Survivor DVD : Reality TV Show on DVD

Written by Aira on Wednesday at 1:26 PM

Survivor TV Series Official Logo"Outwit, Outplay, Outlast!"


It's the famous tagline of the phenomenal reality TV game show produced by Mark Burnett that debuted in 1997. In this one-of-a-kind reality show, contestants are abandoned in a remote location - usually in the wilderness with nothing more than their clothes and with limited resources. Within 39 days, the contestants will participate in a variety of challenges, compete individually and/or as a tribe for elimination purposes, until only one remains and wins the title of "Sole Survivor". The chosen Sole Survivor receives $1,000,000 (prior to taxes).

It's a game of adaptation were the players most able to adapt to their surroundings as well as the people around them will definitely Survive in this game.

The rules of this game are simple: the abandoned participants (most commonly, there are 16 contenders) are divided into teams and must participate in challenges and every three days, the losing tribe must attend the Tribal Council to vote out one of their member, which is part of the elimination processes. Halfway through the game, tribes will merge and the game shifts to individual competition thus making the game tight and more interesting. A jury will be formed, they are the eliminated players, that has the power to vote and determine the winner of the game.

DVD Releases:

Survivor All Stars DVDSurvivor All Stars DVD
Survivor: Australian OutbackSurvivor: Australian Outback DVD
Survivor: Palau DVDSurvivor: Palau DVD
Survivor: Borneo DVDSurvivor: Borneo DVD
Survivor: Pearl Islands DVDSurvivor: Pearl Islands DVD
Survivor: Vanuatu DVDSurvivor: Vanuatu DVD

2 Responses to "Survivor DVD : Reality TV Show on DVD"

Comment by black_hat
February 7, 2008 at 8:37 AM #

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