After last week’s double elimination the surviving players are rewarded with a glimpse of their family or friends but if they want that precious hangout time then they better get to winning in this week’s Reward challenge.
A familiar challenge awaits the castaways this week on Survivor 2016 with “Push Me, Pull You.” It’s another stand-still-and-focus competition as the players will test their ability to, well, stand still and focus.
Survivor producer John Kirhoffer walks us through the behind the scenes video again this week as the Survivor Dream Team tests out this returning competition that’s going to leave some of the castaways with strained arms and broken tiles.
We’re catching up on last week’s Survivor events with who was voted off and went to Ponderosa to join the Season 33 Jury as jurors three and four arrived at the resort to await their part in crowning this season’s winner.
After a couple of Millennial eliminations since the Jury opened up it was time for the balance to shift and this past week took two Gen-X competitors instead. This is their Ponderosa story…
What a doozy of a week the last round was on Survivor 2016 that sent out two Gen-X castaways after their group first turned on each other and a second when the Tribal Council went to rocks. That’ll be hard to top this week but I’m sure the remaining castaways are happy to have the chance.
Chris was the first out that night during the double episode giving Jessica had a few days to enjoy feeling like she successfully got out her target only to have the rug pulled out from under her next. If only she had flipped her vote to Hannah. I imagine she’ll be thinking that for years to come.
Check out who is left in the tribes for Week 11 of Survivor 2016 as the tribes have merged and now we’re working through the growing pain of old and new alliances colliding on the Fiji beach.
Settle in because we’ve got a lot of Survivor coming our way tonight with a double episode night with the Millennials Vs Gen-X castaways battling it out to avoid becoming the next of two to be voted off. Get ready to find out who it was!
Millennials are down to and as we were teased in the promo, David says it’s time to turn on your own this week. Hmm, could they just be messing with us or will Gen-X see their numbers drop tonight? We’ve got two hours of Survivor fun starting at 8PM ET/PT on CBS so let’s see what happens.