Australian Survivor Planning ‘Australia vs USA’ Season With Survivor Legends – Inside

Australian Survivor is hoping to pull off its biggest and most exciting theme ever in 2025 with an international showdown between Australia and the United States of America.

Inside Survivor can confirm‘s report that Network 10 and production company Endemol Shine Australia are working on an Australia vs. USA theme for the next season of Australian Survivor.

The idea has been in development over the past couple of months and is expected to feature iconic castaways from both Australian Survivor and Survivor US. However, casting is still in its early stages, and the theme is wholly dependent on being able to lock people down.

Inside Survivor has also heard the season could be much shorter than the usual length of an Australian Survivor season, which tends to run anywhere between 47 and 50 days. This edition could potentially be half that, even shorter than the former 39-day standard.

Filming is expected to take place in September, with the show airing in January 2025. We do not yet have details on the location.

UPDATE: We have heard a regular-length newbie season will still be filmed this July in addition to the AU v US special. 

This wouldn’t be the first time Survivor contestants from the US have competed on Australian Survivor. In 2018, two-time Survivor runner-up Russell Hantz appeared on the Champions v Contenders edition, while two-time Survivor winner Sandra Diaz-Twine participated in Blood v Water with her daughter, Nina Twine, in 2021.

Stay tuned to Inside Survivor for more details in the coming weeks.

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