Survivor 2013 Blood Vs Water premieres tonight on CBS at 8PM ET/PT so get ready for the start of a whole new season with a lot of familiar faces and more twists than you can shake your torch at.
The Survivor 2013 cast consists of twenty castaways and ten of them are returning players, of course. The other ten are new to us as players because they’re the family and friends of the returning players.
Big Brother fans will get a double dose tonight as both the Season 15 finale airs immediately following tonight’s Survivor premiere plus one of the Blood vs Water players is actually BB12 Winner Hayden Moss. He’ll be playing along with “Cool Beans” Kat. Yeah, that should work out great. Well, according to the spoilers it just might.
As part of tonight’s show the ten pairs will be dropped off and have to survive the night alone in the jungle. The next morning Jeff Probst will bring them together, reveal the twist that they’re playing against each other, and then immediately vote out one player from each tribe to seed the return of Redemption Island.
If you really want to get ahead of tonight’s show then you can watch the first seven minutes of tonight’s Survivor premiere at EW.com. You’ll get to see the drop off and initial confusion of the pairs as they prepare for another 39 days of Survivor fun. Be sure to join us on Facebook & Twitter for more updates!
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