The Mole Season 2 (Netflix, June 28 – July 12, 2024)

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Netflix announces the return of The Mole with a new season premiering on June 28, 2024. The reality competition series, hosted by journalist Ari Shapiro, will release new episodes through July 12, offering a summer treat for audiences.

The Mole is a high-stakes competition series where players work together to complete challenges and build a pot of money. However, one player is secretly designated “the Mole,” tasked with sabotaging the group’s efforts. As the competition progresses, players must also undergo tests to prove their knowledge of the Mole’s identity. In the end, the player who exposes the Mole wins the prize pot.

This season, twelve players will participate in challenges while navigating the presence of the Mole. One player will outlast the others and expose the Mole to claim the grand prize. Each episode will keep audiences guessing as they try to identify the Mole and predict the ultimate winner.

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Host Ari Shapiro is a celebrated journalist and anchor of NPR’s All Things Considered, a widely listened-to radio news program in the United States. Shapiro also hosts NPR’s daily afternoon news podcast, Consider This. Beyond journalism, Shapiro has explored creative pursuits, including singing performances at venues like Carnegie Hall and the Hollywood Bowl. His memoir, “The Best Strangers in the World: Stories from a Life Spent Listening,” became a New York Times bestseller.

The Mole, with its unique format, delivers a mix of strategy, suspicion, and social dynamics as players strive to identify the Mole while maximizing their winnings. The show’s blend of mental challenges and social experimentation has garnered a dedicated following.

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The Mole: Season 2 airs from June 28 to July 12, 2024, on Netflix, with new episodes released weekly.

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