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The viewers have spoken! The cast for the upcoming 31st season of Survivor was selected entirely by fans, and now you can see the players in action in E! News' exclusive sneak peek at the show's new main titles. The castaways selected come from seasons spanning the entire duration of the series until now, from Kelly Wigglesworth (season one) to Joe Anglim and Shirin Oskooi from the just-wrapped season 30.

They're joined by Kimmy Kappenberg and Jeff Varner from season two, Andrew Savage (season seven), Terry Deitz (season 12), Peih-Gee Law (season 15), Stephen Fishbach (season 18), Monica Padilla (season 19), Abi-Maria Gomes (season 25), Ciera Eastin and Vytas Baskauskas (season 27), Kass McQuillen, Woo Hwang, Tasha Fox and Spencer Bledsoe from season 28, and Keith Nale, Kelley Wentworth and Jeremy Collins from season 29.

Survivor Cambodia

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But that's not all! We also have a bonus treat for fans of another long-running CBS reality hit, The Amazing Race. Another group of eleven teams will jet-set around the world, gathering stamps in their passports as they hope to win the $1 million prize, and you can see them all—plus some of their destinations—in the main titles for season 27.

The season began on the Venice Beach boardwalk in California, and the racers then shipped off to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The teams include Boston brothers Ernest Phillips and Jin Lao, Alabama mother and son Denise Williams and James Ear Corley, San Diego, Calif. newlyweds Cindy and Rick Chac, cousins Alex Manard and Adam Dingeman, engaged Philadelphia couple Justin Scheman and Diana Bishop, Los Angeles athletes Jazmine Lewis and Danielle Littleton, Dallas BFFs Tanner Kloven and Josh Ahern, TMZ employees Kelly Berning and Shevonne Sullivan, Santa Barbara, Calif. news anchors Kelsey Berning and Joey Buttitta, Miami paparazzi couple Logan Fazio and Chris Gordon, and BFFs Tiffany Chantell Torres and Krista DeBono.

The Amazing Race, Season 27

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Survivor premieres Wednesday, Sept. 23 at 8 p.m. and The Amazing Race premieres Friday, Sept. 25 at 8 p.m. on CBS.