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How many episodes are there in new Channel 4 series Traitors? Is it available to watch online?

Channel 4 will launch another new series on Sunday night (February 17th) with the arrival of Traitors.

The series is billed as a show-stopping spy thriller, set in 1945 London.

You can expect to be hooked after just one episode. Which is good… because you’ve got a few more to come.

Traitors on Channel 4

What is Traitors About?

The brand new series will follow an almost classic spy drama storyline, mixing forbidden love with national duty.

Emma Appleton plays the lead role as Feef, who is training to work behind enemy lines when World War II ends.

While peace may sound like a blessing for everyone else involved in the war, it threatens Feef’s affair with an American officer and immediately extinguishes her ambitions as a spy.

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Although classy and well-oiled, the drama is sinister at times as a dark storyline unfolds with Feef moving into the Civil Service and tasked with digging out Soviet operatives at the heart of the British government.

Traitors on Channel 4

Traitors: Episode Guide

Traitors episode 1 launches on Sunday, February 17th, on Channel 4 at 10 pm.

There are six episodes in the series, which will keep you occupied until March 24th.

Each episode will continue to run on C4 at 10 pm.

Catch Up Online

Should you miss any episodes from the new series then they will be available to watch online.

Shortly after airing on C4, each episode will be uploaded to the official Channel 4 media player, ALL4.

Simply search ‘Traitors’ on to find the series.



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