SAS: Who Dares Wins returned to TV on Monday with a shake-up of the directing workers – and followers love the present’s adjustments.
The Channel 4 sequence, which sees 20 recruits tackle a model of the gruelling SAS choice course of beneath the instruction of ex-military workers, had a brand new boss for final night time’s sequence opener as present veteran Mark “Billy” Billingham stepped as much as be chief of directing workers.
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He was initially a part of former present star Ant Middleton‘s crew, and caught with the present when Middleton was dropped and ex US Marine Rudy Reyes was drafted in final yr.
Though Reyes continues to be one of many workers, he has taken a step again with Billy getting the highest position due to his intensive jungle warfare expertise as this sequence, billed the hardest but, takes place within the Vietnamese jungle.
Billy’s promotion was a well-liked transfer with followers, who have been additionally happy to see his long-time co-star Jason “Cunning” Fox again, too.
One viewer tweeted: “Actually completely satisfied Billy is the chief teacher, he has the most effective strains.”
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One other viewer added: “Good to see Mark ‘Billy’ Billingham main the best way this time. He is been essentially the most constant in the entire sequence and has essentially the most expertise out of all of them.”
Another person wrote: “Billy taking the lead will make this present fulfilling once more.”
Reyes debuted a dramatically completely different look, having lower his trademark lengthy hair brief forward of the brand new sequence.
One viewer tweeted: “So glad Billy is taking the lead and the American removed the ridiculous hair!”
Another person wrote: “Rudy has a brand new haircut? Barely recognised him!”
Followers of the sequence joked about Reyes’ new position, with one individual tweeting: “Has Rudy been demoted?!”
Another person commented: “Rudy has been demoted to pot washer.”
One other viewer wrote: “Nice mixture of characters on this sequence and the DS are usually not being a distraction and happy somebody has reprogrammed Rudy and dialled him down a notch.”
Final sequence’ different US star Remi Adeleke, who joined with Reyes, has not made a return and is changed by new DS Chris Oliver.