Survivor comes to Cambodia with million dollar prize for winner

Monkey Island, Koh Rong.

Monkey Island, Koh Rong. Image by Aaron Bradford / CC BY 2.0

Television’s longest running reality show, Survivor, will reportedly shoot its next two seasons in Cambodia, with production already underway on Koh Rong, the nation’s second largest island. The programme, which debuted in 2000, maroons a group of people in an isolated location where they must fend for themselves while competing in challenges, with US$1 million awarded to the ‘sole survivor’. Survivor’s 30th season, filmed in Nicaragua, premiered on 25 February 2015. Read more:

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