Survivor Cambodia: Second Chance Contestants Tell PEOPLE How They Prepared to Play Again

Well, this should be fun.

CBS has released the first details of Survivor Cambodia: Second Chance, and the season sure looks like a winner.

Survivor's Jon Misch and Jaclyn Schultz Are Married! See Their Gorgeous Wedding Album

When we last saw Jon Misch and Jaclyn Schultz, they were competing on Survivor: San Juan del Sur. They both did well – he ended up in sixth place, and she was the season’s runner-up. (It was a Blood vs. Water season, so Misch and Schultz were already dating when they competed.)

Survivor Winner Ethan Zohn Is Engaged!

The tribe has spoken: Survivor winner Ethan Zohn is ready to wed the love of his life.

Zohn, 41, is engaged to New York City interior designer Lisa Heywood, 47, the couple tell PEOPLE exclusively.

The Survivor: Worlds Apart Runners-Up Tell All: 'We Were So Close! '

Sometimes, people play a good game of Survivor, but lose because of bad luck.

That happened in Survivor: Worlds Apart.

Carolyn “Mama C” Rivera certainly had the chops to win the show, but she ended up on a season where likable, athletic Mike Holloway went on an immunity run and was unable to be voted out.

Survivor Winner Mike Holloway: It's a Crazy Game – but I Won It!

Nice guys don’t always finish last.

That was ultimately the message of Survivor: Worlds Apart. The arguments were ugly and the characters weren’t always lovable, but in the end, it was good guy Mike Holloway who walked away with $1 million.

It wasn’t easy. After finding himself on the outs, Holloway only made it to the end by winning five immunity challenges and playing a hidden immunity idol.

Find Out Who America Chose to Compete on the Next Season of Survivor

America has spoken.

With more than 10 million ballots cast, fans of Survivor have selected 10 men and 10 women to head to a remote island later this week to play the game.

Stephen Fishbach's Survivor Finale Blog: A Victor Who 'Fought Back Against Overwhelming Odds'

Stephen Fishbach was the runner-up on Survivor: Tocantins and has been blogging about Survivor strategy for PEOPLE since 2009. Follow him on Twitter @stephenfishbach.

Vote Me onto Survivor! Potential Male Castaways Make Their Pitches to PEOPLE

You’ve got to hand it to the producers of Survivor. They sure know how to keep a franchise going.

Two weeks ago, the long-running show announced a voting process where America would get to choose contestants for next season.

Put Me Back on Survivor! 10 Women Plead Their Case to PEOPLE

Next season’s game of Survivor has already begun.

When CBS announced that the show would let America choose its next cast, potential contestants began aggressive campaigns on social media for votes.

Dan Foley: My Survivor Portrayal Was Unfair

Everyone knows that Survivor is a highly edited show.

Over a period of three days, multiple cameras film between 300-500 hours of footage. Then, a team of editors boil all that footage down to one 44-minute episode.

Dan Foley, the latest contestant voted off the island, says he watched the first two episodes and realized that he was going to get a villain’s edit. But even he seems surprised at how negatively he was portrayed – and how vitriolic the viewer response has been.