Watch the Survivor: Winners at War episode 1 live stream online tonight to find out which players might be voted out of the game for the first time ever.
There’s a certain number of undeniable truths heading into Survivor: Winners at War. Unless Sandra Diaz-Twine takes it down once more, we are looking at another two-time winner by the end of the season, perhaps being the King to Sandra’s status as Queen of Survivor. However, much like every season from the beginning, someone who has won a million dollars being the best player of their season will become the first boot.
That’s right; there’s something to be said about the legacies of the champions coming into Winners at War. Many haven’t tasted defeat once, while many others know what it’s like to be blindsided, backstabbed, or simply without the numbers heading into the inevitable. Fortune favors the bold, but you can’t learn to feel the tingle that goes down your spine when a blindside is about to happen. That has to be earned, and unfortunately, it’s a lesson learned too late.
Much to Natalie Anderson’s chagrin, the 20 winners will not be divided by gender, as the likes of Boston Rob and Ethan will be on the same tribe in a season where Amber, a shared connection, will play. Do they go after each other, or bond together to forge the sands of time? Will the lesser-known, modern-era winners earn their status as legends by blindsiding the greats?
You will need to watch the Survivor: Winners at War episode 1 live stream online tonight to find out, as we’ve got two players to be voted out in store:
Date: Wednesday, Feb. 12
Start Time: 8:00 pm EST
Episode: Season 40, Episode 1, “Greatest of the Greats”
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.
Our regularly scheduled programming returns next Wednesday, as one-hour episodes will become the staple. Sure, there are 20 players’ stories that need to be captured throughout an entire season, but I’m sure the Edge of Extinction won’t get too much (or too little) of the story focus, right? Right?