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YouTube Originals to launch doc franchise ’30 Days With’

YouTube Originals is expanding its unscripted output with a franchise of multi-episode documentaries premiering in December. Each ’30 Days With’ docuseries will present a 30-day snapshot of the lives of public ...
November 24, 2020

YouTube Originals is expanding its unscripted output with a franchise of multi-episode documentaries premiering in December.

Each ’30 Days With’ docuseries will present a 30-day snapshot of the lives of public figures, athletes, artists and YouTube creators over the course of four episodes.

The strand debuts in the U.S. Dec. 9 with 30 Days With: Why Don’t We, featuring members of the band Why Don’t We (Daniel Seavey, Corbyn Besson, Jonah Marais, Jack Avery, and Zach Herron).

The series is produced by Stick Figure Entertainment, with Steven Cantor directing. Jamie Schutz produces for Stick Figure, and Margaret Burris oversees the docuseries for YouTube Originals.

Also premiering in December, 30 Days With: Ryan Garcia will follow the 22-year-old undefeated professional boxing phenomena; while 30 Days With: Hanaodengan tracks the popular Japanese YouTube creators Hanao and Dengan.

30 Days With: Ryan Garcia is produced by Liquid Light Productions. Scott Brown is director and executive producer; Mo Darwiche and Ben Monie executive produce for Liquid Light Productions. Garcia also serves as executive producer, with YouTube Originals’s Lauren Celinski overseeing the series.

30 Days With: Hanaodengan is directed by Kentaro Takyanagi and produced by Nouvelle Médias, Co., Ltd. Kohta Asakura oversees the series for YouTube Originals.

Additional episodes are expected to be announced soon, with docuseries premiering weekly on the YouTube Originals channel.

“YouTube Originals are created with YouTube’s most engaged audiences in mind and ’30 Days With’ serves those viewers by taking them along for the ride throughout some of the biggest moments of their favorite personalities’ lives and careers,” Alex Piper, head of unscripted for YouTube Originals,  said in a statement. “We look forward to telling even more of these in-depth stories with today’s biggest creators, athletes, artists and public figures.”

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