A candidate of “Survivor Quebec” expelled by the production
Reality TV candidate Survivor Quebec Pierre-Alexandre, nicknamed P-A, was fired by production . The news was announced during Sunday night's episode, April 30.
It’s in the first ten minutes of the episode that host Patrice Bélanger announced to the dozen or so remaining contestants that P-A had “broken a rule of the Code of Life” and was thus “removed” from the Thu. No further explanation was given during the one-hour meeting.
“SURVIVOR QUEBECended the adventure of one of the players immediately after being informed that he had violated the Code of Life, which establishes the rules and values to which all players must abide, ” commented on the production, questioned by Metro via email.
“For reasons of confidentiality and out of respect for our contractual agreements, no further comments will be issued,” she added.
Here are the 11 rules of the show’s Code of Conduct:
- Each participant must have their own look
- Voting at the Tribal Council is mandatory
- Tribes cannot communicate with film crews
- There are no restrooms at Survivor. The players have to find a way to adapt to the situation.
- Participants must undergo regular medical and psychological screenings during the adventure.
- Participants must respect the environment of the Philippines
- There must participate in all events
- Always follow the rules
- Entrants may not request favors, information or food from the production team or any other speaker
- Participants cannot share the final prize
- Participants are not allowed to smoke during the stay on the islands.
The 43-year-old early childhood educator has not been invited to Survivor Quebec in overtime, which receives the excluded players of the week.< /p>
P-A was part of Kalooban, one of the two teams participating in the show.