i do wonder what the shop owners made of shane and ryan, imagine agreeing to be on some guys webshow and they rock up with matching jackets, 70s dad moustaches, and that bizarre energy
“I think I vacillate between thinking this is gonna be a huge success and everyone’s gonna love the trailer and everyone’s gonna love what we’re trying to do, and then there’s another part of my brain that feels like no one’s gonna care, and I’ve pretty much bet my whole career on something that nobody cares about. But it’s all good because I think no matter what happens tomorrow, I know I did my best. I, you know, I’m working with my best friends. We assembled the best team we could’ve possibly assembled, we made the best content we could’ve made, and we did everything the right way. I believe in this.”
Ryan Bergara, Shane Madej, and Steven Lim have officially launched their new, independant channel, Watcher. There’s two videos available as of now (1/10).
Just like with The Try Guys, this is a huge opportunity for some very funny, talented dudes to break away from their restrictive production company and form their own, which will give them greater creative control, more freedom, and hopefully, higher paychecks.
That will only happen if we support them, however. Unfortunately, I just don’t think enough people have heard the news.
Spread the word, watch the videos, and make sure to subscribe!
why are these ghost hunting bois so amazing? honestly.
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