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SAS Australia Hell Week: Channel Seven Announces New Show Featuring “Everyday Aussies”


Channel Seven releases explosive new trailer for SAS Australia spin-off ‘Hell Week’ – which will see ‘everyday Australians’ attempt to make it through










Channel Seven has released an explosive new trailer for an all-new SAS Australia spin-off titled “Hell Week.”

Following the success of the celebrity version of the military-style challenge show, Ant Middleton and his Management Team (DS) return for a new special season on Monday, October 18 – but this time with “everyday Aussies.” ” at the bar.

While little is known about the upcoming series, the network’s dramatic new trailer shows a gang of unknown competitors pushing themselves to their limits in a series of grueling challenges.

Coming soon: Channel Seven has released an explosive new trailer for an all-new SAS Australia spin-off, titled “Hell Week”

“Being a stay-at-home mom has never been enough for me. What else is there, what else should I do? A woman is heard to say, as the competitors drive to their camp by bus.

But in classic SAS Australia style, the gang doesn’t sit comfortably for long – as a helicopter approaches the bus down to the second.

“There is a helicopter! One of the contestants yells, before four men – believed to be the DS – are seen descending ropes to hijack the vehicle.

Four more vehicles are then seen heading for the coach, as shocked competitors wait for instructions inside.

Following the success of the celebrity version of the military-style challenge show, Ant Middleton and his Management Team (DS) return for another special season - but this time, with

Following the success of the celebrity version of the military-style challenge show, Ant Middleton and his Management Team (DS) return for another special season – but this time, with ‘everyday Australians’ at the helm.

Dramatic: In the trailer, the bus the competitors are traveling on is quickly hijacked

Dramatic: In the trailer, the bus the competitors are traveling on is quickly hijacked

Ant Middleton’s voice is heard: “Ordinary people are about to see their lives turned upside down.

“Everyday Australians – are you ready to go to hell and come back? “

The camera then illuminates the competitors jumping into the water, breathlessly carrying their kit on a walk and climbing the ladder of a moving helicopter.

Ant then asks: “Who will become extraordinary?” before alerting viewers that SAS Australia Hell Week is “coming soon” on Channel Seven.

Ant and his team have certainly been busy this year, as they only recently started filming the new SAS Australia series.

Exciting: When the helicopter arrives, four more vehicles are then seen parking up to the coach

Exciting: When the helicopter arrives, four more vehicles are then seen parking up to the coach

The ultimate test: Ant Middleton's voice is heard: “Ordinary people are about to have their lives turned upside down.  Pictured: one of the candidates

The ultimate test: Ant Middleton’s voice is heard: “Ordinary people are about to have their lives turned upside down. Pictured: one of the candidates

Exciting: The camera then lights up competitors jumping into the water, carrying their breathless kit on a walk and climbing the ladder of a moving helicopter

Exciting: The camera then lights up the competitors who jump into the water, carry their breathless kit on a walk, and climb the ladder of a moving helicopter

SAS Australia: discover the 2022 cast

Anna Heinrich, 34 – Single star

Barry Hall, 44 – AFL star

Darius Boyd, 34 – Retired NRL Star

Ebanie Bridges, 35 – Boxing champion

Ellia Green, 28 – rugby player

Geoff Huegill, 42 – Olympic swimmer

Locky Gilbert, 32 – Single and Survivor Star

Melissa Tkautz, 47 – Singer and actor

Melissa Wu, 29 – Olympic diver

Michael Zerafa, 29 – Professional boxer

Millie Boyle, 23 – NRLW player

Orpheus Pledger, 28 – Former Home and Away actor

Paul Fenech, 51 years old – Actor

Riana Crehan, 34 – Motorsport Presenter

Richard Buttrose, 49 – Convicted drug dealer

Simone Holtznagel, 28 – Model

Wayne Carey, 50 – AFL commentator

The full 2022 season lineup was released earlier this month and will include retired NRL star Darius Boyd, model Simone Holtznagel, and Bachelor stars Anna Heinrich and Locky Gilbert.

They will appear alongside former Olympic swimmer Geoff Huegill, Olympic diver Melissa Wu, AFL star Barry Hall, Melissa Tkautz of Real Housewives of Sydney and convicted cocaine trafficker Richard Buttrose.

Boxers Ebanie Bridges and Michael Zerafa as well as comedian Paul Fenech, rugby star Ellia Green, NRLW player Millie Boyle, motorsports presenter Riana Crehan and AFL commentator Wayne Carey are also expected to take part in the event. ’emission.

Orpheus Pledger, who was arrested for suspected possession of methamphetamine in February, will also feature in the program.

SAS Australia: Hell Week launches Monday October 18 on Channel Seven

Meet your 2022 cast!  The full 2022 season lineup was released earlier this month and will include retired NRL star Darius Boyd, model Simone Holtznagel as well as Bachelor stars Anna Heinrich and Locky Gilbert.

Meet your 2022 cast! The full 2022 season lineup was released earlier this month and will include retired NRL star Darius Boyd, model Simone Holtznagel as well as Bachelor stars Anna Heinrich and Locky Gilbert.


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