BBC Is Looking For Yorkshire Folk For ‘The Traitors’ Series Two

BBC Is Looking For Yorkshire Folk For ‘The Traitors’ Series Two

Everyone has been hooked by the BBC show The Traitors – and with a second series announced. BBC The Traitors application is open and you can apply to be a contest on the popular series hosted by legend Claudia Winkleman.

It hit our screens during the BBC World Cup coverage and quickly gained an avid fanbase, which isn’t surprising as we were hooked from start to finish.

The Traitors‘ applications for the second series are being taken and you can apply to be on the popular BBC show and be in for a chance to be one of the 22 strangers playing the ultimate game of detection, backstabbing and trust, in the hope of winning up to £120,000.

BBC The Traitors Application
Credit: BBC

The premise of the show for those that have been hiding under a rock is that there are some Faithfuls and three Traitors chosen by Claudia on the first day of filming.

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The Traitors meet every night to discuss their next ‘murder’. It is the job of the Faithfuls to find out who the Traitors are and vote them off the show in a bid to win the prize money.

How to apply for The Traitors

Produced by the studio behind Gogglebox and Naked Attraction, Studio Lambert is looking for new contestants for next year. To apply you need to be over 18 and able to commit to six weeks of filming in the summer of 2023.

You’ll be asked in the application whether you’d like to be a Traitor or a Faithful.

The Traitors casting call reads: “Throughout the season, there will be twists, turns and surprises for the players. A game of trust and treachery…do you have what it takes to play?”

If you’d like to take part visit the website and apply here.

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