The season finale is here as we wait to find out who won Survivor 2016 between the six remaining castaways with three Millennials and three Gen-X left from their original tribes.
Which side of the battle will come out on top? We’ve still got a few eliminations as we work down from the F6 toward our final Survivors of the night with the Survivor Jury looking to add to its numbers before they make their big decision. We’ll be here with our live recap starting at 8PM ET so be sure to join us!
Here’s our sneak peek look at tonight’s Survivor finale Immunity Challenge during the first competition of the night and it’s a twofer with reward being snuggled right in the mix for these last few castaways.
Nothing is easy on Survivor and this will keep that going as the players will be racing an obstacle course complete with physical challenges and mental ones along the way. Here’s a little Survivor spoilers on what the F6 will face.
There’s a busy show ahead starting at 8PM ET/PT for a three hour event with a two hour episode plus the following reunion event running another hour. So settle in with your supplies and get ready to find out who will win Survivor this season.
With the Survivor 2016 finale just one day away we’re nearing the reveal of the Survivor Jury and the winner of Millennials Vs Gen-X. So far we’ve got seven castaways over at Ponderosa with Michelle, Taylor, Chris, Jessica, Zeke, Will, and Sunday already settled in, but wait, there’s more!
Six castaways remain in the race as we head in to tonight’s season finale so if we’re rolling with recent seasons’ finales then another three will head off to Ponderosa for a total of ten jury members.
We have reached the Survivor 2016 season finale week with just six castaways left in the race to Wednesday night’s reveal of the biggest vote of the season where one of these final players will become the Season 33 Sole Survivor.
Check out who is left in the tribe for finale week of Survivor 2016 as the original tribes have enjoyed enough back and forth eliminations to leave us with an even count heading in to the end of the season on Wednesday.