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Hunted is looking for new contestants for its upcoming series, so if you reckon you've got what it takes to completely vanish without a trace, now's your time to put your money where your mouth is.
The hit Channel 4 show is back for a second series and is looking for 'ordinary' people to take part.
The show's producers said: "Have you ever wondered if you've got what it takes to disappear and go on the run, testing your wits to evade capture from some of the best hunters on the planet?
"We're looking for aspiring 'fugitives' of all ages to take part and do whatever it takes to disappear in 21st century Britain.
"Perhaps you fancy your chances by going it alone, or maybe you'd like to escape with your family, friends or colleagues.
"A prize of £100,000 will be shared equally between the fugitives who successfully evade capture."
Hunted sees 14 people attempt to go on the run for 25 days with the chance of winning a share of £100,000 ($140,000).
Of course, it's not quite that simple and while the 'fugitives' are out there trying their very best to avoid detection they have an expert team of former police officers and intelligence officers - known as the 'hunters' - trying to track them down.
To win, the fugitives must stay on the run for 25 days and reach the secret extraction point.
A statement on the application page reads: "We're looking for ordinary people to go on the run and try to disappear in one of the most watched nations on Earth.
"If you had to disappear tomorrow, for whatever reason - with some of the world's best investigators looking for you, and some of the most cutting edge technology tracking you, could you just vanish?"
You'll need to be at least 18 to apply and as well as the online form you'll need to send across a short video introducing yourself and explaining why you'd like to go on the run.
Those who are picked for the show will go on the run in October this year and will need to be available for between four and six weeks during production.
The closing date for applications is 12 June, so if you're keen it's probably best not to hang around.
If you reckon you've got what it takes you can find out more, or apply, here.
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