09:22 PM EDT 10/08/2015
Originally posted 08/25/2015 10:00AM
Well, this should be fun.
CBS has released the first details of Survivor Cambodia: Second Chance, and the season sure looks like a winner.
In May, America voted for the cast of the long-running franchise's 31st season. They chose 10 men and 10 women who had competed once before but hadn't won the game.
By and large, America got it right, although the omission of Survivor: Africa's Teresa Cooper was a heartbreaker.
Still, multiple sources have told PEOPLE that the season turned out to be one of the franchise's strongest in its 31-season history. Here's what to expect:
Originally posted 08/17/2015 03:45PM
When we last saw Jon Misch and Jaclyn Schultz, they were competing on Survivor: San Juan del Sur. They both did well – he ended up in sixth place, and she was the season's runner-up. (It was a Blood vs. Water season, so Misch and Schultz were already dating when they competed.)
Their love clearly survived Survivor: Misch and Schultz were wed in a traditional ceremony in Detroit on Sunday.
They exchanged their vows at the Shrine Chapel in the suburb of Orchard Lake, and Schultz tells PEOPLE that she found the perfect dress for her big day. "It's a Pnina Tornai from Kleinfeld," she says. "It has long lace sleeves fitted to my body with a train. It's a mixture of lace and silk."
Originally posted 07/21/2015 09:30AM
The tribe has spoken: Survivor winner Ethan Zohn is ready to wed the love of his life.
Originally posted 05/31/2015 02:00PM
"We're having a blast," the reality show champ tells PEOPLE
Originally posted 05/22/2015 07:35PM
Sometimes, people play a good game of Survivor, but lose because of bad luck.
Originally posted 05/22/2015 05:10PM
Nice guys don't always finish last.
That was ultimately the message of Survivor: Worlds Apart. The arguments were ugly and the characters weren't always lovable, but in the end, it was good guy Mike Holloway who walked away with $1 million.
It wasn't easy. After finding himself on the outs, Holloway only made it to the end by winning five immunity challenges and playing a hidden immunity idol.
Holloway, a 38-year-old oil driller from Texas, tells PEOPLE how he won the game – and what he'll do differently if he ever plays again.
Originally posted 05/20/2015 11:15PM
America has spoken.
With more than 10 million ballots cast, fans of Survivor have selected 10 men and 10 women to head to a remote island later this week to play the game.
All of the contestants have played the game once before, but none of them have walked away with the $1 million check.
These 20 contestants will be immediately sequestered. They will speak to the media on Friday before going to Cambodia to play the game.
With no further ado, these are the contestants America chose.
Originally posted 05/20/2015 10:10PM
Stephen Fishbach was the runner-up on Survivor: Tocantins and has been blogging about Survivor strategy for PEOPLE since 2009. Follow him on Twitter @stephenfishbach.
"When I start working hard on something, my whole body and soul just goes into it, with every ounce of me. … And that's what winners do. Winners keep fighting. Champions keep persevering." –Bobby Jon Drinkard, Survivor: Palau
I'm filing this dispatch to PEOPLE mere moments before I learn if I'm about to be cast on Survivor: Second Chances. Whether or not I end up being selected – I want to thank all of you who have voted for me over the past few weeks. The outpouring of support I've received has truly touched me, and I am incredibly grateful.
Now on to Wednesday's finale: Spoilers ahead.
Originally posted 05/18/2015 07:50PM
You've got to hand it to the producers of Survivor. They sure know how to keep a franchise going.
Two weeks ago, the long-running show announced a voting process where America would get to choose contestants for next season.
Through Wednesday night's finale, voters can visit Survivor's website to choose the 10 men and 10 women who they want to see compete next season.
Last week, PEOPLE profiled 10 women who are in the running to compete.
Now it's time to hear from the men.
PEOPLE spoke with 9 of the potential male contestants. (Mike Holloway is still an active contestant on the current season. As such, he is under a press embargo and cannot campaign for a slot.)
Here they are, in no particular order:
Originally posted 05/15/2015 08:35PM
Next season's game of Survivor has already begun.
When CBS announced that the show would let America choose its next cast, potential contestants began aggressive campaigns on social media for votes.
Through next Wednesday, voters can visit Survivor's website to chose the 10 men and 10 women who they want to see compete next season.
While PEOPLE will refrain from making official endorsements, it just so happened that exactly 10 women responded to our requests for an interview. (We'll profile the men soon.) Here they are, in no particular order:
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