Netflix is dipping its toes into the world of Great British gameshows with a new high-stakes quiz, Cheat.

Presented by TV stars Danny Dyer and Ellie Taylor, the show airs on Wednesday 1 March and has a potential £50,000 jackpot for the contestants, but there is one catch – unlike most TV quiz shows, there is more to the game than a battle of brains and wit.

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The aim of the game is to cheat your way to a fortune, as players have their knowledge put to the test as they bluff and blag through three rounds to avoid elimination.

See how you would fare with these 40 questions from the show’s expert quizmasters – and remember, if you don’t know the answer then blag it! Just don’t get caught or you’ll be eliminated.


1. Which fruit has well-known varieties named after the Spanish cities of Valencia and Seville?

2. What surname is shared by the famous acting twins Mary-Kate and Ashley?

3. In which English county would you find Stonehenge?

Flowers grow around the stone circle at Stonehenge, Wiltshire. Picture date: Friday April 29, 2022. PA Photo. Photo credit should read: Ben Birchall/PA Wire
The prehistoric stone circles of Stonehenge (Photo: Ben Birchall/PA)

4. Which live-action remake of a 90s Disney animation features the voices of James Earl Jones and Donald Glover?

5. Typically printed on sun lotion bottles, what does the F stand for in the abbreviation SPF?

6. Which comedy drama series was inspired by a memoir written by Piper Kerman about her time in a women’s prison?

7. In the Tour de France cycle race, the famous “maillot jaune” is a jersey of what colour?

8. In the human body, what is the name of the joint where the humerus meets the radius and ulna?

9. Which nut is ground and combined with sugar to make marzipan?

10. A tiger named Richard Parker features in which novel by Yann Martel?

11. What is the name of the fictional Kazakhstani journalist who is portrayed by Sacha Baron Cohen?

12. What is the numerical title of the UK No 1 album released by Adele in 2021?

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British singer Adele (Photo: Olga Akmen/AFP/Getty)

13. Albacore, skipjack and yellowfin are varieties of which fish?

14. Which Staffordshire theme park features attraction including Nemesis, Oblivion and The Smiler?

15. Brit Nicola Adams, Irishwoman Katie Taylor and the Puerto Rican Amanda Serrano are famous names in which sport?

16. What is the title of the sequel to Finding Nemo?

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Finding Nemo (Photo:Disney Pixar)

17. Holding more than 4,000 tons of gold, the United States Bullion Depository in Kentucky is better known by what name?

18. Which fictional African country is home to the Marvel superhero known as Black Panther?

19. Which American football quarterback retired in 2022 aged 44, only to reverse his decision 40 days later?

20. Which online video game uses the in-game currency called V-Bucks?

21. The buffet-style meal known as a smörgåsbord originated in which country?

22. In messaging and social media, what do the letters in the abbreviation “NGL” most commonly stand for?

From BRB to NGL, text speak has become more and more common – but what does it mean? (Photo: Jamie Grill/Getty)

23. An image of the leaf of which tree appears on the national flag of Canada?

24. Britain’s Adam Peaty has won two individual Olympic gold medals in which swimming stroke?

25. Which Asian country is home to the high-speed Shinkansen or “bullet” train?

26. What is the longest-distance running race held at the Olympic Games?

27. Commonly found in Mexican restaurants, which dish has a name that means “little donkey” in Spanish?

28. George Washington and Thomas Jefferson are characters in which Lin-Manuel Miranda musical?

29. In which US city is the Golden Gate Bridge located?

30. The US singer, rapper and flute-player born Melissa Jefferson is better known by what one-word stage name?

31. The islands of Phuket and Koh Phangan are part of which Asian country?

32. What does the letter “E” stand for in the business title “CEO”?

33. Which TV comedy drama series features Northern Irish teenage characters named Erin, Orla, Clare and Michelle?

34. The island of Hawaii is located in which ocean?

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Hawaii is a paradise for surfers and honeymooners – but which ocean is it surrounded by? (Photo: Adam Hester/Getty/Tetra)

35. Better Call Saul is a spin-off series from which TV crime drama?

36. In the Harry Potter series of books, what type of animal is Hedwig?

37. Which 90s supermodel is the mother of model Kaia Gerber?

38. Which children’s song, made by Pinkfong, became the first YouTube video to be watched more than 10 billion times?

39. ‘Psychodrama’ was the Brit award-winning debut album for which British rapper?

40. The popular ski resorts Val d’Isère and Chamonix form part of which European mountain range?


1. Orange

2. Olsen

3. Wiltshire

4. The Lion King

5. Factor

6. Orange is the New Black

7. Yellow

8. Elbow

9. Almond

10. Life of Pi

11. Borat

12. 30

13. Tuna

14. Alton Towers

15. Boxing

16. Finding Dory

17. Fort Knox

18. Wakanda

19. Tom Brady

20. Fortnite

21. Sweden

22. Not Gonna Lie

23. Maple

24. Breaststroke

25. Japan

26. Marathon

27. Burrito

28. Hamilton

29. San Francisco

30. Lizzo

31. Thailand

32. Executive

33. Derry Girls

34. Pacific Ocean

35. Breaking Bad

36. Owl

37. Cindy Crawford

38. “Baby Shark”

39. Dave

40. The Alps

Watch Cheat on Netflix from Wednesday 1 March

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