Survivor casting looking for LA kids for potential 20th anniversary special

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Do you have children who are huge Survivor superfans living in the Los Angeles area? Casting producers are looking to film for a potential 40th season special.

One of the modern staples of the Survivor reunion is for Jeff Probst to pick a kid in the audience so they can predict the winner by voting for them on a piece of parchment similar to that shown in the voting booth on the show. So far, they have a spotless record, as the show loves to feature the family-friendly nature of the longstanding reality competition program.

It seems as though production is gearing up the celebration as we approach the 20th anniversary of Survivor. Jodi Wincheski, longtime casting producer, has posted to her social media accounts she is looking for “superfan kids” local to the Los Angeles area for “a potential special that may or may not air” during the 40th season when it premieres in early 2020.

There are requirements for this potential filmed piece that may be mitigating factors. Outside of it limited strictly for children in Los Angeles, the kids must be in between first and eighth grades at school and send in two to three-minute unlisted videos to YouTube to showcase their Survivor fandom. Topics to discuss include favorite players and their best moments, especially if the players made big movez during their runs.

If you have children in the age range within the city limits of that one location within the United States, then you can submit their videos and your contact information on their behalf at the email included at this link right here. As described, it seems as though production is looking for high energy individuals who present well for the camera.

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Good luck to those who do qualify for this exciting opportunity! More than 50 million watched the finale of the very first season more than 19 years ago, so to speak on behalf of one of the greatest television programs of all time in Survivor is amazing.