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Expedition Robinson 1997

Expedition Robinson 1997 was the first version of Expedition Robinson, or Survivor as it is referred to in some countries, to air in the world.[1] This season premiered on 13 September 1997.[2] Martin Merlin became the winner on 13 December 1997, with a jury vote of 6-2 over Runner-Up Kent Larsen. Despite being the premiere season, the first season was the lowest rated season of the original seven having only garnered around 1.2 million viewers for most of its regular episodes and 2.3 million viewers for its final episode.[2] A major controversy occurred during this season when the first person voted out, Sinisa Savija, committed suicide a month after returning home from the island.[2][3] Because of this, the first episode to air covered the events between the time when the contestants first arrived on the island and the second elimination. Following the success of the first season, Åsa Vilbäck, Kent Larsen, and Martin Melin all became well known in Sweden.

Finishing order

Contestant Original
Tribes
Merged
Tribe
Finish
Sinisa Savija
34, Norrköping
South Team 1st Voted Out
Day 3
Anna Nordenfeldt
57, Uppsala
North Team 2nd Voted Out
Day 6
Peter Just
51, Stockholm
North Team 3rd Voted Out
Day 9
Suzanne Lai
39, Helsingborg
North Team 4th Voted Out
Day 12
Zai Gordon-White
27, Södertälje
North Team 5th Voted Out
Day 15
Camilla Lundegård
28, Borlänge
South Team 6th Voted Out
Day 18
Christin Johansson
22, Copenhagen
North Team Robinson Evacuated
1st Jury Member
Day 21
Johan Reffel
23, Stockholm
South Team 7th Voted Out
2nd Jury Member
Day 26
Erika Bälldal
37, Oxelösund
South Team 8th Voted Out
3rd Jury Member
Day 30
Jürgen Weis
26, Göteborg
North Team 9th Voted Out
4th Jury Member
Day 35
Marie-Louise Niklasson
33, Malmö
South Team 10th Voted Out
5th Jury Member
Day 38
Markus Fondin
19, Göteborg
North Team 11th Voted Out
6th Jury Member
Day 41
Åsa Vilbäck
23, Lindköping
South Team 12th Voted Out
7th Jury Member
Day 44
Ola Melén
25, Lund
South Team 13th Voted Out
8th Jury Member
Day 46
Kent Larsen
61, Lycksele
South Team Runner-Up
Day 47
Martin Melin
30, Stockholm
North Team Sole Survivor
Day 47

The game

Air date Challenges Eliminated Vote Finish
Reward Immunity
13 September 1997 North Team North Team Sinisa 4-2-1-1 1st Voted Out
Day 4
Both Teams South Team Anna 4-3-1 2nd Voted Out
Day 8
4 October 1997 North Team South Team Peter 5-2 3rd Voted Out
Day 12
11 October 1997 North Team South Team Suzanne 5-1 4th Voted Out
Day ?
18 October 1997 South Team South Team Zai 3-2 5th Voted Out
Day ?
25 October 1997 South Team North Team Camilla 5-2 6th Voted Out
Day ?
1 November 1997 None Kent Christin No Vote Evacuated
1st Jury Member
Day 21
8 November 1997 Åsa Kent
(Jürgen)
Johan 8-1 7th Voted Out
2nd Jury Member
Day ?
15 November 1997 Jürgen Ola Erika1 4-4 8th Voted Out
3rd Jury Member
Day 30
22 November 1997 Ola, [Åsa] Åsa Jürgen 4-3 9th Voted Out
4th Jury Member
Day 35
29 November 1997 Martin Ola Marie-Louise 5-1 10th Voted Out
5th Jury Member
Day 38
6 December 1997 Åsa, [Martin] Martin Markus 3-2 11th Voted Out
6th Jury Member
Day 41
13 December 1997 None Martin Åsa 1-0 12th Voted Out
7th Jury Member
Day 44
Martin Ola 1-0 13th Voted Out
8th Jury Member
Day 46
Jury Vote Kent 6-2 Runner-Up
Martin Sole Survivor
In the case of multiple tribes or castaways who win reward or immunity, they are listed in order of finish, or alphabetically where it was a team effort; where one castaway won and invited others, the invitees are in brackets.

^1 The eighth vote was tied with Erika and Kent each receiving four votes. Following a tied second vote, the two drew lots which led to Erika's eventual elimination.

Voting history

Original Tribes Merged Tribe
Episode #: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Eliminated: Sinisa
4/8 votes
Anna
4/8 votes
Peter
5/7 votes
Suzanne
5/6 votes
Zai
3/5 votes
Camilla
5/7 votes
Christin
No vote
Johan
8/9 votes
Erika
4/8 votes1
Jürgen
4/7 votes
Marie-Louise
5/6 votes
Markus
3/5 votes
Åsa
1/1 vote
Ola
1/1 vote
Kent
2/8 votes
Martin
6/8 votes
Voter Vote
Martin Anna Suzanne Suzanne Zai Johan Kent Kent Marie-Louise Kent Åsa Ola Jury Vote
Kent Sinisa Camilla Johan Erika Jürgen Marie-Louise Markus
Ola Kent Camilla Johan Erika Jürgen Marie-Louise Markus Kent
Åsa Marie-Louise Camilla Johan Erika Jürgen Marie-Louise Markus Kent
Markus Anna Peter Suzanne Zai Johan Kent Kent Marie-Louise Kent Martin
Marie-Louise Sinisa Camilla Johan Erika Jürgen Kent Martin
Jürgen Anna Peter Suzanne Christin Johan Kent Kent Martin
Erika Sinisa Johan Johan Kent Martin
Johan Camilla Camilla Kent Martin
Christin Peter Peter Suzanne Zai Martin
Camilla Sinisa Johan
Zai Anna Peter Suzanne Christin
Suzanne Peter Peter Christin
Peter Suzanne Suzanne
Anna Peter
Sinisa Marie-Louise


^1 At the eighth tribal council both Erika and Kent received four votes. Following a re-vote, there was still a tie. Because of this, both were forced to draw lots to determine who would be eliminated.

References

Footnotes
Sources

External links

  • http://web.archive.org/web/20010827003252/http://www.svt.se/arkiv/robinson/index2.html
  • Expedition: Robinson i SVT 1997-2003
  • 5 bästa säsongerna
  • Veckans resmål: Tengah, Robinsonön
  • http://replay.waybackmachine.org/20080505024102/http://hem.passagen.se/molly4/robinson.html
  • http://web.archive.org/web/19980110062112/www.svt.se/noje/robinson/harhant.html
  • http://hem.passagen.se/aotvdenise/
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