Hooley Dooley, There’s Going To Be 2 Seasons Of ‘Australian Survivor’ Next Year

Australian Survivor

In a big, huge, ginormous HELL YES, there’s going to be two seasons of Australian Survivor next year. TWO. Network Ten just announced the news at its annual Upfronts, a presentation about all the new shows headed to the small screen in 2020.

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We already knew All Stars was on the horizon – Ten announced it right after season 4 wrapped up. Our first eight castaways, unveiled this morning, include season 1 stars Brooke JowettFelicity “Flick” Eggington, Nick Iadanza, and Phoebe TimminsHenry Nicholson (season 2), Mark “Tarzan” Herlaar (season 2), Mat Rogers (season 3), and David Genat (season 4) are all locked in too.

Australian Survivor All Stars will hit TVs in February.

“Not enough for ya? There WILL be a second season of Australian Survivor in 2020,” the show tweeted.

Ten also announced a new season of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here’ with Julia Morris and Dr. Chris Brown returning as hosts.

In case you missed it, the network also revealed the three new judges replacing Matt Preston, Gary Mehigan, and George Calombaris after 11 seasons on Masterchef Australia. Andy Allen (Masterchef Australia season 4 winner ), Melissa Leong (food and travel writer), and Jock Zonfrillo (owner and chef of Orana) will take the reins.

Ten also confirmed season 12 will be all-stars, with contestants from the past 11 seasons returning to the Masterchef kitchen.

Zonfrillo told 10Daily that a handful of these former contestants are now established in the industry, with their own restaurants and businesses.

“But now to see them back, putting their knowledge against each other in the Masterchef kitchen, sets the stage for the most exciting season yet.”

Of course, The Bachelor, The Bachelorette, and The Bachelor in Paradise will all be returning too. Shocker.