'Survivor: Cambodia – Second Chance' Cast News, Update: Season Will Be the Hardest Ever, Season 32 Already Finished?

The returning cast for the upcoming season of CBS' hugely-popular reality TV completion show "Survivor: Cambodia – Second Chance" is reported to had already flown to Koh Rong, Cambodia and are currently doing the usual pre-show press conferences and interviews.

A report from Enstars said that based on the unofficial calendars, Day 1 of the competition, which will be Friday, local time, will greet the 20 castaways with a heavy rainy day.

According to the local weather projections, the entire first week in Cambodia will be a rainy one with the chance of heavy downpour predicted to be 100 percent. The following days are also expected to be rainy as well.

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This won't be the first time that the series has undergone a wet season. Survivor installments in Palau, Micronesia, Samoa, Philippines, and Nicaragua saw their respective cast beaten down by the harsh weather. In fact, in Nicaragua, Kelly Shin and Na'Onka Mixon have to quit the competition due to some weather-related situations.

Meanwhile, a recent Survivor rumor from website Poker News indicated that the next upcoming 32nd season will likely to feature a poker player castaway.

The report said that even though Season 31 hasn't been filmed yet, "Season 32 is already in the can." The site said that the show is known for filming two seasons at a time from one location.

Renowned Survivor scooper, Martin Holmes, reported on his Inside Survivor website that a poker player named Anna Khait is on the cast list.

Khait, according to Poker News, is a 26-year-old pro who had made a name for herself when she won a $3,035 pot prize in the recent 2015 Borgata Poker Open No-Limit Hold'em Deepstack.

The person in question originally hailed from Russia and has been working as a correspondent for PokerTube.

For the meantime, "Survivor: Cambodia – Second Chance" is expected to premiere this September on its Wednesday 8 p.m. timeslot on CBS.

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