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Survivor: Winners At War Player of the Season


Who is your player of the season?

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Survivor: Winners At War came to an end this past Wednesday when Tony Vlachos, the 46-year-old police officer from Jersey City, New Jersey, beat out Natalie Anderson and Michele Fitzgerald in a 12-4-0 vote to become the champion of champions and winner of the $2 million prize.

Throughout the season we have been running a Player of the Week poll after each episode (you can see the weekly results below). However, now it is time to vote for your Player of the Season. Who impressed you the most with their strategic gameplay, social skills, and overall performance during the season?

As you can see from the results below, Michele and Tony tied for the most Player of the Week titles during the season, with three each. Michele’s victories were more spread out over the season, whereas Tony’s came back-to-back in the last few weeks. Sophie was the only other player to receive more than one Player of the Week across the season, with Yul, Rob, Sandra, Denise, and Kim securing one apiece. Last week, readers voted Michele the Player of the Week with 519 Votes (53.01%).

Weekly Results

Week 1: Yul
Week 2: Rob
Week 3: Michele
Week 4: Sandra
Week 5: Sophie
Week 6: Denise
Week 7: Michele
Week 8: Sophie
Week 9: Kim
Week 10: Tony
Week 11: Tony
Week 12: Tony
Week 13: Michele

Who is your player of the season?

The poll will close Thursday, May 21. Thanks for taking part in the poll each week!

Martin is a 31-year-old 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 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.



  • Tony played a flawless game, but I just loved how GREAT Michelle played again. The players thought and some said that she had no idea what was going on, but we all know how intuitive she was about her surroundings and the game afoot.