Think you’ve got what it takes to be the sole Survivor? Then you better hurry up and apply quickly because CBS has opened the Survivor casting process but only until October 4th at 10PM PT (kind random time). Here’s what you have to do:
Survivor 2012 casting process:
- Make a digital video and recent photograph (both saved to your computer)
- Fill out the online application form
- Sit back, relax, and wait for them to email you back if they’re interested
Seriously, that’s all there is to it. If only Big Brother 14 were that easy!
Source: CBS Survivor casting
Survivor 2011 is back this week with its second episode of the South Pacific season. It looks like Cochran could be finding himself in more trouble this week, but the way these previews typically mislead it might not really be that bad for him.
Meanwhile, Hantz has already ditched his plan to hid his Russell connection when he discloses it to Coach. Will Coach use this opportunity to make an example of him and rally his team around him? Poor Nephew Hantz. His worst nightmare could be realized if he’s sent to Redemption Island and forced to spend time alone with a, gasp, woman!
Any early predictions on the next Survivor South Pacific castaway sent to Redemption Island? Maybe an easier question would be: who do you want to face off against Semhar, last week’s voted-off castaway?
Survivor South Pacific may have had an exciting premiere episode this week, but its ratings took a fall from the previous Survivor 2011 premiere event. TV By the Numbers reported a 15% drop since Redemption Island’s launch given South Pacific its lowest fall season Survivor premiere ever. Is Jeff Probst and company on their way out?
South Pacific went from 10.5 million its first half-hour to 10.4 in its second and finally up to 10.8 as it closed out its premiere night. Not bad numbers on their own, but as a 15% drop that’s pretty disappointing.
Do you think Survivor has what it takes to, well, survive this season?
Source: TV by the Numbers
The premiere episode of Survivor South Pacific brings back to former all star players, Coach and Ozzy. I am so sick of bringing back former players on every reality show and with Survivor it’s every season now. With that being said the show starts with a ten minute debut of our two veterans and we find out they’re playing for redemption and Coach wants to show you can win the game with integrity. Hmmmmm. I was a little worried for Coach because his team was not impressed and obviously didn’t want him but I thought once he threw on that Coach charm and kind of took charge in building the shelter and setting up camp that he won the favor of his tribe and that was cool. Ozzy is well..Ozzy lol. His tribe, Savaii, was happy to have him. He easily beat Coach in the first challenge for flint and is a great competitor and manipulator. We’ll have to see how this plays out with them.
I absolutely LOVED John Cochran the superfan. What a nerdy Harvard geek. He’s adorable. I laughed so hard when he said his skin was translucent and didn’t want to get in the ocean in his underwear. Bless his heart. I just want to squeeze him and tell him what to do to win this game lol.
CBS has released the first 80-seconds of tonight’s show (watch it in the video below) and it focuses on the return of Ozzy and Coach. We’ll also get a quick preview of Probst at the Redemption Island Arena and the rest of the Survivor 2011 cast.