Jeff Probst has won four consecutive years for Outstanding Host for a Reality or Reality-Competition Program. Survivor has also won a GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Reality Program, for the show's handling of an incident between Jeff Varner and Zeke Smith in Survivor: Game Changers.[4]

Starting with Survivor: Island of the Idols, Canadian citizens are eligible to apply for the show. Prior to this, dual-citizen Americans had to give up their non-American citizenship for legal reasons to earn their winnings, though the only known case of a castaway doing so is Todd Herzog in Survivor: China.[5]


Main article: Twist

Similar to the original Expedition Robinson, sixteen to twenty people, referred to as "castaways" or "survivors", split into two or more groups, referred to as "tribes", would be taken to a remote location, most often tropical, and forced to live off the land for the duration of the game. Every so often, the tribes would meet together to compete for reward, usually items to improve island living conditions or meals, or for immunity from being voted out at Tribal Council.

Usually signalling the halfway point of the season, the competing tribes would form one final tribe in an event called the merge. At this point, the castaways would start competing in challenges individually (though some post-merge Reward Challenges may divide the remaining castaways into teams). At least one person will win individual immunity in the form of a necklace, preventing that castaway from being voted out at the next Tribal Council. Most castaways eliminated after the merge will begin forming the jury. Once the season gets down to the Final Two or Final Three, the finalists will plead their case to the jury. The jury will then cast their vote for the castaway they consider should be the Sole Survivor, in addition to the $1 million prize.

Since the original format in Survivor: Borneo (two tribes of eight, merge at ten, jury at nine, and Final Two), the game has introduced several twists to keep players on their toes and to make the season more exciting and fresh to the audience.

Division of Tribes[]

Main article: Tribe

Number of Members per Tribe[]

"Versus"/Themed Seasons[]

As per the consensus of the producers, a batch of contestants could be sorted into tribes with a common theme, sometimes based on the cast's personal attributes. Some seasons have contestants be joined with returning players, all of which have certain similar attributes.


Main article: Merge

Usually occurring near the halfway point of the season, the merge sees the dissolution of any tribes in the game, with all remaining players forming a new tribe, and the challenges going from tribal to individual.

Fake Merge[]

Main article: Fake Merge

Only used in Survivor: Thailand, this twist saw Chuay Gahn and Sook Jai under the impression that they had merged, until the following Immunity Challenge, where Jeff Probst revealed that the tribes had not actually merged.

Delayed Merge[]

A delayed merge is when the merge occurs with less than ten castaways remaining. The first delayed merge occurred in Survivor: Thailand, due to the advent of the Fake Merge delaying the actual merger to when eight castaways remained. To date Thailand is currently the only season to merge at eight. The delayed merges in Survivor: All-Stars, Survivor: Cook Islands, and Survivor: Gabon were done with nine remaining.

Early Merge[]

An early merge is when the merge occurs with more than ten castaways remaining. The first early merge occurred in Survivor: Samoa, merging with twelve castaways remaining. Since Survivor: Nicaragua, merging with eleven or more castaways has become the norm, with some seasons merging as early as the final thirteen.

Earn the Merge[]

Main article: Earn the Merge

Since Survivor 41, once the pre-merge phase is over, the tribes abandon their colors and are divided into two teams of equal members. The winning team will earn their merge Buff. The rest of the castaways, the losing team, do not earn the merge until one of them is voted out.

Finalist and Jury composition[]

Tribe Switch[]

Main article: Tribe Switch

First introduced in Africa, a Tribe Switch reassigns castaways into new tribe compositions. Tribe Switches can occur at any point in the game.

There are a few variations of a Tribe Switch:

  • A swap occurs when the number of members switched from each tribe are even.
  • A shuffle is when a tribe can consist of any number of members from either tribe.
  • A mutiny is when castaway(s) are offered to voluntarily switch tribes.
  • An absorption occurs during three tribe seasons. This is when one tribe is dissolved and spread among the other two tribes without the other two tribes' members switching tribes.
  • A conquering is when the remaining members of one tribe are absorbed into another tribe, where the season has no merge.
  • A disbanding is when one or more tribes are dissolved with all remaining castaways in the game being shuffled into new tribes.
  • An expansion is when a third tribe is introduced in a season starting with two tribes, with all remaining castaways being shuffled into new tribes.

Tribe Raid[]

Main article: Tribe Raid

First introduced in Survivor: Marquesas, a Tribe Raid allows one tribe to raid another tribe's camp for a short period of time to take as many items as they can. While used in Marquesas, Survivor: Tocantins, and Survivor: Cagayan once, in Survivor: Pearl Islands, Survivor 43, and Survivor 45, after a Reward Challenge one person from the winning tribe would be sent to the losing tribe to take one item from their campsite.

Schoolyard Pick[]

Main article: Schoolyard Pick

In Survivor: Thailand, Survivor: Palau, and Survivor: Gabon, a Schoolyard Pick was used to determine the tribes. In Thailand and Gabon, the oldest man and oldest woman would select the tribes. In Palau the man and woman who found the Immunity Necklaces would pick their tribes, with one man and one woman being unselected in the process, eliminating them from the game. Schoolyard Picks have also been used in Tribe Switches to determine the new tribes.

Buried Treasure[]

Main article: Buried Treasure

Buried Treasure is a twist that allows tribes to find a lucrative reward hidden in their campsite. When first used in Survivor: Pearl Islands, the tribes would win clues to the location of the chest after a Reward Challenge. In Survivor: All-Stars, the tribes were given a chest with three locks whose keys were hidden. Winning Reward Challenges would earn tribes clues to where one of the keys are hidden.


Main article: Kidnapping

Kidnapping is the right to take one member of the opposing tribe for a short period of time. This twist was first used in Survivor: Pearl Islands, where the winner of the Day 12 Immunity Challenge would kidnap one member of the losing tribe until after the following Reward Challenge, skipping Tribal Council. Survivor: All-Stars and Survivor: Cook Islands would use this twist, though only the kidnapped castaway would simply skip Tribal Council. Survivor: China would use this twist throughout the pre-merge, where a castaway would be kidnapped after each Reward Challenge and be given a clue to their kidnapper's Hidden Immunity Idol, returning at the next Immunity Challenge. Survivor: Samoa would use a similar twist called Observing, where the winning tribe's leader would send someone to observe the losing tribe. Similar to China, the observer would be sent after a Reward Challenge and return to their tribe at the Immunity Challenge.

Previously Eliminated Castaways[]

A few seasons have made it possible for eliminated castaways to reenter the game.

The Outcasts[]

Main article: The Outcasts

Only used in Survivor: Pearl Islands, the Outcasts would see the first six castaways eliminated from the seasons compete for a chance to reenter the game. If the Outcasts could finish the Immunity Challenge before either Drake or Morgan, they would be eligible to vote at least one of them back into the game. If they finished last, no one from the Outcasts would return.

Redemption Island[]

Main article: Redemption Island (twist)

First introduced in Survivor: Redemption Island, Redemption Island would see eliminated castaways compete in duels to reenter the game at one of two points: the merge or Day 36. In Redemption Island, only one castaway would be eliminated from each Redemption Island duel, except for the final reentry duel, where only one person could reenter the game. In Survivor: South Pacific, group duels were rehashed so only one castaway could continue on. In Survivor: Blood vs. Water, three castaways would compete in each duel, with only one castaway being eliminated per duel, except for the two reentry duels. In addition, loved ones would be able to switch out, putting themselves on Redemption Island in place of their loved one.

Edge of Extinction[]

Main article: Edge of Extinction (twist)

First introduced in Survivor: Edge of Extinction, the Edge of Extinction allows castaways to wait for an opportunity to reenter the game, either at the merge or on Day 35. After each castaway is eliminated, up until there are six in the main game, they will be given the option to go to the Edge of Extinction or finish their journey, permanently eliminating them from the game. While on the Edge of Extinction, a castaway may quit by hoisting a white flag. Unlike Redemption Island, castaways are not permanently eliminated until the second reentry duel. Any castaway who is on the Edge of Extinction after the merge is a part of the jury.

Tribal Council-Related[]

There have been a few twists utilizing Tribal Council.

Double Tribal Council[]

Main article: Double Tribal Council

A Double Tribal Council is when both pre-merge tribes are informed that they will both be voting someone out on the same night in back-to-back Tribal Councils. This twist is usually used in seasons with more than sixteen castaways. First introduced in Survivor: Pearl Islands, for the Outcasts finishing first, Drake and Morgan would both vote out one member of their tribe, however only Drake would end up voting, as Osten Taylor quit at Morgan's Tribal Council. In Survivor: Vanuatu the twist would take its more familiar form, where one tribe would win reward (usually in the form of food and watching the other tribe's Tribal Council), and at least one person having individual immunity. In Survivor: Winners at War and Survivor 41, the twist was used with three tribes; the first place tribe would win immunity, while the two losing tribes were both required to vote someone out at Tribal Council.

Double Elimination[]

Main article: Double Elimination

A Double Elimination is where one tribe attends Tribal Council to vote two people out consecutively. This twist was first used in Survivor: Cook Islands, where the tribe that lost a particular Immunity Challenge was given a message in the bottle and were informed they were to vote another castaway out immediately. In Survivor: Redemption Island and Survivor: South Pacific, this twist occurred post-merge, and an impromptu Immunity Challenge was conducted between the vote. In Survivor: Ghost Island, Survivor: Island of the Idols, Survivor 41, Survivor 42, Survivor 43, and Survivor 45, the merged tribe was split into two temporary teams, with each team having one person with immunity, and voting out one person.

Joint Tribal Council[]

Main article: Joint Tribal Council

A Joint Tribal Council is where two tribes attend Tribal Council to vote out one, single castaway, and usually occurs when three tribes are in play. The two tribes are not given any time before Tribal Council to interact with one another, and this often results in a live Tribal Council. This twist was first used in Survivor: Game Changers, and later in Survivor: Edge of Extinction. Survivor: Samoa and Survivor: One World saw both of its pre-merge tribes attend Tribal Council together, but in both instances, it was to inform the castaways on the status of an evacuated castaway and in One World to inform the tribes of the merge.

Exile Island[]

Main article: Exile Island (twist)

First introduced in Survivor: Palau as a one-time twist, Exile Island sees a castaway being banished to a secluded island for a short period of time. Exile Island would first appear as a season-long twist in Survivor: Panama, where the Hidden Immunity Idol is hidden. Since then a few tweaks to the twist have been implemented, such as exiling one person from each tribe (used in Survivor: Micronesia, Survivor: Tocantins, and Survivor: San Juan del Sur), the choice between idle comfort or idol protection (used in Survivor: Gabon), or Hero Duels, where one person from each tribe would compete in a duel for reward, with the loser being exiled, along with someone from the opposing tribe, (used in San Juan del Sur). If a Tribe Switch occurs with an uneven number of people, the odd-person out may be exiled, joining the tribe that loses a member after the next Tribal Council.

Ghost Island[]

Main article: Ghost Island (twist)

Ghost Island is a variant on Exile Island. Similar to Exile Island, a castaway is banished to Ghost Island for a short amount of time. While on Ghost Island, an advantage may be available for the exiled to find, based on objects that were linked to previous Survivor mistakes or bad moves. If an advantage is available, a castaway may wager their vote for a chance to get the advantage. If they fail to make the right choice, they will be unable to vote at their next Tribal Council.

Island of the Idols[]

Main article: Island of the Idols (twist)

Island of the Idols is a variant on Exile Island. Similar to Exile Island, a castaway is banished to Island of the Idols for a short amount of time. On the island are a pair of former Survivor winners, to help coach the castaway exiled in an aspect of Survivor. If they wish to, they may compete in a Mentors' Challenge to apply what they have learned. If they decide to compete and win, they will earn an advantage. If they lose the challenge, they will lose their next vote at their next Tribal Council.

Hidden Immunity Idol[]

Main article: Hidden Immunity Idol

First introduced in Survivor: Guatemala, the Hidden Immunity Idol grants protection for the person who finds it. In Guatemala, the idol had to be played before the votes were cast and worked similar to the Immunity Necklace, granting a person immunity at the Tribal Council it was used. In Survivor: Panama and Survivor: Cook Islands, the Hidden Immunity Idol could be played after all the votes are read, negating all votes against the user, and eliminating the person with the second-highest number of votes. This type of idol is often referred to as the Super Idol. A super idol would be hidden post-merge in Survivor: Cagayan and at the marooning in Survivor: Heroes vs. Healers vs. Hustlers. Survivor: Kaôh Rōng would allow a person to combine two idols to form a super idol. Starting in Survivor: Fiji the Hidden Immunity Idol could only be played after the votes were cast, but before they are read, negating any votes cast against the user, but also making it possible for an idol to be wasted.

Challenge Advantage[]

Main article: Challenge Advantage

A Challenge Advantage is a one-time advantage that gives the user an advantage in an upcoming challenge. The advantage first appeared in a Survivor Auction in Survivor: Guatemala. Most Challenge Advantages are usually used for an upcoming individual Immunity Challenge, though one was offered in Survivor: Game Changers as part of the Advantage Menu for an upcoming tribal Immunity Challenge. Survivor: Edge of Extinction saw advantages to practice for the upcoming reentry duels, in addition to an advantage that allows the user to penalize someone at the first reentry duel.

First Impressions[]

Main article: First Impressions

The First Impressions twist sees voting a castaway out on Day 1. First introduced in Survivor: Tocantins, the castaways were not actually voted-out but instead flown out ahead to their tribe's campsite, where they were given the dilemma of searching for a Hidden Immunity Idol or to build a shelter before the others arrived. In Survivor: Blood vs. Water, the First Impressions twist was used to immediately eliminate these castaways and send them to Redemption Island, for a chance to return to the game. In Survivor: Cagayan, this twist was used in conjunction with the Tribe Leader twist, where the leaders would select someone they think are the weakest. Similar to Tocantins, the castaways were not actually voted out, but instead flown out ahead and given the dilemma of a clue to a Hidden Immunity Idol or an extra bag of rice.

Tribe Leader[]

Main article: Tribe Leader

The Tribe Leader twist sees the tribe vote for someone to be its leader and make decisions. First introduced in Survivor: Samoa, the tribe leaders were used to make decisions challenge assignments, sit-outs, observers, etc. and given a necklace to signify them as leaders. If a leader is eliminated, the tribe must elect a new one. When used in Survivor: Cagayan, Survivor: Worlds Apart, and Survivor: Ghost Island, the leaders were only shown performing their duties on Day 1 (though the existence of a chore chart in Ghost Island might suggest otherwise[6]).

Medallion of Power[]

Main article: Medallion of Power

Only used in Survivor: Nicaragua, the Medallion of Power would give the tribe that used it an advantage in the challenge of their choice. Once the tribe uses it, the Medallion of Power is given to the opposing tribe. The Medallion of Power was retired after the Tribe Switch.

One World[]

Main article: One World (twist)

The One World twist has opposing tribes living together for a determined period of time. The twist first appeared in Survivor: Thailand in conjunction with the Fake Merge twist, where Chuay Gahn and Sook Jai were assumed to be merged. Survivor: Palau and Survivor: Fiji would implement this twist, where the castaways lived together until the tribes were properly formed. Survivor: One World would implement twist, seeing the Manono and Salani tribes living together until the Tribe Switch.

Day Zero[]

Main article: Day Zero

Day Zero is only used in Blood vs. Water seasons where loved ones are secluded for a twelve-hour period before the game begins.

Voting Advantages[]

Some seasons have included advantages that involve votes.

Extra Vote[]

Main article: Extra Vote

The Extra Vote was introduced in Survivor: Worlds Apart, allowing a castaway to vote twice in one Tribal Council. In Survivor: Heroes vs. Healers vs. Hustlers and Survivor 44, the finder would have to abstain from the immediate Tribal Council to gain the power, taking the extra parchment to vote at a future Tribal Council. Starting in Survivor: Ghost Island, the castaway didn't need to announce the use of the advantage, and would instead just use it in the voting booth.

Vote Steal[]

Main article: Vote Steal

The Vote Steal was introduced in Survivor: Cambodia. Similar to the Extra Vote, it allows a castaway to vote twice but does so by stealing another castaway's vote, preventing them from voting. In Survivor 44, this advantage was called Control a Vote, being introduced and used at the final 10, where one castaway who was immune controlled the vote of another castaway.

Vote Blocker[]

Main article: Vote Blocker

The Vote Blocker, similar to the Vote Steal, prevents a castaway from voting but does not allow the user to vote an additional time. The Vote Blocker was first introduced in Survivor: Heroes vs. Healers vs. Hustlers, where the holder of the advantage would have to block one vote at the next Tribal Council regardless if the holder's tribe attended Tribal Council or not. In Survivor: Island of the Idols, the Vote Blocker was changed to work more closely to other advantages, having the holder to inform that they are using the advantage and on who, and can be used at any Tribal Council until its expiration.

Juror Removal[]

Main article: Juror Removal

Only used in Survivor: Kaôh Rōng, the Juror Removal allows the user to eliminate one member of the jury.

Legacy Advantage[]

Main article: Legacy Advantage

The Legacy Advantage is an advantage that is found early in the game, only for its power to be used at a later date. Currently, the Legacy Advantage works like a Hidden Immunity Idol. Unlike other advantages, if a castaway is voted out with the Legacy Advantage in their possession, the eliminated castaway must will it over to someone currently in the game. When the advantage was introduced in Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X, it could only be used when six people remain in the game. Starting in Survivor: Game Changers, the Legacy Advantage could be used when either thirteen or six people remain in the game.

Reward Steal[]

Main article: Reward Steal

The Reward Steal allows a castaway to steal a reward to claim it for themselves or for their tribe. This twist was first introduced in Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X and later used as part of the Advantage Menu in Survivor: Edge of Extinction.

Advantage Menu[]

Main article: Advantage Menu

The Advantage Menu is an advantage that offers the holder one of three options. It was first introduced in Survivor: Game Changers, where John Cochran offered the exiled Debbie Wanner a fake Hidden Immunity Idol kit, an Extra Vote, or an advantage for her tribe at the next Immunity Challenge. In Survivor: Edge of Extinction, the Advantage menu offered a Reward Steal, an Extra Vote, or the advantage's use as a Hidden Immunity Idol, and could only be used up until the third Tribal Council.

Idol Nullifier[]

Main article: Idol Nullifier

Introduced in Survivor: David vs. Goliath, the Idol Nullifier negates the use of a Hidden Immunity Idol. The advantage can only be played at the voting booth, where the user must state who the Idol Nullifier is to be used on. If the user correctly guesses that person will use a Hidden Immunity Idol on themselves or have an idol played for them, the advantage will be revealed, negating the idol. The Idol Nullifier will not be revealed if the user guessed incorrectly.

Shot in the Dark[]

Main article: Shot in the Dark

Starting in Survivor 41, all castaways will be provided with a six-sided die, representing the Shot in the Dark. If the castaway thought they'd be in trouble, they'll use this die inside the voting booth, inserting it in a special box, and selecting one scroll from a bag. By using the Shot in the Dark, the castaway will have to give up their vote. The Shot in the Dark had a one in six chance at saving the castaway.

Knowledge is Power[]

Main article: Knowledge is Power

Introduced in Survivor 41, this advantage allows the user to steal any advantage they wish, provided they ask the holder of the advantage the correct question. If they don't ask the correct person, or they don't ask for the correct advantage, the advantage will be rendered useless.

Do or Die[]

Main article: Do or Die (twist)

First used in Survivor 41, the person who placed last in the Immunity Challenge will be forced to play this game at Tribal Council. The castaway will pick one of three boxes, with one box granting them Immunity, and the other two boxes eliminating them from the game.

Inheritance Advantage[]

Appearing in Survivor 44, the holder would use it in the voting booth. If any advantages were used in that Tribal Council, the holder will get all of the advantages for their own use.


Viewership Note: Starting in the 2013-2014 series rankings (Blood vs. Water and Cagayan) and ending in the 2018-2019 series rankings (David vs. Goliath and Edge of Extinction), the two seasons aired in that time were listed under Survivor, rather than separately.

Season Tribes Number of Castaways Filming Location Filming Dates Season Run Sole Survivor Viewership
16 Pulau Tiga, Sabah, Borneo, Malaysia March 13, 2000 - April 20, 2000 May 31, 2000 - August 23, 2000 S1 richard t
Richard Hatch
The Australian Outback
16 Herbert River, Goshen Station, Queensland, Australia October 23, 2000 - December 3, 2000 January 28, 2001 - May 3, 2001 S2 tina t
Tina Wesson
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Moto Maji
16 Shaba National Reserve, Kenya July 11, 2001 - August 18, 2001 October 11, 2001 - January 10, 2002 S3 ethan t
Ethan Zohn
Marquesas NB
16 Nuku Hiva, Marquesas Islands, French Polynesia, France November 12, 2001 - December 20, 2001 February 28, 2002 - May 19, 2002 S4 vecepia t
Vecepia Towery
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Chuay Gahn
Sook Jai
Chuay Jai
16 Ko Tarutao, Satun Province, Thailand June 10, 2002 - July 18, 2002 September 19, 2002 - December 19, 2002 S5 brian t
Brian Heidik
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The Amazon
16 Rio Negro, Amazonas, Brazil November 7, 2002 - December 15, 2002 February 13, 2003 - May 11, 2003 S6 jenna t
Jenna Morasca
Pearl Islands
The Outcasts
16 Isla del Rey,[12] Pearl Islands, Panama June 23, 2003 - July 31, 2003 September 18, 2003 - December 14, 2003 S7 sandra t
Sandra Diaz-Twine
Mogo Mogo
Chaboga Mogo
18 Pearl Islands, Panama November 3, 2003 - December 11, 2003 February 1, 2004 - May 9, 2004 S8 amber t
Amber Brkich
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18 Efate, Shefa Province, Vanuatu June 28, 2004 - August 5, 2004 September 16, 2004 - December 12, 2004 S9 chris t
Chris Daugherty
Palau NB
20 Koror, Palau October 27, 2004 - December 4, 2004 February 17, 2005 - May 15, 2005 S10 tom t
Tom Westman
18 Laguna Yaxhá, Yaxhá-Nakúm-Naranjo National Park, Petén, Guatemala June 27, 2005 - August 4, 2005 September 15, 2005 - December 11, 2005 S11 danni t
Danni Boatwright
La Mina
16 Pearl Islands, Panama October 31, 2005 - December 8, 2005 February 2, 2006 - May 14, 2006 S12 aras t
Aras Baskauskas
Cook Islands
Puka Puka
20 Aitutaki, Cook Islands June 26, 2006 - August 3, 2006 September 14, 2006 - December 17, 2006 S13 yul t
Yul Kwon
Bula Bula
19 Macuata, Vanua Levu, Fiji October 30, 2006 - December 7, 2006 February 8, 2007 - May 13, 2007 S14 earl t
Earl Cole
Fei Long
Zhan Hu
Hae Da Fung
16 Zhelin Reservoir, Jiujiang, Jiangxi, China June 25, 2007 - August 2, 2007 September 20, 2007 - December 16, 2007 S15 todd t
Todd Herzog
20 Koror, Palau October 29, 2007 - December 6, 2007 February 7, 2008 - May 11, 2008 S16 parvati t
Parvati Shallow
18 Wonga-Wongue Presidential Reserve, Estuaire Province, Gabon June 23, 2008 - July 31, 2008 September 25, 2008 - December 14, 2008 S17 bob t
Bob Crowley
16 Jalapão, Tocantins, Brazil November 2, 2008 - December 10, 2008 February 12, 2009 - May 17, 2009 S18 jt t
J.T. Thomas
Foa Foa
20 Upolu, Samoa June 11, 2009 - July 19, 2009 September 17, 2009 - December 20, 2009 S19 natalie t
Natalie White
Heroes vs. Villains
Yin Yang
20 August 9, 2009 - September 16, 2009 February 11, 2010 - May 16, 2010 S20 sandra t
Sandra Diaz-Twine
La Flor
20 San Juan del Sur, Rivas, Nicaragua June 14, 2010 - July 22, 2010 September 15, 2010 - December 19, 2010 S21 fabio t
Fabio Birza
Redemption Island
18 August 16, 2010 - September 23, 2010 February 16, 2011 - May 15, 2011 S22 rob t
Rob Mariano
South Pacific
Te Tuna
18 Upolu, Samoa May 30, 2011 - July 7, 2011 September 14, 2011 - December 18, 2011 S23 sophie t
Sophie Clarke
One World
18 August 1, 2011 - September 8, 2011 February 15, 2012 - May 13, 2012 S24 kim t
Kim Spradlin
18 Caramoan, Camarines Sur, Philippines March 17, 2012 - April 25, 2012 September 19, 2012 - December 16, 2012 S25 denise t
Denise Stapley
Enil Edam
20 May 21, 2012 - June 28, 2012 February 13, 2013 - May 12, 2013 S26 cochran t
John Cochran
Blood vs. Water
20 Palaui Island, Santa Ana, Cagayan, Philippines May 19, 2013 - June 27, 2013 September 18, 2013 - December 15, 2013 S27 tyson t
Tyson Apostol
18 July 11, 2013 - August 18, 2013 February 26, 2014 - May 21, 2014 S28 tony t
Tony Vlachos
San Juan del Sur
18 San Juan del Sur, Rivas, Nicaragua June 2, 2014 - July 10, 2014 September 24, 2014 - December 17, 2014 S29 natalie t
Natalie Anderson
Worlds Apart
18 August 4, 2014 - September 11, 2014 February 25, 2015 - May 20, 2015 S30 mike t
Mike Holloway
Ta Keo
20 Koh Rong, Cambodia May 31, 2015 - July 8, 2015 September 23, 2015 - December 16, 2015 S31 jeremy t
Jeremy Collins
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Kaôh Rōng
Chan Loh
To Tang
18 March 30, 2015 - May 7, 2015 February 17, 2016 - May 18, 2016 S32 michele t
Michele Fitzgerald
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Millennials vs. Gen X
20 Mamanuca Islands, Fiji April 4, 2016 - May 12, 2016 September 21, 2016 - December 14, 2016 S33 adam t
Adam Klein
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Game Changers
Maku Maku
20 June 6, 2016 - July 14, 2016 March 8, 2017 - May 24, 2017 S34 sarah t
Sarah Lacina
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Heroes vs. Healers vs. Hustlers
18 April 3, 2017 - May 11, 2017 September 27, 2017 - December 20, 2017 S35 ben t
Ben Driebergen
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Ghost Island
20 June 5, 2017 - July 13, 2017 February 28, 2018 - May 23, 2018 S36 wendell t
Wendell Holland
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David vs. Goliath
20 March 29, 2018 - May 6, 2018 September 26, 2018 - December 19, 2018 S37 nick t
Nick Wilson
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Edge of Extinction
18 May 31, 2018 - July 8, 2018 February 20, 2019 - May 15, 2019 S38 chris t
Chris Underwood
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Island of the Idols
20 March 21, 2019 - April 28, 2019 September 25, 2019 - December 18, 2019 S39 tommy t
Tommy Sheehan
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Winners at War
20 May 22, 2019 - June 29, 2019 February 12, 2020 - May 13, 2020 S40 tony t
Tony Vlachos
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Survivor 41
18 April 15, 2021 - May 10, 2021 September 22, 2021 - December 15, 2021 S41 erika t
Erika Casupanan
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Survivor 42
Kula Kula
18 May 16, 2021 - June 10, 2021 March 9, 2022 - May 25, 2022 S42 maryanne t
Maryanne Oketch
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Survivor 43
18 May 2, 2022 - May 27, 2022 September 21, 2022 - December 14, 2022 S43 gabler t
Mike Gabler
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Survivor 44
Va Va
18 June 5, 2022 - June 30, 2022 March 1, 2023 - May 24, 2023 S44 yam yam t
Yam Yam Arocho
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Survivor 45
18 April 16, 2023 - May 11, 2023 September 27, 2023 - December 21, 2023 S45 dee t
Dee Valladares
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Survivor 46
18 June 1, 2023 - June 26, 2023 February 28, 2024 - May 22, 2024 S46 kenzie t
Kenzie Petty
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Survivor 47
TBD 18 May 13, 2024 - June 7, 2024 TBD TBD TBA


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