One of the titles announced in Netflix’s April 2022 lineup is bullsh*t the game show a quiz show set to hit the ground running on Netflix worldwide on April 27, 2022.
First announcement in January 2022, the show was filmed in New Mexico and sees contestants answer questions, even when they don’t know the answer.
The show is a mix between a traditional quiz and the card game called Cheat (also known as I Doubt It or Bullshit). We will see players move up the ranks by answering questions correctly or incorrectly. However, they can and will be called upon.
As the title suggests, Howie Mandel hosts the series. The TV personality and host has been involved in dozens of projects over the years, but is perhaps best known for his longtime stint on NBC. America’s Got Talent but perhaps less known is the fact that he is the voice of Gizmo in Gremlins 1 and 2.
ITV America produces the show which has provided Netflix with a number of shows over the years, including the 9-time Primetime Emmy winner weird eye and its various consequences.
Jonty Nash and Christopher Potts are the creators of the series and the series is produced under their new banner, Nobody’s Hero. Nash has worked on many projects including Cat vs. Dog and Dancing with the stars as senior producer. During this time, Potts has been involved in several major Netflix reality shows, including Nailed it!, sugar rush, and The best leftovers ever!.
David Friedman is the showrunner and executive producer of the series. He worked on projects like titan games (which arrived on Netflix UK) and Gordon Ramsay’s The F-word.
I can’t wait for everyone to see. And it ain’t Bullsh*t https://t.co/SPdgSbB9la
—Howie Mandel (@howiemandel) March 23, 2022
For more on what’s coming to Netflix in April, check out our full guide to what’s coming to Netflix in April 2022.
We’ll keep this post updated with major developments in the series, including the release of the trailer. In the meantime, let us know if you’re excited in the comments and add the show to your Netflix queue by clicking here.