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Australian Survivor 2020 Applications Open | Casting Tips from former Contestants

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Do you have what it takes to become the next Sole Survivor?

Head over to Survivor Casting to apply for the new series in 2020 – www.survivorcasting.com.au
or
https://esgau.etribez.com/a/esgau/australiansurvivor6/welcome

Scroll below to view former players share their application video’s.

Have you ever wanted to apply for Australian Survivor and wondered what it takes to get noticed? Check out these casting videos from former players that helped them get noticed by producers.
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www.survivorcasting.com.au

Kate Campbell

Matt Tarrant

Tessa O’Hallarean

Aimee Stanton

Sarah Tilleke

Anneliese Wilson

Peter Conte

Nick Iadanza

Des Qulity

Conner Bethune

Additionally here is a PDF created by Conner to help you on your application process – Survivor Audition Video Advice

Check out Champion v Contender application video’s via TENPLAY – https://tenplay.com.au:443/channel-ten/australian-survivor/extra/season-3/australian-survivor-audition-videos

If you are looking for a deeper dive into how to get cast on any reality television show, this video with Survivor winner Parvati Shallow and CBS reality casting producer Lynn Spillman is a must watch before you hit send on your application.

So do you have what it takes to Outwit, Outplay and Outlast 23 other competitors to become Australia’s next Sole Survivor? Good luck – Apply Now.

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First Look – The Amazing Race Australia 2019

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This Ain’t No Vacation. This Is The Amazing Race Australia.

Coming Soon To 10.

It’s time to pack your bags and get ready to roam the globe. The Amazing Race Australia is coming soon to 10 and it’s the furthest thing from a relaxing vacation. 

We call it amazing, but it’s also crazy, ludicrous, outrageous and adventurous. From painfully slow taxi rides to furious camels, our not-so-trusty tour guide, Beau Ryan, will lead 11 teams as they ping pong across the world in pursuit of the $250,000 cash prize.

In a race where every second and every step counts, you’ll need more than brains and brawn on your side. Some teams are even going as far as to call in a favour with the big fella upstairs.

Relationships will be tested, decisions will be second guessed and a meltdown or two will be had. So strap yourselves in and get ready for the race that has it all.  

4th Place Exit Interview (Monday 16th September) | Australian Survivor Champions v Contenders 2019

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Ryan chats with the King of the Jungle Luke Toki

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Winner Exit Interview (Tuesday 17th September) | Australian Survivor Champions v Contenders 2019

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Ryan chats with the winner of Australian Survivor: Champions v Contenders 2 Pia Miranda PODCAST STREAM/DOWNLOAD

Finale Episode 24 Recap & AU All Stars Chatter | Australian Survivor Champions v Contenders 2019 (Tuesday September 17)

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Finale Episode 24 Recap & AU All Stars Chatter | Australian Survivor Champions v Contenders 2019 (Tuesday September 17)

Confirmed: Australian Survivor: All Stars. Coming In 2020.

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Australian Survivor: All Stars.
Coming In 2020.

Following the huge success of Australian Survivor: Champions V Contenders, Network 10 is set to Outwit, Outplay, Outlast once again when the game’s ultimate players make their comeback on Australian Survivor: All Stars in 2020.

From fan favourites to devious villains, most loved heroes and everyone in-between, Australian Survivor: All Stars will feature 24 of the biggest game players, back for redemption, reward and revenge.

Network 10 Chief Content Officer, Beverley McGarvey, said: “Over the past four sensational seasons of Australian Survivor, we have watched almost 100 fantastic contestants play the game. Now with the next All Stars season, we have the exciting opportunity to invite some of our most memorable players back for another chance to take home the title of Sole Survivor.

“Australian viewers have embraced the game play, the physical challenges, and the passionate characters that makes Survivor so unique and compelling. We can’t wait to return in 2020 with more twists and turns from the All Stars cast.”

This year’s hit season of Australian Survivor: Champions V Contenders broke audience records across all platforms – TV, online and social – making this season the biggest ever. Its TV audience (841,000) is up seven per cent year on year and its 10 Play broadcast video on-demand audience (81,000) is up 35% year on year.*

Endemol Shine Australia CEO, Carl Fennessy, said: “We are immensely proud that Australian Survivor has resonated with viewers and really hit its stride. We look forward to bringing together a phenomenal All Star cast to play this incredible game.”

What do you think about an All Star season in 2020? Who would you like to see play again.

Episode 23 Recap | Australian Survivor Champions v Contenders 2019 (Monday 16th September)

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Episode 23 Recap | Australian Survivor Champions v Contenders 2019 (Monday 16th September)

Episode 22 Recap | Australian Survivor Champions v Contenders 2019 (Tuesday 10th September)

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Episode 22 Recap | Australian Survivor Champions v Contenders 2019 (Tuesday 10th September)