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 tribes 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.
Zeke Smith was the latest castaway voted off Survivor 2016 last night in a big ol’ blindside after Adam played another Idol to protect Hannah and send his target on out in to the jungle instead. But fear not, Zeke fans, he’s having a great time at the Survivor jury resort.
Leaving Tribal Council Zeke isn’t too upset and admits he maybe went after David’s group too soon. He’s over it quickly though and on to find out how much weight he lost and then go grab some peanut butter and cookies at Ponderosa, because he knows they’re there just waiting for him.
Survivor is back and we’re ready to find out who was voted off last night when the remaining castaways of the merged tribe faced an opportunity for time with a loved one and another Tribal Council vote.
Last week’s rock draw during the second Council should put a fire under the feet for the remaining players to start making moves for themselves as the time for self-risk is over. Time to find out who saw their torch snuffed next.