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In this sci-fi comedy anthology series from Jordan Peele, modern day issues are tackled in a not too distant future setting. The show is being described as “funny Black Mirror“.
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On Becoming a God in Central Florida
Dunst will star as Krystal Gill in this ’90s-set dark comedy produced by George Clooney, herself, and co-creators/writers Robert Funke and Matt Lutsky.
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Untitled Comedy Series
Slated for a 2019 release date, this series from the people who brought viewers Happy Endings will star Adam Pally, Sam Richardson, as well as SNL alum Jay Pharoah.
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Featuring Harry Potter alums Tom Felton and Natalia Tena, this sci-fi series directed by Paul W.S. Anderson follows a group of individuals who find themselves on a spacecraft headed to a faraway planet.
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High & Tight
Sung Kang and Danny Pudi star in this so-called “baseball buddy comedy” about a straight-laced interpreter hired by the MLB to translate for their newest recruit — who also happens to be a party animal.
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Untitled Talk Show
YouTube star and former Disney Channel actor Jake Paul is reportedly working on a talk-show style series for the streaming service.
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In this action-comedy series, executive produced by Deadpool writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, Mark McKenna and Ciara Bravo star as dynamic duo Wayne and Del, who travel by dirt-bike to retrieve his deceased father’s car.
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This series from the writer-producer Leila Cohan-Miccio and executive producers Tracy Katsky and Aaron Kaplan of Santa Clarita Diet are bringing a new dark comedy to YouTube, which is about Rachel, a woman whose husband dies while their in the middle of a rough patch.
Between Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon, there's no shortage of new series becoming available via streaming. And now, YouTube is hoping to make their mark with a slew of upcoming shows.
From comedies and drama to sci-fi and more, there's a show for every taste, and they're fronted by some high-quality talented like Kirsten Dunst,George Clooney, Adam Pally, Sam Richardson, and Danny Pudi.
Click through the gallery above for a look at the upcoming series joining YouTube Premium (formerly known as YouTube Red).