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Where Does Jeff Probst Stay During 'Survivor' Filming? His Mystery Location, Revealed

American reality competition series Survivor keeps audiences on the edge of their seats, watching strangers struggle to feed themselves, build shelter, and forge alliances on a remote island far from technology. While the contestants are off competing, those who have been voted off the island and into the jury are removed from the playing field and sheltered in a luxurious hotel until the very end of the game.
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‘Survivor’ recap: Jonathan Young ‘almost looks human’, Jeff Probst says

Alabama’s Jonathan Young lives to flex another day on the CBS reality competition show “Survivor,” and he got to stuff his face in the process. “Survivor” aired Wednesday night, with the Gulf Shores native avoiding elimination with the tribe setting their sights on three other contestants, ultimately sending home a player who never found a break during season 42.

Jeff Probst Pulls Plug Midway Through Deadly ‘Survivor’ 42 Challenge, Saving Contestant Lives

You think you’ve seen everything in 42 seasons of Survivor, but not until Wednesday’s episode of Season 42 (via Primetimer) did you see host Jeff Probst interrupt and stop an immunity challenge before it finished. We bring you to Day 7 (Episode 3) of this season, set amid the Mamanuca Islands of Fiji, where our tribes are competing in the “Spiral Architect” challenge. The castaways were tasked with dragging a ladder from the ocean floor, then climbing the ladder to grab a key, which then unlocked a secondary game with sandbags. One tribe finished, but the other two tribes struggled, and...

WATCH: Survivor Makes History as Jeff Probst Calls Off Treacherous Challenge

Jeff Probst made Survivor history Wednesday night when he stopped an immunity challenge due to concerns that someone might drown in treacherous ocean waters. While Jonathan's tribe completed the first portion of the challenge, which required castaways to drag a ladder off the bottom of the ocean floor and use it to grab a key that unlocked a sandbag game, the massive waves and dangerous swells were too much for the other two tribes to overcome, and Probst ultimately decided to call everyone in.