'Spy Games': Release date, plot, cast, trailer and everything you need to know about Bravo's espionage competition series
Ever wondered what a day in the life of a spy looked like? Or what are the skills one needs to be a good spy? Then you need to make sure you check out Bravo's latest offering — 'Spy Games', an espionage themed competition series.
Hosted by Mia Klang, the show features 10 bold individuals who are supposed to uncover each other's deepest darkest secrets while getting groomed to become a good spy from three renowned spies.
If just being a spy wasn't thrilling enough, these 10 aspiring spies will compete with one another to get their hands on the coveted $100,000 prize reserved for the winner.
'Spy Games' is all set to premiere on Monday, January 20 at 10 pm ET/PT, only on Bravo. Following which you can catch all new-episodes every Monday at 10 pm ET/PT only on Bravo.
Did you know that during World War II, the US government had a program called Station S, where they recruited civilians and sent them off to remote estates to be groomed as spies for them?
'Spy Games' is inspired by the program and features 10 individuals from across the country, who are stationed together, and their physical and mental finesse is put to the test.
These amateur spies will be groomed by none other than former undercover CIA Officer Douglas Laux, former Special Agent for the United States Secret Service Evy Poumpouras, and former FBI Special Agent Erroll Southers.
While mastering the skills needed to be a successful spy, these amateurs are tasked with finding out the secrets of their fellow players. Each of the players will be eliminated based on their performance in each task and the progress they made in acquiring the skills needed to be a master spy.
The winner of this unique competition show will not only be titled as a master spy but also pocket $100,000 as the prize.
The show will be hosted by model and martial artist Mia Kang. The participants are judged by three "Assessors", who also design the challenging tasks on the show.
These assessors are former undercover CIA Officer Douglas Laux, former Special Agent for the United States Secret Service Evy Poumpouras, and former FBI Special Agent Erroll Southers.
The 10 participants who will be testing their espionage skills are Dr. Mitch Abrams, Colin Hutzler, George Jackson, Saif Kareem, Chelsey Mori, Nika Nour, Christina Randall, Jessica Studnicky, Brock Thompson and Charnel Wright.
'Spy Games' is produced by Kinetic Content (part of Red Arrow Studios) with Chris Coelen, John Saade, Eric Detwiler, Karrie Wolfe, David Burris, Andrew Wallace, and Scott Teti serving as executive producers.
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