Season 46 of Survivor’s cast has not yet been revealed. About three weeks before to the premiere, CBS usually releases the cast list for the upcoming season. There will likely be eighteen new competitors on Survivor 46.
Naturally, Jeff Probst will be back to present the program. Following the airing of the season 45 finale, Jeff gave the season 46 cast high marks in an interview with EW.
The Emmy Award-winning presenter remarked, “The cast of season 46 is an unusual collection of smart, funny, eclectic humans.” “You will adore a great deal of them.” When we first meet everyone on the first day, you’ll sense it. This group will be a lot of fun to watch because of their sense of humor and enjoyment.
Who is ‘Survivor’ 45’s Dee?
26-year-old Miami-based entrepreneur Dee Valladares is originally from Havana, Cuba. On the 45th season of “Survivor,” she was one of eighteen players assigned to the Reba tribe.
During the early half of the season, the Reba tribe was very dominant. They frequently prevailed in immunity challenges and were the last tribe to join before the tribal council. Through the remainder of the season, Valladares maintained a strong alliance with the other Reba players even after the merge, so strong that other players declined to vote her out even if doing so would have improved their games.
During the season, Valladares and Li Coon, another finalist, became closer and acknowledged their affection for one another.
What Is the Survivor Diversity News?
In June 2019, a group of Black Survivor alumni shared their experiences and challenges as minorities on the show, motivated by the Black Lives Matter movement and conversations about anti-racist tactics. Filled with contestants from seasons 1 through 40, the group known as the “Soul Survivors Organization” circulated a widely-read petition urging the show to implement multiple anti-racist measures, such as casting at least 30% of each cast as BIPOC, hiring more BIPOC for crew positions, and actively providing resources for mental health after the season.
About the petition, Probst states, “The entire culture is in a beautiful upheaval, and our job is to respond to it so that Survivor continues to reflect our culture, our behavior, and how we’re interacting with each other.” Everything that occurs will have an impact on Survivor’s future.”
To promote greater diversity, CBS declared in November 2020 that it would be implementing new guidelines for its unscripted series. This announcement was made as a result of the initiative. This includes dedicating a minimum of 25% of its yearly unscripted development budget to shows created or co-created by BIPOC producers, and mandating that contestants on every show be at least 50% Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC).