Survivor Blood V Water: Everything you need to know

Survivor blood v water

• Is it possible to betray the ones you love? 

Twenty-four castaways will battle it out alongside a loved one when Australian Survivor: Blood V Water premieres on Monday, 31 January at 7.30pm, on 10 and 10 Play on demand.

Siblings, couples, in-laws, and parents and children will all go head-to-head and test the strength of their bonds as they play the world’s toughest game. Survivor is ultimately an individual game, so what happens when you play bound to another player? Is it possible to betray the ones you love? 

Hailing from Queensland are Andy, Kate, Ben, Shayelle, Chrissy, Croc, David and Briana.

Representing Victoria are Alex, Jay, Amy, Khanh, Jordie, Jordan, Josh, KJ, Sophie, Mark, Sam and Mel.

Flying the flag for New South Wales is Melissa and representing the ACT is Jesse.

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Survivor: Blood V Water

Speaking to Mediaweek, 10’s national sales director, Lisa Squillace said that the franchise is one that draws an incredibly engaged audience.

“Having Australian Survivor back at this time of year is extremely valuable from an audience and commercial standpoint,” she said. “The Survivor superfan is one of the most engaged and committed viewers. Survivor superfans will consume and follow the series across multiple platforms, including tearing their way through international and historical seasons as we’ve seen in the success of the franchise on 10 Play.”

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Produced by Endemol Shine Australia for Network 10 and supported by the Queensland Government through Screen Queensland’s Production Attraction Strategy, this latest series is expected to deliver $12.6 million for the state’s economy and employ 170 Queenslanders.  

The new series comes off the back of series six of the show, Australian Survivor: Brains v Brawn. The sixth season was filmed in Cloncurry, generating approximately $14.6 million and 150 local jobs.

The Brains v Brawn finale had 785,000 viewers (923,000 for winners announcement) as Hayley was crowned Sole Survivor and won $500,000. The winner’s announcement was the top segment across all key demographics.

Australian Survivor: Blood V Water. Premieres Monday, 31 January At 7.30pm only on 10 and 10 Play on demand.  

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