Hunted: The ultimate game of cat and mouse. In this reality TV series, several teams of two are on the run from a pack of skilled investigators. If these teams can use their wits to evade getting captured for 21 days straight, then they’ll split $100,000. In Australia’s 2023 season of Hunted, Bayan and Eesha are a team gunning for a slice of this prize.
Here’s everything we know about Hunted Australia’s Bayan and Eesha.
Hunted Australia Cast 2023: Meet Bayan and Eesha
Meet Bayan and Eesha, the dynamic WA duo who have been friends for an impressive 14 years. Their bond is unbreakable, and their personalities are a perfect match to slay this competition.
Bayan was in the army for seven years, worked security events, and is currently an engineer. He describes himself as cool, calm, and a “genius”.
Meanwhile, Eesha is a motivational coach. Her passion for helping others and guiding them towards their best selves is at the heart of everything she does.
Bayan and Eesha’s Plan to Avoid the Hunters
Bayan plans to use his army knowledge to create misinformation campaigns, decoys, and fake clues. Meanwhile, Eesha is ready to shave her head to avoid detection.
This pair also has an in with a plethora of Australia’s Middle Eastern communities.
What Would Bayan and Eesha Do If They Won?
If Bayan won Hunted Australia’s 2023 season, he would use the prize money to kick start a uni fund for his two-year-old son. What’s more, Eesha would use her slice of the prize to pay off her mortgage.
Hunted Australia airs at 7.30pm, Sunday — Tuesday each week, only on 10 and 10 Play on Demand. Miss an episode? Catch up on 10 Play.
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