New ‘unhinged’ reality TV show is back on our screens tomorrow night
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BBC's newest primetime show The Traitors is back on our screens tomorrow night (15 December), as the new reality TV hit continues to grasp viewers.
The show has interested many Brits, especially those who are not interested in the football and the World Cup and need something to watch come the evening.
The Traitors is hosted by Strictly Come Dancing's Claudia Winkleman, where originally 22 contestants battled it out for a mega-money prize.
Winkleman's reality TV show is the ultimate game of trust and treachery, which is made even more entertaining as all contestants are complete strangers.
Many fans of the show have taken to social media to discuss it, with one describing its eventful, backstabbing ways as pure 'British culture' - which we feel is a bit harsh on most Brits!
Journalist Louis Staples wrote on Twitter: "nothing is more British culture than The Traitors, where a contestant said she would spend the prize money on a new hand after she lost her’s in a car accident, and the group responded by… voting her out first."
A second person on Twitter added: "#TheTraitors IS SO GOOD 😭😭😭 Like are you kidding me, all the scheming, the lies and the accusations. It makes for amazing tv, the British have done it again omgg 😭"
Meanwhile, a third said, "the traitors on bbc is so unhinged i love it why is everyone crying every 2 seconds" - accompanying that with the famous Gavin and Stacey quote 'it's all the drama, Mick. I just love it!
As the Qatar 2022 World Cup has been primetime viewing for both BBC and ITV over the last few weeks, some non-football fans were enjoying something a bit different.
And there was also a special mention for host Claudi Winkleman by one fan on Twitter.
Journalist Sam Ramsden said: "This is my world cup #TheTraitors."
And the second fan added: "sorry but @ClaudiaWinkle deserves an OBE for not audibly screaming at this moment #TheTraitors."
After an episode last night (13 December), the next episode of The Traitors airs on BBC One tomorrow night (15 December) at 9pm.
Episode 9 follows on Friday (December 16) at the same time, with three more episodes to air next week.
Episode 10 is on the BBC on 20 December, episode 11 on 21 December, and episode 12 on 22 December.
Fans of the new show will hope that the excitement and chaos will continue.
Topics: BBC, TV And Film