Say It Ain’t So: New ‘Survivor’ Series Will Have (Get This) … a Twist!

Jul 28, 2010  •  Post A Comment

In a surprise twist (not), word has surfaced that CBS’s upcoming “Survivor: Nicaragua” will have (gasp) … a twist, the Orlando Sentinel revealed.

Hint: All the hype surrounding the expected involvement of 67-year-old former Super Bowl coach Jimmy Johnson could have something to do with it.

Here’s the spoiler: The next installment in the “Survivor” franchise will pit young against old, according to the story. Contestants will be divided into two tribes, one under 30 and the other over 40.

"Survivor: Nicaragua" premieres on CBS Sept. 15 at 8 p.m. ET.


  1. zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz….. I know Survivor still pulls in good ratings, but I find it boring beyond belief.

  2. Easy now John in Oklahoma. It’s not Survivor’s fault you prefer to be a contestant on the next installment of I Love New York or whatever BS they are playing on VH1 nowadays. I love Survivor more than anything else on TV (now that Lost is over). Survivor is the most classic realty game show there is and it’s obviously doing something right, now going on its 916th season.

  3. Can it be true that Miss Thang is a junior high Phys. Ed. educator?

  4. Love all the opinions expressed here! How is everyone? Love how everyone expresses whatr they feel 🙂

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