Australian Survivor reaches a pivotal moment this weekend and the game is changed forever.
Marking the most significant part of the competition so far, the two tribes – Saanapu and Vavau – will come together to create one new tribe, Fia Fia. The merger will push the drama and strategy to a fever pitch, as the tribe mates compete for individual rewards and immunity.
Fia Fia means “happiness” in Samoa and the name was selected by the contestants themselves to symbolise a unified tribe. But with the former Saanapu tribe mates outnumbering the former Vavau members – and former friends and foes now forced to live together – the tribe is even more competitive than ever.
Some contestants have a target on their back as soon as the merger is announced. Game play and tribal politics flip as the tribe mates try to outwit, outplay and outlast each other to win the $500,000 prize and the title of sole Survivor.
Australian Survivor airs 7:30pm Sunday on Ten