JEFF Probst reinvented Season 41 of Survivor after Covid-19 delayed the show’s production.
Probst revealed the upcoming season of Survivor is a stripped-down version of the game.
Who is Jeff Probst?
Probst, 59, is an American television presenter, reality TV show host and executive producer.
In addition to hosting Survivor, Probst hosted Rock & Roll Jeopardy from 1998 to 2001. He also hosts Celebrity Superfan Roundtable for Howard Stern and contributes to Jeopardy!, providing clues related to Survivor.
He has written the book, Stranded, which is based on Survivor.
What is Probst’s net worth?
As of 2020, Probst is worth an estimated $50million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.
The showrunner won several awards throughout his career, including multiple Emmy’s. His reported salary is $8million.
The winning contestant of each Survivor season wins $1million.
How long has Probst hosted Survivor?
Probst began hosting the hit reality TV show since 2000.
He directed, produced, and hosted all 40 seasons.
What is different about Survivor Season 41?
After the show’s production was delayed from the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020, Probst used his time in quarantine to think about the future of Survivor.
Season 41 will not host returning guests, nor will it have a theme. Probst told Variety that the new season goes back to the “very basic idea of a group of strangers, forced to rely on each other to survive while voting each other out,” said Probst.
The show will return to CBS on Sept. 22 at 8:00pm ET/PT.
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