The Survivor: Island of the Idols is premiering tonight with an episode of their latest season.
The synopsis of the show and this season, according to CBS, goes as follows,
“In the 39th season of the Emmy Award-winning reality series that challenges players to outwit, outplay, and outlast their opponents, Survivor is introducing a new element to the game: the Island of the Idols. This edition features two legendary winners, “Boston” Rob Mariano and Sandra Diaz-Twine, who return to the game not to compete, but to serve as mentors to a group of 20 new players. Combined, Boston Rob and Sandra have played over 200 days of Survivor, and now they plan to share what they’ve learned with the new castaways. The players will then attempt to put those learned skills to the test and chase the title of Sole Survivor—not to mention the $1 million grand prize.”
The Survivor: Island of the Idols Viewing Details: Date, Time, Channel, & Livestream
Date: Wednesday, September 25, 2019
Time: 8 p.m. EST
Live Stream: Amazon Prime, CBS All Access, FuboTV, Hulu with Live TV
Episode: “I Vote You Out and That’s It”
How To Livestream The Premiere Online
A variety of services will be offering the first episode of Survivor:
All CBS content can be found on Amazon Prime so long as you have a Prime membership as well as purchased access to the CBS All-Access Channel. Amazon Prime offers a 30-day free trial, and the CBS channel provides a 7-day free trial.
If you’re on mobile or any other device such as a gaming console, tablet, Roku or a Fire TV Stick, the CBS channel and its content can be accessed through the Amazon Video App.
You may choose to cut out the Amazon middle man and simply gain access to the show via CBS’s All-Access website. The service not only lets you live stream what’s on TV, but it also offers any on-demand content as well. The site also offers the same 7-day free trial. To view the premiere, simply log onto the CBS website.
If you’re on mobile or any other devices such as a gaming console, tablet, Roku or a Fire TV Stick, the show can be seen through the CBS App.
This website offers many channels upon purchase of the Fubo bundle, and CBS is one of them. They offer a 7-day free trial for their services, which can be streamed from either the FuboTV website or on any other device or platform that offers the FuboTV App.
This popular streaming service provides a bundle of over 50 channels when you purchase the “Live TV” option, which includes CBS. Upon purchase, you can view the premiere on Hulu’s website or on any platform or device that offers the Hulu App.
Here’s the official trailer for season 39 of Survivor: