Tonight On Survivor 2017: Game Changers ‘New Sheriff’ Double Episodes

Find a comfy chair, grab your favorite snack, and get ready to watch two torches snuffed tonight on Survivor 2017. We’ve got back to back episodes of Game Changers starting at 8/7c on CBS.

Update: Find out who was voted off Survivor last night with the double elimination results.

Survivor 2017 Back To Back Episodes on Game Changers

Last week ended with an emotional Tribal Council following Varner’s regrettable attempt to sway his tribe, but he’s gone now and so are those tribes. Tonight on Survivor Game Changers the Tribe Merge has arrived!

We’ve got thirteen castaways left in the game as we shift over to individual immunity. There’s a stack of Hidden Idols left in play, Sierra has that legacy advantage, and Debbie has her double vote power. Gimmick much, Survivor 2017? Sheesh.

In this week’s “Next Time On” promo it looks like Sierra may be taking a lead with the ladies’ side of the new yellow tribe so maybe we’ll be seeing her play her power (I’ve lost track of when she could use it) or maybe they’re just setting her up for fall.

Well whatever happens this round it should be good with the combination of the Merge and a double dose of Survivor’s Game Changers. I’m anxious to see what happens!

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