'The Traitors': Larsa Pippen, Maks Chmerkovskiy among Season 2 cast

Maks Chmerkovskiy will compete in "The Traitors" Season 2. File Photo by Phil McCarten/UPI
1 of 4 | Maks Chmerkovskiy will compete in "The Traitors" Season 2. File Photo by Phil McCarten/UPI

Sept. 21 (UPI) -- Peacock has announced the cast for The Traitors Season 2.

The streaming service unveiled 21 new contestants, including Real Housewives of Miami star Larsa Pippen and Dancing with the Stars pro Maks Chmerkovskiy, in a press release Thursday.


The Traitors is a reality competition series featuring "reality stars and famous faces" from franchises such as Love Island, The Challenge, Big Brother, RuPaul's Drag Race and The Real Housewives.

Alan Cumming and his dog Lala host the show, which takes place at a remote castle in the Scottish Highlands.

The Traitors follows the contestants as they take on a series of challenges with the goal of earning a cash prize of up to $250,000. Three of the participants are secretly "traitors" and plan to steal the prize from the others.

Season 2 will feature:

Carsten "Bergie" Bergersen (Love Island USA)

Chris "C.T." Tamburello (The Challenge)

Dan Gheesling (Big Brother)


Deontay Wilder (Boxer)

Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu (Love Island UK)

Janelle Pierzina (Big Brother)

Johnny "Bananas" Devenanzio (The Challenge)

John Bercow (UK Parliament)

Kevin Kreider (Bling Empire)

Larsa Pippen (The Real Housewives of Miami)

Marcus Jordan (Basketball Player)

Maksim Chmerkovskiy (Dancing with the Stars)

Mercedes "MJ" Javid (Shahs of Sunset)

Parvati Shallow (Survivor)

Peppermint (RuPaul's Drag Race)

Peter Weber (The Bachelor)

Phaedra Parks (Married to Medicine)

Sandra Diaz-Twine (Survivor)

Shereé Whitfield (The Real Housewives of Atlanta)

Tamra Judge (The Real Housewives of Orange County)

Trishelle Cannatella (The Real World: Las Vegas)

The Traitors Season 2 will premiere on Peacock in early 2024.

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Courtney Act arrives at the G'Day USA Los Angeles Black Tie Gala in Los Angeles, on January 11, 2014. Courtney, a singer who appeared in the first season of "Australian Idol" in 2003, was a runner-up on Season 6 of "RuPaul's Drag Race." Photo by Christine Chew/UPI | License Photo

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