Mashable and Above Average have just released a new piece of programming. The digital media publisher and the online video branch of the production company Broadway Video have teamed up with the YouTube channel Tripp and Tyler to launch the web series The Tripp & Tyler Show: Finding the Humor IRL, which debuted on May 19, 2015.

Produced by Above Average, The Tripp & Tyler Show stars the comedy YouTubers Tyler Stanton and Tripp Crosby, who have over 160,000 subscribers and more than 51 million video views on their channel. The Mashable series is a variety show, with Tripp and Tyler hosting comical segments such as “Facts You Didn’t Know You Didn’t Know” and “Justify Stuff” (which are both self-explanatory titles).

The Tripp & Tyler Show will be a great addition to our increasingly robust suite of video offerings that bring the best of Mashable to life for both our community and our brand partners,” said Adam Ostrow, Chief Strategy Officer at Mashable, in a release. “We’re very excited to be partnering with Above Average and Tripp & Tyler, who continuously produce some of the most engaging and entertaining content for the digital generation.”

“Tripp & Tyler’s one-of-a-kind, accessible brand of comedy has long deserved a regular, weekly format, and we are thrilled to be bringing it to life,” added Jennifer Danielson, General Manager of Above Average. “As one of the Above Average network’s top content partners, Tripp & Tyler have countless ideas of how to make their new weekly show the web’s next ‘must-see,’ and there is no more connected audience to first introduce it to than that of Mashable’s.”

You can watch The Tripp & Tyler Show on, Tripp and Tyler’s YouTube channel, or on (where you can also access more short-form content based on the web series). New episodes of The Tripp & Tyler Show: Finding the Humor IRL will be available every Tuesday.

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