This season of Survivor is so far shaping up to be old-school players versus new-school players. The latest episode, airing Wednesday, February 26 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on CBS, is called “Out For Blood” and promises to shake things up with “chaos” at Edge of Extinction island. Here’s how to watch if you don’t have a cable subscription.
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Survivor Season 40, Episode 3 Preview
The episode description for “Out for Blood” teases, “New-school players attempt to take control against the old-school players in an effort to change up the game. Also, chaos ensues on Edge of Extinction when an opportunity presents itself.”
Based on the preview clips, it definitely looks like players are about to clash. At Sele, Adam Klein is ready to shake things up and wrest control away from Boston Rob Mariano, whom Adam doesn’t think is playing a very smart game so far.
“He needs to adapt and maybe play a little bit more like I am,” says Adam. “This is the time to draw a line in the sand and target some of the big dogs in this game.”
Meanwhile, over at Dakal, Sandra Diaz-Twine snags a shark in the fishing net. An honest to goodness shark. It’s only about two feet long, but still.
Finally, the chaos at Edge of Extinction might have to do with Amber Brkich Mariano. The preview makes it look as though she figures something out at Edge of Extinction and runs off, while Natalie Anderson and Danni Boatwright are left to wonder what’s going on and chase after her. Hmmm.
As Jeremy Collins teases, “Bullets are gonna start flying, knives are gonna start stabbing.”
The following 17 castaways are still in the game proper:
Adam Klein, 28, winner of “Millennials vs. Gen-X” (2016)
Ben Driebergen, 36, winner of “Heroes vs. Healers vs. Hustlers” (2017)
Denise Stapley, 48, winner of “Philippines” (2012)
Ethan Zohn, 45, winner of “Africa” (2001)
Jeremy Collins, 41, winner of “Second Chance” (2015)
Kim Spradlin-Wolfe, 36, winner of “One World” (2012)
Michele Fitzgerald, 29, winner of “Kaôh Rōng” (2016)
Nick Wilson, 28, winner of “David vs. Goliath” (2018)
Parvati Shallow, 36, winner of “Fans vs. Favorites” (2008)
Rob Mariano, 43, winner of “Redemption Island” (2011)
Sandra Diaz-Twine, 44, winner of “Pearl Islands” (2003) & “Heroes vs. Villains” (2010)
Sarah Lacina, 34, winner of “Game Changers” (2017)
Sophie Clarke, 29, winner of “South Pacific” (2011)
Tony Vlachos, 45, winner of “Cagayan” (2014)
Tyson Apostol, 39, winner of “Blood vs. Water” (2013)
Wendell Holland, 35, winner of “Ghost Island” (2018)
Yul Kwon, 44, winner of “Cook Islands” (2006)
The three castaways are on Edge of Extinction are:
Survivor: Winners at War airs Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.
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