Survivor: Worlds Apart is putting a twist into the game’s 30th season by splitting the 18 all-new castaways along personal lifestyles: White Collar, Blue Collar and No Collar. As the show’s 90-minute premiere on Wednesday, Feb. 25 edges closer, we wanted you to get a better look at the new contestants. So, we’ve filled this article with images of the No Collar tribe — also known as Nargarote — as they settle into their new digs in Nicaragua within the first three days of the game.. You won’t find more photos before the premiere episode anywhere else!
Survivor: Worlds Apart is putting a twist into the game’s 30th season by splitting the 18 all-new castaways along personal lifestyles: White Collar, Blue Collar and No Collar. As the show’s 90-minute premiere on Wednesday, Feb. 25 edges closer, we wanted you to get a better look at the new contestants. So, we’ve filled this article with two dozen images of the Blue Collar tribe — also known as Escameca — as they settle into their new digs in Nicaragua within the first three days. You won’t find more photos before the premiere episode anywhere else!
The big theme for season 30 — Survivor: Worlds Apart — separates the 18 all-new castaways into three tribes: White Collar, Blue Collar and No Collar. To help get you in the mood for the upcoming 90-minute premiere on Wednesday, Feb. 25, we have filled this article with 20 pictures of the White Collar tribe. All of these images are from the first three days of the competition. Enjoy!
As Survivor prepares to unleash its 30th season, the hype is building. Survivor Worlds Apart, which kicks off with a 90-minute premiere on Wednesday, Feb. 25 on CBS, puts three tribes against each other with a socioeconomic theme: White Collar vs. Blue Collar vs. No Collar. Inside this post, we are taking a first look inside this season’s Tribal Council set. Plus, we have photos of torches and challenge flags to feast your eyes on. There’s one other surprise that you have to dive in to check out!
Survivor. 30 seasons. Can you believe it?!?! A group of 18 all-new castaways hit the shores of Nicaragua for Survivor’s 30th season. Although many suspected a big returning player-style theme for the show’s milestone season, producers have gone a different route with Survivor: Worlds Apart. Divided into three different tribes, the contestants are split up by “White Collar,” “Blue Collar” and “No Collar” — a twist reminiscent of the “Brawn” Vs. “Brains” Vs. “Beauty” concept on Survivor: Cagayan. Inside this article, we have full bios, multiple pictures and a video of each castaway. Enjoy!
For all of you who have sent in audition videos for the last 15 years, prepare yourselves for this one… Baylor Wilson says she was approached to be a castaway on Survivor: San Juan Del Sur through a Facebook message. Yes, Facebook. During our red carpet interview with Baylor after the Survivor finale, she also responded to the harsh criticism she’s received from nearly every castaway this season — some of whom labeled her a “brat” — and she explained what’s in store for her music career. Check it out inside this story!
It’s a mystery many fans wanted us to solve when interviewing Keith Nale at the Survivor: San Juan Del Sur finale. At the end of the very first episode, a special promo for the entire season featured this line from Keith: “I’ve done the worst thing in Survivor history!” That quote, however, never actually aired on the show. Although it seems obvious what Keith’s “worst” move was, we decided to ask him about it anyway on the red carpet to solve that mystery — just in case it might be something we wouldn’t expect. Plus, find out how he got on the show, see how he reacts when we ask if he’s offended many fans think he wasn’t a strong strategist and watch to see if we could convince him to spit on the red carpet Keith style. This is seriously a fun interview — one of our favorites we’ve ever done on the red carpet. Enjoy!
In Reed Kelly‘s book, there was no way Missy Payne was walking away with $1 million on Survivor: San Juan Del Sur. Instead, he dubbed her the show’s evil stepmother. Reed’s tongue lashing at the final Tribal Council is one of this dud season’s more memorable moments. During our one-on-one red carpet interview with Missy at the finale, she says she believes Reed will one day get what’s coming to him, explains why she was confident throughout the entire game that she could win and revealed why she believes Natalie Anderson ultimately deserved the grand prize. Oh yeah, she wants her own talk show, too.
“I didn’t have a shot in hell at winning,” Jaclyn Schultz says of making it to the final three on Survivor: San Juan Del Sur. She did, however, nab two of the jury’s votes, which secured her second place. During our one-on-one interview with Jaclyn on the red carpet, she explained how she knew Natalie Anderson would win, revealed how Facebook landed her a spot on the show and dished deeper details on that juicy spat she and her boyfriend had on the show. Dive in for the full video interview!
Survivor: San Juan Del Sur had “Twinnie” bookends. Although Nadiya Anderson was booted first from the competition, her twin sister, Natalie Anderson, went on to claim the $1 million prize and title of sole Survivor. Responsible for a series of risky, big moves, Natalie went into finale night prepared to win. During our one-on-one red carpet interview at the Survivor finale, Natalie said the rest of the castaways can “suck it” before labeling host Jeff Probst as a “dick.” What’s that all about? Plus, she explains why she thinks competing on Survivor is tougher than the Amazing Race. Watch our full interview inside this article!