‘The Circle’ Recap: Who Won Season 4? — Netflix Reality

And then it was six in the season 4 finale The circle.

Remaining Netflix reality contest entrants included Frank, who played as himself; Yu Ling, who also played herself; Rachel, who played herself; Alex, who catfished as Nathan; Eversen, who played as himself; and Trevor, who was catfishing as Imani.

As a super-secret influencer, Frank had to decide which person to block next, as well as determine the final five of the season. After going back and forth between Eversen and Nathan, Frank decided to block Nathan (real name Alex).

Before leaving the game, Alex met Yu Ling, who he had been flirting with while posing as a 22-year-old frat brother. Both found the humor in their flirtatious conversations during their time in the circle, deducing that Frank must have been the secret influencer who blocked him.

At the last dinner, everyone was shocked to learn that Trevor, aka Imani, was a catfish. He wasn’t allowed to come into the circle as himself since his wife Deleesa won after playing as him in season 2.

The final ranking was as follows: Eversen in fifth place, Rachel in fourth place, and Yu Ling in third place. Then it came down to the final two, Trevor and Frank, with Frank being crowned the season’s winner. The prize pool went from $100,000 to a whopping $150,000 thanks to Spice Girls Emma and Mel B. fooling contestants with their child author’s Catfish profile.

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https://tvline.com/2022/05/25/the-circle-season-4-finale-recap-winner-frank-netflix/ ‘The Circle’ Recap: Who Won Season 4? — Netflix Reality

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