'The Traitors' Season 2 Cast: Maksim Chmerkovskiy, Deontay Wilder and Phaedra Parks Among 21 Stars Competing

Production on the Peacock hit reality series is currently underway in Scotland

<p>Sarah Morris/Getty Images; Rob Latour/Shutterstock; Paras Griffin/Getty Images</p> (L-R) Maksim Chmerkovskiy, Deontay Wilder and Phaedra Parks are pictured.

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(L-R) Maksim Chmerkovskiy, Deontay Wilder and Phaedra Parks are pictured.

The Traitors is upping the ante for season 2.

Peacock's Emmy-nominated psychological reality competition series, which challenges contestants to sniff out the secret saboteurs among them in an effort to win a grand prize, is bringing together 21 of the greatest strategic competitors across reality TV and beyond for its second installment. Production is currently underway in Scotland.

The network announced the cast of starry names on Thursday. It's a big change from season 1, where 10 reality TV personalities and 10 civilians battled it out for a chance at the $250,000 pot.

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Viewers will recognize many of the players, who come from some of the biggest reality shows including Survivor, The Bachelor, Dancing with the Stars, The Real Housewives, Big Brother, The Challenge, Love Island and more. There's also two athletes and a former British politician.

Here's the full cast list:

<p>Charles Sykes/Bravo/Getty</p> Larsa Pippen and Marcus Jordan

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Larsa Pippen and Marcus Jordan

The Traitors is based on the Dutch series, De Verraders. In addition to the first U.S. season on Peacock, which premiered in January, other installments have popped up in the U.K. and Australia. They're available to watch on Peacock as well.

Related: Larsa Pippen and Marcus Jordan Join 'The Traitors' Season 2 Cast (Exclusive)

PEOPLE broke the news on Wednesday that Pippen, 49, and Jordan, 32, would be joining season 2 of the series. They'll make history as the first couple to go into the game with their relationship exposed. A previous pair in Australia attempted to play the game hiding their romance, but were eventually discovered and voted off.

That means Larsa and Marcus' relationship might place a big target on their backs from the get-go among their fellow "faithfuls." They've already appeared inseparable, posing for cuddly selfies on Instagram Stories from Scotland on Wednesday.

PEACOCK Alan Cumming and the cast of 'The Traitors' season 1
PEACOCK Alan Cumming and the cast of 'The Traitors' season 1

Last season, four-time Survivor alumna Cirie Fields won the game by playing entirely under the radar. She beat out Brandi Glanville (Real Housewives of Beverly Hills), Cody Calafiore (Big Brother), Rachel Reilly (Big Brother), Arie Luyendyk Jr. (The Bachelor), Kate Chastain (Below Deck), Kyle Cook (Summer House), Reza Farahan (Shahs of Sunset), Ryan Lochte (Olympian) and her fellow Survivor pal Stephanie LaGrossa.

Cirie, 53, is currently competing on this season of Big Brother alongside her 25-year-old son, Jared Fields.

Meanwhile, Alan Cumming will be returning to host The Traitors again. This time around, he'll be joined by a new co-host: his dog Lala, who is being introduced as his trusty sidekick.

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