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CBS wants more 'Survivor' and Jeff Probst

March 9, 2011 | 12:36 pm

Probst The Tribal Council at CBS has spoken: Two more editions of "Survivor" are in our near future.

The network has ordered a 23rd and 24th edition of the long-running reality competition series to be broadcast during the 2011-2012 season.

And Mr. Survivor himself, Jeff Probst, has signed a new agreement to return as host and executive producer.

This season, the series moved from its Thursday home to Wednesdays. The current edition, "Survivor: Redemption Island," up against Fox's juggernaut "American Idol," averages 11.70 million viewers, according to the network.

But who can even think about the future with Wednesday night's episode -- Russell versus Matt!!-- looming? 

Show Trackers, have you had your fill of "Survivor"?  Are you glad Probst is sticking with it?  Could you imagine the show without him?

 -- Yvonne Villarreal
twitter.com/villarrealy

Photo: Jeff Probst. Credit: Getty Images

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