The First Final Three - Hickman, Chris & Henry (Survivor: Laos).
|Description||The three final castaways who plead their cases to the Jury to win the game|
Papua New Guinea
Heroes vs. Villains
The Final Three are three remaining contestants on Day 24 , Day 42 or 39 that are present at the Final Tribal Council to plead their case for the title of Sole Survivor. This is currently the only alternative format to the Final Two.
This format has been increasingly common and has been seen in twenty seasons. A Final Three with a 5-person Jury has only occurred in Survivor: Laos. A Final Three with an 8-person Jury is the most common one to be used as it has been used on 6 occasions during Survivor: Papua New Guinea, Survivor: Anarchy, Survivor: Madagascar, Survivor: Sardinia, Survivor: Greece, Survivor: Rome. A Final Three with a 9-person Jury has occurred on 5 occasions Survivor: Egypt, Survivor: Switzerland, Survivor: Korea, Survivor: Kamchatka & Survivor: Cyprus. A Final Three with a 10-person Jury has occurred on 4 different occasions during Survivor: Revival, Survivor: All-Stars, Survivor: Salvation, Survivor: Generations. A Final Three with a 7-person Jury has occurred on 6 occasions during Survivor: Hawaii, Survivor: Polynesia, Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains, Survivor: Similan Islands, Survivor: Alsace-Lorraine, & Survivor: New Zealand.
- In seasons Laos, Switzerland and Greece due to a tied vote, the 2nd Runner Up eventually voted for the one of the contestants to win.
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