Survivor host Jeff Probst.

Survivor host Jeff Probst.

With no official word from CBS just yet, it looks like they may have let the cat out of the bag about Survivor continuing on beyond its 30th season.

Originally renewed through season 30 (premiering February 25, 2015), the casting website for the show is still live at www.cbssurvivorcasting.com.

While that might be an oversight, consider that during last night’s episode of Survivor: San Juan del Sur, at about the forty-minute mark into the show, a short ad to be a part of a future season of the show played, encouraging prospective contestants to visit the aforementioned website.

CBS has yet to comment on the speculation that the show will be returning, but with the 30th season already filmed, why else would the network be looking for more contestants?

Further speculation could also show that the network is planning multiple future seasons, as the need for casting indicates that a season without returning players is, at the very least, being thrown around.

What do you think? Will Survivor return after season 30? Let us know your thoughts, and tell us how you’d like CBS and Mark Burnett to mix up the show’s 15-year formula; hit us up on Facebook and Twitter, or in the comments below!

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  1. Out There

    One and only way it’s ever going to stop: Jeff Probst dies. Sad but true, if you look at the numbers for his old talk show. Survivor is the only door open to him.

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