You have to see “The traitors”

You have to see “The traitors”

Hello reality TV fans! Hello couch potatoes! Hello strategy players! I’ve arrived (as an undercover courier in the night) to deliver your new favorite reality TV sensation: the traitors!

the traitorswhich is based on a Dutch show, it’s basically a big Mafia game (also known as Werewolf and similar to Among us) that puts 20 contestants in a Scottish castle and has them fight for $250,000.

First, let’s talk about the cast. Twenty people. Ten are reality stars. Ten are normies which honestly are mostly useless but don’t matter. However, let me introduce our famous players.

First of all, we have two Survivor alumni, starting with the great Cirie Fields.

The other Survivor the student is Stephenie LaGrossa Kendrick.

Move to SurvivorCBS Sister Show, Older brotherwe have Cody Calafiore.

there is no higher Older brother royalty, however, than Rachel Reilly.

while we are talking about Older brotherwe could also talk about Brandi Glanville, a reality TV legend who appeared on celebrity big brother 1.

Other Celebrity Big Brother the student is Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte.

Turning to the world of Bravolebrities, we have Kyle Cooke from Summer house.

there is also one Single nation’s star: Arie Luyendyk Jr.

And last but not least, we have QUEEN HERSELF Kate Chastain from below deck.

Like I said, there are 10 other contestants, but they don’t matter. Someone who does matter though is Alan Cumming who is an amazing host of the show.

But let’s get back to the game! So, 20 contestants arrive at the castle and are informed by Cumming that some of them will be “Traitors” while the rest will be “Faithful”.

If the Faithful can eliminate all the Traitors at the end of the game, they will split the money. However, if a Traitor can go all the way, he will take home the entire prize and leave the Faithful with nothing.

Each night, the Traitors assemble and select a Faithful to assassinate.

In an always fun moment, contestants arrive at the breakfast room each morning a few at a time, before it is revealed which contestant was murdered and therefore ineligible to eat the continental breakfast.

The surviving contestants are always giddy, and it’s fun to watch the Traitors try to pretend they’re also surprised by who’s alive and who’s not.

Alan then comes over and makes an X on the portrait of the dead person, and informs the remaining players of the “quest” for the day.

The missions, which are the least exciting part of the show, allow cast members to earn money that will go towards the final prize pool.

The missions are a VIBE, though, and include the pealing of spooky church bells…

Spinning on a spooky Ferris wheel…

And on my favorite mission of the season, rolling big barrels across the field for miles.

After the mission, the cast returns to the mansion to strategize who they think the Traitors might be and prepare for the “Round Table”.

Then everyone shows up for the Round Table, which is honestly the best part of every episode. The entire group speculates on who they think the Traitors are before voting to “banish” a Traitor. Once banished, the contestant reveals whether they are a Traitor or a Faithful.

Usually the group votes for a Faithful, which is cathartic for viewers because they are all so self-righteous and usually wrong.

The 10-episode series is a MUST if you love strategy-based reality, and also a MUST if you want to see Alan wear some of the best outfits ever put together.

And this brush/middle part combo.

TL;RD the traitors It’s my obsession with reality shows. I need everyone to see it, and I need there to be a second season with no rules. It is available to stream only on Peacock.

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