While it looks like Survivor: Winners at War has only just started, we are actually only one episode from the finale, and the final winner will soon be crowned. There have been stunning blindsides, surprising alliances, and tons of fun moments, and this season is definitely going to be one of the best in the recent past.
But while we have to say goodbye to the winners at at war we still have a final to go! So here is what you need to know.
When is the Survivor: Winners at War final?
The season finale of Survivor: Winners at War will be broadcast on Wednesday. May 1
The finale is reported to include interviews with all 20 participants, but it is now unclear whether we will have 20 one-on-one conversations with all castaways or whether it will be a large video call. And while the season finale of Survivor usually includes a preview trailer for the next season, it doesn't look like we're going to get one this time. The outbreak of the corona virus has delayed production for season 41, and CBS has indicated that activities for the new season will resume on May 19 at the earliest.
And while most fans are still divided which former winner won the 2- Million dollar prize for Winners at War host Jeff Probst previously said he believed Danni Boatwright would win the season:
"I like people out here but I will choose my winner – Danni. I saw something about marooning. And it was just a calm trust. It was different from everyone else. It had no energy. It had no adrenaline. There was a lot of adrenaline from people, "said Probst." Danni was right there. [Imitating Danni] & # 39; I am now ready to go. Or we can wait. As you wish. It does not bother me. I will now undress and go into the water. Absolutely. And I'm going to kick someone's ass on the way out. My name is Danni Boatwright. Nice to meet you. & # 39; "
Danni is currently on the verge of extinction after being voted out on day 6, but she could keep coming back in and then win the whole thing, just like Chris Underwood.