The fall edition, filmed in Fiji, features 20 castaways who will be separated by generation and forced to compete against each other. Which generation has what it takes to win the game, be crowned the Sole Survivor and win the one million dollar prize? Each group of 10 castaways possesses similar characteristics that represent their generation and help unify their tribe. Millennials, the largest living generational group and most diverse in U.S. history grew up in a time of rapid change and are often described as having priorities that are vastly different from previous generations. How will this group fare without technology on the island? Will they opt for shortcuts in challenges or go the distance? Generation X forms the bridge between the Baby Boomers and the Millennials and has been collectively labeled as hard-working and independent people. Will they be able to find some commonalities with the younger castaways or stick to their own group? Will their differences and preconceived beliefs be too much to overcome? This season's cast includes an assistant district attorney, a youth pastor, a police sergeant, a television writer, a professional gamer and the youngest player to ever compete in the game, a high school student.
Survivor: Worlds Apart is the upcoming 30th season of the American CBS competitive reality television series Survivor, which will premiere on February 25, 2015. It will feature three tribes of six new players divided by social class: white collar, blue collar, and no collar.
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Survivor: One World is the twenty-fourth season of Survivor. The season was filmed from August 1 through September 8, 2011 and premiered on February 15, 2012. Applications were due in January 11, 2011, approximately 800 applicants visited in various states, from there 18 contestants were chosen to participate. The season was filmed in the vicinity of Upolu, Samoa, which is the same filming location used for seasons 19, 20, and 23.
The two tribes were initially divided by gender, which was previously done in three other seasons. Two significant new twists debuted this season. Unlike previous seasons where tribes lived at separate camp sites, the two tribes began living on the same campsite together. While the concept of all the castaways living at the same camp prior to the merge also appeared in other seasons, this is the first time it was employed at the beginning of the game and continued beyond the first tribal challenge. Following the tribal swap on Day 12, both the gender-divided tribes and the "One World" twist were dissolved. The second twist involved the hidden immunity idols. There were three idols hidden, two were designated for a specific tribe. If a castaway found an idol designated for his or her tribe, the castaway could keep and use it; If a castaway found an idol designated for the opposing tribe, he or she was required to give it to a member of the other tribe before the next tribal council.
20 castaways will compete in a tribal battle of the ages on Survivor: Nicaragua. For the last 10 years, Survivor has traveled to the farthest corners of the planet and subjected over 300 contestants to the harshest environments. As the next decade begins, this new group of strangers will compete on Survivor: Nicaragua. The castaways will be marooned in a land of smoldering volcanoes, wildlife and impenetrable terrain. In the end, only one will remain to claim the million-dollar prize.
Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains will reunite some of the most memorable, heroic, and controversial castaways from previous Survivor seasons. The series' best strategists will face off in their attempt to overcome, or embrace the label placed upon them when they return to seek revenge or redemption, all in an effort to win the title of Sole Survivor. These unforgettable castaways will be divided into two tribes of ten comprised of the best heroes and biggest villains ever to play the game.
20 castaways will be left to fend for themselves among Samoa's white sand beaches, lush green valleys and towering waterfalls. Despite the picturesque landscape, the castaways will face exposure to elements and wildlife living in the mysterious rainforests that cover rugged volcanic mountain peaks. For 39 days, they will endeavor to outwit, outplay and outlast one another in order to win the title of Sole Survivor.
Tocantins will prove to be one of the most rugged locations ever visited, and the only relief from these harsh conditions will be a river oasis known as the Rio Novo. Left stranded in the majestic interior of Brazil for 39 days, these castaways will battle scorching temperatures, torrential downpours, and dangerous wildlife all in an effort to outwit, outplay, and outlast one another in order to win the title of Sole Survivor.
Marooned in the wilderness, 18 individuals will embark on an amazing African adventure, battling extreme conditions and interacting with wildlife such as elephants and gorillas, while attempting to forge alliances with strangers from diverse backgrounds.
In a Survivor first, 10 ultra-fans of the series will take on 10 former castaways to compete as Fans vs. Favorites. The two tribes will be marooned amidst the Rock Islands of Palau, Micronesia.
Survivor: China will feature a cast of 16 Americans who will begin the series in HuangPu Mountain's Mi Tuo Temple for a Buddhist ceremony where they will be instructed to leave all of their possessions behind. The castaways will then be marooned with the clothes on their back at two separate islands on Zhelin Lake.
Survivor: Fiji will feature a diverse cast of Americans who will begin as one tribe with plenty of supplies and resources on their island to make for an exceptionally comfortable camp. On Day Three, the castaways will be split into 2 tribes. The tribe that wins the first Immunity Challenge will return to the camp of copious resources while the losing tribe must relocate to a new island with only a pot, a machete, and a water source.
Stranded in the Cook Islands, the castaways will initially be organized into four tribes divided along ethnic lines before merging later in the season. In addition, at least one castaway each week will be banished to Exile Island. While being separated from the tribe is not necessarily desirable, an Immunity Idol hidden on Exile Island could save whoever retrieves it from being voted out.
Stranded on an island off the coast of Panama, this group of Survivors faces a new and rather ominous challenge: Exile Island. Each week, at least one castaway is banished to live alone in this place. While being separated from the tribe is not necessarily desirable, the Survivors learn that there is a hidden Immunity Idol somewhere on the island. If found, this Immunity Idol could save whoever retrieves it from being voted out at a future Tribal Council.
Survivor: Guatemala-The Maya Empire takes place amid the ancient Mayan ruins and ceremonial sites, some of which are 2,000 years old. Amid the excruciating triple-digit heat, crocodile-infested waters, relentless mosquitoes, and terrifying sounds of the howler monkeys, the castaways attempt to outwit, outplay, and outlast each other in hopes of winning the $1 million prize and title of Sole Survivor.
Survivor: Palau takes place amidst the 83 islands located just north of the equator in the remote waters of the Pacific where significant battles of World War II took place. These lush islands and surrounding blue waters are home to historic ship and plane wrecks from the war's Pacific theater. It is here 20 new castaways will attempt to outwit, outplay, and outlast each other and ultimately win the $1 million prize and the title of Sole Survivor.
This season, the action takes place on the islands of Vanuatu, located in the remote waters of the South Pacific near the tumultuous "Ring of Fire," a land of volcanoes and rituals where sorcery and black magic are a part of tribal life and the spirits of the dead are believed to have power over the living. More than 80 islands are home to more than 100 languages and a diverse group of tribes and clans whose history includes cannibalism.