LOS ANGELES - CBS is looking for a few good survivors.
The network is accepting applications for future installments of Survivor.
Application forms are available on the Web site cbs.com. Applicants must be at least 21 and a citizen and resident of the United States. Candidates must reveal gender, age, marital status, level of education and occupation. Other questions on the seven-page application include:
Have you been treated for serious physical or mental illness within the past three years?
What is your favorite TV show?
What is your favorite movie?
What is your favorite sport?
What magazines do you read?
Name your three favorite hobbies.
List three adjectives to describe yourself.
Are you a vegetarian?
Do you have any body art (piercing, tattoo, etc.)? If so, please describe.
Describe your perfect day.
What is the accomplishment you are proudest of and why?
Who is your hero and why?
What's the craziest, wildest thing you would do for a million dollars?
What would you not do for $1 million?
With whom would you most like to be stranded?
What is your primary motivation for being on the show?
Why do you believe that you could be the final survivor?
The third version of the reality show will air this fall, again set in a remote area and with a $1 million prize for the winning contestant.
Applicants must submit an application and a three-minute videotape demonstrating why they believe they can prevail in the game, CBS said. The deadline is April 13.
After paring down the submissions, producers will interview at least 800 semifinalists in 16 U.S. cities, none in the Southeast. About four dozen people will be invited to attend final auditions in Los Angeles to choose the 16 contestants.
An even 100 Augusta Chronicle readers are still in contention for the $100 prize to be awarded at the conclusion of Survivor II: The Australian Outback on April 26. The contestant who received the most votes in our poll, Army intelligence officer Kel Gleason, was eliminated during the show's second episode. Michael Skupin, a software publisher and father of three, is now leading our poll with 20 votes. Twelve players remain.
Survivor II airs Thursdays at 8 p.m. on WRDW-TV (Channel 12).
Each of the contestants on Survivor II: The Australian Outback was allowed to bring along one luxury item. Can you match each to its owner?
Coloring book and crayons
Shaving kit (razor and set of blades)
Self-made immunity headdress
Journal and pen
Eyeliner and case
For more Survivor challenges, see the Web site cbs.com. The winner of the Hit the Road Sweepstakes will get a new Pontiac Aztec. Weekly winners of the iwon Survivor Trivia Challenge get $1,000. A grand-prize winner at the end of the show will get $50,000.