Speaking this morning to Rove & Sam, the host of the new Australian Survivor just dropped a pretty big change between our version and the US original.
Fans of Survivor know very well the format of how the show airs.
Usually, the castaways live on the island for 39 days, with the jury voting for the winner on the final night.
The votes are NOT read out.
The contestants then all return home unaware of who won and the footage from the whole season goes through post-production and airs to the public.
THEN, the season ends in a LIVE studio finale where host Jeff Probst reads out the jury votes and ultimately, who has become the one Survivor. Chills.
The Aussie version, however, will be different!
LaPaglia has revealed to Rove and Sam, "we did the finale on set".
SO THEY ALL KNOW WHO THE WINNER IS!
UM, WHAT? IS THIS SURVIVOR BORNEO?
We're not sure how we feel about this change, but we'll just have to see how it all plays out!
Australian Survivor premieres this Sunday, 7:30 on Channel 10. We will be watching with our buffs on.