Season 23 of "Survivor" is in the record books. We now know which of the 18 contestants made it to finale night, and which of them won. Many fans have their favorite castaways and want to continue to get updates from them, and with the popular social networks like Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus it's now possible. These are a few of the "Survivor: South Pacific" castaways that can be found on twitter and other social networks.
Coach (Benjamin Wade)
Coach is a long time favorite of many "Survivor" fans. He's played three seasons of "Survivor," though he never managed to win. In Season 23, he finished a close second, but in "Survivor" second is no different from third of tenth. Coach is well-known for his outlandish story telling and analogies. While it is unlikely that we will ever see Coach on "Survivor" again, you can find on Facebook or follow him onTwitter.
Season 23 was Cochran's first season on "Survivor." He's small and brilliant, but didn't have the best luck in the game. He began the season on the brink of elimination and was able to talk his way back into his tribes heart. After the teams merged, he made what most people thought was a great move; he turned against his tribe and switched alliances. However, in the end it didn't do him any good. He was still voted out alongside the rest of his old tribe. There is a fairly good chance we will see Cochran on "Survivor" again because he's such a huge fan of the show. Find about more about Cochran's plans on Facebook and Twitter.
Looking back on Season 23, you may not remember much about Sophie. While she played an amazing game, she didn't stand out until the end. At first glance you differently wouldn't think she was much of a threat, but the other castaways know better. Sophie managed to win three immunity challenges, one of which she came from behind to beat Ozzy (Oscar Lusth), and she was crowned the winner of Season 23. It's almost a guarantee that we will see Sophie on some sort of All-Star season of "Survivor" in the future, and most of her fans are looking forward to it. Find out what Sophie has to say about her furture by following her on Facebook and Twitter.
Season 24 of "Survivor" is set to air on CBS in February 2012; when fans will meet all new favorites. Until then, follow your favorite former castaways on your social network of choice.