YouTube has announced some new partnerships with top content creators to help bring more original series to their network.

YouTube announces partnerships with top content creators

Thanks to a new partnerships, YouTube will be delivering even more original content from their top creators. YouTube has partnered with four of their top content producers to bring new series to life, and they will also be collaborating with AwesomenessTV. All of the new content will debut on YouTube prior to being available anywhere else.

The new partnerships include:

  • Since launching their first YouTube channel in 2007, the Fine Brothers' channels have amassed over 17 million subscribers and over 3 billion views as well as earning a Daytime Emmy. They'll continue the hot streak with their new scripted comedy series that takes a satirical look at the world of singing competition shows, produced in partnership with Mandeville Films.
  • For six years, Prank vs. Prank have waged an epic prank war on each other in front of an audience of nearly 14 million subscribers and generated nearly 3 billion views on their two channels. In their forthcoming series, celebrity guests join Jesse and Jeana to pull off their most ambitious pranks yet.
  • Joey Graceffa has built a devoted fan following of over 5 million subscribers, cumed over 600 million views and earned two Teen Choice nominations through his channels' daily vlogs, scripted series and short films. Now Joey will lead an all-star cast of YouTubers in his all-new murder mystery reality series.
  • For a decade, Smosh has entertained a YouTube fanbase of over 35 million subscribers across their channels with comedy sketches that have generated over 7 billion views. In their new comedy series, we'll see Ian and Anthony working at a theme restaurant where out-of-control kids and crazy parents are all in a day's work.

The collaboration with AwesomenessTV will bring feature length movies, starring YouTube stars, over the course of the next two years.

Source: YouTube