Los Angeles, CA—YouTube Red and AwesomenessTV announced today that the second season of their hit comedy series “Foursome” will premiere on YouTube Red on Tuesday, December 6, 2016. Episodes will debut weekly on Wednesday. Since its debut in March, the first episode of “Foursome” has generated more than 5.2 million views and the series has one of the most engaged audiences on the platform.
The all-star cast is back with Jenn McAllister reprising her Streamy Award-winning role as Andie, Logan Paul returning as her overbearing older brother Alec and the original Foursome with Rickey Thompson as Dakota, Meghan Falcone as Courtney, and Brooke Markham as Imogen. Cameron Moulene is back as Alec’s best friend Josh and John Milhiser returns as the eccentric Mr. Shaw. Rahart Adams also joins the cast as Kent, the new transfer student.
In the second season of “Foursome,” Andie’s awkward dating life gets even more complicated when her older brother reaches another level of obnoxious and her best friends find their own drama. Andie becomes distracted when she meets the new transfer student, and #jandie could potentially become a thing of the past.
“The second season of ‘Foursome’ features laugh out loud moments, an insanely talented cast and brilliant writing,” said Brian Robbins, Founder and CEO of AwesomenessTV. “YouTube is one of the most popular entertainment destinations for Gen Z making YouTube Red the perfect home for our hit comedy series.”
“Earlier this year, we partnered with AwesomenessTV to release a coming-of-age series called ‘Foursome.’ The show is reminiscent of ‘Fast Times at Ridgemont High’ and ‘American Pie,’ and it stars a bright young cast of actors who have built their own brands on the YouTube platform,” said Susanne Daniels, Global Head of Original Content, YouTube. “It resonated so much with fans that we’re thrilled to bring it back for Season Two.”
“Foursome” is created and executive produced by Selyna Warren, Marissa Read, Brian Robbins, Shauna Phelan, Joe Davola, Brett Bouttier, Brin Lukens, and Amy York Rubin and produced by Scott Levine.