Survivor” US version is a reality TV show that attracts a large audience in the United States. The program originated in Sweden, created by Charlie Parsons in 1997 and licensed and broadcasted on CBS in the United States in 2000, produced by Jeff Probst and Parsons. “Survivor” airs regularly on CBS on weekends. Each season of “Survivor,” about 16-20 people are selected to participate. Participants are taken to a remote location far from the densely populated human world, not allowed to bring anything and must find food, water, and shelter on their own. Upon arrival, they are divided into groups and compete in strength, intelligence, skill, perseverance, and cooperation.

All competitors must use all their advantages to become the last survivor in the most dangerous conditions. The winner will take home a cash prize of $1 million. The program attracts a large audience, winning the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Host for a Reality or Reality-Competition Program and has been nominated for Emmy Awards several times.


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