Why Australian Survivor 9 Streaming On Paramount+ In US Is Great

Fans who want their Survivor fix are in luck because it was recently announced that Australian Survivor 9: Blood V Water will be streaming on Paramount+ this year. This will be the first time that the Australian series is available in the United States. With the recent announcement that it will be streaming in America, there are many reasons for viewers at home to celebrate.

Australian Survivor has been on the air since 2001, although it took a long hiatus. In fact, it was off the air for a period of ten years between 2006 and 2016. With the show's return in 2016, Australian viewers had something to look forward to every week. However, the same couldn't be said for fans in the USA who wanted to watch the show, as it never aired in the USA. Luckily, after many years, a few of the past seasons were added to Paramount+. Even though past seasons were made available to stream, the ninth season of Australian Survivor will be the first series to stream at the same time that the show is airing Down Under, with a slight delay expected due to the time difference.

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Fans who are interested in watching the show will see a familiar face once they start viewing the series. Four-time Survivor US player Sandra Diaz-Twine is set to compete alongside her daughter, Alanna "Nina" Twine. This isn't the first time that a Survivor US alum has competed on Australian Survivor, as Russell Hantz (a three-time Survivor US player) competed on Australian Survivor: Champions vs. Contenders season 5.

With Sandra's knowledge of the game, it is going to be interesting for viewers to see how she will compete with her daughter there. As well, she'll be playing the game in a different country, although the Survivor format will be largely the same. Will she become a three-time Survivor champion or will she pose too much of a threat to everyone else who is competing? Viewers will have to tune in to see how she fares in the game.

Australian Survivor: Blood vs. Water is set to premiere on Monday, January 31, in Australia. Due to the time difference between the US and Australia, American viewers may have to wait a bit to watch it play out on their screens unless they stream the show immediately after it airs in AU. With that being said, it seems like many fans are excited to watch this new season while they wait for Survivor 42 to begin airing.

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