Big Changes To The ‘Survivor: Cagayan’ Season Finale


It is so exciting that the Survivor is going old school! Not since season 1, has the Survivor finale been on a Wednesday night (May 21). survivor-jeff-probst

Here is what Probst tells Entertainment Weekly, “I love that we’ll have our finale on a Wednesday! It just feels new and fresh and fun! We’re changing things up in other ways too. To start with, I’ll be live from the beginning of the two-hour finale. I’ll also be live at the end of every act. I’ll be interacting via social media @jeffprobst with fans at home and in the audience. We’re endeavoring to make this more of a shared event rather than a passive viewing experience. I’m excited. I think it’s going to add a nice bit of energy to the show. As for the finale itself, still more surprises to come regarding how it finishes and two of the most exciting challenges of any finale. Then we have the reunion. Where we’ll focus on some of the more interesting relationships of this season — there is definitely a lot of unfinished business that we’ll deal with.  I anticipate a really fun night to finish off a really fun season!”

Looks like we are in for an exciting Survivor finale.  Click here to read Jeff’s entire interview with Entertainment Weekly.

Are you excited about Survivor’s Season finale? Join Eric (@RealityRecaps ) Melissa (@@thedolphinpoet) and me (@comedyjonah) as we tweet both East and West Coast Finales.


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