With little to no preview footage, watch the two-hour live stream of Survivor: Island of the Idols episode 8 later tonight to see what happens!
Last week, we saw yet another Survivor tradition broken in Island of the Idols; we saw the person who finished in 14th place of a 20-person season become the first member of the jury. Jack Nichting will be the first person of this kind of season to not meet with close to a third of the players who could win the title of Sole Survivor and the million-dollar prize that comes with it.
It’s wild, but the impact of Jack in this game cannot be understated. As we learned in his Ponderosa video, his father passed away six years ago, and the phrase “Lumuwaku” shared by his father in the obituary has become the name of the Island of the Idols merge tribe. That much has been made available as part of the press photos.
Beyond that, though, there’s a lot of mystery behind the merge. There are at least two people going home, as the show ends at 10 p.m. tonight. We’re likely looking at two Tribal Councils, sending us into the individual game at a rapid pace a la Game Changers. Who will be this year’s Hali Ford and Ozzy Lusth? We could very well see an under-the-radar woman and a male challenge beast go home based on tribal dynamics in play.
There is two hours of Survivor action on television tonight. Here’s how you can watch the Survivor: Island of the Idols episode 8 live stream online tonight to catch all the action:
Date: Wednesday, Nov. 13
Start Time: 8:00 pm EST
Episode: Season 39, Episode 8, “We Made It to the Merge!”
TV Channel: CBS
Live Stream: Watch live on Fubo TV. Sign up now for a free seven-day trial. You can also watch on the CBS website or CBS All Access.
We’ll be returning to one-hour episodes after this week, although we are currently on pace for another week of two people going home sometime in the future before the finale’s date of Wednesday, December 18.