The next theme for Survivor 2015 has been revealed with a possible change back to a three-tribe approach when Season 30 debuts in the spring as Survivor Worlds Apart.
Jeff Probst revealed the next season of Survivor would be Worlds Apart during the Survivor finale tonight, but he didn’t give much more of an explanation. We see the three divisions are driven by white collar, blue collar, and no collar.
According to Survivor Sucks’ Redmond, the “Worlds Apart” refers to division of tribes based upon a “combination of education and employment” which some have taken to mean a socioeconomic class-based split.
We’ve seen “One World” that brought the tribes together at one camp, so here we go in another direction and more in the style of Brains Vs Brawn Vs Beauty which separated out the castaways based on traits of the players.
CBS will eventually share more details on Survivor 2015 Worlds Apart, but in the meantime we can keep on speculating and reading spoilers that hint away at what we can expect on Season 30. February 25, 2015 is the premiere date for Worlds Apart, so get ready!
Survivor 2015 Worlds Apart Teaser:
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There was a lot of action over the 2+ hours of adventure as we saw three challenges with Keith claiming victory in two of them, but falling short in the third. That misstep cost him his spot in the game and made way for an all-female Final 3. Oh but not before we got to see one wild blindside that cemented Natalie’s spot in the season.
Check out photos from this week’s Survivor finale for new looks at what took place as we wrapped up Blood Vs Water and prepared for Survivor 2015’s Worlds Apart season set to start in late February 2015. There’s still more Survivor to come!
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Last night on the Survivor 2014 finale the last three Tribal Councils sent the final castaways to Ponderosa, including one shocking blindside, and formed the Jury to vote and reveal the Sole Survivor. Find out who won the challenges, who was voted off, and who won Survivor 2014.
We live blogged the full episode recap here on the site too, but here are the highlights on challenges, eliminations, and who won Survivor in last night’s season finale.
- Players must unravel rope, build a bridge, & toss sandbags
- Reward is an advantage in the next Immunity Challenge
- Keith destroys the competition
- Jaclyn sent to Exile Island
- Keith received an advantage of pre-game practicing
- Players must use paddles to move 3 balls along a game table
- Keith wins Immunity & a spot in the F4
Tribal Council – Eliminated Castaway:
Ahead of us tonight we have a three-hour season finale starting with the two-hour final episode before the reunion show where all the castaways of the season will return for more discussion on what we’ve been watching play out on Season 30.
Last week Natalie pulled off her mission with a Jon blindside leaving Jaclyn on her own and dividing Missy and Baylor away from Jon and Jaclyn. Keith remains in the running as the underdog and on a solo mission to reach the end. Three more Tribal Councils to go before it’s all over and Jeff reveals who won.
Things pick up tonight as the final five Huyopa castaways return from Tribal Council where Jon was just voted off. We get to see how Natalie plays this off with an understandably upset Jaclyn, but will Jaclyn give more blame to Missy?
Initially Jaclyn is overwhelmed and congratulating the other players on the blindside, but things soon turn to yelling and shouting. Jaclyn “snaps” as she admits and “goes off on Natalie.” Yeah, she definitely did and it leaves the other players stunned.
Baylor and Missy discuss their plans for moving on to Final 3 and it sounds like they want to get to the end with Natalie while shutting out Keith and Jaclyn at the challenges. Let’s see if they can do it.
Players must unravel a rope tethered to their waist. With enough slack they’ll cross a bridge and then throw sandbags to knock off blocks. First player to finish wins the reward of an advantage in the Immunity Challenge.
Jeff explains to Missy that there’s just no chance she’ll be able to compete. She agrees and heads to the bench as the other four get started.
Keith and Natalie take the lead as they start to work on building their bridge to the next stage. Jaclyn finally gets through her rope tangle issues and joins the rest of them, but she’s really having a hard time.
Four challenges await us tonight on Survivor finale 2014 when the last of the San Juan Del Sur castaways face off for the million dollar prize. Here’s our preview of what we’re seeing so far with our last round of Survivor spoilers for the season.
The first challenge will be “Pole Dancing” though there aren’t any polls, but it just sounded better than “Corral Dancing,” explained John Kirhoffer. Castaways will be tied with a rope that they need to untangle to reach the other side of the playing field. They’ll need to build a small, shifting bridge to get to a pile of bags used to topple over blocks on a distant table.
First to finish this Reward Challenge will get one of the best rewards of the Survivor season, according to John, but he won’t give any more details than that. Considering we see one very dolled up Jaclyn in the preview clips I’m thinking she’s the winner on this one.
Next up we’ve only got a few photos to work from and there isn’t much revealed. However, unlike that last Survivor competition where I can’t imagine Missy competed well, she’s clearly getting in to this one. Maybe there’s a fixed station here for the castaways and little moving about required.
We can see the players have wands which are fixed in position through rings and appear to be used for moving balls from one side of the table to the other. Reminds me of the old Mouse Trap game or some sort of Goldberg Machine. They’ll need to have steady nerves and a lot of focus to pull this one off.
That leaves just two more challenges and the only preview shots we have are of the four stations required for each. That should mean we’ve now got the last two challenges of the season, but no indicators which is the Reward and which is for Immunity.
However, this does reveal one more Survivor spoiler for us here: Keith makes it to the F4. From the preview clip we see Keith assembling a puzzle which appears below high on the platforms.
Whoever gets voted out of Survivor in the first round tonight, it won’t be Keith. The underdog stays alive. Kudos. Combo that with Natalie’s Idol that she’ll need to play before F4 and she’s in too. Either Baylor, Jaclyn, or Missy goes to Ponderosa in the first round.
Who do you think has the best shot at winning each of these Survivor challenges?