CBS’s “NCIS: LA” just aired it’s finale episode ever but this will not be the last you will see from the amazing Daniela Ruah!
The Star just shared a career update and she’s joining the franchise of a huge reality series.
Daniela will be hosting the Portuguese version of The Traitors.
Portugal are happy to have Daniela Ruah on the program on SIC, sharing:
Daniela has the talent, the energy, the professional experience, and the right resources to adapt to the different narrative records that the format requires at its different stages.
You’re as excited as we are about this program, which is being successfully produced all over the world.
Ruah’s shared that she is “very happy to accept this challenge from SIC to introduce ‘The Traitors.’
She added that this will be a new experience for her, but above all, she is excited to return with a Portuguese audience.
The new series is scheduled for a spring premiere and is a spinoff of the original Dutch series. Moreover, it also inspired the British version on BBC One, which was hosted by Claudia Winkleman, along with an American version.
The Traitors is a reality competition where a group of contestants takes part in the ultimate game of deception in a bid to win a huge cash prize. All 22 total strangers are tasked with uncovering the traitors before they are each “killed” off.
The show from All3Media-owned IDTV has taken the formats world by storm and All3 will be looking to strike further deals at Mip TV. A Traitors masterclass takes place tomorrow in Cannes.
“The global response to The Traitors – from broadcasters, viewers and critics – has been incredible, and we’re delighted to see the finished tape versions traveling so well,” said All3 Senior Vice President, North America, Jennifer Askin of the Canadian finished tape sales.
Askin’s All3 colleague Nick Smith described the 20 local adaptations as a “milestone,” adding: “IDTV’s highly adaptable format has not only notched up an impressive number of international versions in just two years, it has also succeeded in truly capturing the public’s attention wherever it airs.”