The new season of Survivor starts this week! This is the 41st season, and it will premiere on Wednesday, September 27th. There are 20 contestants vying for a million-dollar prize. Some of these people have been on the show before, and others are new to the game. They’re all trying to outwit, outplay and outlast their competitors in order to be crowned Sole Survivor! In this blog post, we’ll provide you with everything that you need to know about Season 41 so that you can watch along with everyone else!
What is the show about?
Survivor is a game where players start on two tribes. These tribes are called Soko and Yawa (sometimes referred to as “Heroes” and “Villains”). During each episode, there’s an immunity challenge that one tribe has to win to avoid being voted off of their island. There are also tribal council meetings where contestants can be eliminated from the game if they don’t have immunity for some reason or another.
What can we expect?
There have been 40 seasons of Survivor so far. We’ve seen some really crazy things happen, from players being kidnapped in the middle of the night to quitting on their own terms and even a contestant enduring a medical evacuation! What are you expecting for Season 41? If this is your first season watching it, then don’t worry about what’s happened before because no one will blame you if you’re wondering how long these episodes last or why they keep talking about “the merge.”
If you want to know more about how the show is formatted and what we can expect from Season 41, then keep reading! This will answer all your questions.
What’s Survivor Season 41 About?
The season premiere will air in just over two months on September 27th, 2018. There are 20 contestants this time around that have been split into three tribes of ten: The Drake Tribe with an orange buff, Malolo with pink buffs, and Naviti tribe with blue buffs. Each episode begins as normal, where they’ll show clips from previous episodes before showing new ones, but there are also some twists to keep things interesting. For example, Episode One starts by introducing the three tribes followed by five minutes of footage only seen at Tribal Councils, while later episodes will start on day one of the competition!
More about the current season:
The two tribes in Season 41 are called “Nuku” and “Aitu.” Nuku has eight members, while Aitu only has five players. All but one cast member will be returning from previous seasons! This means that you’ll get a chance to see former favorites like Sandra Diaz-Twine (Pearl Islands), Bobby Jon Drinkard (Palau), and Eliza Orlins (Vanuatu). There’s also some new blood this year with Albert Destrade as well as Andrea Boehlke, both of whom are playing for the first time!
Who Be Will on Survivor Season 41?
The full cast list hasn’t been announced yet, but we know that a few contestants were on the show before. There are also some new faces this time around, including Rosie from The Bachelor and Corinne Kaplan, who won season 19 of Big Brother!
What is the plot of the new season?
The new season will have three tribes, each with ten people. The Naviti tribe has a blue buff and represents the west coast of Fiji, while the Malolo tribe is wearing yellow buffs representing Polynesia to the east. There’s an orange-colored buff for the Yanuya tribe, which is in between on Vava’u Island off northern Tonga.
Each episode begins as normal, where they’ll show clips from previous episodes before showing new ones, but there are also some twists to keep things interesting. For example, Episode One starts by introducing the three tribes, followed by five minutes of footage only seen at Tribal Councils.
Release date of season 41:
An official release date has yet to be announced for Survivor season 41. However, we did get word from the television network that the newest season will air sometime in fall 2021. Check out this tweet from CBS’ official Twitter:
We’re definitely counting down the days until we can see Jeff Probst once again on our screens, and we know you are too!
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