Fine Brothers Entertainment announced today that the latest iteration of its React series — which features kids, teens, college kids, elders, YouTubers, and more — will feature traditional Hollywood celebrities. The new series, dubbed Celebs React, will premiere exclusively on Fullscreen‘s eponymous streaming service on Nov. 1.
Participants include James Van Der Beek, Kevin Hart, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Candace Cameron Bure, Keegan Allen, Lance Bass, Ta’Rhonda Jones, Hannibal Buress, Christina Milian, Mark Cuban, Ross Mathews, Tegan & Sara, and more. Digital heavyweights like Grace Helbig, Tyler Oakley, Jenn McAllister, SuperFruit. and Todrick Hall are also slated to appear in the series, which will feature reactions to oddball videos from across the web.
In addition to video reactions, Celebs React will also features virtual reality games, strange food taste tests, and Internet challenges, according to a release. The series was created by beloved YouTube duo Benny and Rafi Fine, who also serve as executive producers alongside Max Benator, Tara Siener, and Brandie Tucker. A total of eight 25-minute episodes will premiere exclusively on Fullscreen every Tuesday, with the season set to conclude on Dec. 20.
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This isn’t the first time that the Fine Brothers have expanded their React franchise to other platforms. In 2014, they partnered with Nick Cannon and Nickelodeon on a TV show inspired by the digital format entitled React To That. The franchise also encountered some controversy earlier this year with an initiative titled React World by which it hoped to open the franchise up to the masses. But following a wave of intense backlash, the company shelved plans for the licensing program, gave up the trademarks for its React formats, and announced its intention to rescind ContentID claims.
The Fullscreen subscription platform, launched in April, is priced at $4.99 per month and is home to original shows including Jack & Dean of All Trades, Keeping Score, and House Divided, as well as talk formats Shane & Friends, Zall Good with Alexis G. Zall, and Not Too Deep With Grace Helbig.