Everything you need to know about Cast & Tribe Season 43 splits

Survivor Season 42 is coming to an end, and fans are already eager to learn more about the Season 43 cast. Here’s what to know about the new cast and tribes.

Like Survivor season 42 is coming to an end, fans are already looking forward to a brand new cast for season 43, and want to know what each tribe will look like. While Survivor 41 disappointed some fans with its editing, 42 was considered a big improvement. This next season will have big shoes to fill, and fans can’t wait to see just how Survivor 43 will be in the last seasons.

The main complaint about modern seasons of Survivor is that the show spends too much time focusing on the many advantages and not enough time on each player’s strategy. From Shot in the Dark to Knowledge is Power, many fans struggle to keep up with the idols and perks that are constantly circulating, and the player who owns them. Survivor 41 was dubbed the start of a new era by host Jeff Probst and one of the biggest changes was the shortened number of castaway competition days, from 39 to 26. Survivor 43 is expected to follow the same schedule as the previous two seasons, with 18 new castaways competing for 26 days.

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According to Inside the Survivor, Survivor 43 will divide the castaways into three tribes, with six people in each tribe. The Baka tribe is rumored to include 31-year-old psychologist Elie Scott, 24-year-old user experience designer Jeanine Zheng, 50-year-old heart valve specialist Mike Gabler, 28-year-old content creator Morriah Young, 29 – One-year-old admissions counselor Owen Knight and 19-year-old student Sam Layadi. Sam is the youngest actor in Survivor 43, and Baka is expected to have the biggest age gap between the castaways, with over 30 between Mike and Sam.



Jeff Probst on Survivor 42

Koka tribe on Survivor 43 will include Cassidy Clark, 25-year-old fashion merchandising student, Geo Bustamente, 35-year-old web designer, Jay Jones, 37-year-old event curator, Karla Godoy, 28-year-old educator, and 42-year-old pediatric nurse. . 24-year-old fitness instructor Lindsay Carmine and Ryan Medrano. Survivor is known for having contestants of all ages and from all over the country. This tribe represents that, with an 18-year age difference and castaways from Texas, DC, and even Hawaii. Some seasons of Survivor have tribes split based on age, occupation types, or fans versus returning players, but this season doesn’t seem to have such a theme based on those tribes.


The last tribe on Survivor 43 is Vesi. In the tribe are 35-year-old account manager Cody Assenmacher, 22-year-old computer science student Dwight Moore, 26-year-old doctoral student Jesse Lopez, 29-year-old sales manager Justine Brennan, 42-year-old operations manager Nneka Ejere and 25-year-old Paralympian Noelle Lambert.

Survivor fans are excited to hear even more about the new players in Season 43 once it has an official release date.

Next: Why The Survivor 41 & 42 ‘Shot In The Dark’ Twist Was A Flop

the Survivor 42 Finale airs Wednesday, May 25 at 8 p.m. EST on CBS.

Source: Inside Survivor



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