Nailed It Season 06 Episode 04 Release Date 15.09.2021
History in the Baking
From cupcakes celebrating famous Black women to a towering Tuskegee Airmen cake, this episode honoring Black history aims high — and achieves hilarity.
Treats inspired by “Mr. Chocolate” Jacques Torres include lollipop portraits and a cake spiced with cocoa and cayenne. Mais oui laugh? But of course!
Nailed It! is an American Netflix original series which premiered on March 9, 2018. The series is a bake-off competition in the style of reality television, where three amateur bakers compete to replicate complicated cakes and confectionery in order to win a $10,000 cash prize and a “nailed it” trophy. A second season was released on June 29, 2018. A holiday season, dubbed Nailed It! Holiday!, was released on December 7, 2018. The third season was released on May 17, 2019. A second holiday season of Nailed It! Holiday! was released on November 22, 2019. The fourth season was released on April 1, 2020. The fifth season, dubbed Nailed It! Double Trouble, is the series’ first spin-off season that features contestants competing in pairs. It premiered on March 26, 2021. The sixth season is set to be release on September 15, 2021.
The series has received critical acclaim and was nominated for three Primetime Emmy Awards, including twice for Outstanding Competition Program and once for Outstanding Host for a Reality or Competition Program. The latter nomination made Nicole Byer the first Black woman to be nominated for the award.
Who will the judges be in Nailed It! Season 6?
Fans can expect to see at least two very familiar faces once “Nailed It!” Season 6 finally rolls around. The show’s usual judges, actress/comedian Nicole Byer and pro pastry chef Jacques Torres have shown no signs of wanting to stop hosting the show anytime soon. According to Insider, the two have a friendship behind the scenes, and Byer seems to adore her role as the resident comedian. At the very least, fans seem to adore it, as Byer has received multiple award nominations (including one for an Emmy) based on her hosting skills (via IMDb). There doesn’t seem to be many reasons for them to cut such a sweet deal short.
However, the show’s regulars are just one side of the coin. Each episode has its own guest judge that adds a bit of variety between every competition. However, it is unlikely that Netflix will announce any of its guest judges anytime soon, simply to keep them a surprise for later on down the road. So until that changes, fans will have to stay content knowing that at least Bryer and Torres will bring their usual charm to the show.