Comedian Daniel Tosh to host and roast the contestants
√ Celebrity competitors are Tayshia Adams, Joe Amabile, Kristen Doute, Reza Farahan, CJ Franco, Wendell Holland, Teck Holmes, Justin Johnson/Alyssa Edwards, Paola Mayfield, Da’Vonne Rogers, Joey Sasso, Jason Smith, Lauren Speed-Hamilton, Jill Zarin
Prime Video // Amazon Studios Press Release
Grab your roses, tiki torches, dancing shoes, passports, wigs and whisks, and ready your game face, because the search for the “greatest reality show contestant” of all time is on!
Today, Amazon Freevee announced the series greenlight, host and celebrity cast for a hilarious new reality competition series called “The GOAT.” The show will feature some of the buzziest names from the last 25 years of reality television, who will take up residence in “GOAT Manor,” where they will face a series of mental, physical and social challenges. Fourteen will enter, but only one will win the cash prize and America’s respect as they claim the coveted “GOAT” title.
Comedian Daniel Tosh (“Tosh.0”) is confirmed to host the series. The series started production last month in Atlanta.
The celebrity cast is:
“The GOAT” is executive produced by Elan Gale (“The Bachelor” franchise, “FBoy Island,” “Midnight Mass,” “Pooch Perfect”), Bill Dixon (“The Bachelor” franchise, “FBoy Island,” “Pooch Perfect”), Anthony Anderson (“Black-ish”), Lee Eisenberg (“The Office,” “Jury Duty”), Michael Friedman (“Yellowstone,” “Mayor of Kingstown,” “The Hills,” “The Bachelor” franchise), Howard T. Owens (“Hillary,” “Running Wild with Bear Grylls”), Isabel San Vargas (“Hillary,” “Running Wild with Bear Grylls”), Ben Silverman (“The Office,” “Hillary,” “Running Wild with Bear Grylls”), Audrey Smith (“FBoy Island”), Daniel Tosh, and Matthew M. Welty (“Pooch Perfect”). Dixon also serves as showrunner. Michael Shea directs. “The GOAT” is produced by Propagate and Amazon Studios.
Spanning drama and comedy, scripted and unscripted, Amazon Freevee uniquely offers premium originals on a free streaming service, including “Primo,” the coming-of-age comedy from Michael Schur and Shea Serrano, premiering on May 19; the recently launched concert special “Monumental: Ellie Goulding at Kew Gardens”; and the new documentary-style comedy series “Jury Duty,” featuring James Marsden. Additional originals include “High School,” the critically acclaimed coming-of-age series based on Tegan and Sara Quin’s best-selling memoir; Greg Garcia’s comedy series “Sprung”; and the cooking competition series featuring a cast of home chefs, “America’s Test Kitchen: The Next Generation.”