Tonight On Survivor 2018: Tribe Merge Arrives!

Tonight on Survivor 2018, the three tribes become one as merge has arrived for the 13 remaining castaways.

In the Survivor Ghost Island sneak peek below, we see that the Naviti Tribe is just chilling when they hear two boats show up on their beach carrying the rest of the castaways. After everyone says their hellos and pretends they don’t know what’s about to happen, they read the tree mail that invites them to the other side of the island for a celebration. It’s time for merge! And celebrations ensue.

Everyone is happy, but Michael’s winner edit (which means he’s probably going home next) continues as they focus on his elated confessional.

“This stage in the game represents, you know, hope that I can win this thing,” Michael says. “To be 18 — wanting to be the youngest Survivor ever — it’s been hard for me so far. So, to not only make it to the merge but to have an idol, it’s like Christmas morning for me.”

Not everyone is as happy as Michael, however. As we see in the preview for tonight’s episode below, the Chris and Domenick battle is raging on.

The announcer reminds us that Chris and Domenick are still at war and that is followed with this very serious quote from Domenick: “He still wants me dead … he’s gotta go.” And with two powers in his hands, Chris had better watch out. This should all be very intercepting tonight.

And finally, we’ve got a behind-the-scenes video of tonight’s Survivor 2018 challenge. So be sure to check that out below as well.

So tonight we’ll see how that war plays out, what they decide to call the single tribe, who wins reward and immunity, and of course who goes home. Catch all that with our live coverage starting tonight at 8PM ET right here on the site.

Be sure to join us back at that time where you can chat throughout the episode with other Survivor fans! And as always, we’ll have content for you all season long, including previews, interviews, spoilers and recaps.


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