Popular “Survivor” alum Sandra Diaz-Twine turned the primary two-time winner of the sequence again in 2010, when she defeated “Survivor” legends Parvati Shallow and Russell Hantz in a 6-3-0 jury vote in “Heroes vs. Villains.” Since then, she has been a fan favourite and an icon of the franchise amongst many American viewers, usually being known as the “Queen” of “Survivor,” a self-given honorific for changing into the sequence’ first ever two-time winner.

Recently, it was introduced that Sandra and her 24-year-old daughter Nina might be competing towards one another in a season of “Australian Survivor” titled “Blood V Water,” primarily based on the “Blood vs. Water” theme that the American model of the show has used. Sandra is understood for being a fierce competitor, and that shone by way of just lately in a new trailer launched by Network 10, the Australian community which broadcasts the show.

Here’s what you must know:

Nina Twine: ‘I’m Gonna Try and Dethrone My Mother’

On Thursday, “Australian Survivor’s” Twitter page debuted a number of prolonged trailers for every pair of family members on the upcoming season, together with Sandra and her daughter. In the prolonged model (proven above), each girls firmly state that they’re enjoying for themselves, and strongly trace that they could even activate one another.

Although Sandra begins off by praising her daughter’s credentials (calling Nina her “child woman” in addition to her “secret weapon”), she goes on to declare that “I’m not anxious about her. Queen stays Queen.” Later within the teaser, she ominously states, “I’d by no means hand my crown to anybody.”

Nina herself additionally hinted that she wouldn’t hesitate in taking out her mom if it comes all the way down to it. She famous that she has been watching her mom play “Survivor” since 2003, when Sandra’s authentic season, “Pearl Islands,” first premiered and Nina was 5 years old. Sandra turned 29 on the penultimate day of filming that season. “I’m coming for her crown,” Nina declared. “She already gained, not as soon as however twice. I’m gonna attempt to dethrone my mom.”

Sandra and Nina Turning on Each Other Would Be a ‘Blood vs. Water’ First

This shouldn’t be the primary teaser to preview the rivalry between the mother-daughter pair. A trailer dropped early in January additionally showcased that Sandra and Nina could certainly be going head-to-head, and piqued many American followers’ curiosity within the upcoming season.

The new sneak peak has viewers speculating much more so about how the season will play out, with one person on Reddit joking, “Sandra’s private merchandise is a voting record together with her daughter’s title pre-written. No hesitation anticipated.”

Others are rooting for Nina, given how Sandra already has $2 million within the financial institution from her time on “Survivor.” “As a lot as I’d love a 3rd Sandra win,” one other person stated, “I would like Nina to win with Sandra on the jury so unhealthy.”

In the whole two-season “Blood vs. Water” arc that the “Survivor” franchise has seen, there has solely been one occasion of 1 beloved one voting off one other: one other mother-daughter pair, that of Ciera Eastin voting off her mom Laura Morrett in season 27, “Blood vs. Water.” However, she did so reluctantly, and solely as a result of the remainder of the tribe was already dedicated to the plan anyway.

That season additionally noticed former winner Tina Wesson beat her 25-year-old daughter Katie Collins in a Redemption Island duel, sending her out of the sport. Tina would rejoin the sport by profitable the next Redemption Island duel the subsequent episode. Interestingly, that was additionally a mother-daughter pair the place the mom was a earlier winner.

“Australian Survivor: Blood V Water” premieres January 31 on Network 10 for Australian viewers. American viewers will probably be capable to watch the season in its entirety on Paramount Plus after it has completed airing in Australia. Previous seasons of the show can be seen on the web site and app.

American”Survivor” airs Wednesdays 8 p.m. Eastern on CBS. Be positive to catchseason 42when it premieres March 9, 2022.