Survivor Results: Who Won Survivor 2017 Game Changers?

The Game Changers season finale has arrived as we settle in to find out who won Survivor 2017 from the six remaining castaways and several huge challenges in between them and the finish line’s lats Tribal Council of the season.

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After a season of returning players given the bold label of “Game Changers” we’re anxious to discover which of them will have done enough to correct past mistakes and win over their jury of Ponderosa peers in tonight’s three hour Survivor season finale.

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Before we get to the biggest Tribal Council of the season we need to work through another few eliminations and that means it’s nearly challenge time. Along with the action in the challenges we’ve got plenty of drama with the fallout from last week’s TC blow up when Cirie failed to comprehend the fine print. Time to see how all of that works out for her but I’m guessing it won’t be pretty.

Survivor 2017 Finale: Immunity Challenge – Round 1

The first competition of the night will send the final six castaways through a giant maze to collect pieces to assemble in a puzzle. First to finish not only wins a set in the F5 but also gets a big ol’ meal to refuel before the next round of battle.

Everyone is on the move and the guys are leading with all three collecting and dropping off their first bag before the ladies, but they aren’t far behind.

Brad is back first but then Aubry, Cirie, and Troyzan quickly arrive behind him to start working on the puzzle. There are more than 40 pieces here. Now we’ve got Tai and Sarah joining them as everyone is struggling here. It definitely doesn’t look easy.

Brad and Sarah are leading the pack, but it’s close, really close… and then it’s not.

Brad wins Immunity!

He’s got a seat in the F5 and food is on the way. Jeff lets him pick two castaways to join him. Brad picks Troyzan then Sarah for the reward food.

Survivor 2017 Finale: Tribal Council – Round 1

Someone is about to get voted off and this ride could get bumpy! Heading in here we’ve got Brad holding Immunity, Sarah with the Secret Advantage, Troyzan with a Hidden Idol, and Tai with TWO Idols. Brad has been pushing hard to get one of Tai’s Idols to make sure they have more control over the vote. If all 5 play then that’d be your “historic” TC as CBS has hyped.

Before we get the votes Tai decides to play an Idol on his behalf… and another Idol on Aubry’s behalf. Oh here’s Sarah’s Advantage so she’s safe. And not to be left out, Troyzan plays his Idol. That leaves Cirie… Oops.

Jeff reveals the votes: Jeff announces there’s no point in revealing the votes as there is no other choice. He also admits there are no votes against Cirie in the vote bucket, but since all the rest are protected that means she’s the de facto victim of tonight’s first Tribal Council.

We do get to see that there were 3 votes against Sarah, 2 against Tai, and 1 against Aubry. Sarah was lucky to have had that Advantage!

Survivor 2017 Finale: Immunity Challenge – Round 2

Oh this is a tough one, as if the last one wasn’t. The F5 have to work a small ball along a series of paths and iron workings using paddles trapped in rings. Castaways are struggling hard here but it’s yet again Brad who is dominating as he has two done before anyone else has even one…. make that all three. Amazing.

Brad wins Immunity!

My goodness, my goodness. This man is a machine! He finishes all three balls before anyone is even close to having one.

Survivor 2017 Finale: Tribal Council – Round 2

Now we’ve got Aubry fighting to stay by pitching to Tai and Sarah that they need to get Troyzan out so Brad can’t drag him to F3. Sarah and Tai decide to vote out Aubry, but then Tai doesn’t like Brad’s aggressive attitude so he flips back to voting out Troyzan.

Jeff reveals the votes: Aubry, Troyzan, Aubry, Aubry

Aubry was voted off Survivor!

The night isn’t over yet and we’ve got four castaways left in the game. Continue on to find out the night’s big results…


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273 Comments

  1. I’m going with Sarah too and I think that she has earned it so far. Will be interesting to see if anyone of the other remaining 5 make some big moves to change my mind.

  2. Yes! They had four good ones this year in the finale. Except I was Brennley.

  3. Ohh, Sarah didn’t leave her son for 30 days not to win a million dollars?? Heck, I didn’t know it was that easy. Some days I think I could take a 60 day break from these little stinkers. Sign me up for $2 MIL!

  4. Mick Kay. lol I’m DVRing so I’m out for the night. Got to be up at 4AMI won’t have a chance to see who won until tomorrow night, and that’s a maybe. Ya’ll enjoy.

  5. Cirie for a win, any win… four seasons and no win or idol, time for a win Cirie.

  6. I don’t have a favorite to win. It could be Aubry because she is the forgotten Survivor this season; Cirie because it is time for her to retire from Survivor; Sarah did leave her son for 30 days (eye roll) and she is trying so hard to prove she is a “game changer”, that they made a good decision choosing her to return; Troyzan because he has great hair; Tai…..

  7. Troy an for the win!!! He hasn’t pissed anyone off!!! Sarah and Brad have too much blood on their hands!!!

  8. Brad has individual immunity, Tai has 2 idols, Troyzan has his idol, and Sarah has the legacy advantage so yes if they’re all played then 1 person won’t have immunity

  9. My least fav of the 4 was the young girl. I actually liked the other young girl, Brennley more. She was on Gwen’s team. I never thought Adam’s final contestant would win, but I enjoyed watching him. I’m not so sure I would buy his music, though. Lauren and Chis both have really great voices. Different types of music genres, but I loved both. Nice to talk to you, Brenda. :D

  10. Chris lives approx 20 miles from me. I’ve been to his church before and he use to sing frequently. He’s a good guy.

  11. Watching my DVR usually a day late. Lots going on. I’ve been reading threads off and on. Are you upset about Jr.? Blaney is looking good. My guy, Edwards, is gone, too. Just not the same, but I like Johnson and am taking a shine to Blaney. Sorry, you’re trying to watch the show. Nice to hear from you, Sir.

  12. It will be a cast of all new players next season (season #35) followed by another version of fans vs favorites for season #36.

  13. So basically if Sierra wasn’t an idiot and gave her legacy advantage to Brad (instead of Sarah who voted her out), Sarah would’ve been gone

  14. Since my favs are gone, for some reason I don’t want Tai to win nor do I want Sarah to win. Any of the others, I honestly couldn’t care less.

  15. That Tribal Council reminded me of Oprah — you get an idol and you get an idol and you get an idol….

  16. Maybe not a bad move voting Aubrey, lets Brad continue to think he’s controlling him. Would be interesting to see what he does if Brad does not win immunity next round

  17. At the Top 8, I liked & rooted for half of the people still left.
    Andrea, Michaela, Cirie, & Aubry

    Now here we are at the Top 4 with none of them left. Hooray. :/

  18. Those two, Brad/Troyzan has to win ‘immunity idol, or one of them will go. Game wise one of them have to go.

  19. If Sarah’s sent home I’ll be upset. She’s the only one who deserves it. Brad, Troyzan, and Tai? eh….

  20. I really didnt think I would like this season but it turned out good. Guys and gals see ya with BB. Babysitting and have to get them ready for bed.

  21. I don’t believe it’s gonna happen. (tie vote)..They’re dramatizing this..I hope I’m wrong.

  22. Oh well! Good try Tai. Officer Sarah, time to make your biggest game changing move and win!

    Even Troyzan, just not Brad.

  23. Well, Troyzan did nothing.
    So that leaves me with ‘Not Brad”.
    So I guess I have to be for Sarah.

  24. Now I’m curious of Sarah’s argument to the Jury why she deserves to win. Brad is bragging about his lawyer skill..Let’s see. I’m kinda rooting for Sarah. lol

  25. oh, he doesn’t need the money, heck! You won making it this far, now excuse yourself! Or, if he wins, is he donating it?

  26. If Sarah didn’t have that damn advantage from Sierra she would have gone. If Sierra just gave it to Brad. And then it’s possible Cirie wins the season.

  27. I’ve heard something, Karen. Its called something like “Healers, Hustlers, Heroes”

  28. Not sure about the changes, but I like the ‘sort of a ‘guideline’ Probst is explaining about judging their game.

  29. I suppose making it clear on how they are suppose to vote, based on outwit, outlast, and outtheotherthing, not just personal… It’s a game!

  30. Is that healthy? Everyone hates bitter juries, but who is to quantify what a ‘good game’ looks like?

  31. Sarah did screw over every single one of them, it feels like. But the jury hated Tony and he won, so I think sometimes bitter juries still acknowledge when the person they hate played well.

  32. Did everyone leave early? I missed everyone :( this season my schedule has really messed with me being around.

  33. I will give him props.
    He knew that he had no shot, so he owned it and said what he felt.

  34. He and Brad could revel on being in the elite survivors who won 5 immunity challenges in one season. Hope he also enjoys being the survivor who played the most days.

  35. I don’t agree with Julia. This format actually reminds the Jury what/where to base their vote. The open deliveration discourages ‘bitter Jury.

  36. Enough with Cirie, I don’t get it, enough with her already, never won a challenge, her social game only starts happening towards the end with less ppl then u realize she’s there

  37. I like her. I like her story too. From sitting on the couch and thinking that one would never have a shot, to actually doing it.
    The rewards are most always worth it.

  38. So Matt, once again, thanks for your work on Survivor. Enjoy reading your summaries and enjoy the discussion. Well done!

  39. Too bad Cirie was voted out in a horrible way. I was rooting for her to win.
    I honestly couldn’t stand Sarah and Brad in this game, but they both played a great game. She was better at socializing and that’s why she won and not him.
    Next season. New players seems great. I can’t wait.

  40. It is finally over. I forgot all about it until is was refreshed again. I just didn’t like Zeke at all.

  41. She asked so many questions. Please don’t bring her back. Ever!!! Another nutcase.

  42. I love the new format and hopefully it will continue in the future. I hate the one on one questions ever since annoying Sue.

  43. “If”… but Sarah had the foresight to know she would need it, and made a pretty outstanding play to get it. It’s not like it fell into her lap by chance. I like Cirie but there was a reason she didn’t have any advantages or idols – she didn’t play well enough to get any. She also had a few big slip ups with her social game in the ep where she tried to play Sarah’s other advantage.

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