CBS’s “Survivor” is gearing up to air it’s 45th season this fall and we cannot wait until more official news is out for the new season!!
The channel is known for moving pretty fast as filming for the 46th season is already done!
46 cast to be teased at a later date.
About Season 45:
The sapphire anniversary of “Survivor,” aka the landmark 45th season, will debut (with 90-minute episodes!) in Fall 2023 on CBS. Just like Seasons 41-44, the reality TV show is adhering to strict Covid-19 safety guidelines this year for all cast and crew members, including host Jeff Probst.
Bruce Perreault will return to the island after being medically evacuated during the first episode of “Survivor 44” due to a head injury. The other 17 contestants are brand new to the show. As usual, they all come from diverse backgrounds and walks of life, in adherence to the network’s 50% diversity mandate. This was put into effect in 2020 and ensures that half of its reality TV casts must be Black, Indigenous or People of Color (BIPOC).
The CBS Original groundbreaking reality television show continues to evolve when these 18 new players face one of the most intense versions of SURVIVOR ever. This season continues to define a bold new era of the series with the return of risky advantages, game-changing twists and a relentless pace that will push these castaways to their limits. Values will be tested and the players’ motivations highlighted when the fierce competition unfolds on the beautiful islands of Fiji. The unpredictable situations will test even the strongest competitor, as food is scarce, rewards and supplies are minimal, and the mental and physical challenges force players to make impossible decisions and adjust their strategies, while still navigating the complex social game. The individuals competing are from diverse backgrounds and bring a fresh perspective to this new era of the game, but the goal remains the same: to outwit, outplay and outlast, and in the end, only one will remain to claim the title of Sole Survivor and win the $1 million prize. The show is hosted by Emmy Award winner Jeff Probst.