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.
We’ve still got eight castaways in the mix heading in to this week’s episode of Survivor but there will be two more eliminations and the chance remains that we could be completely balanced with three Millennials and three Gen-Xs on finale night.
With eight castaways left on Survivor 2016 and just a week before we’re at the big finale it’s time to speed things up a little and start knocking these eliminations out a double pace. Enter this week’s Survivor Millennials Vs Gen-X.
Arriving on Wednesday night we’ve got two Immunity Challenges and two Tribal Council events to take us down another pair of castaways with six remaining heading in to next week’s two-hour finale show. Here’s our first look at the challenges ahead.
We’re nearly to the end of Survivor 2016 but still have a busy camp life with eight castaways remaining in the season at this point and that includes a surprising balance of four and four from Gen-X and Millennials. Somehow they’ve all managed to keep the eliminations in a balancing act with neither former tribe holding the advantage in the final regular week.
Last week on Survivor it was Zeke Smith’s turn for a blindside when Adam continued his pursuit of turning on his former allies at every turn. Now it’s time for another castaway to hit the road this week but with eight in the mix and one week left to go we’ll need to speed things up. Yep, it’s a double elimination week on Survivor. Oh my.
Check out who is left in the tribe for Week 12 of Survivor 2016 as the tribes have enjoyed enough back and forth of targeting their own original tribe as new alliances are overtaking the old.