A big part of YouTube’s plan for premium subscription service YouTube Red revolves around original programs created by the site’s most popular stars. On May 25th, two more of those shows premiered: CollegeHumor’s Bad Internet, and Fine Bros Entertainment (FBE)’s Sing It!.
Both Bad Internet and Sing It! look to expand the appeal of their respective producers through high-quality, long-form episodes. The former series applies CollegeHumor’s tendency to spoof web culture across a series of sketches that poke fun at companies like BuzzFeed and Uber, while the latter show continues FBE’s quest to lampoon the music industry, which began with the 52-episode web series MyMusic.
The first episodes of both Bad Internet and Sing It! are available for free on the YouTube channels of their respective producers. If you want to catch future installments, you’ll need to subscribe to YouTube Red, which costs $9.99 per month.
Other original programs released through YouTube Red include Lilly Singh’s A Trip To Unicorn Island, Rooster Teeth’s Lazer Team, and several others. Future contributions to the platform’s slate will come from popular creators like “Game Theorist” Matthew Patrick and Joey Graceffa.
New episodes of Bad Internet and Sing It! (which both have 10 episodes in their respective first seasons) will arrive each week.