Production for Yukon began immediately after the conclusion of the previous season, Broadway, but the season did not successfully air until over a month after. The season had been cancelled twice before the official filming, and ended up with the smallest cast in a season of Finale thus far, with only 10. The season recycled many aspects from previous seasons that had been successful, including the Outcasts Twist, Auction, and more.
See all twists at Twists.
- Auction - A physical challenge is replaced by an auction, in which players can buy Rewards, Punishments, Immunity, and other luxury items.
- Outcasts Twist - Previously eliminated contestants return at the halfway point in the game to compete for a chance to get back in the competiton.
The season began with 10 new competitors, and in a one-by-one contestant introduction, first impressions were formed. Craig Crankston attempted to showmance Misery, while Iggy Koopa farts on Craig, claiming that actions speak louder than words. The cast then begins the game with conflict, arguing over the map that will lead the competitors to their new homes. It is mainly Iggy and Moulin, however, who create a rivarly. The cast effortlessly gets rid of Hello Bye, Misery, Craig, and Moulin with majority votes led by Tammy, Frank Johnson, and Iggy, who appear to have become a tight group.
Eventually, six competitors reach the jury phase of the game, where it is revealed that a previously eliminated player will return through the Outcasts Twist. Said player turns out to be Misery, who wins the challenge against Moulin and Hello Bye. Misery's return to the game flips the game on its head, putting the alliance of Tammy, Frank, and Iggy on the bottom. It is revealed that the charge to eliminate Tammy was lead by NeNe Leakes, who had suspicions of Tammy's former majority alliance. Even after being eliminated, Tammy claims she never had an alliance. With his ally gone, Iggy continues to torture the cast with his pyromaniac habits and magical abilities. Having already destoryed the contestant's living quarters and cursing the land with bad weather, the host and cast are forced to hold the next challenge, an auction, indoors. The bad weather eventually leads to the evacuation of Frank, who is badly injured by a tornado moments after the elimination of Iggy. Frank and Iggy gone, the power alliance has fallen.
With only four contestants and two challenges remaining, Misery is able to take control of the final leg of the game by winning both immunities. Outcast Pornulu is sent home, followed by Khai Shing, who had played a mysterious yet stable game. In the end, NeNe is voted by the jury to be the winner, giving the runner-up position to Misery, who had become nearly untouchable after returning from the Outcasts Twist.
|Contestant||Jury Phase||Outcasts||Rewards||Punishments||Finish||Votes Against|
|Outcasts||0||1||Voted Out Episode 1|
|1||0||Voted Out Episode 2|
|Outcasts||0||0||Voted Out Episode 4|
|Yukon Jury||2||0||Voted Out Episode 5|
|0||1||Voted Out Episode 6|
|3||0||Evacuated Episode 6|
|0||0||Voted Out Episode 7|
|0||0||Voted Out Episode 8|