The Trust: A Game of Greed is Netflix's latest reality show, placing 11 strangers in a house together to see if they agree to amicably split a quarter of a million dollars together, or if they start voting each other out to put more money in their individual pockets.
Premiering in early January, the season finale of the series dropped on Wednesday, January 24, 2024, revealing the house's finalist(s). Whether you watched the end already or not, we're going over what happened in the finale, as well as tabulating what everyone ends up winning.
Spoilers ahead for The Trust: A Game of Greed
Even if they were sent home before the last episode, some of the cast members received money out of the trust ahead of time, which means even if they got eliminated, they still went home with cash.
How much money did the contestants make?
Jake and Gaspare each took home $48,600, but the other three finalists, Brian, Julie and Tolú, actually took home more than that due to offers they had previously accepted in the game.
Tolú received an additional $25,000 after taking the offer in the previous episode, meaning she got $73,600 in total, whereas Julie took an offer that gave her an added $15,000 if the person she previously voted for went home. In her case, she got the money after Bryce was voted out, bringing her grand total to $63,600. Brian also accepted an offer and received an additional $30,000.
Besides the finalists, a few other cast members walked away with money. Jay took an offer and won $25,000 as long as she left the competition, which she did. Winnie received $20,000, although she was eliminated shortly after.
Out of the 11 starting cast members, seven walked away with money. The remaining four, Bryce, Juelz, Lindsey, and Simone, left with nothing.
All eight episodes of The Trust: A Game of Greed are now streaming on Netflix.