Channel Ten is giving you absolutely zero time to miss Survivor as they’ve just announced the first eight punters that have been recruited for Australia’s first ever All-Stars season.
Champions from all previous seasons of Aussie’s Survivor will return to the jungle for another ’round of camp-side drama.
Introducing the first eight castaways to sign on for All-Stars: David Genat, Mat Rogers, Mark ‘Tarzan’ Helaar’, Nick Iadanza, Felicity Eggington, Phoebe Timmins, Henry Nicholson and Brooke Jowett.
Introducing the first 8 #SurvivorAU All Stars for 2020 ????
Brooke (S1), Flick (S1), Nick (S1), Phoebe (S1), Henry (S2), Tarzan (S2), Mat (S3) and David (S4) pic.twitter.com/E1a8aQwqC7
— Australian Survivor (@Survivor_AU) October 9, 2019
Fans who watched the latest season of the series will notice that this year’s King of the Jungle Luke Toki is noticeably absent from the list but Ten Daily assures us that he’ll be ‘playing along from home’ as well as hosting an online show that will air after All-Stars so we can get his take on the events that unfold.
Hosted again by Jonathan LaPaglia, the All Stars season teased by Ten at the end of the 2019 Champions vs Contenders season will air in February and will be followed later in the year by a second season of the traditional format.
Survivor: All-Stars is coming to Channel Ten in 2020.