Loyal viewers of "Survivor" already know all the castaways lined up for "Survivor: Cambodia -- Second Chance" because of their appearances during previous seasons. After 30 seasons, however, the faces of some of the 20 returning players may have gotten a little hazy in fans' minds. Here is a refresher about the Season 31 cast members, chosen by the fans, before the premiere Wednesday.
The two tribes for "Survivor: Cambodia -- Second Chance" are listed below:
Joe Anglim, 26 -- Anglim competed in Season 30, "Worlds Apart." The jewelry designer from Arizona made it to the jury from the No Collar tribe after a string of individual immunity wins.
Jeremy Collins, 37 -- Collins competed in Season 29, "San Juan del Sur." The firefighter from Foxboro, Massachusetts, placed 10th after his own alliance turned on him. He had been strategic rivals with Josh Canfield and earlier in the season had a feud with former MLB player John Rocker after the baseball star failed to make good on a promise to protect Collins' wife in the game.
Ciera Eastin, 26 -- Eastin competed in Season 27, "Blood vs. Water." The Oregon native made it to fifth place after voting off her own mother, Laura Morett.
Stephen Fishbach, 36 -- Fishbach competed in Season 18, "Tocantins." The corporate consultant from New York came so close to winning it all, but lost out in the final tribal council to J.T. Thomas by a rare unanimous vote.
Latasha Fox, 38 -- Fox competed in Season 28, "Cagayan." The St. Louis accountant was voted out in week 12 after failing to form a female alliance.
Kimmi Kappenberg, 42 -- Kappenberg competed in Season 2, "The Australian Outback." Kappenberg, a vegetarian, is best-known for an infamous fight with Alicia Calaway over the eating of the live chickens their tribe had in camp.
Kassandra McQuillen, 42 -- McQuillen competed in Season 28, "Cagayan." She came in third place after playing an aggressive game that included flipping on her majority alliance at the time of the merge.
Keith Nale, 54 -- Nale competed in Season 29, "San Juan del Sur." Despite a lackluster social game, the Louisiana firefighter went far thanks to some well-timed challenge wins.
Monica Padilla, 31 -- Padilla competed in Season 19, "Samoa." The San Diego native made it to the jury, but was ultimately voted out by an alliance formed by infamous "Survivor" villain Russell Hantz.
Andrew Savage, 51 -- Savage competed in Season 7, "Pearl Islands." The Chicago attorney was the de facto leader of his tribe, but was quickly voted out after the merge.
Vytas Baskauskas, 35 -- Baskauskas competed in Season 27, "Blood vs. Water." He placed 10th, while his brother, Aras, ultimately won the game.
Spencer Bledsoe, 23 -- Bledsoe competed in Season 28, "Cagayan." The Chicago native came into the merge as a power player in the game, but he soon became a victim of Kass McQuillen's aforementioned betrayal.
Terry Deitz, 55 -- Deitz competed in Season 12, "Panama." The former Navy pilot won 15 challenges, the most challenge wins of any Season 31 castaway.
Abi-Maria Gomes, 35 -- Gomes competed in Season 25, "Philippines." The Los Angeles native made it to week 13 despite a repuation for being unlikable among her fellow castaways.
Yung Woo Hwang, 31 -- Hwang competed in Season 28, "Cagayan." Making good on his self-imposed honor code, Hwang chose to take Tony Vlachos to the final tribal council, a decision that cost him when Vlachos ended up winning.
Peih-Gee Law, 37 -- Law competed in Season 15, "China." The Malibu jewelry maker reached fifth place.
Shirin Oskooi, 32 -- Oskooi competed in Season 30, "Worlds Apart" Her awkward behavior made her an outcast, yet she still managed to reach the jury.
Jeff Varner, 49 -- Varner competed in Season 2, "The Australian Outback." The New York television reporter returns to the show 15 years after placing 10th.
Kelley Wentworth, 28 -- Wentworth competed in Season 29, "San Juan del Sur." Wentworth was voted out after her father, Dale, picked a fight with Missy Payne and Baylor Wilson over the latter pair's rice-eating habits.
Kelly Wiglesworth, 37 -- Wiglesworth competed in Season 1, "Borneo." The North Carolina native is the oldest "Survivor" veteran in the game, not because of her age but because of her having competed in the series' first season.
Who do you think will win? "Survivor: Cambodia -- Second Chance" premieres on CBS Wednesday, Sept. 23, at 8 p.m. EDT.