Total Drama Wiki

Total Drama: Revenge of the Island

583pages on
this wiki
Total Drama: Revenge of the Island
Season 4
Total Drama Revenge of the Island
Country of origin Canada
Genre Animation
Reality television
Television channel(s) Teletoon
Cartoon Network
Episode count 13
Teletoon premiere January 5, 2012
Cartoon Network premiere June 5, 2012
Created by Tom McGillis
Jennifer Pertsch
Developed by Fresh TV Inc.
Directed by Chad Hicks
Keith Oliver
Preceded by Total Drama World Tour
Succeeded by Total Drama All-Stars

Total Drama: Revenge of the Island (originally titled Total Drama Reloaded) is the fourth season of Total Drama.


During Total Drama World Tour, Chris rented out Camp Wawanakwa to a toxic waste disposal company, which used it as their main dump. By the time Chris bought it back for the new season, it was filled with bio-hazardous toxic waste, affecting the island and its inhabitants; making it more dangerous for a new generation. The cast of thirteen is divided into two teams and must compete in many deadly, disgusting, and humiliating challenges. One by one, they are eliminated in a manner similar to the original season, but with a twist; when the bottom two is reached, the person whose name is called last is the one who is eliminated, and thus receives the last marshmallow, which is toxic. After the camper is eliminated, they are catapulted off the island in the Hurl of Shame. The last contestant standing is crowned the winner and receives the $1,000,000, as the host is arrested at the end of the season.


Twelve new character designs were posted by former director Todd Kauffman on his blog.

It was confirmed through cleverly hidden hints that these characters were, in fact, part of Total Drama: Revenge of the Island, because of a crossword puzzle posted on Thornton's blog that included the season name, Chris' name, Chef's name, and twelve of the thirteen new contestants' names:

These characters' participation was finally confirmed in Christian Potenza's video, when at the very first recording session for season four, a new voice actor showed the camera a long, black and white sheet with twelve of these characters on it. The black bars over their eyes were gone, but it was still hard to see them. In addition, previously unknown twelfth and thirteenth characters was also seen alongside them. The first character, from a first hand glance, resembles the intern from Total Drama Island and Total Drama Action, who is DJ's original design, and his name was confirmed to be "B" in March 2011. The second character was Dawn. 

An interview with Chad Hicks and Keith Oliver revealed that some of the original twenty-two campers would be making brief cameo appearances throughout the season.


The process of elimination in this season is somewhat similar to the one in Total Drama Island. However, while the elimination is still around the Campfire and the symbols of safety are still marshmallows, there is a twist: When the bottom two is reached, the person whose name is called next is the one who is "eliminated," not safe. Subsequently, that person must catch the final marshmallow; the Marshmallow of Toxic Loserdom, which is toxic. Afterwards, they are seated in a massive catapult on the Dock called the Hurl of Shame and are launched out of the competition.

Participant Team Status Placing
Staci Toxic Rats 1st Voted out
in Bigger! Badder! Brutal-er!
13th Place Non-Merged
Dakota Toxic Rats Returns in A Mine Is a Terrible Thing to Waste
2nd Voted out in Truth or Laser Shark
B Toxic Rats 3rd Voted out
in Ice Ice Baby
12th Place
Dawn Toxic Rats 4th Voted out
in Backstabbers Ahoy!
11th Place
Sam Toxic Rats 5th Voted out
in Runaway Model
10th Place
Brick Toxic Rats 6th Voted out
in A Mine Is a Terrible Thing to Waste
9th Place
Anne Maria Mutant Maggots 7th Quit
in A Mine Is a Terrible Thing to Waste
8th Place
Dakota Mutant Maggots 8th Eliminated
in The Treasure Island of Dr. McLean
7th Place
Mike Mutant Maggots 9th Eliminated
in Grand Chef Auto
6th Place Merged
Jo Toxic Rats 10th Voted out
in Up, Up And Away In My Pitiful Balloon
5th Place
Scott Mutant Maggots 11th Voted out
in Eat, Puke and Be Wary
4th Place
Zoey Mutant Maggots 12th Eliminated
in The Enchanted Franken-Forest
3rd Place
Lightning Toxic Rats Winner in Brain vs. Brawn: The Ultimate Showdown
Runner-up in Cameron's ending
Cameron Mutant Maggots Winner in Brain vs. Brawn: The Ultimate Showdown
Runner-up in Lightning's ending


Thirteen teenage contestants, plus the host, Chris, and Chef Hatchet, the camp's cook and the co-host of the show.

Voice Actor Role Episode count
Clé Bennett Chef Hatchet 13/13 episodes
Christian Potenza Chris 13/13 episodes
Kevin Duhaney Cameron 13/13 episodes
Tyrone Savage Lightning 13/13 episodes
Barbara Mamabolo Zoey 13/13 episodes
James Wallis Scott 12/13 episodes
Laurie Elliott Jo 11/13 episodes
Cory Doran Mike 10/13 episodes
Carleigh Beverly Dakota 9/13 episodes
Athena Karkanis Anne Maria 8/13 episodes
Jon Cor Brick 8/13 episodes
Brian Froud Sam 8/13 episodes
Caitlynne Medrek Dawn 6/13 episodes
None B 4/13 episodes
Ashley Peters Staci 2/13 episodes


There is a total of thirteen episodes of Total Drama: Revenge of the Island, exactly half of the usual twenty-six. Like the third season, there is no special.



The existence of the fourth season was confirmed on the Total Drama Production Blog on January 18, 2010. The title was left unknown until it was confirmed by Christian Potenza in a YouTube video that was originally called "Total Drama Reloaded." Keith Oliver and Chad Hicks directed this season just as they did the third season, Total Drama World Tour, only without the assistance of Jennifer Pertsch and Tom McGillis. It is taking place in Camp Wawanakwa as the first season did, but the site is now a biohazardous toxic waste dump, altering the environment greatly.


Total Drama: Revenge of the Island has been released onto Netflix. This season has unedited dialog and full screen, 16:9 aspect ratio. It also includes all the episodes of the season.


Although this is the first season of the series to not feature a single one of the veteran contestants competing, all of them (excluding Blaineley) appeared in the very beginning of Bigger! Badder! Brutal-er! before Chris introduced the new cast. After this moment, a handful of the original characters were seen once more throughout the season in separate cameo appearances. Some are brief appearances with little to no impact on the show, while others are much more significant and often have the challenge revolve around them (often without the consent of the contestant that appears).

Below is a list of all the original characters who had a cameo appearance and which episodes they appeared in:


  • This is the first season of Total Drama to not feature any of the original twenty-two contestants competing.
  • This season features the smallest cast of any season to date, with only thirteen contestants.
  • This is the first of three seasons to feature an episode count of thirteen, with the second being Total Drama All-Stars and the third being Total Drama: Pahkitew Island.
  • This is currently the only season to feature a final two of the same gender, as both are males.
  • This is the first season to include an immunity idol, which is similar to the immunity idols featured in Survivor.
  • Although there are non-elimination episodes, this is the first, and currently only, season to not have any reward challenges.
  • This is the first season where no two contestants have the same voice actor (although one contestant shares his voice actor with a contestant from the previous seasons).
  • This is the first season where the entire cast has audition tapes.
  • This is the first season in which a male contestant is the first person to use the confessional.
  • This is the first season in which a female is the first contestant eliminated from the season (not including Bridgette being eliminated in a double elimination with Geoff in Total Drama Action).
  • This is the first season in which an elimination is scheduled in every episode.
  • This is the first season in which both teams' lowest-ranking members are females.
  • This is the first season in which one of the rewards for winning a challenge is getting to choose who is eliminated next, as Scott won this in Grand Chef Auto and Lightning won this in The Enchanted Franken-Forest.
  • This is the first season in which the final four consists of three finalists who are of one gender, and one finalist of the other gender. In this case, three males and one female.
  • This season shares many notable similarities with Total Drama Island:
    • Both take place entirely at Camp Wawanakwa.
    • Both feature the elimination area happening at the Bonfire pit, with marshmallows being the symbols of safety.
    • Both feature similar opening sequences.
    • Both feature a red team and a green team that are named after animals. The only difference is first season's animal were normal, but season four's animals were mutated.
    • Both feature the exact same confessional.
    • Both do not feature aftermath episodes.
    • Both season's final fours were made up of one member of one team, while the other three are all from the other team.
      • Although Scott was originally a member of the Toxic Rats, he switched teams at the end of Runaway Model.
      • In both cases, the "superior" team of the season had the three members, while the weaker team had only one.
    • Counting Owen's ending of The Very Last Episode, Really!, both seasons are the only two in which the highest-ranking members of both teams were males.
  • This is the second season in a row where the first two contestants eliminated are of the same gender. The first being Total Drama World Tour.
  • This is the second season so far where the number of days is not confirmed. The first being Total Drama World Tour.
  • This is the second season in a row in which the winner in the United States is not the same as in Canada. The first being Total Drama World Tour.
  • This is the second season to air in January on Teletoon, the first being Total Drama Action.
  • This is the second season in which the winner manages to keep their money, the first being Total Drama Action.
  • This is the second season to feature an odd number of contestants competing, with thirteen, the first being Total Drama Action, with fifteen.
  • This is the second season to not contain any two-part episodes, the first being Total Drama Action.
  • Truth or Laser Shark and Ice Ice Baby are the only episodes in which none of the original contestants made a cameo appearance.
  • This season features the least amount of non-elimination episodes of any season in the series, with only one.
  • This season features more team swaps than any other season in the series, as they were following below:
  • Eva, Noah, Justin, Katie, Tyler, Cody, Beth, Sadie, Courtney, Harold, Trent, Geoff, Leshawna, Sierra, Blaineley, and Alejandro are the only original contestants to not make cameo appearances (except their appearance in the first episode of the season).
    • Out of these, Courtney, Harold, and Leshawna are the only contestants who participate all three seasons to not make an additional appearance.
      • Interestingly, Harold, Leshawna, and Tyler were initially stated to make appearances, but the ideas were scrapped before the final release.
    • None of the newcomers who were introduced in Total Drama World Tour made additional cameo appearances in this season.
  • It is revealed in The Enchanted Franken-Forest that three years have passed since the first season ended.
  • This is the second season without a special. The first was Total Drama World Tour.
  • This is the first season to air in the U.S. at 16:9 widescreen aspect ratio instead of 4:3 aspect ratio, like the three previous seasons.
  • This is the only season where a contestant is removed entirely before the final version, with this case being a character called "Molly". 
  • This is the first season where the superior team is the red team, unlike Total Drama Island and Total Drama Action.
  • This is the first season to not include any swearing from the contestants.
  • This is the first season where no couples are separated by team.
  • This is the only season where there are never more female contestants left in the game than male contestants.
  • This is the only season where a female contestant never won a challenge during the merge.
  • This is the first season to not dedicate at least one episode to eliminated contestants, such as Haute Camp-ture did in Total Drama Island and the Aftermath show did the previous two seasons.


Total Drama seasons
Total Drama Island | Total Drama Action | Total Drama World Tour | Total Drama: Revenge of the Island | Total Drama All-Stars | Total Drama: Pahkitew Island

Around Wikia's network

Random Wiki