Emotional and historic 'Survivor' moment has everyone sobbing


On Survivor: Winners at War Wednesday, the remaining 10 castaways were surprised by a visit from their loved ones.

While the visit from loved ones happens every season, this time the contestants were surprised to see their entire families hit the beach. Just one minute into the show, Kim was reunited with her husband, Bryan, and their three children as everyone burst into tears. One by one, each player's family members came running out, making it one of the most emotional moments of any season. However, that wasn't the only surprise.

After host Jeff Probst jokingly explained that the reward challenge, which normally determines who gets more time with their loved ones, would include all of the family members, Probst revealed, "Actually, we're going to do something historic. For the first time ever, there is no Survivor ‘loved one' challenge." So with that, all of the families got to return to camp to experience Survivor and create memories together. In fact, even the Edge of Extinction players got family visits too, which had viewers at home crying even more as they praised the show.

During this time, in which some of us are either quarantined with or separated from our loved ones, this was a heartwarming and touching moment that fans needed.

And at the end of the episode, the castaways from the Edge took a moment to show their gratitude to Probst.

Survivor: Winners at War airs Wednesdays at 8 p.m. on CBS.

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