‘Survivor: Winners at War’: Did the Producers Re-Edit Because of Fan Complaints About Whispering at Tribal Council?

by Jeremy Spirogis
Castaways whispering at tribal council

In back-to-back episodes of Survivor: Winners at War, the castaways have been whispering at Tribal Council. Fans took to social media to complain about it. Now, they consider that Jeff Probst and the producers re-edited this week’s present to take away the whispering.

[Spoiler alert: Survivor 40: Winners at War Episode 11 spoilers forward.]

Castaways whispering at tribal council
Jeremy Collins, Sophie Clarke, Nick Wilson, Sarah Lacina, Tony Vlachos, Kim Spradlin, Ben Driebergen, Michele Fitzgerald, Tyson Apostol and Denise Stapley at Tribal Council | CBS Entertainment

Why have been followers begging Jeff Probst to eliminate the whispering at Tribal Council?

Last week, when the castaways arrived at tribal council, Probst requested Nick Wilson one query. Then, Kim Spradlin-Wolfe instantly started whispering to Michele Fitzgerald. Nearly everybody was speaking to somebody quietly in regards to the vote. Then it escalated even additional when Jeremy Collins performed his “safety without power” benefit.

At one level final week, the 2 alliances bought up and whispered in regards to the vote, but once more. It was a whole Tribal Council filled with whispering. The week prior, there was a little bit little bit of whispering, and followers discovered it hysterical. However, the tables turned shortly, and followers took to social media to avidly complain about it.

“The whispering needs just to be permabanned from all future tribals,” one fan wrote on Reddit. “It’s had its moment in the sun, made for a few interesting tribals, but now it’s time for the producers to shut it down forever.”

What occurred at Tribal Council on ‘Survivor: Winners at War’ Episode 11?

Then instantly after the complaints, the subsequent tribal council was an entire blindside with no whispering. Tony Vlachos coordinated a plan to vote out Sophie Clarke. Fans have been ecstatic that it went off with out a hitch, however really feel the producers might need left some issues out.

Part of me appears like they could have gone again and re-edited her after all of the pushback on social media and information retailers,” wrote a fan in a new Reddit thread after episode 11. “I also noticed we weren’t seeing obnoxious jury reactions. Tribal felt very serious, and I felt like I knew all the possible outcomes, which was nice for a change.”

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Many followers have been surprisingly completely satisfied after not one castaway whispered to a different. It was stunning after a number of weeks of seeing them lean over to 1 one other.

“I was preemptively groaning because I thought a great blindside was going to be ruined [by whispering],” wrote one other fan.

However, Sophie went dwelling with out even an inkling that her title may be written down. She had a hidden immunity idol in her pocket. 

Other followers consider there was no whispering due to Sophie’s blindside

“I figured there would be no whispers since if any one of Jeremy, Tony, Nick, or Michelle started whispering to each other, everyone else would know something’s up,” one other Redditor commented. 

A couple of different followers make level that nobody wished to tip off Sophie to what was occurring. 

“Whispers are effective when there are two sides fighting it out, and both of them have to conspire with each other about what the game plan is,” continued the fan. “Having three sides imply there’s much more uncertainty about who your allies are, so your finest guess is to enter tribal council with a plan in place and make no references to the blindside that your facet deliberate out.

So, additionally it is attainable that no whispering was edited out in episode 11 of Survivor: Winners at War. The collection airs Wednesdays at eight p.m. EST on CBS.

Read extra: ‘Survivor 40: Winners at War’: Fans Are Begging Jeff Probst to Shut Down the Whispering at Tribal Council

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