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"Survivor: Worlds Apart" (2015) is back on CBS for Season 30 with Jeff Probst as host.

After 15 years and 30 seasons, the spring 2015 edition will feature the first-time theme of "Worlds Apart," with castaways from very different backgrounds divided into the three separate tribes. The all-new castaways will be grouped by White Collar, Blue Collar and No Collar.

The White Collars (Masaya Tribe), known for making the rules, includes a corporate executive, a retail buyer and a marketing director. The Blue Collars (Escameca Tribe), known to follow the rules, consists of a postal worker, an oil driller and a contractor. The No Collars (Nargarote Tribe) boasts free spirits who are known to break the rules. This tribe consists of a coconut salesman, a sailing instructor and a YouTube sensation. These three tribes will have very different approaches to how they play the game and interact with each other, while sharing the same goal: to outwit, outplay, outlast and ultimately be crowned Sole Survivor and winner of the $1 million dollar prize.

The White Collar (Masaya Tribe) consists of ex-talent agent assistant Tyler Fredrickson, retail buyer So Kim, corporate executive Carolyn Rivera, media consultant Max Dawson, Yahoo executive Shirin Oskooi and marketing director Joaquin Souberbielle.



The Blue Collar (Escameca Tribe) consists of state trooper Kelly Remington, barrel racer Sierra Dawn Thomas, oil driller Mike Holloway, hairdresser Lindsey Cascaddan, postal worker Dan Foley and general contractor Rodney Lavoie Jr.

The No Collar (Nargarote) consists of sailing instructor Jenn Brown, law student Hali Ford, jewelry designer Joe Anglim, hearing advocate Nina Poersch, coconut vendor Vince Sly and YouTube sensation Will Sims II.

"Survivor: Worlds Apart" (2015) is hosted by Emmy Award-winning host Jeff Probst and produced by SEG, Inc. Mark Burnett and Jeff Probst are executive producers.




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SURVIVOR: WORLDS APART (2015): FACTS

Network: CBS
Genre: Reality
Runtime: 60 mins.
Tagline: 39 days... 16 people... ONE... Survivor!
Premiere Date: May 31, 2000
Seasons: 30
Production Company: SEG, Inc.





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russell says:
PLEASE get rid of slimy, coniving Russel. God how I hate his arrogant behavior!!!
donna says:
I think russel has spoiled the the whole heros/villians season. The only reason I have watched any of survivor since the second show is because my husband still does and there are times I simply can't avoid it. too bad seeing as this is one of the shows my husband and I used to enjoy watching together. By the way, this is the only the only program I have ever commented on
marty says:
Survivor Nicaragua is the worse Survivor I have ever seen. All of the men are geeks, except Jimmy Johnson and the geeks voted him off, stupid, stupid, stupid. Mixon should be eliminated by CBS, because of her mouth, bad, bad, bad person.
susie says:
what a sorry outcome for this years worst survivor ever!WILL 2 people quitting lead show to select BETTER players WILL7% WATCH nbcINSTEAD
mark says:
NaOnka You are a looser always have been a looser and will remain a looser the rest of your wasteful existance on this earth. Thank you for quitting looser.

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