‘Survivor’ Season 31 Update: 20 Former Contestants Arrive in Cambodia

By Kathleen Villaruben | 1 year ago
‘Survivor’ Season 31 Update: 20 Former Contestants Arrive in Cambodia

Survivor: Worlds Apart” Season 30 may still have a fresh finale, but the next season is already creating a hype for “Survivor” fans. Read on for details.

Some former castaways from previous seasons are going to take part in “Survivor: Cambodia – Second Chance” Season 31. According to Christian Post, the new batch of 20 contestants have arrived in Koh Rong, Cambodia for initial interviews and press conferences.


“Survivor” is unstoppable as the 32nd season also graced several reports and prediction sites. The Poker News website claimed that Season 32 would be featuring a poker player contestant named Anna Khait. Khait, a 26-year-old from Russia, won $3,035 from Borgata Poker Open No-Limit Hold’em Deepstack 2015. She is working for PokerTube as a correspondent.

Poker News assured that the 32nd installment “is already in the can.” He explained that the series usually films two seasons at the same time in one location.

The veteran “Survivor” host Jeff Probst was forced to break the bad news to former castaways who were not chosen by the voters to return. He admitted that it was a hard thing to do.

“Every one of them earned a ton of respect from me and I hope we find a way to put them on in a future season,” Probst told Entertainment Weekly.

Despite the sad part of learning the new batch of contestants, Probst was satisfied with the audience’s choices. He even revealed that he was “pleasantly surprised” with some chosen ones. He said he was happy that three players from Australia and Borneo made it.

“Survivor” Season 31 premieres in September 2015 on its original Wednesday slot at 8:00 p.m. on CBS.

There you have it for the update on “Survivor: Cambodia – Second Chance” Season 31. For more updates about this show, including spoilers and recaps, follow Movie News Guide (MNG) and like our Facebook page What Movie is this.

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