Moderator Jeff Probst has revealed that some challenges that were part of previous seasons have been scrapped in favor of new ones
Survivor Season 43 is geared towards bringing more ultimatums, arguments, and eliminations. This season, in addition to physical preparation, the participants also need mental stability and strength to keep going to the end. Survivor host Jeff Probst will be on hand at all times to guide attendees on the right path. The only survivor who manages to clear all the hurdles and reach the end will win the show.
CBS recently released the cast for the new season of the reality show. Fans are about to see 18 new faces cutthroatly complementing each other. They are divided into three tribes – Baka, Coco and Vesi, each with six candidates. They are challenged with hunger and extreme physical combat. It remains to be seen which tribe survives to the end.
Where was Survivor season 43 filmed?
Production on “Survivor” season 43 began in May 2022. Similar to the previous two seasons, this season will only last 26 days due to Covid restrictions enforced during filming. The season was filmed on the Mamanuca Islands in Fiji. The contestants will once again be seen struggling to survive while stranded on the island. The performers of different ages and backgrounds have to play the game not as individuals but as a society to survive to the end. But at the same time, they have to plan their individual games strategically.
Probst recently revealed that a few things from seasons 41 and 42 will not be coming back this season. The phrases “Change History” and “Do or Die” didn’t get good feedback from fans and were dropped in favor of new challenges. Probst explained that participants in the 26-day challenge will compete “with no food, very little supplies, and penalties for losing the small tribe.” This time the show will require manipulation, emotional breakdowns, physical strength and mental peace.
“Survivor” Season 43 is scheduled to air September 21 at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT on CBS. You can tune in to Paramount Plus and Hulu to catch up on previous seasons of the show.