When will we see a new episode of Survivor: Cagayan?
It’s a little early for a new season, but it looks like Survivor: Caramoan is getting close.
The showrunner, Jeremy Sorensen, confirmed to EW on Thursday that the next episode will premiere on Monday, February 11, and it’ll feature the return of one of the series’ original stars, Rob Cesternino.
“There’s no question that we’re all very excited to get back into the Caramoans of Caramoaning,” Soreksen told EW.
“Rob is going to have a big part to play in the story and he’ll be an integral part of the story.”
That’s not all, though.
“He’s going to be a big character, and I think he’ll really get his own story to tell, so we’re looking forward to that.”
There’s no word on when we’ll see another episode of the show.
You can catch up with a full look at the episode’s story, cast and castaways, and season premiere below.
What to know about Survivor: The Caramoana castaways season premiere episode: “We’ll be seeing some of our favorites from last season and we’re going to see some of the same people from this season,” Sorenson said.
It’s going back a lot to the old-school, tribe-based, and we’ll be really excited to see them back.” “
And I think you’ll see a lot of the players we played on last season, and a lot will be new to them.
It’s going back a lot to the old-school, tribe-based, and we’ll be really excited to see them back.”
Survivor: Survivor Caramoanzans castaways recap: The castaways that made the cut in Caramoanians season premiere: Rob Cordeiro Rob Mariano Robert D’Agostino Brad Culpepper Josh Cordeiros Jeremy Seifert Matt Miller (sister of Rob) Rob D’Ath Jeremy Spencer (brother of Rob, cousin of Rob), and Tai Trang Tai Tran Michael Cordeio Jason Hightower Michael Cauley (brother-in-law of Rob’s) and Alex M. Johnson Alex M., and Ryan Cordeios Josh Caffrey (brother to Tai and Tai’s ex-wife, Sarah) Jason D’Arcy (sibling of Rob and Tai) Ryan Caffre(sibling to Tai’s brother, Adam) Jason M. (siblings of Adam and Rob) and Ryan Sorenesen (sisters of Rob).
Jeff Probst and Rob Cressey (second from right) and former Survivor: Fans v.
Favorites host Jeff Probissel (left) and Rob McElhenney (right).
“We’ve seen some of these people play, but we’ve never really seen them in the flesh,” Sønsen said.
He added that “there’s a lot we can learn about each of these players” during this upcoming season.
“So we’re not going to just tell you who they are.
We’re going get them in some real time with each other, so it’s going be a really exciting experience.”
“Rob has the most to gain and lose from this.
He will be a huge player to the story, and he’s a huge fan of the tribe,” Sirensen added.
“This is a really important moment in his life and we want to make sure we bring him back for a really good story.”
“I think it’s important to remember that Rob has the best chance of making it through this game,” Sotnar added.
“[Rob] is a great person and a great competitor, and this is going for him and for his family.
I think it is very important for him to get through this and not be pushed around, and to not have people try and make him feel like he can’t do it.
So this is a big game for him, and when he comes out of it with his head held high, he’ll make a huge impact on this season.”
“The way we’ve done this is that we’ve been so honest about the players that we brought back from last year,” Sogar added.
He also mentioned that the show will be making a “big deal” about “how [Rob] played in this season.
I don’t think there’s a better time to be able to show you the game, and [that] he has a chance to play the game.”
Sorensen also revealed that he and Cordeito will be in charge of casting the episode.
“I am in charge, so that’s really awesome,” Sowar told EW of the new casting.
“The casting process has been really hard for me and Jeremy, because we’re very, very involved in the whole process.
I’m really happy that they feel like this is the right thing for us to do, and that this is something that they’re