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Survivor Samoa » by Andy Dehnart / November 16, 2009
Do you remember any of these people????
You can be a “Survivor”!
So you’ve seen the show and now want to know how to become a part of SURVIVOR. Here is a
breakdown of the selection process:
1. If you have previously applied for SURVIVOR and you were a finalist in Los Angeles,
please do not reapply. Unless you specifically notify us in writing that we should not consider
your prior application and submission in connection with an upcoming SURVIVOR, we will be
reviewing your previously submitted applications and videotape submissions for SURVIVOR.
We will not consider any new application or submission you may submit. Second, if you have
previously applied for SURVIVOR and you were
reapply if you wish because we will not be considering your previously submitted applications
and videotape submissions for upcoming SURVIVORs.
2. Written application forms are available for downloading on this website. Applications
must be received by January 6, 2010.
3. A total of approximately 800 applicants
by the Producers in person at one of the following locations: Los Angeles, Ca; New York, NY;
Seattle, WA; Chicago, IL; Dallas, TX: Detroit, MI; Boston, MA; Atlanta, GA; Miami, FL; and
Denver, CO. Producers reserve the right to change the number or the identity of the foregoing
locations at any time. All travel expenses for the interview will be the applicants’ sole expense.
4. Semi-finalists (the number of which will be determined by Producers) will be invited to
Los Angeles as scheduled by Producers for final interviews with the SURVIVOR producers.
Roundtrip economy air travel between Los Angeles and your local airport in the United States
and lodging will be provided by Producers.
5. Approximately 16 finalists for each cycle (the final number of which will be determined
by Producers) will be selected as contestants to participate in this SURVIVOR program. Filming
is presently scheduled to occur for cycles 21 and 22 in summer to fall of 2010 (or as otherwise
scheduled by Producers) at a remote location to be announced.
6. All decisions made by the Producers are final and not subject to review or appeal.
So now you’re probably wondering what kind of person is eligible to be selected for this once in a
lifetime opportunity. Here are the guidelines:
not a finalist in Los Angeles, feel free tomay be invited to interview as may be scheduled