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CBS’s “Survivor” Open Call Auditions

CBS's Survivor Open Call AuditionsDo you think you have what it takes to Survive?  Apply now to take your chances at auditioning for one of CBS’s hit shows, “Survivor”.  The Emmy Award-winning series returns this fall on the CBS. In a SURVIVOR first, the 31st season, themed Second Chance, will feature 20 castaways, chosen by the fans, who return to compete against each other with the same ultimate goal: to outwit, outplay and outlast each other. Ultimately, one will be crowned the Sole Survivor and win the one million dollar prize. The show is hosted by Emmy Award winner Jeff Probst.

An open call is being held in Cape Canaveral, Florida.  Applicants must be 18 years or older to apply. You must be a US Citizen and have a valid passport.  One-minute auditions will be recorded for each contestant during the audition. Applicants are encouraged to creatively express why they should be considered for the show. This is your only chance to make an impression with the show producers so think about what you are going to say!  The open call will be held by their local CBS affiliates.  They will be recording you so all you need to bring is your valid ID or your passport to the audition.
The audition will take place on Sunday, April 10th from 10am to 2pm at Victory Casino Cruises, Port Canaveral, FL 180 Christopher Columbus Drive, Cape Canaveral, FL  32920.  Check out CBS’s casting website for more details at http://www.cbssurvivorcasting.com/Official-Survivor-Casting-Home.  Casting directors are also accepting online submissions on their website if you are not in Florida or not able to attend the audition.  This is the only open casting call for Survivor that has been released so far.

2 thoughts on “CBS’s “Survivor” Open Call Auditions

  1. Good Day,

    Please share with me when the auditions will take place in 2018 at Cape Canaveral, FL for Survivor?

    Thank you for your time,


    Mark Wasserman

  2. I would like to be on the show because I love the competition and think I have the will power and tolerance to get through and win. Plus I like the money. That helps influence me to want to win.

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