“Running Man has reached millions of people globally through its unique blend of storytelling and humor,“ said Erik Barmack, VP International Originals for Netflix, “and we are excited to be featuring the great work of SangSang and Korean talent on our global platform.”
The cast cannot be confirmed at this time. As Busted! is a mystery show, cast members who will be taking part in solving each episode’s mystery will not know who will participate in the game and what roles they play until it is revealed through the making of the show. The full cast will be revealed at a later date.
Netflix previously announced it is producing the drama Kingdom, directed by Sung-Hoon Kim and written by Eun-Hee Kim as well as the drama Love Alarm based on Kye-Young Chon’s webtoon. Entering the variety show field, Netflix will bring another beloved format of Korean storytelling to viewers all around the globe.
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