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Where to Watch The Traitors: Postmortem After Show for All the Gory, Behind-the-Scenes Details

Did any of the eliminations in The Traitors Season 2 take you by surprise? Hear from the murdered and banished in the official The Traitors after show.

By Caitlin Busch

This story contains spoilers for the first three episodes of Peacock's The Traitors Season 2.

Every episode of Peacock's The Traitors is jam-packed with drama, intrigue, and murder. And as satisfying as every episode is, don't you wish every contestant who was murdered or banished got a bit more time to tell their tale? 

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The Traitors: Postmortem, the competition series' official after-show, follows The Traitors’ latest victims as they depart from the castle. The murdered, the banished, and the Traitors themselves reveal insights into the strategic gameplay and psychological warfare that led to each victim’s ultimate demise.

"Tortured by every conversation, imprisoned by every alliance, haunted by every choice," host Alan Cumming says of the victims — and even the Traitors — in the intro.

In the first episode, which details the drama from the first three episodes of Season 2, we hear behind-the-scenes testimony and reactions from the contestants who excelled and perished.

If you were also deeply shocked to learn that Johnny "Bananas" Devenanzio was the first player out of the game, you weren't alone. So to hear the man himself — who's won The Challenge more than anyone else in the show's history — call his murder a "badge of honor" should make all of us feel a little better.

Alan Cumming on The Traitors Episode 201

And what about the sudden explosion between Trishelle Cannetella (The Challenge) and Peppermint (RuPaul's Drag Race) that we saw go down in these first episodes? In Postmortem, we get Peppermint's take on what really happened. Was she really surprised? And how did the Traitors use an accidental slip of the tongue on Peppermint's part to their dastardly advantage?

As Phaedra Parks says in this episode of Postmortem, "Silence can never be misquoted." 

Find out all this and so much more when new episodes of The Traitors: Postmortem premiere every week after new episodes of The Traitors.

New episodes of The Traitors Season 2 premiere every Thursday. Episodes are available to stream on Peacock alongside The Traitors: Postmortem after show.

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