Survivor: Blood vs. Water Finale


Tighten up those alliances and give it your all, castaways, because the final tribal council is almost here.  

The season finale of Survivor: Blood vs. Water airs Sunday night, and it's going to be one of the most nerve-wracking, jaw-dropping episodes we've ever seen. After 39 grueling days of competition, strategies and back-stabbing, only one competitor will be crowned the Sole Survivor and awarded $1 million during the special two-hour season finale.

To make matters even more intriguing, one castaway on Redemption Island will have the chance to re-enter the game, and we've got your first look at their physically (and mentally!) excruciating challenge.

In Sunday's season finale, the remaining three contestants on Redemption Island must place one foot on the ground and the other balancing on a beam which has a vase delicately placed on the other end. If the vase falls—you're out! (Our legs are getting sore just watching them!)

"Nice and steady, don't panic," host and executive producer Jeff Probst advises. "There is no second place today. One winner, two losers and somebody's going to re-join this game."

The winner of this Redemption Island face-off will be "back in the hunt" for the top prize and the two losers will be banished to the tribal council jury.  

Take a look above to get your exclusive sneak peek at Tina, Laura and Hayden's final challenge and then shout out who you think will outwit, outlast and outplay the others.  

And Survivor fans, rejoice! CBS announced Thursday that the hit show has been renewed for an unbelievable 29th and 30th season—making it the longest running reality competition series ever.

The two-hour season 27 finale of Survivor: Blood vs. Water will air this Sunday at 8 p.m., followed by a live one-hour reunion show at 10 p.m. on CBS

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