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Like “Kids React” on YouTube? Wait for “Teens React” and “Elderly React.”
The Fine Brothers—the comedy duo Benny and Rafi Fine—are most known for their popular “Kids React“ series on YouTube, where children are polled on current events and pop culture (and often prove surprisingly insightful and knowledgeable).
Now they’ve announced that they will expand their series to include “Teens React” in the coming months, and “Elderly Reacts” and “Parents React” are also in the works.
The announcement of the new show begins with a big thank-you to fans, as the Fine Brothers passed one million subscribers on August 18.
“We’ve been making content online for seven years and never thought this would happen so again, huge thanks,” said Benny in the video.
The new show “Teens React” will feature “Kids React” favorite Lia Marie Johnson, who is now 13 and hence arguably no longer a kid. The video also gives detailed instructions to parents interested in getting their kids or teens on upcoming episodes.
The Fine Brothers have been mentioned on Comedy Central, Wired, the Huffington Post, G4TV’s “Attack of the Show”, Boing Boing and even on a Wall Street Journal blog. In four years, The Fine Brothers have collected more than 136 million views on their two channels.
Fruzsina Eördögh was the Daily Dot's first YouTube reporter. In addition to working as a producer for the now-defunct digital channel TouchVision TV, Eördögh has been published by Vice, the Christian Science Monitor, the Guardian, Variety, and Slate.