Since it's debut in February, we have been featuring this very fun Maine version of the long-running hit CBS TV series Survivor.

Mainers are some of the toughest most resilient people on the planet. Just ask us.

This weekly reality show on YouTube is great way to demonstrate our grit and determination.

Now WBLM is proud to present a gripping new episode of Surviving Maine. 

By gripping we mean, the contestants are using their toes to grasp blocks and build a tower in this week's immunity challenge. It's kind of like playing Jenga in reverse with you feet.

That's a mighty demanding thing to do, right there. Go ahead. Try picking something up with your tootsies and moving it from one spot to another without dropping it.

Along with immunity, the winner will also get a very tasty reward. The one who proves to be the most agile and has the tallest pile stacked when the time is up, gets Maine's official dessert Whoopie Pies. That'll motivate them for sure.

We are down to 10 players on Teams Skidder and Lombard. Let's get watching to see who will remain. Week after week, we get a little closer to determining who will be the last hearty Mainer left standing.

Surviving Maine does it's best to stay true to the original. The teams are faced with camping in the rugged woods of Central Maine and there are always news immunity and reward challenges to accomplish.

On Surviving Maine, they also hold tribal councils at the end of each episode and players are voted out of the competition. So, it's pretty much the same format as the real Survivor.

It's a weekly series that debuted earlier this month. According to the Surviving Maine Facebook Page, the episodes were filmed pre-Covid in 2019. New ones come out on Wednesdays.

If you enjoy the show like yours friends here at the Blimp do, why not share it with a friend? We're pretty sure the hard working crew and cast members of Surviving Maine would appreciate that.

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