Cagayan, Philippines – Tagged as the “Survivor: Cagayan Premiere,” The US version of the “Survivor” reality TV show premiered in Cagayan Valley, north of Manila, on Wednesday, February 26, 2014.
The three competing tribes with 6 members each, the Brains tribe (Luzon), the Beauty tribe (Solana) and the Brawn tribe (Aparri) have traveled through helicopter, boat and truck, respectively, to the site.
From “Survivor”’s host, Jeff Probst, official Twitter account, he tweeted:
“#survivor so glad you guys dug the premiere! Yeah baby! Ratings were very good and it’s thanks to you. Yes, DVR ratings count too :)”
#survivor so glad you guys dug the premiere! Yeah baby! Ratings were very good and it's thanks to you. Yes, DVR ratings count too 🙂
— Jeff Probst (@JeffProbst) February 28, 2014
The “Survivor: Cagayan” Premiere rating has been revealed to be close to the ratings of the season premiere of American Idol, the most popular singing competition.
Participants in the “Survivor: Cagayan edition are:
- Cliff Robinson
- David Samson
- LJ McKanas
- Yung “Woo” Hwang
- Spencer Bledsoe
- Trish Hegarty
- Jefra Bland
- Jeremiah Wood
- Lindsey Ogle
- Morgan McLeod
- Alexis Maxwell
- Latasha “Tasha” Fox
- Kassandra “Kass” McQuillen
- J’Tia Taylor
- Sarah Lacina
- Tony Vlachos
- Brice Johnston
- Garrett Adelstein
Two are already voted out after 6 days: David Samson and Garrett Adelstein
The tribe members vote who they want to go home, until a sole survivor is left. The sole survivor would win $1,000,000 (prior to taxes). All participants of the “Survivor” usually received cash prizes with the runner-up receiving $100,000, and the third place – $85,000, most of the time.