SURVIVOR is a popular competition series returning for its 41st season on September 22, 2021.
Jeff Probst returns as the show's host as 18 new castaways split into three teams to compete in Survivor challenges to secure a $1million dollar prize.
How does the show work?
Mentally and physically challenging, Survivor pits teams against each other on a remote piece of land where they have to essentially survive in the wild, with limited resources.
The show will take place over a period of 29 days, on the Mamanuca Islands in Fiji. Viewers will be able to participate from home, with a "game within the game," according to Jeff Probst.
Various puzzles and clues will be given for viewers to solve, but the contestants on the show don't know about these mini-challenges.
Who is in the Green (Ua) Tribe?
- Brad Reese, a 50-year-old rancher from Wyoming
- Sara Wilson, a 24-year-old healthcare consultant from Massachusetts
- Shantel Smith, a 34-year-old pastor from Washington, D.C
- Jairus Robinson, a 20-year-old student from Oklahoma City
- Ricard Foyé, a 31-year-old flight attendant from Washington
- Genie Chen, a 46-year-old grocery clerk from Oregon
Who is in the Yellow (Yase) Tribe?
- David Voce, a 35-year-old neurosurgeon from Illinois
- Eric Abraham, a 51-year-old cyber security analyst from Texas
- Evvie Jagoda, a 28-year-old PhD student from Massachusetts
- Liana Wallace, a 20-year-old student from Washington, D.C
- Tiffany Seely, a 47-year-old teacher from New York
- Xander Hastings, a 21-year-old app developer from Illinois
Who is in the Blue (Luvu) Tribe?
- Danny McCray, a 33-year-old ex-NFL player from Texas
- Deshawn Radden, a 26-year-old medical student from Florida
- Heather Aldret, a 52-year-old stay-at-home mom from South Carolina
- Naseer Muttalif, a 37-year-old sales manager from California
- Erika Casupanan, a 32-year-old communications manager from Toronto
- Sydney Segal, a 26-year-old law student from New York
Where can I watch Survivor?
The premiere episode can be watched live from 8-10pm on CBS or online at CBS.com/live-tv. The show is streamable via the CBS app.
Other TV streaming services where where the show is available include fuboTV, Paramount Plus, DirectTV Stream, Hulu Live TV and YouTube TV, according to Syracuse.com.
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