Why won’t they do “Survivor: The Arctic”?!?!

‘Survivor 8’ contestant search launched
Looking to capitalize on the finale of ‘Survivor: The Amazon’ this Sunday, CBS has announced they are accepting applications for ‘Survivor 8’ on their official Web site.
Those willing to eat live bugs, backstab the friends they make and allow themselves to be filmed almost 24-hours-a-day, have until July 9th at 5:00 p.m. PST to send in the written application and a three-minute audition video.
Much to chagrin of many enthusiastic Canadians chomping at the bit to be part of the reality show, the rules again clearly state that only U.S. citizens who live in America can apply.
Prospective contestants must be at least 21-years-old and willing to travel at their own expense to attend semi-final interviews in August. L.A. is where the final selection process will be held in September. The producers are picking up the tab for “pre-approved economy travel” and the lodgings. Filming of ‘Survivor 8′ will take place between mid-October to mid-December 2003. “Survivor 8’ is set to air in early 2004.
Rumours persist that the producers are toying with the idea of an ‘All-Star Survivor’ featuring tribes made up of contestants from the previous editions of the series. Following the producers’ yearly shooting schedule, ‘Survivor 7’ should be on location throughout the summer and airing in September.
The two hour finale of ‘Survivor: The Amazon’ airs this Sunday at 8:00 p.m. EDT on CBS. Players Matthew Von Ertfelda, Rob Cesternino, Jenna Morasca and Butch Lockley make up the Final Four. The finale will be followed by an hour-long reunion show hosted by Jeff Probst.