“Survivor” is an American reality television show that attracts a large viewership in the United States. The program originated from Sweden and was created by Charlie Parsons in 1997. It was then acquired and broadcast on CBS in the United States in 2000, produced by Jeff Probst and Parsons.

“Survivor” is regularly aired on CBS during the week.

In each season of “Survivor,” typically around 16 to 20 contestants are selected to participate. They are taken to remote and isolated locations, far away from the hustle and bustle of human civilization, and are not allowed to bring anything with them. They must fend for themselves, finding their own food, water, and shelter.

When they arrive, they are divided into teams and compete against each other using strength, intellect, cleverness, perseverance, and cooperation. All contestants must utilize their strengths to become the last survivor in the most perilous conditions

The winner will receive a cash prize of $1 million.

The show attracts a large viewership and has won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Host for a Reality or Reality-Competition Program and has been nominated for multiple Emmy Awards.

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