The Traitor is expected to come to a thrilling conclusion on Thursday, when the remaining five players compete for the coveted prize.
And in an early clip, Hannah can be seen nervously swearing that the Traitor can’t walk away with the money, currently £81,050, as the group make their way through altitude and high water in the final ordeal. their.
It comes after loyal Maddy Smedley was removed from the castle in Wednesday’s episode, leaving Hannah Byczkowski, Aaron Evans and Meryl William to battle against secret traitors Wilf Webster and Keiran Tompsett
Arouse! The Traitor will come to a thrilling end on Thursday, as the remaining five players compete for a coveted prize.
In the clip, the euphoria surrounding breakfast is warmed up once, as the group raises a toast to the end of the day.
However, the atmosphere remained tense, as the finalists were all money-minded, especially when they revealed that they could put even more money into the prize pool.
Hannah said nervously: ‘I can’t let a Traitor take all this money.’
Coming soon: In the first clip, Hannah can be seen nervously swearing that the Traitor can’t walk away with the prize now costing £81,050
We’ve done it! In the clip, the high spirits surrounding the once-hot breakfast, as the group toasts the day has finally arrived.
Even more? However, the atmosphere remains tense as the finalists are all thinking about the money, especially as they reveal that they can add more to the prize pool.
Dramatic! After an intense helicopter ride, the group conquers high altitudes and high water in the final challenge
After an intense helicopter ride, the group overcomes altitude and high water in the final challenge.
Viewers will have to wait and see if one Loyalist succeeds in catching the other two Traitors and who wins the bounty.
The show saw contestants sign up before a handful of players were secretly chosen by Claudia Winkman as Traitors. The remaining players are known as ‘The Loyalist’ and none of the Loyalists know who the Traitor is.
The player is then eliminated when the Secret Traitors meet and decide to ‘kill’ one of the Loyalists. The next morning, when the group met for breakfast, the ‘murdered’ killer did not appear.
Who will it be? Viewers will have to wait and see if one Loyalist succeeds in catching the other two Traitors and who wins the bounty.
The end is near: It comes after the faithful Maddy was removed from the castle in Wednesday’s episode, leaving Hannah, Aaron and Meryl to battle against secret traitors Wilf and Kieran
At the end of the day, all players must then meet at the ‘Round Table’ and ‘deport’ the player they suspect to be the Traitor.
Of the original 22 contestants, only five are left to vie for the prize money, after Faithful Maddy Smedley was banished from the castle in the penultimate episode.
Two Traitors remain – Wilf Webster and Keiran Tompsett – who must convince the Believers that they are innocent and one of them.
And after playing a very clever and often despicable game – the game that saw him conspiring against traitor Amanda Lovett, which resulted in her shocking expulsion – Wilf is determined to get through. take the lead.
While the three Loyalists remain – Hannah Byczkowski, Aaron Evans and Meryl Williams – with the trio having to work hard as a team to identify the killers.
Speaking of his shock at reaching the final uncharted, Will said: ‘It’s so bizarre, I didn’t think I’d get this far at one point. With all the fingers pointing at me, I never thought I could get this far’
However, he admits taking on the role was not easy and that ‘stabbing the back’ of his new friends was a ‘struggle’.
‘I really didn’t think it was that difficult to kill or observe others. deported knowing that you are the one who should be deported’.
While Hannah, who has never questioned her best friend Wilf’s loyalty, revealed that she ‘didn’t know’ how she made it to the final and was confident she would last ‘about five years’ minute’.
‘I think you spend a lot of time second guessing and game planning, trying to put together a game plan and then it’s all gone and you’re happy to be there on a other day!’
Loyal Aaron noticed other players’ fingers repeatedly pointing at him and was accused daily of being a traitor.
When asked if he thought he would make it to the final, he exclaimed: ‘No way! Are you joking?’
‘No, I don’t think I’ll make it to the final five. I think I’ll be out after the third day and that’s before I know what’s going to happen on the third’.
Mysterious: The show saw contestants sign up before a handful of players were secretly chosen as Traitors. The remaining players are called ‘The Faithful’
Truth and Lies: Two Traitors remain – Wilf Webster and Kieran Tompsett – and after playing a game of cleverness and despicableness, Wilf (pictured at right) is determined to come out on top
Meryl – who was also falsely accused of being a traitor – said reaching the final was a real ‘pinch me’ moment.
‘I never expected it in a million years. When I first got on the show, I just wanted to try to pass. I keep thinking one more day, one more day. I certainly never thought I would get this far. It feels surreal’.
Meanwhile, Kieran finds himself significantly warmed up from the show in episode one alongside Amos, before returning as a loyalist before joining the ranks of traitors alongside Wilf.
Recalling the early exit, he said: ‘And I was prepared to pass left, right and center for it!’
‘It was the most brutal twist on a game show ever and it made the atmosphere of the show perfect – it got everyone hooked from the very first episode. But at the end of it it’s hard’.
Traitor ends on Thursday at 9pm on BBC One. Update now on BBC iPlayer.
In charge: Serious star Claudia Winkman is the host of the series – which was filmed in the Scottish highlands – and presides over missions and highly intense Round Table sessions
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