Hurry – Make your ‘Survivor’ finale predictions NOW at Gold Derby!

One of the greatest “Survivor” seasons in recent memory — “Blood vs. Water” — ends its run this Sunday (Dec. 15) with a two-hour finale that kicks off at 8 pm ET/PT followed by a one-hour reunion show.

Before the final showdown, be sure to cast your votes for three key questions in our Gold Derby predictions center:

Who Will Return to the Game from Redemption Island?

Who Will Win the Final Immunity Challenge?

Who Will Ultimately Win?

Sign in and look in the left column of your account/prediction page for the link to “Survivor: Blood vs. Water” — click that and start to play.

“Survivor: Blood vs. Water” has had fans in our forums excited since it premiered. The concept of having former contestants playing against their loved ones was a welcome twist that resulted in some great “Survivor” moments.

There was Rupert, who honorably traded places with his voted-off wife so that she could stay alive in the game. Weeks later, fan-hated Colton quit the show a second time in the hopes that his fiance Caleb could have a better chance of winning. And who could forget when Ciera voted out her mother Laura in order to better her own chances in the game?

There are still seven contestants left in play, including three (Hayden, Laura, Tina) fighting it out at Redemption Island for a chance to return to the game. The winner of that final duel will join Ciera, Gervase, Monica and Tyson, and one of those five will be the ultimate winner of Season 27.

Be sure to cast your votes before Sunday, when the final episode airs on CBS, hosted by four-time Emmy champ Jeff Probst.

In the meantime, sound off in the comments section below and tell us what you think about predicting “Survivor” at Gold Derby and which other reality series you would like to predict in the new year!

One thought on “Hurry – Make your ‘Survivor’ finale predictions NOW at Gold Derby!

  1. Oops. You spelled Gervase as Gervaise. Although it would be hilarious to see Ricky Gervaise playing Survivor. I will love to have shows like The Amazing Race and The Voice be part of the reality predictions too.

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