The thirty-third edition of Survivor will hit our screens this fall, and with it comes 20 brand new castaways who will battle it out for the chance to be crowned Sole Survivor. During the live reunion for Survivor: Kaôh Rōng this past Wednesday, host Jeff Probst revealed the title and theme of the upcoming season – Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X.
The show will pit two generations against each other in the ultimate battle of endurance, strategy, and social manipulation. Below are the tribe names and divisions.
The Vanua tribe aka the Millennials – the word “vanua” means “land” or “home.” In Fijian culture, “vanua” represents the people and their customs and beliefs, as well as their relationship to the land. Vanua Levu is the second largest island in Fiji. The Millennials tribe is the “young tribe”, with the ages ranging from 18-31.
The Takali tribe aka Gen X – the word “takali” means “open sea.” It is also the name of a luxury villa in Fiji, the Villa Takali. The Gen X tribe is the “old tribe”, with the ages ranging from 33-51. W
Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X will air this September on CBS. Check out the full cast here.
Correction: Original post included the wrong definition of “takali.” Changed to correct meaning thanks to a commenter.