“Survivor” is separating its castaways based on their best attributes this time around. Season 35 of the CBS competition series, titled “Heroes vs Healers vs Hustlers,” will feature 18 castaways divided into three groups of six.

Who will outplay, outwit and outlast their competitors? Only one sole survivor will win the fall 2017 installment and walk away from the final tribal council with $1 million. Before Season 35 premieres on CBS on Wednesday night, get to know the new group of castaways who will be joined by host Jeff Probst in Fiji.

Heroes Tribe

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Levu Hero tribe members (Ben Driebergen, Chrissy Hofbeck, Alan Ball, Ashley Nolan, John "JP" Hilsabeck, Katrina Radke) will be 6 of the 18 castaways​. CBS

The five castaways that make up the Heroes Levu tribe are best known for “their courage, their achievements and ideals for which they stand,” according to Jeff Probst.

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Alan Ball from “Survivor” Season 35. CBS

Alan Ball is a 31-year-old NFL player from Houston, Texas, via Detroit, Michigan.

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Ben Driebergen is part of the Heroes tribe. CBS

Ben Driebergen is a 34-year-old Marine from Boise, Idaho.

“Serving my country is in our family blood. To be a Marine, its honor, courage and commitment. Your job is to serve the country and protect the country,” Ben has said. “You’re not looking for praise for what you’ve done. You’re just doing your job.”

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John “JP” Hilsabeck is from “Survivor” Season 35. CBS

John “JP” Hilsabeck, 28, hails from Los Angeles where he works as a firefighter.

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“Survivor” will see Chrissy Hofbeck play in Season 35. CBS

Chrissy Hofbeck, 46, from Glen Gardner, New Jersey, is a financial analyst.

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“Survivor” star Ashley Nolan will play in the heroes tribe. CBS

Ashley Nolan, 26, who calls Satellite Beach, Florida, her hometown, is a lifeguard when she is not on reality TV.

“When you run in the water to save someone’s life your adrenaline’s going, your heart’s pumping, but out here it’s either sink, swim or get out of the ocean. For the first time in my life I gotta let people sink and I’m not gonna take any mercy.”

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Katrina Radke from “Survivor” Season 35. CBS

Katrina Radke, 46, is an Olympian from Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Healers Tribe

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Soko Healers tribe members (Joe Mena, Cole Medders, Mike Zahalsky, Jessica Johnston, Desiree Williams, Roark Luskin) will be 6 of the 18 castaways. CBS

Those in the Healers tribe, also known as Soko, “receive gratitude for their acts of service and helping people heal their emotional and physical pain,” according to Probst.

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“Survivor” Season 35 cast member Mike Zahalsky. CBS

Mike Zahalsky, 43, hails from Parkland, Florida, where he works as a Urologist.

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Desiree “Desi” Williams is from the Season 35 cast. CBS

Desiree “Desi” Williams is a 27-year-old physical therapist. Her hometown is Peachtree, Georgia.

“Physical therapy is very giving and its about other people. This is a very selfish game so its time to be selfish,” Desiree says in the season trailer. “Any opportunity for me to show someone that I’m tougher than you, I’m stronger than you, I’m smarter than you, I’m all for it.”

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“Survivor” star Jessica Johnston from Season 35. CBS

Jessica Johnston, 29, is a nurse practitioner from Louisville, Kentucky.

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“Survivor” star Joe Mena. CBS

Joe Mena, 34, is a probation officer in Bronx, New York, but his hometown is Tolland, Connecticut.

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Roark Luskin will player in the Healers tribe. CBS

Roark Luskin is a 27-year-old social worker from Palo Alto, California.

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“Survivor” star Cole Medders is a wilderness therapy guide. CBS

Cole Medders, 24, is from Little Rock, Arkansas, where he works as a wilderness therapy guide.

Hustler Tribe

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Yawa Hustlers tribe members (Ryan Ulrich, Devon Pinto, Patrick Bolton, Lauren Rimmer, Ali Elliott, Simone Nguyen) will be 6 of the 18 castaways. CBS

“They’re respected for their work ethic. They get it done no matter what. They stop at nothing to achieve their goal,” Probst said of this season’s Husters Yawa tribe.

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Ryan Ulrich stars on Season 35 of “Survivor.” CBS

Ryan Ulrich, 23, is a bellhop from North Arlington, New Jersey, who constantly dreams about the game of “Survivor.”

“I’m 125 pounds soaking wet,” Ryan has said. “I’m more athletic than I look and I go to sleep thinking about ‘Survivor’ and now, I’m ready."

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Patrick Bolton is a hustler on this season of “Survivor.” CBS

Patrick Bolton, 24, from Lanett, Alabama, classifies himself as a small business owner.

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Alexandrea “Ali” Elliott will play on this season of the CBS show. CBS

Alexandrea “Ali” Elliott, 24, calls Los Angeles her hometown. There, she works as a celebrity personal assistant.

“I do anything and everything and there’s a lot of stuff in ‘Survivor’ that you have to do that you normally don’t want to be doing but you’ve got to get it done. I’m used to doing the job that nobody else wants to do.”

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Simone Nguyen is in the Hustler tribe this season. CBS

Simone Nguyen is a 25-year-old diversity advocate from Worcester, Massachusetts.

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Devon Pinto will be a member of the Hustlers tribe this season. CBS

Devon Pinto, 23, is from Carlsbad, California, where he works as a surf instructor.

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“Survivor: Heroes vs. Healers vs. Hustlers” star Lauren Rimmer. CBS

Lauren Rimmer, 35, calls Beaufort, North Carolina, her hometown. She works as a fisherman.

Who will be the lone survivor in Season 35? Share your predictions in the comments section below. “Survivor: Heroes vs Healers vs Hustlers” premieres Wednesday at 8 p.m. EDT on CBS.