If there’s one thing everyone seems to agree on with Hunted, it’s that they could do better.
The Channel 4 reality contest returned to screens tonight for a second series, where 10 contestants are battling it out to successfully avoid a team of professional pursuers for 28 days in order to win their share of a £100,000 prize.
Just like with the first series, viewers reckoned it looked pretty simple.
This #hunted program is amazing, I would do thinks so differently though!— Sean Leggett (@SeanRLeggett) September 22, 2016
How do these people make #hunted look so difficult? Clueless— Josh Underwood (@junderwood_19) September 22, 2016
There was the fact they kept using their phones – so easily traced.
a lesson for everyone taking part in the next series... DITCH THE PHONES 🙈🙈 #Hunted— sophie ✨ (@_sophetaylor) September 22, 2016
Keeping social media active wasn’t a great idea either.
Notbeingfunnybut why didn't they deactivate their social media accounts before this? #Hunted— Rachie (@RachieRooToo) September 22, 2016
And the dad who made contact with his family on day two so that he could celebrate his child’s birthday.
Be careful your own mum isn’t a total blabbermouth.
#Hunted A good start. Can’t believe that mother gave away so much information! Bad luck for those fugitives. Grassed up by your own mother!— Sheila Rawlings (@SheilaRawlings) September 22, 2016
People felt the contestants should obviously stay out of city centres.
Why would you suddenly go into the streets tho? Stay of track, stay unseen. #Hunted— James (@JimmyP82) September 22, 2016
People need to think a bit more carefully about their disguises.
Bleaching your hair is clearly going to fool everyone..... Errrrrr no.... #hunted— Natalie Mooney (@supernoodles86) September 22, 2016
So we know what not to do…but what should we do to win?
if i was on hunted id dig myself a hole and sit there for a month— a (@auxuste) September 22, 2016