Where Survivor 38: Edge of Extinction Is Filmed
It’s Survivor season once again, and it’s back with its 38th season. Titled Edge of Extinction, the twist this season is that castaways who get voted off will have the choice of leaving the game like normal, or going to Extinction Island where they have a chance of getting back in. Here’s where Survivor 38: Edge of Extinction is filmed.
Surprise, surprise. Survivor 38: Edge of Extinction was filmed on Mamanuca Islands, Fiji.
This shouldn’t really come as much of a surprise, as the show has been filming at Fiji since 2017, and in an interview with The EW, showrunner Jeff Probst stated that he hopes Survivor stays in Fiji forever. Or at least for the foreseeable future.
‘In explaining why staying permanently in Fiji would now make sense, Probst points to global changes that have taken place since the show first went on the air in 2000. “The real truth of the world is, when we started Survivor 18 years ago, there were lots of places we could go,” says the host.
“It’s been two decades. It’s a different world. There are not as many places we can go for lots of reasons — the economy, population, political unrest, weather patterns.”’
In addition to that, Probst also mentioned that Fiji offers the producers everything they need for the show. This includes the beautiful water, beaches, the local government willing to work with them, as well as good accommodations for the filming crew and cast.
So there you have it. Survivor 38: Edge of Extinction was filmed on Fiji, and it looks like the show will be staying there for at least a while more.
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