If you’re hoping to have no social life this August, then you’re in luck, because The Traitors Australia is dropping soon and will see us through the last month of winter.
In the lead-up to the popular reality TV show, Network Ten has dropped a new trailer that teases trickery, treachery and treason.
Who’s in The Traitors Australia 2023?
The Traitors is making a huge change for season two. Instead of casting only everyday Australians, they’ve cast a mix of normies, as well as some popular reality stars.
Hannah Ferrier from Below Deck and The Real Love Boat, Luke Toki from Australian Survivor, Gyton Grantley from Underbelly and House Husbands and Ash Pollard from My Kitchen Rules will all be competing on the adventure competition show. They’ll be joined by professional wrestler Simone Williams, motivational speaker and conservationist Paul de Gelder and TV writer Ian Zaro.
Amongst the non-celebrity contestants are a former undercover cop, a lawyer, an actor, an ex-federal agent, a professional wrestler and a clinical psychotherapist.
What is The Traitors about?
The Traitors twenty people relocate to a sprawling castle in the NSW Southern Highlands. Throughout the series, the contestants will undertake a series of missions and earn money for the prize pot. Amongst these contestants is three Traitors who will work like moles to try and eliminate the other contestants and jeopardise the prize money.
In the end, if the ‘faithful’ contestants manage to eliminate all the Traitors, they’ll share the $250,000 prize. However, if a Traitor makes it all the way, they’ll take home the cash themselves.
The Traitors premieres August 13 at 7:30 on Channel 10 and 10Play.