‘Survivor: Gabon’ will be the 17th edition in the Survivor series and the first to be aired in high definition. Gabon is a country in west central Africa sharing borders with Equatorial Guinea, Cameroon, Republic of the Congo and the Gulf of Guinea. Its rainforest system, which covers 85-percent of the country, is sure to be visually stunning in HD. Host Jeff Probst has said it is probably the most remote location they have ever been to.
The online preview offered by CNET will feature “Survivor in HD: Behind the Scenes”, “Castaway Preview by Jeff Probst”, a “Tour of the Tribal Council”, and the opening scene of the first episode. You preview the clips at http://cnet.com/survivor. Full episodes of Survivor: Gabon – Earth’s Last Eden in high-definition will be available on the CBS website following the broadcast.
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