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Premiere Date Announced for Survivor Season 35


CBS announce their Fall 2017-18 Primetime Premiere Dates including the premiere of Survivor: Heroes vs. Healers vs. Hustlers.

Today, CBS revealed their Fall schedule for 2017-18, including several primetime premiere dates. It features the return of Survivor, which will act as lead-in for new drama series SEAL Team which is to be followed by the 13th season of Criminal Minds. Other series debuts include Young Sheldon, Me, Myself & I, and Wisdom of the Crowd.

But most important to Survivor fans is the air date of the upcoming 35th season, Survivor: Heroes vs. Healers vs. Hustlers, which will premiere Wednesday, September 27 at 8:00 PM. This is a week later than usual and also the first time since Season 24, Survivor: One World, where the premiere is just one-hour long. Since 2012, the Survivor premieres have either being 90-minute specials or double-episode features in the case of Survivor: Cagayan and the recent Survivor: Game Changers.

Inside Survivor recently revealed the complete 18-person cast and tribe divisions for the upcoming all newbie season. The season was filmed in Fiji’s Mamanuca Islands back in March 2017.

Stay tuned to Inside Survivor over the coming months for more news and features regarding both Season 35 and Season 36.

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  • Whistler

    I wished they would do some of the double eliminations pre merge instead of final 8 or 9. Ending of last season felt so rushed.

  • Nope. BB19 finale is the week before. 🙂

    • Red

      Wow that is surprising wonder why the change

  • I doubt it. It’s still such a consistent ratings winner for CBS. If anything, they’re hoping Survivor will provide a ratings lead-in for their new show SEAL Team.

  • Antony

    To be fair, last season had twenty contestants and this one has 18, so it does make sense to only have one boot instead of two.