A new and intense The Netflix show is on the way and fans are already loving it.
Following the huge success of Squid Games and The Traitors, the streaming service has announced an eight-part psychological reality series titled The Trust: A Game of Greed.
The show – hosted by journalist and former CNN correspondent Brooke Baldwin – is centered around greed and will see 11 strangers given the opportunity to share the $250,000 prize equally among the group or vote for people to keep more money for themselves.
Netflix released the trailer for the series on Friday, with the caption: 'You never know who's telling the truth.
“If you loved Squid Game: The Challenge, TRUST me, this will be your next reality competition obsession.”
Fans are going crazy after the trailer release.
X, formerly known as Twitter user @DebraLane_ wrote: 'The game Squid is fantastic and I'm going to watch The Trust. can not wait.
@nguyensytuyen68 added: 'A game of greed starts on January 10th. excellent.'
@GeraldineWarr3 insisted: 'Oooo, that looks good! Can not wait. #the confidence'
@TheRealEmpryzz wrote: 'Ok #Netflix you caught my eye when January 10th #TheTrust this looks awfully delicious.'
@superpidge's post included: 'Right up my street, can't wait!! #The confidence'
The Trust sounds similar to the BBC One show The Traitors, presented by Claudia Winkleman.
The Traitors follows 22 contestants fighting to win £120,000 in a castle in the Scottish Highlands.
However, there is a twist; three of them are traitors, whose job is to 'assassinate' a player every night without being caught. The other players – known as “Faithful” – have to try to identify them, before they become the next victim.
Netflix also turned the popular show Squid Game – which saw hundreds of cash-strapped contestants risk their lives to compete in games for a tempting prize – into a reality show launched last month.
But the contestants didn't risk their lives and instead competed for a cash prize of $4.56 million.
The Trust: A Game of Greed is set to premiere on Netflix on January 10th.
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