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Survivor starts casting for seasons 21 and 22, which would tape next summer November 18, 2009, 4:45 PM

Survivor is now casting for seasons 21 and 22, although it has not yet been officially renewed by CBS, nor has Jeff Probst announced whether or not he

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although it has not yet been officially renewed by CBS, nor has Jeff Probst announced whether or not he
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Jeff said that 20 is a nice round number to end at. So the question is... Will Survivor be the same without him? He's got a sweet job. Travel to exotic locales and show up now and then for tribal and competitions. I'd ride that cash cow as long as I could.

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Jeff said that 20 is a nice round number to end at. So the question is... Will Survivor be the same without him? He's got a sweet job. Travel to exotic locales and show up now and then for tribal and competitions. I'd ride that cash cow as long as I could.

He seems to be quite enjoying this season (thanks to Russell LMAO) so maybe that has convinced him to stick around a few more seasons. I can't imagine survivor without him.

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'Survivor': Host Jeff Probst returning for seasons 21 and 22

By Andrea Reiher

February 9, 2010 11:06 AM

The "Survivor" (and its host Jeff Probst) we all know and and love isn't going anywhere until at least fall 2011.

CBS has announced that Jeff Probst is returning for the next two season of "Survivor" (after the season premiering Thursday, Feb. 11).

If their current schedule of having both a spring and a fall installment holds, we won't see a new "Survivor" host until the fall 2011 season.

That is... if Jeff Probst decides to leave at that point. Probst said Tuesday (Feb. 9), "I am thrilled to continue working with [the] "Survivor" family for another year. Even in my wildest dreams, I couldn't have predicted we'd still be going strong 10 years later."

So maybe he won't hang up his torch-snuffer after 22 seasons. CBS certainly loves him. Nina Tassler, President, CBS Entertainment says, "Jeff is a multi-faceted creative talent. On the screen he's a gifted and versatile host, and behind-the-scenes he's a smart and intuitive producer. We look forward to him snuffing out more torches and whipping up new ideas next season."

"Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains" premieres Thursday, Feb. 11 at 8 p.m. ET.

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They have Survivor casting for the next season is at Morongo Casino about 5 miles from my house this Saturday. I would not be on the show if you paid me the million dollars up front. tee hee

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