Netflix is expanding its presence on YouTube. Netflix UK collaborates with After Party Studios, and Stephen Tries on a new series based on various Netflix prototypes, such as Squid Game, Project Power, and The Harder They Fall.
Stephen Tries, 26, is a UK-based YouTuber known for his comedy videos on his main channel and podcasts. The essays also appear frequently on the famous YouTube channel Sidemen.
A total of six episodes of a new YouTube series called Stephen Tries Cunning Stunts will be released on YouTube on November 12th.
New episodes are expected to appear each month, with each episode lasting about 10 minutes.
The series will only be available on Stef. I was watching Netflix on YouTube, a channel operated by Netflix UK. Netflix US uses a similar track called the Netflix Film Club.
After Party Studios will produce the new series (a London-based production company run by Callum McGinley, known as the YouTube username Callux).
The premise of the new series is that Stephen looks to meet tuners and stunt artists who will participate in and demonstrate some of the stunts you can find on the famous Netflix prototypes. In the first episode, we will see Steven set fire with the help of British stuntman Justin Pearson, who has stunted for two appearances in James Bond and Wonder Woman and Avengers: Age of Ultron, to the “fire” outside. Repeat the power of the design.
We have already documented Netflix’s extensive presence on YouTube (Emily Horgan, for example, gave a good summary of Netflix JR’s efforts). Stef Watching Netflix is also an interesting case study. The most popular videos are clips of primary Netflix prototypes. Still, they have had some success with interviews with actors from Netflix shows.
Recently, the channel has crossed social media brands like Strong Black Lead and Netflix Geeked. This new effort shows that Netflix UK is seeking to attract YouTubers to increase its content on YouTube and one with YouTube an established audience dedicated to presenting to a new audience.