SURVIVOR
TV Guide Magazine|September 13–26, 2021
Who thought up this endurance challenge: Nearly 500 days without Survivor? (At least we had all the peanut butter we wanted.)
April P. Bernard

Season 41-shot this spring in Fiji-finally arrives, and the diabolical minds behind the trailblazing competition spent their COVID-imposed hiatus injecting more fun into the game. "When you're talking about fun on Survivor, what you're really talking about is danger," says host Jeff Probst. “So we went for it. Big time." Here's what's new.

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