nailed it! Season 6 may have another new twist

nailed it! is back, and if you're already craving more episodes after watching season five, here's some good news. Although Netflix has yet to officially announce that “ Success! ” is set to return for a sixth season, and there’s no reason to believe the show will make any progress. Since its U.S. premiere in 2018, “ It Made It!” ” universe expanded to include not only the annual “Pinned!” holiday special, but also international versions in Mexico, France, Germany and Spain.

Additionally, the series was loved by fans and critics alike. So far, successful! Nicole Byer was nominated for three Emmy Awards: two for Outstanding Competition Program and one for Outstanding Host of a Reality or Competition Program, making her the first winner in that category Nominated Black Women.

After being nominated for an Emmy last summer, Bayer explained why she believes it worked! Arouse strong resonance from the audience. "On social media, you're bombarded with people's perfect lives — people doing this, going on vacations, etc. — but on our show, it's like you don't have to be the best to win," she told Deadline. "You just have to be a little bit better than the other guy and I think people can really understand that. I think everyone in life has done something really ugly and then it's like, 'I worked really hard and I worked for somebody Made it,” and then a loved one eats it, and they’re like, “Well, that’s good. ” [ Laughs ] You know what? So, I think people see themselves in a lot of the contestants.”

That said, it's unlikely that Netflix will bring Nailed It back! Very slim. As for when season 6 will be released, Netflix has released a new version of "It Made It!" 》 The spring season every year in the past few years. Assuming they continue to stick to this schedule, viewers can likely expect season six to premiere in the spring of 2022. (There should also be a year-end holiday special to look forward to before then, although Netflix skipped the 2020 installment.)

Netflix announced six episodes of Season 6 a few weeks before its premiere, so news about Season 6 may not be coming soon. But there may be new twists to look forward to. While the show's basic premise—amateur bakers hilariously trying to recreate elaborate desserts—remains the same in season five, it includes an interesting spin. For the first time ever, home bakers are competing in teams of two for a $10,000 prize and a "make it" trophy. Nicole Byer and Jacques Torre return as hosts, along with Season 5 guest judges including Andrea Savage, Ron Funches, Lil Rey Howery, Bobby Lee, Brian Posehn and A$AP Ferg On the same stage.

Actor Joey King and her sister Hunter King also appear as contestants on the season. “From best buds to siblings, these bakers are twice as bad,” reads the line for Netflix’s new season, subtitled “Double Trouble . "This season, we're looking high and low for inspiration, from delicious baked goods inspired by Greek mythology to sweet treats from dear old grandma."

Rest assured, they’ll have more treats in store for Season 6.