Just when you thought you couldn't get enough of your favorite YouTube stars, they go ahead and get their own TV shows you can now catch them on. Of course, you'll still get to watch all their regular YouTube content, but now you can check out their acting chops and see if they really have what it takes to make a show. We're not talking cameos or guest appearances here, either. No, these popular YouTubers have all become stars of their own shows and YouTube Premium series. While most may be web series and other smaller shows, it's a great stride for many of them.
Always up to something awesome, Grace Helbig made her leap to TV with Electra Woman and Dyna Girl, which also stars fellow female YouTuber Hannah Hart (as Dyna Girl). Liza Koshy has also made moves, co-hosting Nickelodeon's Double Dare reboot—and it's just as entertaining as it was in '92. Other notable YouTube stars with shows include Jenn McAllister, Lisa Schwartz, Cameron Dallas, and many others—so check them out below. You may even find your new favorite show!
Colleen Ballinger is an actress. ...more on Wikipedia
Credits: Haters Back Off!
Jennifer Ann "Jenn" McAllister (born July 9, 1996) is an American actress, author, and YouTuber. She is known as "jennxpenn" on YouTube, where she has over 3 million subscribers and more than 260 million views. She played Abby in Bad Night and Andie Fixler in the YouTube Red web series Foursome. ...more on Wikipedia
Credits: Foursome, Bad Night
Michael David Stevens (born January 23, 1986) is an American educator, comedian, speaker, entertainer, editor and Internet personality, best known for creating and hosting the popular education YouTube channel Vsauce. His channel initially released video game-related content until the popularity of his educational series DOT saw discussions of general interest become the focus of Vsauce, encompassing explanations of science, philosophy, culture and illusion. As the host of Vsauce, Stevens has become one of the most successful YouTubers (with over 12 million subscribers and 1.2 billion views), as well as a leading figure in the Internet-driven popularisation of science and education. In 2017, ...more on Wikipedia
Credits: Mind Field