"Survivor" confirmed to return on screen with Season 34 bringing back familiar faces. With Season 33 reaching its finale, they had already released spoilers in this new season to watch out for.
Blasting News stated that the exact title for this season would be "Game Changers: Mamanuca Islands." Along with 20 castaways to strive amid obstacles, remain the survivor of the game and battle each other for the Sole Survivor title with the million dollars prize. The players to return were former players viewers had already seen in the whole franchise.
The directors had trouble with the casting since they originally plan a “winners versus jury versus early boot system.” But instead, they came up with the conclusion of an all-star former 20 castaway to face each other. Twelve of the cast members will play for their second chance while six of the cast members will be playing for the third time, and the other two will be playing for their fourth time, according to Reality Blurred.
Inside Survivor spilled that the battle was filmed in Fiji last June and July where “Survivor Millennials vs. Gen X” was filmed 10 years ago. The tribes that will be competing next season were already named as Mana and Nuku tribe. Mana tribe was named after Mana Island, located within the Mamanuca group of islands in Fiji while the Nuku tribe was named after the Nuku beach located on Gau Island, Fiji’s fifth largest island.
The Mana tribe, includes former castaways, Caleb Reynolds, Jeff Varner, Malcolm Freberg, Tony Vlachos, Troyzan Robertson, Aubry Bracco, Ciera Eastin, Hali Ford, Michaela Bradshaw and Sandra Diaz-Twine who will wear red. While the Naku tribe consist of Andrea Boehlke, Cirie Fields, Debbie Wanner, Sarah Lacina, Sierra Dawn-Thomas, Brad Culpepper, JT Thomas, Ozzy Lusth, Tai Trang and Zeke Smith who will wear blue.
Among the mentioned tribes, only Thomas, Vlachos, and Diaz-Twine were previous winners, while there is Bracco, Lusth, and Trang who were former second-place winners.
“Survivor Season 34: Game Changers-Mamanuca Islands” is expected to wash ashore to screen in March 2017, much earlier than usual.
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