SAS Australia 2023: Australian celebrities get buried alive in frightening first look trailer

Reality TV's most chaotic show is back and more traumatising than ever.

Australia's most hectic reality TV show SAS Australia is returning in October, and as per usual, the show is taking no prisoners.

A new group of famous faces have taken on the challenging show, with the stars descending onto one of the toughest environments faced by Special Forces: the Middle East. It's the first time the show and cast have travelled offshore to a secret base and the tasks look extra traumatising.

From launching live hand grenades, to dangerous jumps, near drownings, and being buried alive, the season is not short of confronting challenges and is once again led by Ant Middleton and he puts the celebs through their paces to see if they have what it takes to make it to the end.

Anthony Mundine in SAS Australia
Anthony Mundine in SAS Australia. Photo: Seven

Who will be on SAS Australia 2023?

Season four of the show has a mix of Aussie celebs ranging in notoriety, from boxer Anthony Mundine, convicted drug smuggler Cassie Sainsbury — also known as Cocaine Cassie —, and other famous faces like The Bachelor's Tim Robards and Olympians Stephanie Rice and Matthew Mitcham.

The cast of SAS Australia get ready to be buried alive in the Middle East
The cast of SAS Australia get ready to be buried alive. Photo: Seven

The full lineup is as follows:

Abbey Holmes, 32 — AFL Field Commentator

Anthony Mundine, 47 – World Champion Boxer

Boyd Cordner, 30 – Retired NRL Star

Cassie Sainsbury, 28 – Convicted Drug Smuggler

Dr Craig Challen, 57 – Thai Cave Rescue Hero

Craig McLachlan, 57 – Actor

Jason Akermanis, 46 – AFL Hall of Famer

Lindy Klim, 45 – Balinese Princess

Mahalia Murphy, 29 – International Rugby Star

Matthew Mitcham, 35 – Olympic Gold Diver

Peter Bol, 29 – Olympic Runner

Stephanie Rice, 34 – Olympic Gold Swimmer

Tim Robards, 40 – OG Bachelor

Zima Anderson, 25 – Actor


When is SAS Australia premiering?

While no specific date has been mentioned yet, the new season will premiere in October on Channel 7 and 7plus.

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