Fans of the hit BBC series The Traitors looking for their next fix of something similar won't have to wait long for a show they'll like.
10 new episodes of The Traitors goodness will hopefully bring audiences all the double crossing drama we loved in the UK version of the show.
Obviously being the American version they've jazzed it up a bit by mixing some celebrities in amongst the normal folks and Alan Cumming is hosting the reality show at an ancient Scottish castle.
The overall premise is pretty similar to the show you're used to, there's a bunch of strangers living in a castle who have to complete a series of challenges together to build up a prize pot, with the US version being $250,000 (about £205K).
However, lurking in their midst are a handful of 'traitors' who each night will be getting to bump off (for pretendsies, not actual murder) one of the other contestants in the hopes they can take the prize money for themselves.
Each day the contestants, most of them 'faithfuls', will get the chance to debate and decide who they think the traitors in their midst are and banish one of their own each day, hoping they can boot out all of the traitors before they're done for.
It's a thrilling social deception game writ large with deception and persuasion the tools of the trade, plus you get to see all of the guessing and accusations while knowing who the traitors really are, which adds another layer to the fun.
For those who can't help but binge, the whole series of The Traitors US will be releasing onto BBC iPlayer tomorrow (13 January) while those who want to take it a bit slower can watch it live on BBC Three and BBC One.
If you want to watch it live you'll need to be a little bit more patient as the first episode launches on BBC Three on 24 January and the show runs until 8 February.
Those wanting to watch it on BBC One can see it each Wednesday evening for five weeks starting from 25 January, with the episodes being shown in pairs.
Fans of the British version of The Traitors will know the nefarious (probably very nice in real life) traitors came very close to getting the win, especially after a late minute twist was thrown in that the game only ended once the contestants thought they'd eliminated all of the traitors.
However, final traitor Wilf was rumbled at the last minute and was visibly relived that he didn't stand in the way of the remaining faithfuls and their prize win.