Next time on Survivor 2016 it’s the season finale arriving Wednesday at 8PM ET/PT on CBS and we’re ready to find out who will win Survivor Millennials Vs Gen-X to become the Sole Survivor and winner of the million dollar prize.
Just one episode left in the entire run of Season 33 with nearly a third of the entire set of castaways. Six remain and a few more need to go before it’s time to reveal that one last vote of the battle between Millennials and Gen-X.
Will’s elimination came just as he appeared to get a bit too big for his britches and making claims of control in the game. Well that’s a bad sign for any castaway with the way these edits go! Then for Sunday it came down to Hannah making the case for getting the goat out and keeping a spot for someone you may have seen playing the game this season.
Are you ready to find out who was voted off Survivor last night during the two Tribal Councils crammed in to one quick hour on CBS as we prepared for next week’s Season 33 finale event?
Last week Zeke left the game with his head held high and luckily for him it didn’t come down to a rock draw, but this week he’s about to be followed out by a few more castaways and we’re anxious to see who that would be. The pressure was on and there’s little room for error at this point in the season.
We’ve got our Survivor spoilers sneak peek at tonight’s first Immunity Challenge for the Season 33 castaways as they get in deep with double the opportunities for safety in one night of Millennials vs Gen-X. Oh but there’s double the danger too so don’t get too comfy on the beach.
Here are the details on what each castaway will be doing in the first individual immunity challenge tonight. First they’ll stack discs on a pole and run them across the first portion of the field. Drop any of your discs and you’re back to the start. Oh this sounds delightfully easy from the very start!
The end is in sight for these Survivor 2016 castaways just one week away from the season finale and reunion show where one of the final eight players will be handed a check for a million dollars. Two more Tribals tonight will cut that list a little shorter.
Survivor is back tonight at 8PM ET/PT on CBS and All Access with another one hour episode and it’ll be a busy night thanks to the double Immunity Challenges and Tribal Councils, but with eight castaways left in the mix you never know just how many could go home.