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Meet the Australian Survivor: All Stars contestants

TV WEEK logo TV WEEK 9/10/2019 Cynthia Wang and Tina Burke
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Fans were treated to a glorious surprise when the Australian Survivor finale aired in September, as Network 10 revealed an All Star season would be dropping in early 2020.

"Early next year, we are turning Australian Survivor up a notch," host Jonathan LaPaglia says 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."

Today, at the 10 Upfronts in Sydney, the network confirmed Australian Survivor will be airing TWICE next year, beginning with the All Stars season in early February.

Not only that, they also revealed eight of the 24 contestants who will be returning to our screens in a bid to be named Sole Survivor.

Network 10's Chief Content Officer Beverley McGarvey confirmed that "big players" from season one would be coming back, along with a few fan-favourites from season two, and two of the biggest "champions" from season three and season four.

Pictures: Scroll through to meet the first eight contestants of Australian Survivor: All Stars:

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