‘Survivor 40: Winners at War’: Episode 10 Will Have the World in Tears — Fans Believe EOE Players Also Get Family Visits
At a time when most of the world is quarantined due to the coronavirus (COVID-19), Survivor is bringing families together. Episode 10 of Survivor: Winners at War includes family visits for many of the castaways. Many fans feel that all of the contestants get family visits, including the players on the Edge of Extinction. Get your tissues ready for this one.
[Spoiler alert: Survivor 40: Winners at War Episode 10 spoilers ahead.]
‘Survivor: Winners at War’ brings entire families — including children — in for episode 10
Wednesday night’s episode is sure to bring the tears from fans at home when even the castaways’ kids get to visit their loved one on the Mamanuca Islands, Fiji.
“Winners at War put the game aside for a heartfelt moment with their loved ones,” reads the caption for this week’s preview. “Also, after a wild tribal council, the 12th person is sent to the Edge of Extinction, on Survivor: Winners at War, Wednesday at 8/7c.”
Fans reveal that Tyson Apostol was the one who suggested that the castaways get to see their children, not only their significant other.
“I’m glad Tyson gets to go last, it was his idea,” one fan wrote on Reddit.
Why do fans believe that Edge of Extinction players get to see their families, too?
Many fans are hoping to see the castaways on the Edge of Extinction see their families, too. They believe that since it is an anniversary season with all returning winners, everyone will get to reunite with their loved ones.
“Parv said in pregame interviews that she picked out an outfit for her BABY,” added another fan. “I’m dying.”
Other fans believe that the information was leaked before the season began that the Edge players also get to partake in family visits. The press photos do not give that spoiler away, if it is true.
Fan reactions to the Family Visit episode of ‘Survivor: Winners at War’ are epic
“I love that the whole family can come this time for the loved ones visit,” tweeted one viewer. “Thanks for this @TysonApostol and @survivorcbs.”
When fans saw the video and pictures from this week’s episode, they immediately voiced their excitement.
“Just looking at these photos makes me misty-eyed,” replied another fan. “My favorite episode — the loved ones visit!”
Many viewers expressed that they would be crying during the Wednesday night episode this week on Survivor.
“I always cry for the family episodes,” wrote another fan.
The Survivor: Winners at War family visit episode will air April 15, 2020, at 8 p.m. EST on CBS.
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