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Stop it guys, This is a NEWS thread not a spoiler thread, Open the spoiler ones if you need them?

The RI arena had already been built when they eventually decided not to use it this season.
Instead, a new twist will be introduced. It hasn't been revealed yet, as far as I know.

Oh, and by the way, in the interview linked above, Probst says that they wouldn't have allowed loved ones to switch places at RI, had it not been axed. They had planned 'something different'. ???


Survivor 29:  Survivor: San Juan del Sur -- Blood vs. Water, will premiere with a one-hour episode on Wednesday, September 24 at 8PM ET/PT.

Pfffffff they could have definitely used a two-hour premiere for a BvW season.... Not Cagayan style, rather showing one long episode and introducing the pairs to the viewers better. I really think that would've been a great decision ???

'Survivor' Season 29 Premiere: 'San Juan del Sur' Could Be Delayed Due To Editors Demanding Union Contract
With the premiere of Survivor's 29th season just over a month away, the show's editors are demanding a union contract, which may halt the season's episode production.

About two dozen of the reality show's editors are reportedly demanding a contract, according to a new report by Deadline. The contract would include industry-standard health insurance as well as pension benefits.

With this demand out in the open, it may halt post-production as Survivor enters its 29th season, titled Survivor: San Juan del Sur. In fact, the 90-minute premiere is not even finished yet, editing-wise.

"The premiere episode isn't even done yet," a source close to the incident told Deadline. "With the plan of a 90-minute opener and the team still going through footage, any delay of more than a few days would be very hard on the schedule."

Survivor: San Juan del Sur is set to begin airing on Thursday, Sept. 24 at 8 p.m. on CBS, airing a special 90-minute premiere leading into the 90-minute finale of Big Brother 16.

The Motion Picture Editors Guild is representing the editors in the case, telling longtime reality producer Mark Burnett and his company Island Post Productions on Tuesday about the demands. Per Deadline, the plan is reportedly to allow Burnett and company to respond to the demand first.

As noted by the publication, several members of the editing staff have been nominated for this year's Emmys in the category of Outstanding Picture Editing for Reality Programming.



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