‘Hunted’ TV Show Time Schedule, Channel & Rules

CBS’ new TV show Hunted premiered over the weekend this past Sunday, but tonight it starts to take on its regular time schedule. However, tonight will feature two hours instead of one hour of the show. To get the details on when to watch the show, who the contestants are, additional cast members and the rules of the show, read on below.

TIME TONIGHT: 8 – 10 p.m. ET/PT

REGULAR TIME SLOT: Wednesdays, 8 – 9 p.m. ET/PT

TV CHANNEL: CBS – Check with your local TV provider (Verizon FIOS, Optimum, etc.) for the exact channel number. You can also click here to check out all CBS affiliate stations in various locations.

LIVE STREAM: Click here to check out how to watch Hunted online via live stream.

RULES: There are nine teams of two who are the “hunted”, aka the fugitives, and they are hunted down by trained professionals and investigators. They must evade capture for 28 days. CBS lists the following as the five major rules in the competition:
– Fugitives must stay within a 100,000-square mile hunt zone.
– Fugitives will be given a one-hour head start before Hunters are alerted.
– Fugitives are provided limited funds.
– Command Center is given only a name, photo, and last known location.
– Fugitives that evade capture win $250,000 per team.

PRIZE: $250,000

Matt Sundberg and Christina Zapolski (were captured on episode 1)
Aarif Mirza and Immad Ahmed
Angela Brinson and Michele Domenick
David Windecher and Emiley Cox
English King and Stephen King
Lee Wilson and Hilmar Skagfield
Miles Svoboda and Will Muzika
Sentra Tran and Thu Tran
Troy Pfost and Chele Pfost

John “Buck” Smith, US Marshals (Ret.)
Walter “Griff” Garrison, Detective (Ret.)
Jermaine Finks, Team Bravo, Department of Homeland Security
Chad Light, Team Bravo, US Army Special Forces (Former)
Evy Poumpouras, Team Charlie, US Secret Service
Maureen O’Connell, Team Charlie, FBI (Ret.)
Jacquie Bainer, Team Delta, Private Investigator
Paul Rossi, Team Delta, USN (Former)
Allison Paganetti, Team Echo, US Army
Jonathan Gomez, Team Echo, US Army Rangers
Muhammad ‘Shadow’ Bilal, Team Foxtrot, US Army Special Forces (Ret.)
Cortice Miles, Team Foxtrot, Detective
John Picciano, Team Golf, Detective
Vinny Senzamici, Team Golf, US Marshals (Former)
Nick “Klem” Klementowicz, Team Hotel, SWAT
Sam Phillips, Team Hotel, SWAT
Amanda Fry, Team India,(Medically Ret.) El Paso Police Department
Roxanne Lopez, Team India, Detective

Robert Clark, Commander, FBI (Ret.)
Theresa Payton, Head of Intelligence, Former White House CIO
Lenny DePaul, Head of Operations, US Marshals (Ret.)
Ben Owen, Senior Analyst, MI5 (Former)
Ryan ‘Ry Phi’ Phillips, Operations Supervisor, SWAT
Andrew Stumpf, Operations Supervisor, Navy SEAL (Ret.)
Steve Masterson, Intelligence Analyst, Naval Intelligence (Former)
Connie Min, Intelligence Analyst, CIA (Former)
Aki Peritz, Intelligence Analyst, CIA (Former)
Zaira Pirzada, Intelligence Analyst, Academia
Myke Cole, Cyber Analyst, USCG
Charles DeBarber, Cyber Analyst, US Army Cyber Intelligence (Former)
Landon Stewart, Cyber Analyst, US Army/NSA (Former)
Dr. Max Wachtel, Forensic Psychologist

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Donna Lenning

Would like to know who is video taping the contestants on the run? They know where they are. Is there a special pact for the photography team not to give away their location? Do they sleep in tents like some? Just thought I’d ask. I myself would of tried to get a boat or houseboat like in Cape Fear lined up so they could move in the backcountry in the rivers and creeks.


Dumb dumb dumb. The rules are set up for the hunters to win. I’d imagine the contestants can’t break the law, such as false ID’s, cold plated cars, not allowed prep time to put together go bags, “real” safe houses, bug out cash, etc. What stops them from laying low in a flop house. The hunters can’t enter without a warrant, and they can’t get a warrant without a crime. What crime has been committed except the idiot producers say “tag you’re it.” Limited search area too. Make it country wide and hide the Nevada desert or the sierra mountains. Those clowns would never find a person who is properly prepared. Whitey Bulger “hid” in plain sight in Santa Monica for years because he knew what to do, and what not to do. And cell phone traces, those were set up weeks or months in advance. They don’t get the cooperation of AT and T in two minutes. Again, reality tv strikes again. Cool premise but come on, let’s make even. Now it’s just stupid.

Best advice, get rid of all electronic devices and chip/magnetic strip cards.

With prep time, I’d whip the hunters asses! No contest

David Burdick

Could not have said it better myself Joe. This is not reality TV.

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