Survivor 41 Tribe Divisions

Check out the tribe breakdown for Survivor 41.

The forty-first edition of Survivor will finally land on our screens this fall and with it comes 18 brand new castaways who will battle it out for the title of Sole Survivor and the $1 million prize. The new season, which will simply be titled Survivor 41, is expected to premiere on CBS in late September.

As previously reported by Inside Survivor, the upcoming season, which lasted for a shortened 26 days, will be divided into three tribes of six. Today, we can reveal a first look at the tribe divisions.

Check out the tribes below and let us know your thoughts in the comments.


The Luvu tribe, which will wear blue, is made up of Retired NFL player Danny McCray, Shift Manager/Medical Scribe Deshawn Radden, Sales Manager Naseer Muttalif, Communications Professional Erika Casupanan, Artist Heather Aldret, and Law Student Sydney Segal. The word “luvu” in Fijian means “flood.”


The Yase tribe, which will wear yellow, is made up of Researcher PhD Student Evvie Jagoda, Business Student Liana Wallace, Teacher Tiffany Seely, Neurosurgeon David Voce, Cyber Security Professional Eric Abraham, and Computer Science Student Xander Hastings. The word “yase” in Fijian means “lightning.”


The Ua tribe, which will wear green, is made up of Cattle Rancher Brad Reese, Student Jairus Robinson, Flight Attendant Ricard Foyé, Grocery Store Worker Genie Robin-Chen, Mechanical Engineering Student Sara Wilson, and Pastor/Comedian Shantel Smith. The word “ua” in Fijian means “wave / tidal wave.”

Earlier this week, the official Survivor Instagram account unveiled the new logo for the upcoming season (which you can see below). As you can see, the season has no title or tagline, with the emphasis instead being put on the number.

41 logo
Photo: CBS

Stay tuned to Inside Survivor for more info in the coming weeks or subscribe to our Patreon for all the latest rumors and speculation.

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Martin Holmes

Martin is a freelance writer from England. He’s represented by Berlin Associates for comedy writing and writes about TV and entertainment, currently for TV Insider and Vulture, previously Digital Spy, ET Canada, and Yahoo. A finalist for the Shortlist Sitcom Search in 2012 for “Siblings,” Martin received his BA in English with Creative Writing from The University of Hull. Martin is the owner and editor-in-chief of Insider Survivor.

29 responses to “Survivor 41 Tribe Divisions”

  1. Wow… the enormous 41 looks REALLY dumb. Honestly they should have just gone back to calling it “Survivor” and big fans would know that it’s Survivor 41. Kind of like how the iPad Mini line went: iPad Mini, iPad Mini 2, iPad Mini 3, iPad Mini 4, iPad Mini.

    Also… does anyone know anything about the weather during filming? The logo with two lightning bolts striking a drowning survivor is… interesting lol

  2. Hopefully this show still feels like survivor. A lot of changes all at once. Biggest is the lesser days. I am already losing interest and it is my favorite show. I don’t know if there is any one I want to root for except maybe Naseer. Might just watch Australian survivor and forget about this season and the next one.

  3. Guess we will have to wait, and see how it goes. Most sound like they already have tons of money. To many professionals. Why only 12 photos when it 3 tribls of 6 were mentioned. Still, looking forward to the show. Hope it’s great as usual.

  4. Just baed on their job titles, it looks like casting was almost attempting a No Collar vs Blue Collar vs White Collar theme but gave up on it.

  5. Why do I think that the Green Tribe is going to self-destruct (in glorious fashion)? With Sara being the first booted from their tibe?

  6. I can’t believe the judgmental comments. It’s been a tough year, let’s just be happy Survivor is coming back.
    I’m sure it will be interesting!

  7. I think most of the Survivor 41 cast looks pretty interesting! Looking forward to checking out the new format. Go Luvu! Rooting for Naseer!!

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