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'Survivor' Season 28 cast and location announced

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Fans are gearing up for a new season of "Survivor" beginning in just a little over a month. This time the competition will be held in the Cagayan province of the Philippines, which is a destination that has been done in the past. According to a Jan. 22 report from Fox News, this is the first season since 2012 where there will be no returning players. While no one familiar is coming back, there will be a few famous faces on the tribes.

This year "Survivor" will consist of three separate tribes; The Beauty, The Brains, and The Brawn. Some of the faces fans may recognize are Morgan McLeod (ex-NFL cheerleader), Cliff Robinson (Ex-NBA player) and David Samson (President of the Florida Marlins). There will be plenty of challenges and drama between the three tribes and fans are excited to see what this season holds.

CBS has loyal fans with "Survivor." Season 28 is set to begin in February with the tribes in the Philippines. There will be plenty of interesting things happening among the tribes and this is said to be a season "no one" should miss.

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