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Survivor Philippines
« on: September 17, 2008, 12:10:48 PM »
I am so excited with to watch Survivor Philippines.


Survivor Philippines is the Philippine version of the reality television series Survivor.[2] Veteran TV host Paolo Bediones has been chosen to host the show.[3] At the first audition in Davao, Bediones revealed that the prize money would be the largest in the history of reality shows in the Philippines: in addition to the title of Sole Survivor, the contestant who lasts the longest will also win 3,000,000 pesos (US$70,000).[4]

Auditions were held in six Philippine cities in May 2008. From these interviews, 18 contestants (16 was initially announced number) were be selected to participate on the show in June 2008.[6] The show was shot in Ko Tarutao, the same island where Survivor: Thailand took place, from July to August, 2008.[1]

This series premiered on September 15, 2008. While the show is aired on a daily basis rather than once a week, all elements of the Survivor franchise are otherwise present. The names of the tribes are derived from the Thai language: Nâak (นาค) and Jàràkây (จระเข้), meaning snake and crocodile respectively. Great Right. The tribes have been divided by gender, with Jàràkây composed of the nine male contestants, and Nâak of the females.

Also unique is the use of theme music for the British version composed by Russ Landau, who made the Ancient Voices series of theme scores for the American version.

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Survivor Philippines
« on: September 17, 2008, 12:10:48 PM »

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Re: Survivor Philippines
« Reply #1 on: September 17, 2008, 12:11:51 PM »
Week 1: Days 1

Reward Challenge: Eight of the nine castaways were harnessed together while the ninth would be the "keykeeper" who would release their tribemates. The tribes would cross an obstacle course composed a one-pole bridge and a zip line, and the end of each is a pole containing a set keys that would release the restrains of each tribe member. At the end of the obstacle course, tribes would gather puzzle pieces from bags hanging on a large web. Once all puzzle pieces are retrieved, one tribe member should solve the puzzle, which is a picture of an eagle.

Reward: Additional materials for setting up camp
Punishment: The members of the entire tribe would be harnessed together until the next day

The castaways were brought to the island by boat, but stopped several meters from shore. They were then told to jump out of the boat with the clothes they were wearing and swim to shore, which the castaways did. After all castaways arrive on shore. Paolo separated the castaways into tribes by gender: the men make up Jarakay while the women compose Naak. Since Jace was the one who arrived to shore first, the Jarakay tribe would have the bigger camp. The Reward Challenge then took place, in which the men lead the entire time and won, although the women slowly caught up with the men. After the challenge, the both tribes head to their camps and each opened the tribal boxes which contained additional clothes and footwear and some raincoats. Though there was some effort, the members of both tribes slept in their raincoats on the sand in the pouring rain without setting up their shelters. The next day, work on the Jarakay men\'s camp started while the Naak women divided their work on building their shelter, gathering food, and starting fire. Later, several of the Jarakay men finally found their water source, while Naak rested with Patani imitating the StarStruck spiel. After the women were relieved of their harnesses, they went back to work. So far, both tribes still had no fire.

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Re: Survivor Philippines
« Reply #2 on: September 17, 2008, 12:14:25 PM »
WOW>>>>>

Im avid fan of survival and thinking hope someday will be held here in the philippines, and now the dream comes true. I hope si Jace ang manalo. =)

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Re: Survivor Philippines
« Reply #3 on: October 18, 2008, 05:54:35 AM »
eto panoorin nyo.... ng mga castaways.

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