The Traitors fans furious as Claudia Winkleman’s show in huge early shake-up | The Sun

FANS of Claudia Winkleman's new show have been left in a rage after the BBC confirmed a huge shake-up.

The series is just three episodes in, and already the broadcaster is making changes to the way the show is aired.



Claudia's fans were fuming after the BBC confirmed that episodes of the show will no longer air on iPlayer first.

The corporation has said the box-set of episodes will be available in full for one week only.

Each episode will now only be available on the streaming service after transmission on linear TV.

Meanwhile, fans of the Strictly Come Dancing presenter rushed to twitter to declare their outrage at the show's sudden shake-up.

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One fan wrote: "Having binged the Australian version, it definitely works better as a binge watch."

A second viewer noted: "That’s not good 🙁 should of released more this weekend whilst the World Cup is on if the World Cup is not people’s cup of tea."

Another commented: "Feels like a backtrack and with the World Cup messing up schedules on both the BBC and ITV."

Whilst a fourth wrote: "On the other hand, could easily be the most binge worthy series of the year for me!"

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Claudia's new show comes from the hit Dutch reality show format which has been brought to life in Britain by the BBC.

It is a reality game show that involves 22 contestants, and some of them are chosen to be The Traitors.

They include a magician, cheerleading coach, author, pensioner, BMX athlete, actress, spa therapist and property developer, and they all must decide who they can trust.

On arriving at a grand Scottish castle, a small group are secretly selected by the host to be "traitors", after which the remaining "faithfuls" get eliminated by being "murdered" by the traitors.

Meanwhile the traitors can be "banished" if they’re successfully outed as a traitor by a faithful.

The winner of the reality show could earn up to £120K as a cash prize.

The show kicked off at the end of November at 9pm and will continue on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday nights at the same time on BBC One.




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