Survivor hosts answer questions about future seasons

Jeff Probst


“Survivor” host Jeff Probst in season 42.

With Survivor 42 ending on the horizon, fans are already looking to seasons 43, 44 and beyond. With the 43rd season of the popular reality show currently in production, not much is known about what we will see in it.

However, “Survivor” host and executive producer Jeff Probst is well aware of what the upcoming seasons have in store for both contestants and viewers, and in light of Wednesday night’s season 42 finale, Probst decided to answer the Questions that weigh on viewers the most.

Here’s what you need to know:

The 26-day shooting schedule will likely remain

in a (n Interview with TVLine On Tuesday, Probst previewed what “Survivor” has in store for the upcoming seasons, stressing that the “new era” of “Survivor,” which was most clearly highlighted in the early episodes of “41,” is here would stay; These included the numerous twists and perks that left many fans confused and frustrated (though the twists themselves will vary), the lack of food for contestants, and the 26-day filming schedule.

“This new 26-day game, which featured limited supplies, no food and penalties for losing, was not designed to be a one-off event,” Probst told the outlet. “We designed this specifically to give us a new game.” He added that he believes there are still many “levels in this new game” that they “haven’t even started to explore yet.” and hinted at a whole host of new surprises — likely in the form of new twists and perks — for both audiences and contestants in future seasons.

“The ‘Survivor 42’ players played at a relentless pace from the first few seconds,” said Probst. “Who knows what the next group of players will do?”

The live winner reveal and reunion will likely make a comeback as well

Survivor 41 Final 3

youtubeThe three finalists from Survivor 41 – Deshawn Radden, Erika Casupanan and Xander Hastings – as Erika is crowned the winner in an impromptu reunion show.

in a (n Interview with EW At the same time, Probst also revealed that future seasons of the show will also emulate “41” and “42.” Reveal Winner and reunion/aftershow will continue to take place on the island. When asked whether the winner’s unveiling on site would be the “model on the rise”, Probst answered quite bluntly: “Yes”. He added:

We’re feeling really good about the excitement and energy that comes with the unveiling of the voting in the jungle, immediately followed by an after show when players are still in game mode. It’s so different from the live reunion show… Players haven’t had six months to watch the episodes and be swayed by the criticism or praise they’ve received on social media. This is pure.

However, he did offer the caveat that like everything else on “Survivor,” it “is always in flux.”

When it came to what else viewers — and participants — would see repeated of 41 and 42 during the game, Probst responded by saying, “When we say this is a new era of the game, we mean it let’s be serious.” He listed elements such as small tribes (i.e., three tribes out of six), “deserving of amalgamation” (probably a reference to the controversial hourglass twist), paltry amounts of food, “Risk-reward dilemmas‘, and the Shot in the Dark perk, as things that are here to stay. Other specific phrases, he said, “will come and go with the seasons.”

The three-hour season finale of Survivor 42 will air Wednesday, May 25, 2022 at 8 p.m. EST on CBS.

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