"It's Survivor Warfare"
The 30th season will feature the first-time theme of "Worlds Apart," with castaways divided into the three separate tribes.
"It Will Be My Revenge"
White Collar castaways strip down and embrace their free-spirited "no collar" tendencies. Blue Collar castaways disagree when it comes to heavy lifting at camp, and one castaway struggles to adapt to her new tribemates.
"Crazy is as Crazy Does"
A division of labor causes cracks in the hard-working Blue Collar tribe.
"Winner Winner, Chicken Dinner"
Tribes drop their buffs in a switch that will shake up alliances.
"We're Finally Playing Some Survivor"
"Odd Woman Out"
One castaway struggles to fit in after a shocking tribal council.
"The Line Will Be Drawn Tonight"
Alliances are tested as castaways must adapt to playing an individual game after the merge.
"Keep It Real"
Castaways walk a fine line and struggle to stay balanced at a reward challenge.
"Livin' On the Edge"
One castaway breaks out their arts and crafts skills to create a fake idol and makes a plan to prevent being eliminated.
"Bring the Popcorn"
A key advantage gives one castaway a game-changing opportunity, and another castaway lashes out when their integrity is questioned.
"Survivor Russian Roulette"
A twist at the immunity challenge creates a two-way race for security in the game, and one castaway uses his entire body as a bridge during a reward challenge.
"Holding on for Dear Life"
A reward gives castaways an opportunity to deliver supplies to a local orphanage. Also, castaways must scramble after a crazy tribal council leaves some on the outs.
"My Word Is My Bond"
With only six castaways left in the game, immunity is more important than ever.
"It's A Fickle, Fickle Game"
After 39 days, one castaway will be crowned sole Survivor and take home the million dollar prize.
In a "Survivor" first, the results of the fan vote for the 20 castaways who will compete in the fall edition will be revealed live by host and executive producer Jeff Probst.