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Former KENS-TV ‘Great Day SA’ contributor, ‘Survivor’ winner returns to TV

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11:12 am CST, Wednesday, February 12, 2020

San Antonio native Kim Spradlin-Wolfe and season 24 winner of “Survivor” returns to the CBS reality competition show Wednesday night as part of its 40th season.

San Antonio native Kim Spradlin-Wolfe and season 24 winner of “Survivor” returns to the CBS reality competition show Wednesday night as part of its 40th season.

Photo: CBS Photo Archive/CBS Via Getty Images

Photo: CBS Photo Archive/CBS Via Getty Images

San Antonio native Kim Spradlin-Wolfe and season 24 winner of “Survivor” returns to the CBS reality competition show Wednesday night as part of its 40th season.

San Antonio native Kim Spradlin-Wolfe and season 24 winner of “Survivor” returns to the CBS reality competition show Wednesday night as part of its 40th season.

Photo: CBS Photo Archive/CBS Via Getty Images

Former KENS-TV ‘Great Day SA’ contributor, ‘Survivor’ winner returns to TV

San Antonio native Kim Spradlin-Wolfe and season 24 winner of “Survivor” returns to the CBS reality competition show Wednesday night as part of its 40th season. 

The former “Survivor” winner worked on KENS-TV’s lifestyle show “Great Day SA” for about three years before turning to a new career path — interior design. She periodically drops by the station to say hello to fellow colleagues. The reality star was on “Great Day SA” on Tuesday to talk about the new season.

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Spradlin-Wolfe said she’s grateful to be part of the reality show’s legacy as it celebrates 20 years on TV.

“It’s such an integrated part of my life I sometimes forget and take it for granted,” she told the  CBS show. “I’m so grateful for all the fun that has come from being a part of ‘Survivor.'”

Spradlin-Wolfe, who is a mother of three, says this time around on the show is a little different.

“My life has changed tremendously in the last seven years. My first go-round I was 28 and newly single, I coveted the escape and the adventure of Survivor,” she said. “Since then, I got married and had three babies as fast as humanly possible. I think this will perhaps change everything about the way I play, I just don’t know exactly how. My plan is to take this new season as a completely new and separate experience from the last!”

‘Survivor: Winners at War’ season 40 premieres on CBS at 7 tonight.

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