'The Traitors' Season 3 Cast: Tom Sandoval, Dorinda Medley And Bob The Drag Queen

After a massive streaming breakout in its second season, “The Traitors” is back in production for a third go around. Alan Cumming is back as the murderous game’s host and has recruited a whole new cast of faithfuls and potential traitors to entertain viewers and potentially win up to $250,000. Well aware that fans of the show may be using their Nancy Drew skills to deduce who is on the new season and who isn’t, Peacock and NBCUniversal have smartly decided to reveal the cast while the game is currently in production. And, boy, they have selected some reality competition heavy hitters. Let’s get to it, shall we?

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The 21 contestants participating in Season 3 of “The Traitors” are:

Bob Harper (The Biggest Loser) 
The celebrity trainer was a trainer on the first 15 seasons of “The Biggest Loser” before hosting the final two seasons. He’s also appeared as an advisor on “The Apprentice.” He has never participated in a competition series before.

Bob The Drag Queen (RuPaul’s Drag Race) 
The winner of “RuPaul’s Drag Race” season eight, Bob is a Peabody Award winner for “We’re Here” and recently toured the world in Madonna‘s Celebration Tour.

Britney Haynes (Big Brother) 
The “Big Brother” veteran placed fourth on season 12, 8th on season 14, and fifth on last December’s “Big Brother: Reindeer Games.”

Carolyn Wiger (Survivor) 
The Minnesota native tied for second runner-up on the 44th season of “Survivor” which aired a year ago. She is the most “newbie” in terms of reality television experience among the cast.

Chanel Ayan (The Real Housewives of Dubai) 
Born in Kenya, Ayan has been an in-demand fashion model for almost three decades. She has been a fixture on “The Real Housewives of Dubai,” a Peacock program, since 2022.

Chrishell Stause (Selling Sunset) 
An actress with a long career in soap operas such as “All My Children” and “Days of Our Lives,” she gained a new legion of fans as a cast member of “Selling Sunset.” She is just the second “Netflix” contestant after “Bling Empire’s” Kevin Kreider in season two.

Ciara Miller (Summer House) 
The Bravo veteran has been a member of “Summer House” since 2021 and also appeared on the spin-off, “Winter House.”

Danielle Reyes (Big Brother) 
This California queen came in second on “Big Brother” season 3, sixth place on “Big Brother” season 7, and seventh place on “Big Brother: Reindeer Games.”

Dolores Catania (The Real Housewives of New Jersey) 
A guest star for three seasons, Catania joined the cast of “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” beginning in season seven in 2016. Still an active star of “RHONJ,” she is one the most unexpected “Traitors” contestants.

Dorinda Medley (The Real Housewives of New York City) 
A star of “The Real Housewives of New York City” from 2015-2020, she recently appeared on the fourth season of “The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip.” She is a known “meme” queen.

Dylan Efron (Down to Earth with Zac Efron) 
The younger brother of Zac Efron, Dylan produced and appeared in two seasons of Netflix’s “Down to Earth with Zac Efron.” Before that program, Dylan mostly worked behind the scenes in Hollywood.

Gabby Windey (The Bachelorette) 
A co-runner-up on season 26 of “The Bachelor,” Windey co-starred alongside fellow finalist Rachel Recchina on “The Bachelorette” season 19. She also finished second on the 31st season of “Dancing with the Stars.”

Jeremy Collins (Survivor) 
A one-time firefighter, Collins came in 10th on “Survivor: San Juan del Sur – Blood vs. Water,” won “Survivor: Cambodia – Second Chance,” and finished eighth on “Survivor: Winners at War.”

Lord Ivar Mountbatten (British Royal) 
A second cousin of King Charles, Mountbatten is the first member of the British Monarch’s extended family to be in a same-sex relationship. He married his partner, James Coyle, in 2018.

Nikki Garcia (Professional Wrestler) 
A WWE wrestling star from 2007 to 2023, Garcia is a two-time WWE Divas Champion and was inducted alongside her sister, Brie, in the WWE Hall of Fame. She has appeared in the reality TV series “Total Divas” and her own spin-off, “Total Bellas.” She currently hosts the game show “Barmageddon” on USA Network.

Rob Mariano (Survivor & Deal or No Deal Island) 
A legendary “Survivor” and reality competition player known as “Boston Rob,” Mariano came in 10th place on “Survivor: Marquesas” in 2002, was runner-up on “Survivor: All-Stars,” was runner-up on “The Amazing Race” season 7, was eliminated at eighth place “The Amazing Race: All-Stars,” came in 13th on “Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains,” won “Survivor: Redemption Island,” was a mentor on “Survivor: Island of the Idols,” came in 17th place on “Survivor: Winners at War,” and, most recently, came in fourth place on “Deal or No Deal Island.”

Robyn Dixon (The Real Housewives of Potomac) 
A prominent cast member of “The Real Housewives of Potomac” for its first eight seasons, she publicly said she was fired from the Bravo series this past April. Somewhat incredible NBCUni and Peacock got her back for “The Traitors” so quickly.

Sam Asghari (Actor & Model) 
An actor with small roles on shows such as “Black Monday” and “Hacks,” Asghari was married to Britney Spears from June 2022 to August 2023. He is one of the most surprising members of the cast.

Tom Sandoval (Vanderpump Rules) 
If you haven’t heard of Tom Sandoval or “Scandoval” we’re not sure where to begin.

Tony Vlachos (Survivor) 
A New Jersey police officer, Vlachos won “Survivor: Brawn vs. Beauty,” was eliminated at 19th place on “Survivor: Game Changers — Mamanuca Islands,” and became just the second person to win “Survivor” seasons taking 2020’s “Survivor: Winners at War.”

Wells Adams (Bachelor in Paradise)
The Monterey, California native was a contestant on the 12th season of “The Bachelorette.” He then appeared on the third season of “Bachelor in Paradise” and was an “interim co-host” of season seven.

Cumming confirmed the cast in a video announcement you can watch here.

Notably, after featuring “Below Deck” star Kate Chastain in the first two seasons, there is no cast member from that Bravo franchise this time around. Moreover, following Trishelle Cannatella and Chris “CT” Tamburello‘s double win this past season, no veterans of “The Challengers” have been invited for this game (although reportedly a big “Challengers” season is currently also filming). Notably, after just two representatives for season two, “Survivor” has three this time around.

Peacock did not disclose when it will release season 3, but the past two seasons have debuted in January.

After taking home an Emmy Award for Casting the first season, the NBCUni division is also hoping season 2 cracks the Outstanding Reality Competition Program field, among other nominations, when the 2024 Emmy noms are announced on July 17.

According to Peacock, “The Traitors” was the #1 unscripted series in the U.S. across all streaming platforms during its launch week of January 12, according to Nielsen.  “The Traitors” Season 2 was also the most-watched reality series debut on Peacock.

“The Traitors” is available to stream on Peacock.