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- “Survivor” is back for a new season starting September 21 at 8 pm ET on CBS.
- Eighteen castaways will be divided into three tribes: Baka, Coco and Vesi.
- You can watch new episodes on CBS or with a subscription to Paramount Plus ($10/month).
Season 43 of “Survivor” premieres September 21 at 8 pm ET on CBS. The competition returns to Fiji with 18 new entrants who will be divided into three tribes: Baka, Coco and Vesi.
Like the last two seasons, season 43 was changed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Instead of the typical 39-day competition of traditional seasons, the castaways will only be stranded for 26 days.
Watch the trailer for season 43 of ‘Survivors’
This season’s cast ranges in age from 19 to 52 and includes Paralympian Noelle Lambert. Jeff Probst returns as host of the show to preside over the final group of contenders vying for the title of lone survivor.
Where to watch season 43 of ‘Survivors’
You can watch season 43 of “Survivor” beginning September 21 at 8:00 pm ET/PT on CBS. New episodes will premiere each following Wednesday.
If you don’t have cable, you can also stream new episodes of “Survivor” as they air on CBS via Paramount Plus. To get CBS live, you need the Paramount Plus Premium plan for $10 a month. Subscribers to the cheaper Essential plan ($5/month) can stream episodes on demand the next day.
In addition to streaming on Paramount Plus, viewers can watch new episodes of “Survivor” through any live TV streaming service including CBS. YouTube TV, Hulu + Live TV, and FuboTV all feature CBS as part of their channel lineups.
For a limited time, new members can get their first three months of Hulu + Live TV for $60 off, making it the cheapest option during this promotional period.
Where to watch past seasons of ‘Survivors’
If you’re looking to watch previous seasons of “Survivor,” you can get on-demand access to all previous seasons of the show on Paramount Plus.
Some past seasons of “Survivor” are also available to stream on Netflix, Hulu, and Prime Video, but Paramount Plus has the most comprehensive collection of “Survivor” episodes.
What other reality shows can I watch on Paramount Plus?
If you like “Survivor,” you may want to check out other reality shows on Paramount Plus. Subscribers can also watch series like “Big Brother,” “The Amazing Race,” “Ink Master,” “Love Island USA,” “The Challenge: All Stars,” and “RuPaul’s Drag Race.”
For more streaming recommendations, check out our full rundown of every original show and movie on Paramount Plus.