Jack & Dean Of All Trades will be available to watch on YouTube from December 2018.
“We’re thrilled to finally unleash the series in its entirety with our audience, some of whom will have never seen the whole thing before,” Jack and Dean said of the release.
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— Dean Dobbs (@DeanDobbs) November 20, 2018
The comedy follows the pair as they attempt to hold down a series of temporary jobs. Each series includes 12 episodes, and both will be free to watch through Jack and Dean’s YouTube Channel, with episodes being released every other day throughout December.
The series were originally commissioned by Fullscreen who released it on their now defunct video-on-demand service. The pair has since “agreed on a peace treaty with the streaming service”, a press release revealed, allowing them to publish the series on their main channel.
“There are entire moments, running gags and references that have never been commented on – it’ll be like it’s new all over again”, Jack and Dean commented. “Handing the series over to our audience feels like the perfect way to let go of it. It’s yours now, we hope you enjoy it.”
The pair is, also, hosting a special screening in London on 27 November which will include a Q&A.
Tickets to the screening were made available on a first come first served basis via Billetto and have now sold out.
“Making it was the best time I had making anything,” Jack told TenEighty. “I couldn’t wait to get up even though we had to get up every morning at 5 am and would wrap at 11 pm. Waking up at 5 am isn’t hard when you’re doing something you love”. Read more in our news bite on JADOAT.
Similarly, read about the Dont Hug Me I’m Scared TV show being announced.