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The Goat Competition Series Coming to Prime Video

After 25 years of iconic, culture-shaping reality television, Prime Video has set out to answer one all-important question: which reality star is the Greatest of All Time? The Goat debuts its first three episodes on May 9 on Prime Video worldwide and Amazon Freevee in the U.S., UK, Germany, and Austria.

New episodes will premiere each week on Thursdays through June 27. From the producers of Jury Duty, The Bachelor, and Chopped, the series is produced by Amazon MGM Studios and Propagate.

The Goat Competition Series Coming to Prime Video

14 reality superstars—from Bachelorettes to Housewives to Survivors to Drag Racers and everyone in between—move into GOAT Manor under the watchful eye of host Daniel Tosh to compete in over 20 challenges, earning and breaking one another’s trust along the way.

New sides of longtime favorites will be on display as they battle it out for $200k…and the title of Greatest of All Time.

The “herd” of competitors includes Tayshia Adams (The Bachelor), Joe Amabile (The Bachelor, Dancing with the Stars), Kristen Doute (Vanderpump Rules), Reza Farahan (Shahs of Sunset), CJ Franco (FBoy Island), Wendell Holland (Survivor), Teck Holmes (The Real World, The Challenge), and Justin Johnson/Alyssa Edwards (RuPaul’s Drag Race).

There’s also Paola Mayfield (90 Day Fiancé), Da’Vonne Rogers (Big Brother, The Challenge), Joey Sasso (The Circle, Perfect Match), Jason Smith (Holiday Baking Championship), Lauren Speed-Hamilton (Love Is Blind), and Jill Zarin (The Real Housewives of New York City).

Prime Video‘s The Goat is executive produced by Elan Gale (The Bachelor, FBoy Island, Midnight Mass), Bill Dixon (The Bachelor, FBoy Island), Anthony Anderson (Black-ish), Lee Eisenberg (The Office, Jury Duty), Michael Friedman (Yellowstone, The Hills, The Bachelor), and Ben Silverman (Ugly Betty, The Biggest Loser).

The executive producers are rounded out by Howard T. Owens (Hillary, Running Wild with Bear Grylls), Isabel San Vargas (Hillary, Untold), Audrey E. Smith (FBoy Island), Daniel Tosh, and Matthew M. Welty (Fboy Island). Dixon also serves as showrunner, and Michael Shea directs.

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