Roman Atwood‘s collection of good deeds can now be witnesses through YouTube Red. The YouTube star has launched Roman Atwood’s Day Dreams, a series that brings heartwarming surprises to people who have been through hardships.
In each episode of Day Dreams, Atwood engineers a spectacle in order to uplift the spirits of a fan who could a positive moment or two. In the first episode, he helps a young man named Angelo, who is in a wheelchair, live his dream of participating in the action sports event Nitro Circus. He also works with his colleagues to acquire a new house for Angelo and his family. In short, Atwood’s efforts resemble those of the Make-A-Wish Foundation, which has established its own ties to the YouTube community.
As with other YouTube Red shows, the first episode of Day Dreams is available for free. Additional installments are enclosed behind the subscription service’s $9.99-per-month paywall.
“This was an opportunity for me to do something different in partnership with YouTube Red and to focus on doing great things for some amazing people,” Atwood said in a press release. “I’m excited for the world to see the life changing results.”
Roman Atwood’s Day Dreams is produced by Studio71.