Get ready for Survivor: Central Park.

The reunion epsiode of Survivor: Marquesas — part of the finale during which the latest $1 million winner will be crowned —  is likely to be telecast live from Central Park, 6,000 miles from the Tahitian island where the reality show was filmed last winter, according to CBS sources. 

The popular reality show, which was taped on the island of Nuku Hiva in the South Pacific, wraps up May 19. 

A New York City Parks Department spokeswoman yesterday referred calls to CBS, which declined to comment. 

In the past, the reunion special begins as soon as the finale ends. 

The last three installments have wrapped up on live TV on sets designed to resemble the show's tribal council area. 

January's Survivor: Africa winner/reunion special was so skillfully done, it was hard to tell that the castaways were on a set in Los Angeles rather than the Kenyan National Park, Shaba Game Reserve, where the show had been filmed months before. 

Also up in the air, is whether Bryant Gumbel will host the Survivor special as he's done in the past. 

Gumbel, a co-host on The Early Show is leaving CBS when his contract is up at the end of May.

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