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UK reality hit Hunted casts for Australian version

Have you ever wanted to go on the run from the authorities? UK reality hit Hunted casts for Australian version

UK reality hit Hunted is auditioning for an Australian version. 

According to a report on TV Tonight on Sunday, Endemol Shine Australia is currently casting a local version of the series. 

It is unknown which network it will be broadcast on, but you can apply here to be part of the new show.    

Coming Down Under: UK reality hit Hunted is casting for an Australian version of the show

‘Have you ever wondered what it would be like to go on the run from the authorities? What would you do? Who would you trust?’ the casting notice says.  

‘In a high-tech world where everything you do is tracked and recorded, could you just vanish without a trace?’ 

‘In this heart pounding game of cat & mouse, the goal is simple. Outsmart a team of expert trackers to avoid detection and you could win a HUGE CASH PRIZE,’ the notice concludes. 

Hide and seek: 'Have you ever wondered what it would be like to go on the run from the authorities? What would you do? Who would you trust?' the casting notice says

Hide and seek: ‘Have you ever wondered what it would be like to go on the run from the authorities? What would you do? Who would you trust?’ the casting notice says

The UK format sees contestants go on the run for 25 days as they try to avoid a team of professional hunters.

The hunters are made up of police, intelligence officers and teams in the field. 

The series began airing in the UK in 2015 and has become a huge hit.  

Can they track you? The UK format sees contestants go on the run for 25 days as they try to avoid a team of professional hunters

Can they track you? The UK format sees contestants go on the run for 25 days as they try to avoid a team of professional hunters

In the UK, there have been five civilian versions of the show, and three celebrity outings.  

Hunted has spawned a number of international versions that have aired in the US, Spain, Denmark, Russia and The Netherlands. 

The Australian version will likely air in the New Year.

Success: In the UK, there have been five civilian versions of the show, and three celebrity outings

Success: In the UK, there have been five civilian versions of the show, and three celebrity outings

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