Hunted has wrapped up its 2019 series: Who were the new contestants and what were the results?
Here’s all about the latest season and the results to the final and who won.
Hunted started its 2019 run on Thursday, January 10 at 9PM on Channel 4. The show aired Thursdays at 9PM for six episodes.
Another 10 ordinary people begin their life on the run with an audacious speedboat chase through Liverpool docks.
For the following 25 days they had to evade the clutches of an elite team of former military and intelligence operatives to have a chance of winning a share of £100,000.
For series 4, there were four teams of two and two solo fugitives. But who are this year’s chosen 10?
Hunted 2019 contestants and results
Here are the contestants, who at the beginning of the show are all on the run…
Harry Savage and Frank Savage – CAPTURED AFTER 25 DAYS
Harry is a 20-year-old drama student from Essex and brother Frank is a 23-year-old campsite owner from East Sussex.
Nathanael Watt and Ismail Haruna – CAPTURED AFTER 25 and 24 DAYS
Nathanael is a 26-year-old architecture student and Ismail is a 27-year-old architectural technologist both from Nottingham.
Loren Hannon – CAPTURED AFTER 23 DAYS
Loren is a 26-year-old a personal banker from Essex
Matt Mason – CAPTURED AFTER 21 DAYS
Matt is a 29-year-old Royal Marine from Devon
Emma Davidson and Jess Kirkham – CAPTURED AFTER 10 DAYS
Emma is a 23-year-old Neo-Natal Intensive care Nurse and Jess is a 27-year-old a Neuro Intensive care Nurse. Both are from Devon
Paul James and Nick Batchelor – CAPTURED AFTER 5 DAYS
Paul is a 48-year-old construction manager from Hertfordshire and Nick is a 51-year-old lead youth worker from Kent
Hunted spoilers – who won?
As all contestants were captured there was NO winner of The Hunted in 2019 meaning the £100,000 prize was not awarded. It’s the first time in Hunted history that all contestants have been caught.
Following the end of the series, Hunted chief Peter Bleksley announced he was quitting the Channel 4 show.
There are six episodes of Hunted for 2019. The show will return in 2020. Channel 4 is now inviting budding fugitives to apply for future series of Hunted at huntedapplications.com.
Meanwhile, you can watch episodes online for free and catch up with past episodes and series via All4.