Remi Adeleke, who joined the show last year, alongside Rudy Reyes is absent from this year’s lineup.
It will also see the arrival of a new face in Chris Oliver who’ll be putting the 20 new recruits throw their paces.
While Rudy Reyes is still an instructor on the show, he will be taking a step back and be less active than last season.
PA – Chris Oliver is a new instructor appearing on SAS: Who Dares Wins (Image: PA)
How to watch SAS: Who Dares Wins Jungle Hell?
The first episode of SAS: Who Dares Wins 2023 – Jungle Hell begins on Monday, January 23 from 9 pm on Channel 4.
It is scheduled between George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces and the comedy show Everyone Else Burns.
It will then air weekly for the next six weeks.
Who is Chris Oliver on SAS: Who Dares Wins 2o23?
PA – Chris Oliver is a veteran of the British Military and served with Jason Fox (Image: PA)
Chris Oliver is a new face in this year’s lineup of instructors for SAS: Who Dares Wins set in the jungles of northern Vietnam.
He is a former Special Forces operator and Royal Marine mountain leader from the North East of England with over 16 years of experience in combat.
Speaking about joining the show, Oliver said: “I will bring a hard-hitting intensity to the SAS: Who Dares Wins DS, being a fiery character with a very passionate approach to military training, with respect being at the forefront of everything I do.
“The values I intend to instil in the recruits, as part of the DS, have been forged on operations where we have lost good operators, so they had better be under no illusions – anyone who doesn’t play by the rules will pay the price.”
During his time serving with the Special Boat Service alongside Jason “Foxy” Fox and in other parts of the army, he has served in places like Sierra Leone, Northern Ireland, Oman, Iraq and Afghanistan.
What happened to Remi Adeleke from SAS: Who Dares Wins?
PA – Remi Adeleke announced he would leave the show last season on Instagram (Image: PA)
Remi Adeleke, who was part of the Navy Seals in the United States, announced that he would be leaving the show last year to fans on Instagram.
In the post, he said: “Bye bye UK. Tonight’s finale will also be my finale, as I won’t be returning for the next UK @sas_whodareswins installments.
“I’d like to thank my brothers, Billy, Rudy and Foxy for allowing me to be apart of this EPIC, life changing and fulfilling ride.”
He added: “I’d like to thank our AMAZING crew for capturing all the magic! To all the SAS fans who stuck around despite the changes, thank you for welcoming me.
“To all the haters, thank you for hating, as haters have always fueled my drive towards success.
“Finally, thank you to @minnowfilmsand @channel4 especially Johnny @tvsjoncahn for hiring me.
“God bless, much love and KEEP PAYING THE MAN!!!!”
SAS: Who Dares Wins airs weekly from Monday, January 23 on Channel 4 at 9 pm.