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Survivors ready! The premiere date for Australian Survivor: All Stars 2020 has been revealed

And it’s sooner than you may think.

By Erin Doyle
For TV fans who have been left in despair after Australian Survivor: Champions versus Contenders wrapped up in September, there's good news!
Channel Ten have just released the premiere date for the next season of Australian Survivor – and it's soon!
Jonathan LaPaglia (pictured with season four winner Pia Miranda) will be back to host Australian Survivor in 2020. Image: Network Ten
Featuring some familiar faces, Australian Survivor: All Stars is bringing back all the greatest game players, the fan favourites and the most memorable competitors to ever grace Tribal Council with their presence.
So when should you get the popcorn ready? Well, drumroll please… the time and date to mark on your calendars is February 3 at 7.30pm on Network Ten.
Plucked from earlier seasons, 24 players will return including former winners Shane Gould and Jericho Malabonga.
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Also returning to the fray are big names such as season four's David Genat, season one's Phoebe Timmins and season two's Locky Gilbert.
Several more players are still yet to be unveiled, but one more person who we do know will be back is host Jonathan LaPaglia who has signed up for another season.
The All-Stars version of Australian Survivor was officially announced last year at Network Ten's Upfronts event.
"Early next year, we are turning Australian Survivor up a notch," host Jonathan said of the new season.
"The game's biggest all-stars return, to go head-to-head in the ultimate battle. They might be the best of the best, but this time, we're not going to make it easy."
Some very familiar faces will be back for All Stars. Image: Network Ten
He added that this year is likely to feature the most fierce battles yet.
"This is the version of Survivor where the gloves come off on day one and they stay off until the winner is crowned," Jonathan said,
"You're going to see people who will stop at nothing to win. Friendships, honour, sportsmanship is all out the window. They're back for half a million dollars and the glory of being the best of the best."
And in even better news for Australian Survivor fans, there will be second season of Survivor in 2020 following on from All-Stars.
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