Survivor Season 33 witnessed the first castaway voted out of the Reality TV Show. Rachel Ako, a 37-year-old recruiting director from Los Angeles, CA, was the first player to be sent ou of the Survivor season 33 on Night 4 at the TV game’s first Tribal Council session.
After losing the first Immunity Challenge, The Gen X tribe had to vote out one of their members. Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X castaway Rachel was voted off her Takali (Gen-X) Tribe during the broadcast of Wednesday night’s premiere on CBS.
Following her ouster, Rachel said.. “Survivor is one of the most difficult and brutal social TV games on the planet. But however, I’m happy for the experience and I hope to utilize it to grow as a person. It’s also a lot harder to survive the conditions than it probably appears on TV, but for most of it, I actually had a lot of fun,”
Survivor Season 33 broadcast started with The Survivor host Jeff Probst explaining the two tribes of the TV Show would be separated by age, For the Millennials ages between 18 to 31 (i.e born between 1984 and 1997) vs. Gen X ages between 33 to 52 (i.e born between 1963 and 1982).
The 20 Survivor Millennials vs. Gen X castaways arrived through a boat to the Fiji island, they picked their buffs and then learned of the theme of the season. The Survivor host Jeff said that the tribes have different philosophies on life, so we’ll get to find out which generation is better suited for Survivor.
The “Vanua” (Millennials) Tribe are made up of Michaela Bradshaw, a 25-year-old in vacation club sales from Fort Worth, TX; Jessica “Figgy” Figueroa, a 23-year-old bartender from Nashville, Michelle Schubert, a 28-year-old missionary recruiter from Yakima, WA; TN; Hannah Shapiro, a 24-year-old barista from West Hollywood, CA; Adam Klein, a 25-year-old homeless shelter manager from San Francisco, CA; Zeke Smith, a 28-year-old asset manager from Brooklyn, NY; Taylor Stocker, a 24-year-old ski instructor from Post Falls, ID; Justin “Jay” Starrett, a 27-year-old real estate agent from Fort Lauderdale, FL; Mari Takahashi, a 31-year-old professional gamer from Los Angeles, CA; and also Will Wahl, an 18-year-old high school student from Long Valley, NJ, and also the youngest person in the cast and youngest castaway to ever play Survivor.
The “Takali” (Gen X) Tribe is made up of Rachel Ako, Sunday Burquest, a 45-year-old youth pastor from Ostego, MN; Bret LaBelle, a 42-year-old police sergeant from Dedham, MA; Chris Hammons, a 38-year-old trial lawyer from Moore, OK; Lucy Huang, a 42-year-old dietitian from Diamond Bar, CA; Ken McNickle, a 33-year-old model from Denver, CO; David Wright, a 42-year-old television writer from Sherman Oaks, CA, Jessica Lewis, a 37-year-old assistant district attorney from Voorheesville, NY; Ciandre “CeCe” Taylor, a 39-year-old insurance adjuster from Granada Hills, CA; and also Paul Wachter, a 52-year-old boat mechanic from Sugarloaf Key, FL.
About Survivor season 33
The Survivor is an Emmy Award-winning TV series, which returns this fall for its 33rd season. The themed for the Survivor season 33 is Millennials vs. Gen X.
This season It will feature 20 castaways, that is separated into two groups by their generation and forced to compete against each other with the same ultimate purpose: to outplay, outwit, and also outlast one another. Ultimately, one will be crowned the Sole Survivor and win the $1 million prize. The show is hosted by Emmy Award winner Jeff Probst.
At the end, just one player will be crowned the Sole Survivor and also win a grand prize of $1 million. The reality TV show is hosted by Emmy Award winner Jeff Probst.