Survivor season 41 press release teases a ‘new chapter’ for Survivor

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It has been a long time coming for all of us Survivor fans. We have watched rerun, after rerun, season after season, and are craving the real thing.

Luckily, a new season is finally coming this September and, in another indication that Season 41 is really close to becoming reality,  CBS has released its first press release in a long time promoting the series.

Survivor season 41 press release teases new season

In the newest press release for Survivor season 41, CBS has teased the season as being a “new chapter” in the story of Survivor.

Check out the first Survivor season 41 press release from CBS below:

"After 20 years, SURVIVOR launches a new chapter when the Emmy Award-winning series returns on Wednesdays. Stranded in the beautiful islands of Fiji, these 18 determined new castaways will be divided into three tribes of six and will face one of the most dangerous seasons in the history of the show. The series evolves even further when this season introduces fresh elements to the competition that intensifies the battle and tests even the strongest super fan. The mental and physical challenges force players to choose between personal risk and reward, while still navigating the complex social game and attempting to forge alliances to last another day. The individuals competing are from diverse backgrounds with the same ultimate goal: to outwit, outplay and outlast and ultimately be crowned Sole Survivor. The show is hosted and executive produced by Emmy Award winner Jeff Probst."

Ok, everybody scream SCREAM!!! The return of Survivor is getting closer and closer, but in the meantime, let us ponder a couple of takeaways from the press release.

First, from the press release what exactly does “fresh elements” mean? Is Survivor taking a more modern direction or are they going with what has worked for years?

Secondly, how will “three tribes of six” work? How long will they be three tribes? Will they make it two tribes right off the bat? Or could they just merge them into one tribe right from the start?

Survivor fans, it is time to get your imaginations running because the time is almost here when we’ll once again hear those famous words from Jeff Probst, “Come on in guys” and “The tribe has spoken.”

Me personally, I am old school. Don’t change what has worked for so many years. Maybe change some things up a bit, but don’t lose the fan base that has been building for many years by changing too much.

What kind of Survivor fan are you and what do you want to see happen in Season 41?

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