Survivor (sjónvarpsþáttur)

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Survivor er Bandarísk útgáfa af Survivor raunveruleika keppninni. Þættirnir voru frumsýndir þann 31. maí árið 2000 á CBS sjónvarpsstöðinni. Kynnirinn er Jeff Probst.

Þátturinn sameinar hóp af ókunnugu fólki sem skipt er í einn eða fleiri hópa (yfirleitt kallaðir ættbálkar) á yfirgefnum stað þar sem þau verða að útvega mat, vatni, eld og skjóli á meðan þeir keppa í áskorunum til að vinna annað hvort laun eða friðhelgi frá brottvísun úr leiknum á svokölluðu Ættbálkaráði. Síðustu tvö eða þrjú sem halda sætum sínum eftir alla 39 dagana þurfa að ganga í augun á dómnefndinni, sem er hópur af síðustu átta eða níu keppendum sem voru kosnir út úr leiknum. Hver og einn einstaklingur í þeirri dómnefnd kýs hver þeim finnst eiga skilið að vinna titilinn "Sole Survivor" og milljón dollara verðlaun.

Bandaríska útgáfa þessara þátta gekk mjög vel frá 2000 - 2001 þáttaröðinni til 2005 - 2006. Fyrstu ellefu þáttaraðirnar voru meðal tíu mest á horfðu þætti. Þeir eru almennt taldir með bestu Bandarísku raunveruleika þáttunum. Þættirnir hafa oft búnir að vera tilnefndir til Emmy verðlauna þar á meðal unnu þeir fyrir "Outstanding sound mixing" árið 2001 "Outstanding special program" árið 2002 , og var síðan tilnefndur fjórum sinnum fyrir "Outstanding reality-competition Program" þegar flokkur var kynntur árið 2003. Jeff Probst hefur unnið verðlaun fyrir "Outstanding Host for a Reality or Reality-Competition Program" fjórum í röð sinnum síðan verðlaunin voru kynnt árið 2008 . árið 2007 voru þáttaraðirnar á lista Time tímaritsins á 100 Bestu sjónvarpsþáttum allra tíma.

Nýjasta þáttaröðin Survivor : Cagayan ( þáttaröð 28 ) , var sýnt frá 26. febrúar til 21. maí 2014. 29. þáttaröðin, Survivor: San Juan del Sur , mun vera sýnt haustið 2014; Það hefur einnig verið tilkynnt að það verði þrítugasta sería sem verður sýnd í sjónvarpi snemma í 2015.

Þáttaraðir í bandarísku útgáfunni[breyta]

1 Survivor: Borneo Pulau Tiga, Sabah, Malaysia Two tribes of eight Richard Hatch Kelly Wiglesworth 4–3 The only season to have the winner revealed on location rather than live and in the U.S.
2 Survivor: The Australian Outback Herbert River at Goshen Station, Queensland, Australia Tina Wesson Colby Donaldson 4–3 First season to be filmed for more than 39 days, running 42 days
3 Survivor: Africa Shaba National Reserve, Kenya[1] Ethan Zohn Kim Johnson 5–2 The first season to feature a tribal swap
4 Survivor: Marquesas Nuku Hiva, Marquesas Islands, French Polynesia Vecepia Towery Neleh Dennis 4–3
5 Survivor: Thailand Ko Tarutao, Satun Province, Thailand Two tribes of eight picked by the two oldest players, Jake and Jan Brian Heidik Clay Jordan 4–3 First season to have the game merge with less than 10 contestants.
6 Survivor: The Amazon Rio Negro, Amazonas, Brazil Two tribes of eight divided by gender Jenna Morasca Matthew Von Ertfelda 6–1
7 Survivor: Pearl Islands Pearl Islands, Panama Two tribes of eight Sandra Diaz-Twine Lillian Morris 6–1 Featured the Outcast Tribe twist; first season to have two contestants re-enter the game
8 Survivor: All-Stars Three tribes of six returning players Amber Brkich Rob Mariano 4–3 The first time a season began with 3 individual tribes; first season to begin with 18 contestants; first time that former castaways returned
9 Survivor: Vanuatu Efate, Shefa Province, Vanuatu Two tribes of nine divided by gender Chris Daugherty Twila Tanner 5–2
10 Survivor: Palau Koror, Palau A schoolyard pick of two tribes of nine; two eliminated without a tribe Tom Westman Katie Gallagher 6–1 First season to begin with 20 players; introduced Exile island
11 Survivor: Guatemala Laguna Yaxhá, Yaxhá-Nakúm-Naranjo National Park, Petén, Guatemala Two tribes of nine, including two returning players Danni Boatwright Stephenie LaGrossa 6–1 Introduced the hidden immunity idol. First season to have returning contestants compete against new contestants.
12 Survivor: Panama Pearl Islands, Panama Four tribes of four divided by age and gender Aras Baskauskas Danielle DiLorenzo 5–2 The first time a season began with four tribes, first time tribes divided by age
13 Survivor: Cook Islands Aitutaki, Cook Islands, New Zealand Four tribes of five divided by ethnicity: African Americans, Whites, Hispanics, and Asians Yul Kwon Ozzy Lusth Becky Lee 5–4–0 Introduced a twist involving kidnapping a player from the opposing tribe as well as the mutiny twist. First season to feature three contestants in the finals, instead of two. First season to feature nine jurors instead of seven.
14 Survivor: Fiji Macuata, Vanua Levu, Fiji Two tribes of nine divided by a selected castaway, who would join the tribe who lost the first challenge Earl Cole Cassandra Franklin & Dre "Dreamz" Herd 9–0–0 Only season to have an odd number of contestants.
15 Survivor: China Zhelin, Jiujiang, Jiangxi, China Two tribes of eight Todd Herzog Courtney Yates Amanda Kimmel 4–2–1
16 Survivor: Micronesia Koror, Palau Two tribes of ten: new players against past contestants Parvati Shallow Amanda Kimmel 5–3 First season to feature a tribe of new players, "Fans," facing off against a tribe of returning players, "Favorites." First season to feature eight jurors.
17 Survivor: Gabon Wonga-Wongue Presidential Reserve, Estuaire, Gabon A schoolyard pick of two tribes of nine, starting with the oldest players, Bob & Gillian Robert "Bob" Crowley Susie Smith Jessica "Sugar" Kiper 4–3–0 First season to feature two mandatory tribal switches; first time the show was shot and aired in HD[2]
18 Survivor: Tocantins Jalapão, Tocantins, Brazil Two tribes of eight James "J.T." Thomas Jr. Stephen Fishbach 7–0
19 Survivor: Samoa Upolu, Samoa Two tribes of ten Natalie White Russell Hantz Mick Trimming 7–2–0 First season to feature tribe leaders; a member of the winning tribe would accompanying the losing tribe back to their camp. First season to have a merge with more than 10 contestants.
20 Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains Two tribes of ten returning players, divided by "hero" or "villain" status Sandra Diaz-Twine Parvati Shallow Russell Hantz 6–3–0
21 Survivor: Nicaragua San Juan del Sur, Rivas, Nicaragua[3] Two tribes of ten divided by age Jud "Fabio" Birza Chase Rice Matthew "Sash" Lenahan 5–4–0 Featured the Medallion of Power
22 Survivor: Redemption Island Two tribes of nine, including two returning players Rob Mariano Phillip Sheppard Natalie Tenerelli 8–1–0 Introduced Redemption Island
23 Survivor: South Pacific Upolu, Samoa Sophie Clarke Benjamin "Coach" Wade Albert Destrade 6–3–0
24 Survivor: One World Two tribes of nine divided by gender Kim Spradlin Sabrina Thompson Chelsea Meissner 7–2–0 Both tribes lived on the same beach as two separate tribes from the onset
25 Survivor: Philippines Caramoan, Camarines Sur, Philippines Three tribes of six, including three returning players who had been medically evacuated in a previous season Denise Stapley Lisa Whelchel & Michael Skupin 6–1–1
26 Survivor: Caramoan Two tribes of ten: new players against past contestants John Cochran Dawn Meehan & Sherri Biethman 8–0–0
27 Survivor: Blood vs. Water Palaui Island, Santa Ana, Cagayan, Philippines[4] Two tribes of ten: returning contestants against their loved ones[5] Tyson Apostol Monica Culpepper Gervase Peterson 7–1–0 Introduced the ability to swap places with a loved one on Redemption Island.
28 Survivor: Cagayan Three tribes of six divided by primary attribute: "brawn" vs. "brains" vs. "beauty"[6] Tony Vlachos Yung "Woo" Hwang 8–1 Introduced a special hidden immunity idol that could be played after the votes are read and could not be given away to another player.
29 Survivor: San Juan del Sur San Juan del Sur, Rivas, Nicaragua Two tribes of nine; Pairs of new players, each with a pre-existing relationship[7]
30 Survivor: San Juan del Sur San Juan del Sur, Rivas, Nicaragua

Tilvísanir[breyta]

  1. Lacey, Marc. "Shaba National Reserve Journal; TV Adventure Show Ignores the Real Survivors", The New York Times, August 13, 2001. Sótt May 24, 2010. 
  2. Glen Dickson (April 13, 2008). „NAB 2008: Sony Nets Big HD Camera Sales“. Broadcasting & Cable. Skoðuð April 14, 2008 .
  3. "Snið:-'Nicaragua to host two seasons of hit TV series Survivor", PR Log, May 16, 2010. Sótt May 16, 2010. 
  4. Dehnart, Andy (May 8, 2013). „Survivor Cagayan: Paulaui Island hosting the show, which won’t leave the Philippines“. Reality Blurred. Skoðuð 17 September 2013 .
  5. Ross, Dalton (May 31, 2013). „InsideTV Podcast: Jeff Probst reveals the big 'Survivor: Blood vs. Water' twist. Plus: Joss Whedon and Gillian Anderson!“. Entertainment Weekly. Skoðuð August 3, 2013 .
  6. Ross, Dalton (December 15, 2013). „'Survivor: Cagayan': Jeff Probst gives intel on NEXT season“. EW.com. Skoðuð December 16, 2013 .
  7. Ross, Dalton (May 21, 2014). „'Survivor: San Juan del Sur -- Blood vs. Water': Jeff Probst gives intel on NEXT season“. Entertainment Weekly. Skoðuð May 22, 2014 .
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