By Sahil Patel
YouTube talent network Big Frame has greenlit a second season of “The Meetup” for its beauty vertical Polished.
In “The Meetup,” a do-it-yourself series hosted by 14-year-old Amanda Steele (whose MakeupbyMandy24 YouTube channel reaches more than 1.07 million subscribers), Steele sits down with various YouTube personalities to collaborate on various projects and answer fan questions on Twitter. The first season featured creators like Tyler Oakley, Lia Marie Johnson, and Sawyer Hartman. The second season, which will consist of 12 new episodes, will bring in stars such as Hannah Hart, as well as to-be-announced creators “from the world of fashion, Instagram, and Vine.”
As with the first season, the second season of “The Meetup” will be available via the Big Frame-owned Polished channel, which currently has more than 200,000 subscribers. In total, the beauty vertical features content from more than 30 creators who are managed by Big Frame.
Ingrid Nilsen (MissGlamorazzi: 2.5+ million subscribers) serves as the creative director of “The Meetup.” The show is her first-ever directorial project.
Big Frame’s network in total reaches more than 15 million subscribers, and includes creators such as Oakley, Nilsen, and Jimmy Tatro.
Here’s a first-season episode featuring Oakley: