All anticipation and drama came to an end on Wednesday night, May 21, 2014 with the culmination of the “Survivor: Cagayan” season in a two-hour finale episode (Episode 13 “It’s Do or Die”). After 39 days in Cagayan, a province in the Philippines, “Survivor” Season 28 has finally ended, and Tony Vlachos became the winner! The final four were: Spencer Bledsoe,Yung “Woo” Hwang, Kassandra “Kass” McQuillen and Tony Vlachos. Read on for the “Survivor: Cagayan” highlights.
After weeks of playing shrewd tactics, blindsiding, flip-flopping alliances, bug bite-scratching, and not a whole lot of bathing, “Survivor: Cagayan” has crowned New Jersey police officer Tony Vlachos as Season 28’s Sole Survivor. He takes home the $1 million prize. The winner was announced during Wednesday night’s live finale at the CBS lot in Studio City, California.
He conquered the martial arts instructor Woo Hwang for the triumph. The show has gone to the final -two format for the first time in several seasons. This season started out with 18 castaways who were divided into three tribes: Brains vs. Beauty vs. Brawn. Attorney “Chaos” Kass McQuillen (brain), student Spencer Bledsoe (brain), police officer Tony “Spy Shack” Vlachos (brawn) and martial arts instructor Woo Hwang (brawn).
Ahead of the “Survivor: Cagayan” finale, host Jeff Probst in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter opened up about this “Survivor: Cagayan” fanatical tribal councils, the latest and improved strategy of the players as a whole. He revealed that any of the finalists could make a strong statement for themselves.
“I could make an argument for anyone to win,” said Probst in The Hollywood Reporter interview.
“It comes down to who you’re sitting next to more than ever this year,” added Probst.
Probst did a Reddit AMA (“Ask Me Anything”) before the “Survivor: Cagayan” finale. Click HERE to see what he had to say about his commentary of the challenges.
“Survivor: Cagayan” Live Reunion Show Highlights
- Probst credited Tony for saving his neighbour’s life, which was reported by NJ.com.
- A second vote revealed that Woo made a million-dollar blunder. He would have been the victor of the game if he had taken Kass to the end instead of Tony.
- Probst has made a forecast at the opening of the season that Spencer would have no chance of winning. He publicly apologises for his erroneous judgment of Spencer.
- Tony gives us one last llama impression.
- During the live “Survivor” Cagayan” finale, Probst revealed that “Survivor” Season 29 would be a second “Blood vs. Water” installment and was filmed in San Juan Del Sur, Nicaragua.
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Check out the “Survivor: Cagayan” winner in the video below.