Hunted Australia: Viewers notice a glaring error that exposes the show

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The MAJOR problem with Hunted Australia as fans notice a glaring error that proves the ‘hunters’ could easily find the ‘fugitives’ if they wanted to

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Viewers of Channel 10’s thrilling new reality show Hunted Australia have pointed out a glaring mistake that ruins the entire premise of the series.

The program follows 18 contestants who must evade capture for 21 days while being tailed by an elite squad of former police and intelligence officers.

However, fans have noticed the ‘fugitives’ have a camera crew following them at all times, which would make it impossible for them to hide from the professional ‘hunters’.

Viewers of Channel 10's thrilling new reality show Hunted Australia have pointed out a glaring mistake that ruins the entire premise of the series

Viewers of Channel 10’s thrilling new reality show Hunted Australia have pointed out a glaring mistake that ruins the entire premise of the series 

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‘I do actually love how the Hunters just have to pretend they can’t see the camera people filming the Hunted,’ one fan wrote on Twitter.

‘As a hunter, my strategy would be to look for people being accompanied by a professional cameraman,’ another tweeted.

A third agreed: ‘If I was on Hunted, the first thing I’d do is lose the camera crew following me around.’

The program follows 18 contestants who must evade capture for 21 days while being tailed by an elite squad of former police and intelligence officers

The program follows 18 contestants who must evade capture for 21 days while being tailed by an elite squad of former police and intelligence officers

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‘You need to realise it’s completely fake. “Why don’t they just follow the cameras?!” No s**t Sherlock, it’s scripted so Channel 10 has a show to air,’ another tweeted.

One viewer joked: ‘Nothing says subtle like a priest and a nun in a field with a camera man filming them…’

‘You got people wearing disguises yet there is a cameraman following them around. It’s funny watching people in background of the security room, just playing with a giant Google map,’ a fan observed.

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However, fans have noticed that the 'fugitives' have a camera crew following them at all times, which would make it impossible for them to hide from the professional 'hunters'

However, fans have noticed that the ‘fugitives’ have a camera crew following them at all times, which would make it impossible for them to hide from the professional ‘hunters’ 

Based on the popular British format, Hunted Australia follows 18 contestants who must go on the run and evade capture for 21 days.

A prize of $100,000 awaits the winners, but they must first evade a team of ‘hunters’ comprising former intelligence agents and police officers.

Hunted Australia, which was produced by Endemol Shine, was filmed in Melbourne and has been described as a ‘real-life game of cat and mouse’.

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Travelling in pairs, the fugitives have only limited resources to escape detection in the field.

Based on the popular British format, Hunted Australia follows 18 contestants who must go on the run and evade capture for 21 days

Based on the popular British format, Hunted Australia follows 18 contestants who must go on the run and evade capture for 21 days

A prize of $100,000 awaits the winners who must first evade a team of 'hunters', made up of police, intelligence officers and teams in the field

A prize of $100,000 awaits the winners who must first evade a team of ‘hunters’, made up of police, intelligence officers and teams in the field

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