The inaugural season of Hunted Australia has concluded and fans are already clambering to find out how they can apply to be a fugitive on the show in 2023.
But after watching the fugitives and hunters make some hella questionable moves throughout the nine episodes, countless viewers want their own shot at winning a share of the $100,000 prize money next year.
The general public can apply to be fugitives on the show, giving up their phones and trying to disappear without a trace while being hunted by a highly-skilled intelligence and surveillance team for 21-days.
So, do you think you could hack it?
Applications for season two were officially announced during the series finale, so you can now check out this year’s casting call to find out if you have what it takes.
However, don’t stress if you don’t have a wingman/woman to apply alongside.
Hunted Australia 2023 is also accepting registrations from solo applicants, too.
Did Hunted Australia Get a Stellar Ratings for Network Ten in 2022?
We had no doubt the hit show will return in 2023, after stellar ratings during the show’s first week.
Channel Ten saw 1.02 million viewers nationally tune into Hunted Australia on July 18. It premiered on July 17 with 884,000 national viewers, a huge lead compared to Beauty and the Geek’s same-time ratings of 587,000 national viewers.
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