How to Watch ‘Survivor’ Season 45 Finale Tonight: What Time, How Long, Channel, Livestream

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Survivor‘s Season 45 finale is almost upon us! For those who haven’t been tuned into this action-packed season led by longtime host and four-time Emmy award winner Jeff Probst, the upcoming final episode entitled “Living The Survivor Dream” will feature the final five contestants, all of whom are competing to be in the final four and to be crowned this season’s “Sole Survivor.”

Additionally, the two-hour finale will be followed by an hour-long After Show hosted by Probst.

While this finale may feel bittersweet for avid fans, the gap in their Wednesday night TV lineup won’t be empty for long! According to a press release, the hit CBS reality series returns to the network for Season 46 on Wednesday, Feb. 28 with a two-hour episode.

While the second episode of Season 46 will also be two hours in length, episodes go back to 90-minute-long run times on Wednesday, March 13.

Or for those in need of an immediate fix, Netflix, Hulu, and Prime Video offer various seasons to view in the meantime.

Read on to find out how to watch Survivor live online ahead of its Season 45 finale.

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When Does The Survivor Season 45 Finale Air On CBS? How Long Is The ‘Survivor’ Finale?

The Survivor Season 45 finale airs on CBS tonight (Dec. 20) at 8/7c. The episode is a whopping three hours long, bringing its end time to 11/10c.

How To Watch Survivor Live:

While you can watch Survivor on CBS the old fashioned way, you can also easily stream the show on plenty of platforms. Fans can livestream Survivor‘s Season 45 finale on any streaming services that offers CBS, including DirecTV Stream, FuboTV, YouTube TV and Hulu + Live TV.

Can You Watch Survivor Live On Paramount Plus?

Since Survivor is a CBS series, it is easily available on Paramount+ (which is owned by Paramout). If you’re a Paramount+ with Showtime subscriber, you can livestream the Survivor Season 45 finale via your local CBS affiliate.

And if you’re a Paramount+ Essential subscriber, you’re still in luck — while you won’t be able to tune in live, you will still have access to next-day streaming.