Newcomers Polly Parsons and Jazz Lintott join show regulars Alexis Conran, Paul Wilson and Jessica Jane Clement in their attempts to help expose cons and crimes that happen every day.
The 10-episode run promises to feature the show's "most devious scams to date" as they manage to take laptops, pickpocket tourists and steal a householder's flat-screen TV.
Soap star Roxanne Pallett, Gareth Gates, Diversity's Ashley Banjo and I'm A Celebrity winner Joe Swash are among the celebrities making appearances in the Long Cons segments, which include setting up a fake stockbroking firm, posing as art gallery owners and selling pieces of the Forth Railway Bridge.
New Hustle recruit Parsons said: "I'm over the moon to have been given the part of a new Hustler. It was amazing to join The Real Hustle team and Alex, Paul and Jess have been brilliant and made us feel right at home."
Lintott added: "Both of us have been fans of the show for years and to be part of the team raising awareness of all these scams is brilliant."
The Real Hustle - New Recruits is an Objective Productions and Crook Productions show.