“It’s time to turn on each other,” warns David Wright as we look ahead to tonight’s double run of Survivor 2016 with episodes 10 and 11 combo’d for a two hour Survivor event starting at 8PM ET/PT on CBS.
We’ve now seen two Millennials head out to Ponderosa since the Tribe Merge, but maybe that streak will end tonight and there are double the chances for that to happen with two Tribal Council and elimination votes heading our way tonight on Survivor.
Get ready for double the Survivor 2016 fun in Week 10 as we’ve got a full two hours of Millennials Vs Gen-X and eleven castaways remain on the beaches of Fiji. By the end of the week we’ll be down to nine with just a couple more weeks to go in the season.
Another Millennial was tossed out at the last Tribal Council putting two of them in Ponderosa after a heated night with Jeff Probst that revealed a lot of secrets and from this week’s promo we should have even more revealed. Good times ahead.
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.
Taylor’s game appeared to center around Figgy for quite awhile this season so it’s no surprise that she’s a pillar of his Ponderosa video as well. And don’t expect much else to have changed about Taylor either.
Last night on Survivor we discovered who was voted out in the second week of the recently merged tribe that has brought the Gen-X’rs and Millennials together at one camp. Their numbers are balanced and the game remains up for grabs on Season 33.
We’ve got Hidden Immunity Idols still in play on Survivor 2016 as the this week’s leading thread appeared to be Taylor’s continued pursuit for Adam for his betrayal of true love and the purest of romances set about the shimmering shores of Fiji. Or something like that, I don’t know, I’m just ready to find out who was voted off Survivor!
Survivor 2016 is back tonight as Taylor continues his pursuit of Adam in the name of revenge but will he have any better luck this time around or will Adam continue to evade elimination from the newly merged tribe?
Last week the votes flipped around and the Millennials lost another number bringing us down to a level field between the two original tribes but we’ve had plenty of surprises in the way things turn out so far this season that I’m expecting nothing less this time around.