‘Survivor: Cambodia – Second Chance’ Cast Photo + Tribes Revealed

Survivor: Cambodia – Second Chance is right around the corner, and following yesterday’s huge reveal regarding the immunity idol twists for the 31st season, we now have our first look at the cast on-island, in addition to who’s on which tribe!

Granted, seeing the cast assembled isn’t exactly a huge surprise, considering we’ve known the identity of the cast since the fan vote at the reunion show for Survivor: Worlds Apart. But the cast photo gives us our first glimpse at the setting for this season, which will take place off the coast of Koh Rong. According to host Jeff Probst, the season will be a bit of a throwback to Season 1, as it will start with a free-for-all in which contestants must grab all the supplies they can from a big ol’ supply boat. However, there’s a catch this time around. “We added a twist,” said Probst. “And the twist was, there’s another boat 100 yards out with a big bag of rice, so here’s your dilemma: How much time do you want to spend gathering supplies before you split and race for the rice?”

I CAN’T WAIT FOR THIS FREAKIN’ SEASON!! Seriously, I’m so ready for this. Check out the cast photo along with the tribe alignments below via Entertainment Weekly:

'Survivor Cambodia - Second Chance' Cast Photo + Tribes Revealed

Credit: Monty Brinton/CBS


Joe Anglim
Survivor: Worlds Apart

Jeremy Collins
Survivor: San Juan del Sur

Ciera Eastin
Survivor: Blood vs. Water

Stephen Fishbach
Survivor: Tocantins

Tasha Fox
Survivor: Cagayan

Kimmi Kappenberg
Survivor: The Australian Outback

Kass McQuillen
Survivor: Cagayan

Keith Nale
Survivor: San Juan del Sur

Monica Padilla
Survivor: Samoa

Andrew Savage
Survivor: Pearl Islands


Vytas Baskauskas
Survivor: Blood vs. Water

Spencer Bledsoe
Survivor: Cagayan

Terry Deitz
Survivor: Panama

Abi-Maria Gomes
Survivor: Philippines

Woo Hwang
Survivor: Cagayan

Peih-Gee Law
Survivor: China

Shirin Oskooi
Survivor: Worlds Apart

Jeff Varner
Survivor: The Australian Outback

Kelley Wentworth
Survivor: San Juan del Sur

Kelly Wiglesworth
Survivor: Borneo

I’m loving these tribes, largely because I don’t think any one tribe has the clear physical advantage. That could lead to some pretty even challenges, which could, in turn, lead to some more quality scheming as both tribes get a chance to experience tribal council. The evenness of the challenges could also make it more difficult for someone to find an excuse to go looking for the idols that will be hidden at the challenges, since one person slacking off in favor of finding a hidden immunity idol could make all the difference to the outcome of each contest. I’m really stoked to see how this all plays out!

But what do you think? Sound off in the comments!

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