Survivor Is Getting Rid Of More Than Just The Stupid Hourglass Twist

Survivor has introduced a lot of wrinkles and new elements to the game since the American version debuted more than twenty years ago. I’m not sure a single one was as poorly received as the now infamous Hourglass Twist, or Change History as Survivor officially calls it. Fans loudly and aggressively voiced their displeasure when it was introduced in Season 41, and they were every bit as loud and aggressive when it came back in Season 42. To the surprise of no one, host Jeff Probst confirmed the twist has been eliminated from the game, but apparently, that’s not the only new wrinkle that’s going away.

In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Jeff Probst hyped up the new season and talked about some of the recent changes sticking around. He said the show is going to stick with shots in the dark, risk/ reward scenarios and smaller tribes, but they have decided to do away with two of the new twists… 

Here’s what you won’t see in Survivor 43: Change History and Do or Die.

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