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Survivor - Season 32

Described as the most punishing season in Survivor history, Kaôh Rōng saw a record number of medical evacuations. After a dynamic game filled with numerous strategic shifts, the season was won by Michele Fitzgerald in a 5-2-0 vote over Aubry Bracco and Tai Trang. The season has produced five returning players to date (Aubry Bracco, Caleb Reynolds, Debbie Wanner, Michele Fitzgerald, and Tai Trang).

Survivor - Season 32

Though this was the 32nd season to air, it was the 31st to shoot, having been filmed before Survivor: Cambodia, which aired first; the two seasons were filmed back-to-back in the same location. Like all seasons from Survivor: Fiji onward, this season featured hidden immunity idols that could be played after the votes were cast but before they were read; this season also introduced the feature whereby two of these idols could be combined into one single "super idol" that could be played after the votes were read, similar to the idols found in Panama, Cook Islands, and Cagayan. This season also introduced the power to remove a member of the jury, which was given to the finalist who won the final reward challenge. It is known as "the most punishing season of Survivor", due to the multiple medical evacuations.

Kaôh Rōng opened to positive response from critics and commentators upon initial release, with several praising the season's unpredictability and strong finalists. Ratings remained strong for most of the season and in April, it became the highest rated unscripted program among adults in all demographics.

Outside of Survivor, Reynolds competed on the premiere of Candy Crush.[6] Reynolds also competed on a Survivor vs Big Brother episode of Fear Factor.[7] Fitzgerald also competed on the thirty-seventh and the thirty-eighth seasons of The Challenge.[8]

Overall, the season received a positive response from critics and commentators, who praised its unpredictability and strong players including Fitzgerald, Bracco, Gillon, and Trang. The members of the jury, the lackluster final tribal council, and the final twist that gave one of the finalists the right to vote out a jury member (which resulted in Gottileb's removal), however, were received poorly by many.[41][42]

Daniel Fienberg of The Hollywood Reporter praised the season's unpredictability but panned the final Tribal Council, saying "this was one of the rare seasons that came into its last leg with no inherently 'wrong' winner;"[41] but was critical of the jury members for providing a very dull final tribal council. He praised Fitzgerald for her alliance management and for winning challenges at crucial points in the game and was of the opinion that the last two challenge wins, which provided "nice [moments] of release and catharsis", were what won her the title in the end. Fienberg, however, criticized the jury, Pollard and Jason in particular, for not voting for Bracco, who he thought had been a stronger strategic player and the undue attention given to Tai during the reunion show; he went on to call the whole two hours "awful".[41]

Andy Dehnart of Reality Blurred echoed Fienberg's sentiment, stating that it "ended up being a strong season overall, with some exceptionally dramatic moments and interesting game play throughout" but the finale was a "disappointing three hours." He was especially critical of jury members Pollard, Jason, and Maiorano, the editing of the final episode, Probst's undue discussion on non-game related things, and lack of attention on players including Bracco and Gillon during the final episode and the reunion show respectively.[43]

Survivor fans narrowly agreed with the final outcome, voting for Fitzgerald over Bracco by a margin of 3% in a poll conducted by Entertainment Weekly which asked who should've won every season of Survivor.[42]

Ratings for the premiere were down considerably from both the Worlds Apart season and Cambodia season, attaining a 1.9/7 rating/share among adults 18-49; this was largely due to American Idol airing at the same time as the show and attaining a 2.0/7 rating.[10] Including DVR playback, the premiere was watched by 10 million viewers and got a 2.6 rating in the 18-49 demographic, slightly surpassing American Idol's 9.76 million viewers and 2.5 rating.[50]

The season was one of the most brutal games. Three contestants suffered from heat stroke on Day 9, including Caleb Reynolds, who had to be evacuated from the island. And producers later had to medically evacuate two other players, Neal Gottlieb and Joe del Campo, thanks to infections. But in the end, Michele Fitzgerald, Aubry Bracco, and Tai Trang outlasted them all and made it to the Final Tribal Council.

Michele is definitely not the only polarizing Survivor winner. As mentioned above, there are 43 seasons of the series, meaning that there are plenty of Sole Survivors fans deem not worthy of their win.

I think that it will be a great season although they did do a fans vs favorites twice it was still a great theme because they brought back your favorite players. I think there are many better themes like have all the winners come back and battle it out for the last time or even have every player that was booted off first and come back to redeem although it is like second chance. Just i do think it is to soon, i still think it will be a great success and it will see if the beauty and brain can beat up the brawn for the first time. I love the game and i am happy with any theme as long as it is a good season fun and entertaining and a memorable season

Too soon. FvF 2 and BvW 2 both failed relative to their original seasons. This will probably be no different. They are too worried about the cast fitting the theme rather than if they will make for good television.

its too soon i think. plus Cagayan was good because of the cast, not necesarily the theme. if you look at SJDS it wasnt a very successful return of B v W. i think they shouldve waited a few more seasons, maybe about 10 seasons after, like Caramoan which was a great season.

I always like three-tribe seasons cos it leaves every member exposed and thus strategy starts right away. For a future season, it would be interesting to do a schoolyard pick. Where one man and one woman would start to choose within the pool of eighteen people. However, in a twist, after the two tribes have six members each, the schoolyard pick would be over. Thus, the remaining six people not chosen, will form the third tribe, much like misfits or underdogs. That would be interesting, I think.

I would like to see a survivor show with contestants from all English speaking countries which would include Canada, Australia, New Zealand, UK, South Africa, asked any others producers can think of. Sick of only Americans. Foreign language countries worked be hard because language bf barrier and not knowing what is being said behind camera.Does anyone else agree?

I. Hope the. Season. 33. Sourivior. Will be. Three chance players. For. Joe. And. Spencer and woo. And that. The. They have the season. 34. Will. Be Winners. Vs. winners with. Jt. Thomas. Sandra. Tyson. And. The third. Chance. Players. Include. Choach. And. The. Season 35. Will be. The. Fans vs Favorites. 3. With. Returnees bringing back. People like joe. Eddie. Coach. Woo. Spencer. Maclom.

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Congrats to Michelle! Wonderful season. Great cast. I thought the finale was overshadowed by the popstar, although donating to a great cause this was not the time to do it. She upstaged the cast, some who had not yet had a chance to speak. It should have been about them not her.

Survivor season 32 premiered in May 2016, and the show has had 43 seasons. In season 32, 18 castaways were divided into three tribes of six members, Chan Loh, To Tang, and Gondrol. However, in episode 17, the tribes were merged into the Dara tribe.

The winner of season 32 went on to appear in several shows, including MTV's The Challenge in seasons 37 and 38. On the latest season of the MTV show, she played alongside her Ride or Die, Jay, who also appeared on the CBS show.

Bracco and Tai competed together in season 34, and after his experience on television, Tai continued his beekeeping. He currently resides in San Francisco and serves on the council for urban forestry.

The Survivor season 32 contestant works as a protection agent and bounty hunter. He is also the CEO of the US Apprehension and Bond Agency. Since January 2022, he has been working for Jack Harlow as a Personal Security Supervisor and currently lives in Michigan.

When the long-running CBS reality series returns for season 32 (!) on Feb. 17, it will be with 18 new faces and a return to the Brains vs. Brawn vs. Beauty theme last used in season 28, Survivor: Cagayan. The three tribes of six will test whether there is any truth to the idea that the certain characteristics they pssess will lead to a million dollar win.

Like last season, Survivor: Kaoh Rong (the official subtitle for season 32) was filmed in Cambodia. With harsh conditions and relentless weather, the location led to what CBS is calling one "of the most physically grueling seasons in the show's history." Sounds like fun!

The castaways hoping their good looks are worth a million bucks are (clockwise, from left): Tai Trang, a 51-year-old gardener from San Francisco; Nick Maiorano, a 30-year-old personal trainer from Redondo Beach, Calif.; Anna Khait, a 26-year-old pro poker player from Brooklyn; Caleb Reynolds, a 28-year-old army vet from Hopkinsville, Ky. who also happens to be a former Big Brother season 16 contestant; Julia Sokolowski, a 19-year-old college student from Boston; and Michele Fitzgerald, a 24-year-old bartender from Freehold, N.J. 041b061a72

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