Reality Stars Are Buried Alive — by Accusations and Lies — in Shady New Peacock Series’ The Traitors’

It’s “a homicide secret to die for.”

Peacock’s most recent reality series, The Tricksters, won’t see double-crossings like ever before as 20 naughty challengers enter an extraordinary new mental contest.

The principal trailer for the series shows the huge cast — which incorporates 10 notable reality stars — seeking a fourth of 1,000,000 bucks.

However, there is a secret hatching as three of the candidates are as a matter of fact “tricksters.”

The tricky people can possibly disrupt the award asset, and even “murder” the guiltless — a.k.a. “the dependable.” A move of this type would eliminate such weak players from the opposition.

What unfurls is a game brimming with trickery and allegations as the contenders attempt to expose the tricksters. “You will require the strength of a liar and the secrecy of a fox,” have Alan Cumming tells the competitors before later adding, “In this game, the individual sitting close to you may endlessly grin … and be a miscreant.”

Superstar candidates incorporate Brandi Glanville (Genuine Housewives of Beverly Slopes), Cody Calafiore (Big Brother), Rachel Reilly (Big Brother), Arie Luyendyk Jr. (The Lone wolf), Cirie Fields (Survivor), Kate Chastain (Underneath Deck), Kyle Cook (Summer House), Reza Farahan (Shahs of Dusk), Ryan Lochte (Olympian) and Stephanie LaGrossa (Survivor.)

The 20 competitors will participate in a progression of outrageous difficulties. One specific test shows graves dove in the ground, with a portion of the challengers being covered alive.

“Also, you thought The Genuine Housewives of Beverly Slopes was awful,” have Cumming jokes, highlighting series alum Glanville.

The Tricksters, which was recorded in the Scottish High countries, is enlivened by the Dutch series of a similar name.

In prodding how the decoration intends to adjust the show for American audiences, a Peacock leader discussed the tension and rush normally incorporated into the plot.

“Studio Lambert has really caught lightning in a jug with our most recent rivalry series The Tricksters,” Corie Henson, EVP Diversion Unscripted Content, NBCUniversal said in an explanation.

“We can hardly trust that Peacock audiences will insight and play along in this awe-inspiring round of control and trickery,” Henson proceeded, “all while the notable Alan Cumming calls the shots of our mind blowing cast to make a definitive ‘whodunit.'” The Swindlers will debut on Peacock in full on Jan. 12.

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