The two people who got voted off Survivor tonight might soon get a chance to return to the game. But first, they have to head out to Extinction Island for a short stay.
Last week, it was Rob Mariano who got voted out. The shuffling of the tribes did him no favors, as his new group immediately sent him packing.
Rob was sent to join Amber Mariano, Natalie Anderson, Danni Boatwright, Ethan Zohn, and Tyson Apostol on Extinction Island. It meant a reunion with his wife, but also a challenging road to becoming the winner.
Who got voted off Survivor tonight?
Three tribes battled it out to acquire safety, with Sele, Dakal, and Yara each knowing that only the tribe to win the Immunity Challenge would be gaining safety. Everyone else would be going to Tribal Council.
Sophie Clarke really dominated the end part of the obstacle course, meaning the Yara Tribe was going to be safe for the night. The results weren’t as wonderful for the Dakal Tribe and Sele Tribe.
As a reminder, Dakal consisted of Jeremy Collins, Denise Stapley, Tony Vlachos, Sandra Diaz-Twine, and Kim Spradlin-Wolfe. The Sele members were Parvati Shallow, Nick Wilson, Yul Kwon, Michele Fitzgerald, and Wendell Holland.
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As for who was voted off Survivor tonight, it was the Sele Tribe that went to Tribal Council first. They voted out Parvati Shallow in an interesting 3-2 vote.
At the second Tribal Council of the evening, it was the Dakal Tribe that was put on the spot by Jeff. They voted out Sandra Diaz-Twine!
Denise played two Immunity Idols (one for herself and one for Jeremy), canceling out all votes against her, and Sandra went out on a 1-0 vote!
To recap, Parvati and Sandra were voted off Survivor tonight and were sent to Edge of Extinction.
More Survivor news from CBS
Due to what is taking place around the world, production for Survivor 41 has stopped. It’s still the early stages of the delay, but it’s possible that it could eventually impact how soon CBS can air it on television.
With Survivor 41 delayed, it also directly impacts what takes place with Survivor 42. The production team now films seasons back-t0-back in order to cut down on costs, with the plan to air one in the fall and one in the spring.
Host Jeff Probst plans on updating crew, cast members, and viewers at a later date on whether or not anything else takes place in regard to the production schedule.
Survivor: Winners at War airs Wednesday nights at 8/7c on CBS.