Maori Television is set to air its latest hunt for the ultimate Polynesian Warrior.
The network has recently finished filming series two of its successful Game of Bros show, which pits 10 fitness fanatics against each other in a series of physical challenges.
There’s no shortage of eye-candy in the cast for season two, including strongmen from New Zealand and other proud Polynesians who have flown in from the Pacific and US.
And in news set to please many fans, a free downloadable online calendar of the cast — featuring plenty of single hunks — has been made available for viewers.
The cast includes Amoon, a 29-year-old personal trainer from American Samoa.
Joash, 29 and a former Black Grace dancer, will also be taking part.
Phoenix, 19, is the youngest cast member. Fresh out of high school, he is a member of the Prestige Dance Crew and lives at home with his mum.
Game of Bros is hosted by comedians Pani and Pani, along with former league star Wairangi Koopu.
A big focus of this series is to address a youth audience and tap into the growing number of Aotearoa youth who whakapapa to both Maori and other Polynesian cultures.
See the full calendar below: