The Hype House is all set to land on Netflix. The streaming giant has ordered other reality shows. And we are pretty sure that it is going to be huge on the platform. The series will surround The Hype House- Spanish style mansion filled with Tiktok stars and digital influencers. The millennials and the Gen Z population are already excited and can not wait for the show.
The streamer has been planning to get the series on the platform since the last August. The Los Angeles Collective is filled with your favorite TikTok stars, and now that it is going to be a reality series, the fun is double. So, go ahead and get all the details on The Hype House coming to Netflix.
The Hype House is the name given to the collective of Tik Tok stars from LA, California. Altogether all these stars have over 120 million followers on the video-sharing service. Founded by Gen Z stars Chase Hudson, Thomas Petrou, and Daisy Keech in 2019, The Hype House is home to young content creators who became big-shots on Tiktok. Many celebs and digital creators have previously lived in the house as well. TikTok Queen Charlie D’amelio, with over 100 million fans, is one of them.
Netflix still hasn’t given a specific title for the upcoming “The Hype House” based series. But, further information about the production and cast is disclosed. Go ahead to read more about it.
The Hype House Netflix- Everything We Know So Far
The upcoming untitled series will take the audience behind the glamour and videos the creators share with the friend. The show will feature the behind-the-scenes. And will also showcase the personal stories of the young stars. From their journey to fame to talents to future plans to love life- they will talk about everything on the show.
Fans should expect to see some drama that is always concealed with Social Media. Also, get ready to get some intimate details about your favorite stars. You can also get a glimpse of their pre-debut life and what encouraged them to become internet celebrities.
Many fans are wondering if famous Tiktoker like Charlie D’amelio, Addison Rae, and Dixie D’amelio will be on the show or not. But, there is no word from Netflix or the stars themselves. On the other hand, we don’t expect the D’amelio sisters to be on the show as they are preparing for their own show with Hulu. Also, the others are involved in other projects too.
We can’t imagine how big this project will be. The contestants have over 124 million followers, so it’s no surprise that millions will tune in to see the show.
Some of the contestants are introduced by Netflix. What else do we know about the show?
Members And The Crew of The Hype House
The show is part of a brand alliance between Wheelhouse and Hype House. It will also feature some of the founders of the show- Chase Hudson, Nikita Dragun, and Thomas Petrou. Moreover, joining them are Kouvr Annon, Sienna Mae Gomez, Larri Merritt, Alex Warren, and Jack Wright.
Kouvr Annon, Nikita Dragun, Sienna Mae Gomez, Chase Hudson, Larri Merritt, Thomas Petrou, Alex Warren, and Jack Wright — a.k.a Hype House — will star in a new unscripted series that will reveal a side of themselves (and their relationships) that we rarely see! pic.twitter.com/NlRF5j0ZoF
— Netflix (@netflix) April 22, 2021
The executive producers for the show include Eric Wattenberg, Chief Content Officer of Wheelhouse Group. Also, Deanna Markoff, ex-co-EP of The Real Housewives of New Jersey; Will Nothacker, Co-President of Spoke Studios; Luke Neslage, exec producer of The Real Housewives of Atlanta and Real Housewives of Salt Lake City, and Kit Gordon.
Eric Wattenberg said, “Wheelhouse was launched as a one-stop-shop for talent and creators looking to leverage their own brands through content.” He also said that he is grateful to Netflix for this partnership. This collaboration will help to elevate the next generation stars and entrepreneurs.
Wheelhouse Chief Strategy Officer Ed Simpson also revealed that they are initially working with the young influencers through its digital vertical, Wheelhouse DNA. It will help to build a broad business. Furthermore, he professed that these influencers want legitimacy, which only the streaming giant can provide. It will be different and harder to grab attention on Netflix as it does not work like Youtube and Tiktok, which changes its algorithm every other day. Presenting themselves on Netflix will definitely require more hard work. We are looking forward to seeing the new show.