Immunity is back up for grabs this week in a returning challenge, “Austin’s Elemental Obstacle Course” and you might remember it from Blood Vs Water a few seasons ago. Six castaways on each team will be split in to trios and here’s what they’ll do.
Survivor spoilers have revealed our first look at the new tribe make up for Game Changes on Season 34 in just the second week of the new season as returning players were settling in to their new alliances.
This week the Survivor 2017 castaways will be surprised by Jeff Probst before the next challenge that it’s time to “drop your buffs” and thanks to an early “next time on” clip we’ve got a good look at how these new tribes will start to shake out in what looks to be not two, but three tribes coming our way.
We’re about to hit week two of Survivor 2017’s Game Changers season and we’re already down two castaways and both are from the same tribe thanks to their flopping and flailing at the first two challenges of the season. Well so much for that.
This is our last time seeing these tribes’ lineups thanks to the Tribe Shuffle this week but it’ll be important to note the original arrangements in case it comes back to play with undercurrents of alliances moving forward. Read on to see who is still left with his or her chance to win Season 34 of Survivor.
Next time on Survivor 2017: drop your Buffs! It’s time for the Shuffle, but no big surprise there, right? We already saw Michaela with a blue Buff in the season intro despite starting with a red/orange Buff. Now it’s time for some change up.
Along with the Shuffle we’ve got the first of the season’s Idol twists with a return to the in-challenge retrieval of a “hidden in plain sight” target. Oh, and there’s a goat.
Comparing things from the last spring to this season’s opener numbers saw a drop from 1.9 to 1.7 this year but still managed to draw 7.61 million viewers (8.2M a year ago) to win the night overall in that category, a record low for the series. So what’s going on?