'Survivor: South Pacific' Ends, Good Riddance to Redemption

At the end of the Survivor: South Pacific live reunion, Jeff Probst announced the coming of a new twist in Survivor, as it enters its 24th season in February. The new Survivor will be called Survivor: One World and will, as John suggested in an earlier article, house both opposing tribes on one island, in one camp. This is a great idea, and could make for some mixed alliances (and avoid "pagonging"). I just hope they don't bring back any more returning players. 

Redemption Island wasn't working for 2 reasons: Redemption Island seemed to be more of an extended reign of terror for one or two players than a twist, and the Survivor veterans drew so much focus, that it couldn't create any new All-Stars or winners from the new Survivors. Granted, a new player actually won Survivor: South Pacific, and this final jury was much less lopsided than last season's, where it was clear that Boston Rob would and should win. Had Ozzy made it to the final vote, though, it would have gone to a veteran hands down.Read More...



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