Australian Survivor

Synopses for upcoming episodes

Sunday 4 March (Survivor auction returns)
Eleven contestants remain and an opportunity to take back control of the game is on someone’s mind. Where will the votes fall tonight and who will become the first jury member?

Monday 5 March
As a powerful new alliance sends ripples through the camp, who will stay loyal to friends and alliances, and who will jump ship?

Tuesday 6 March
A risky advantage is in play but will an alliance trust enough to help pull it off, or will it all end in failure?

Sunday 11 March
A boy’s alliance starts to form, and someone is on a mission to take out a big player. Eight are left. Who will be going home tonight?

Monday 12 March
For one, paranoia takes hold for the first time and wounded egos collide after an explosive Tribal Council. Everyone’s hungry to make big moves and impress the Jury.

Tuesday 13 March
With only five days left, loyalties are tested and powers shift. With only six Survivors left, who will be going home tonight?

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That was either a very misleading edit or one of the biggest own goals in Survivor tribal history. If I was on the tribe I would have been wondering if Alex had the same advantage as Raymond and wanted everyone to vote for him.


Applications are now open for the next season, via 10play website.

Also, Jury Villa is back this season.

Synopses for the final week

Sunday 18 March
Someone’s in the firing line and another must make an impossible choice. With only a few days left of the game, who will be going home tonight?

Monday 19 March
The final four are left and tensions are on the rise as deals are exposed. An all-out war is on the cards. Who will be safe from the vote tonight?

Tuesday 20 March
After 45 days of battling it out in Samoa, the final three will be pushed to their limits. Who will be crowned Sole Survivor in Titans vs Rebels?

should be a Kirby v Feras final
Not into a final 3

Who Will Win?

Australian Survivor: Titans V Rebels Grand Finale Week Starts Sunday At 7.30pm On 10 And 10 Play.

After 42 days on a remote Samoan island, only five castaways remain in the game – Caroline, Feras, Kirby, Mark and Raymond.

Alliances have been formed, loyalties have been tested, and bonds have been broken. It’s no longer Titans V Rebels, but player against player in the newly formed Tasi tribe as they attempt to outwit, outplay and outlast each other in order to be crowned Sole Survivor and win the ultimate prize of $500,000.

Over three big nights, Australian Survivor: Titans V Rebels Grand Finale week starts Sunday, continues Monday and on Tuesday the Sole Survivor will be crowned.

Australian Survivor: Titans V Rebels. Grand Finale Week Starts Sunday At 7.30pm On 10 And 10 Play And Continues Monday And Tuesday.

The episode will start out with a final three but I think there will only be two up before the jury.

Also see promo above where Kirby mentions “final two”.

It’s been a great season with especially some of the best tribal councils. Last night’s was no exception.

TONIGHT is THE night! Who will be Sole Survivor?🔥🏆🤯#SurvivorAU: Titans v Rebels GRAND FINALE, 7.30 Tonight on @Channel10AU and 10 Play.

— SurvivorAU (@Survivor_AU) March 18, 2024

Really hope it’s Feras, the other two don’t deserve it!

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Jonathan LaPaglia is in Sydney this evening chatting with The Project.

Could any part of tonight’s finale be filmed in Sydney?

Is he filming Top Gear in Sydney?
Shame they couldn’t do something live for a reunion show afterwards

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Their socials just revealed the winner of the challenge. Oops!

God knows how this lunatic Caroline got to the end.

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I forgot about that.

He just finished filming Top Gear in Sydney, and will fly to Melbourne to film more segments at Australian F1 Grand Prix.

He was, filming took place at Cockatoo Island between 14th & 17th March.

He’ll also be at the Melb GP this weekend for Top Gear.

Rebel Rises As Sole Survivor. Feras Basal Wins Australian Survivor: Titans V Rebels.

Australian Survivor: Titans V Rebels Comes To A Thrilling Conclusion.

Across 46 days on the beaches of Samoa, Australian Survivor: Titans V Rebels saw 12 Titans at the top of their game take on 12 Rebels determined to play by their own rules. Each castaway was ready to outwit, outplay and outlast one another but in the end, it came down to two Titans and one Rebel – Caroline, Mark and Feras. From fierce rivalries they formed loyal alliances, but only one could take home the title of Sole Survivor and the grand prize of $500,000.

The final endurance battle saw the castaways pushed to their limits, in a torturous final Immunity Challenge, for the power to decide who would sit next to them at the final Tribal Council. Their bodies were put to the test as they stood on narrow pegs fixed to a giant wheel, which turned at regular intervals forcing their feet onto narrower pegs. To make it extra spicy they were surrounded by fire, resulting in sweaty palms and feet, making it all the harder to hold on. Supported by their loved ones, Feras, Caroline and Mark went head-to-head for over two hours and fifteen minutes until Mark bowed out. Caroline and Feras continued to hold on, but after two-and-a-half hours Feras beat out Caroline to win Individual Immunity. It was the Feras-wheel after all.

At Tribal Council, Feras’ vote was the only one which counted and ultimately sealed Mark’s fate as the final member of the Jury.

On the last day at camp, Feras and Caroline celebrated making it as far as they can go in the game with a breakfast feast but Feras couldn’t help but question whether choosing to take on Caroline in the final Tribal Council was the right decision.

At Tribal Council, the final two faced the Jury and pitched their cases as to why they deserve the title of Sole Survivor and the half million-dollar prize that goes with it, but it wasn’t easy, with this Jury fiercer than ever before. Caroline thought the Jury might have seen her as a weak link throughout the game, but she was underestimated and took out massive threats and split up power couples. Feras pitched to the Jury that he had formed alliances from the beginning and stood strong with them, knowing when to use players as his shield and when to emerge as a big player on his own.

In the end, it was the Rebel who rose to take out the title of Sole Survivor and the grand prize of $500,000. Australia, meet the winner of Australian Survivor: Titans V Rebels - Feras Basal.

Read Feras’ exclusive interview with 10 Play here.

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Great finale tonight. Very well deserved winner. One of the few shows where I start missing it at the end of the year. One season a year is perfect for it. Just like MAFS. Keeps you interested and wanting more.


Feras became the first castaway to receive a 9-0 vote since Pia Miranda in the finale of Champions v Contenders in 2019.

It is also the third season in a row that the winner received an unanimous vote from the jury.

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