Survivor South Africa is a South African version of the global reality competition Survivor created by Charlie Parsons, in which contestants are isolated in the wilderness and compete for cash and other prizes. The show, produced by Endemol South Africa, uses a system of progressive elimination, allowing the contestants to vote off other tribe members until one final contestant remains and wins the title of "Ultimate Survivor" (in most other countries the title is "Sole Survivor").
Runtime: 60 minutes
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Survivor: South Pacific is the twenty-third season of the American CBS competitive reality television series Survivor. The season was filmed from May 30 through July 7, 2011 and premiered on September 14, 2011. Applications were due in January 11, 2011, approximately 800 applicants visited in various states, from there 16 contestants were chosen as participants. Samoa was not initially selected as a location for this season, as the show had already filmed two seasons (Samoa and Heroes vs. Villains) in the area. The production team withdrew from their original locale, Tonga, due to economic problems. The season was filmed in the vicinity of Upolu and it served as the location for the next season. Redemption Island, first introduced in the prior season, returned for this season. Sophie Clarke was named the winner in the final episode on December 18, 2011, defeating Benjamin “Coach” Wade and Albert Destrade in a 6–3–0 vote. Ozzy Lusth won $100,000 as the “Sprint Player of the Season”, winning this honor by the largest margin since the award's inception in Survivor: China, and earning the fans' vote over John Cochran. The complete season was released on DVD on September 8, 2015, via Amazon.com's CreateSpace program.
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