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AFTER 39 GRUELING DAYS, ONE CASTAWAY WILL BE CROWNED THE SOLE SURVIVOR ON A SPECIAL 2-HOUR SEASON FINALE OF "SURVIVOR: BLOOD VS. WATER," FOLLOWED BY A ONE-HOUR LIVE REUNION SHOW, SUNDAY, DEC. 15
"It's My Night" - After 39 grueling days, one castaway will be crowned the Sole Survivor and awarded $1 million on a special two-hour season finale of SURVIVOR: BLOOD VS. WATER, Sunday, Dec. 15 (8:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT), followed by a one-hour live reunion show hosted by Jeff Probst (10:00 -11:00PM, ET/PT), on the CBS Television Network. It's do or die as castaways battle at the final Redemption and the final three castaways face a harsh jury at an emotional tribal council.
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DESCRIPTION: (from CBS's press release, January 2015) CBS announced today the 18 castaways who will compete on the next SURVIVOR when the Emmy Award-winning series returns for its 30th season with a special 90-minute premiere, Wednesday, Feb. 25 (8:00-9:30 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Emmy Award winner Jeff Probst is host. After 15 years and 30 seasons, the newest edition will feature the first-time theme of "Worlds Apart," with castaways from very different backgrounds divided into the three separate tribes. The all-new castaways will be grouped by White Collar, Blue Collar and No Collar. The White Collars (Masaya Tribe), known for making the rules, includes a corporate executive, a retail buyer and a marketing director. The Blue Collars (Escameca Tribe), known to follow the rules, consists of a postal worker, an oil driller and a contractor. The No Collars (Nargarote Tribe) boasts free spirits who are known to break the rules. This tribe consists of a coconut salesman, a sailing instructor and a YouTube sensation. These three tribes will have very different approaches to how they play the game and interact with each other, while sharing the same goal: to outwit, outplay, outlast and ultimately be crowned Sole Survivor and winner of the $1 million dollar prize.