Who Is Left? Survivor 41 Week 2

Survivor 41 premiered last week with 18 all-new castaways, and by the end of the two-hour season premiere, two of those players had already had their torches snuffed by Jeff Probst.

On the Yase tribe, the seemingly strongest player Eric Abraham was blindsided and sent packing in the first elimination of the night. In the second Tribal Council, Sara Wilson was sent home for contributing to the tribe’s immunity challenge loss.

So let’s take a look at the 16 remaining Survivor 41 castaways.

LUVU Tribe (Blue)

Danny McCray, ex-NFL player

Naseer Muttalif, sales manager

Sydney Segal, law student

Heather Aldret, stay-at-home mom

Deshawn Radden, medical student

Erika Casupanan, communications manager

UA Tribe (Green)

Brad Reese, rancher

Shantel Smith, pastor

Jairus Robinson, college student

Ricard Foyé, flight attendant

Genie Chen, grocery clerk

YASE Tribe (Yellow)

Xander Hastings, app developer

David Voce, neurosurgeon

Liana Wallace, college student

Tiffany Seely, teacher

Evvie Jagoda, PhD student


Eric Abraham, cyber security analyst

Sara Wilson, healthcare consultant

Things to remember

No one has found a hidden immunity idol YET, but JD and Xander each earned an extra vote with that whole Protect or Risk Your vote decision. JD and Xander ended up with those advantages because Danny chose to protect his vote. Now that could come back to bite him later on.

Who do you think will be the next player to be voted off Survivor 41? It looks like from the preview this week, Brad could be up to some antics that could put him at risk, but we’ll have to wait and see.

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