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Survivor: South Pacific Premiere Will Be 90 Minutes

August 11, 2011 04:32 PM by Ryan Haidet

We’re only a few weeks away from the premiere of Survivor: South Pacific, which marks the show’s 23rd season.  While most Survivor premieres have only been one hour long, CBS is boosting this edition up by kicking it off with a special 90-minute episode.  Want to know more about the big debut?  Read on for more details!

The journey of Survivor: South Pacific begins on Wednesday, September 14 from 8 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.  This season’s concept is hauntingly familiar to the last edition, Survivor: Redemption Island.  There are 16 new castaways up against a pair of returning players with Redemption Island as a factor in the game once again.

Although the title indicates a new location, Survivor: South Pacific was filmed in Samoa — the same place for seasons 19 and 20.  An official cast announcement should be coming within the next week or so (Survivor: Nicaragua’s cast was announced August 9, 2010).

The premiere is immediately followed by the 90-minute live finale of Big Brother 13.  So after you get your Survivor fix, stay tuned to watch the Chenbot reveal the $500,000 winner.

Are you excited for the premiere of Survivor: South Pacific?  Do you think it will deliver?  On the other hand, who do you hope wins Big Brother 13?

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