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Survivor fans reblog this so I can find each and every one of you. I want to know you all and know all of your opinions on whats happened.
With the new season arriving now is the time.
The Survivor postproduction crew is headed back to work after a brief strike. Mark Burnett’s Island Post Productions Inc. agreed to give the crew union recognition, the Motion Picture Editors Guild announced Wednesday.
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The editors have spoken: Just six weeks before the 29th cycle of Survivor is set to premiere, the long-running reality hit’s editing team has gone…
Sources say the Guild notified the Survivor producers that their editors wanted a union contract and requested that negotiations start immediately. When their letter did not receive a reply, the editors went on strike. As first reported by by Deadline, the roughly two dozen employees are primarily seeking health coverage and pension benefits.
The strike has the potential to delay the return of the series—this cycle is officially titled Survivor: San Juan del Sur – Blood vs. Water—which is scheduled to launch Sept. 24. Last week, CBS announced Survivor‘s premiere would be extended to 90 minutes, a move that increases the workload for the show’s editors. The Survivor team shoots about 250 hours of footage to create one episode, host Jeff Probst said in a 2012 interview, and we’re told this fall’s premiere cut is due at the network next week.