Survivor: South Pacific

Wednesday, October 12 – 8pm ET/PT on Global

The Castaways take on more challenges and another player heads to Redemption Island for a chance to stay in the game and a shot at a million dollars.

Wednesday, October 5 – 8pm ET/PT on Global

Divided into two tribes, the castaways must work together to win challenges for simple rewards, bringing them closer the ultimate grand prize of one million dollars.

Wednesday, September 28 – 8pm ET/PT on Global

The Savaii Tribe and the Upolu Tribe push forward to outlast the competition and the Redemption Island twist awaits where castaways who have been eliminated from the game, have an opportunity to return for a chance to win the million dollar prize.

Wednesday, September 21 – 8pm ET/PT on Global

The 16 new castaways have mixed reactions to the return of

Coach and Ozzy, two of the game’s most memorable players. Regardless, they remain focused on the task of outlasting the competition for the one million dollar prize and the prestigious title of Sole Survivor.

Survivor: South Pacific dominated the competition last night with 2.1 million viewers (2+, national) tuning into Global for the premiere of the perennial fan favourite, winning the night nationally and in the country’s biggest markets, Toronto and Vancouver (Adults 18-49).

SURVIVOR: SOUTH PACIFIC 8PM DATA HIGHLIGHTS (All data Adults 18-49 unless otherwise indicated):

·         Won the night with just over 1 million viewers nationally in the key demo

·         Outperformed closest competitor of the night, CityTV’s America’s Got Talent finale by 61%

·         Won its timeslot in all key markets

 

Following Survivor was Global’s smash hit series Big Brother which wrapped its season by taking the top spot in its timeslot, drawing an audience of 1.5 million (2+, national) and over 800,000 viewers nationally (A 18-49).

Survivor and Big Brother were the most watched programs of the night with 5.6 million* different Canadians tuned in to watch Global over the three hours (8-11pm).

It was a great night for Shaw Media all around as History Television dominated eight of the Top 10 shows on the specialty dial (A 25-54) with a combination of Pawn Stars, Ice Road Truckers, Swamp People and American Restoration.

Viewers who missed last night’s Survivor premiere and the Big Brother finale can catch up on GlobalTV.com.

Wednesday, September 14 – 8pm ET/PT on Global

*90-Minute Season Premiere*

Survivor returns with a new group of castaways for the 23rd installment of Mark Burnett’s hit reality series. Set in the South Pacific, this season comes complete with the Redemption Island twist and two former castaways, Benjamin ‘Coach’ Wade and Ozzy Lusth in tow. Contestants will aim to outwit, outplay and outlast their competition in hopes to win the coveted million dollar prize.

Survivor returns with a new group of castaways for the 23rd installment of Mark Burnett’s hit reality series. Set in the South Pacific, this season comes complete with the Redemption Island twist and two former castaways, Benjamin ‘Coach’ Wade and Ozzy Lusth in tow. Contestants will aim to outwit, outplay and outlast their competition in hopes to win the coveted million dollar prize.