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'Prank Academy' Is The Latest Original Series From YouTube Red

Jesse and Jeana of BFvsGF show top digital stars how to pull off elaborate pranks.

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  • When YouTube Red launched in February (to much fanfare in the digital world, and little fanfare everywhere else), it came with only a few originals and the promise of ad-free YouTube viewing.

    We got Lazer Team – a film from Rooster Teeth – the original series Scare PewDiePie, and a handful of other goodies.

    This week brings YouTube Red's latest original series, Prank Academy, featuring Jesse and Jeana of PrankVsPrank and BFvsGF.

    The 18-episode series sees Jesse and Jeana teaching a cadre of YouTube guest stars how to pull off their style of ambitious prank. Apparently Joey Graceffa, iJustine, Miranda Sings and others need instruction on how to fill one's house with plastic balls or rent a Lamborghini.

    The show is available now on YouTube Red. Watch a sneak peak below, featuring Shay Carl in an attempt to prank his brothers into thinking they're ruining a girl's sweet 16 party.

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