After establishing his career through six-second Vine videos, Logan Paul is now a bonafide social media star; the question is, can he excel in other professions? That’s the idea behind Logan Paul Vs., a new series produced by digital media company Studio71 that has arrived on the Comcast-run video platform Watchable.
In each episode of Logan Paul Vs., the titular star tries his hand at a physically-demanding profession or hobby. In one episode, he’ll wrestle a bear. In another, he’ll pirouette his way into the ballet scene. Throughout the full season, viewers will also watch him take on Navy Seal training, Lucha libre wrestling, and bull riding (we can only assume this is indeed his first rodeo).
Paul released the trailer for his new show on his primary YouTube channel, which has close to one million subscribers. He has also announced his plans to release behind-the-scenes vlogs from that document the filming of Logan Paul Vs. on his secondary channel.
Logan Paul Vs. is not the only recent long-form project undertaken by the 21-year-old social media star from Ohio. He also claimed one of the starring roles in The Thinning, a thriller feature film available through his YouTube channel. Viewing that movie requires a subscription to YouTube Red, which costs $9.99 per month.
Watchable, which Comcast launched last year, features content from dozens of producers as well as a number of new and upcoming original programs. Beyond Logan Paul Vs., the platform’s slate includes programs from digital media companies like Refinery29, Cut, and mitú.