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Good Mythical Morning

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Good Mythical Morning
GMM S21 10 Years.jpeg
Season 21 title of Good Mythical Morning
Also known asGMM
GenreComedy
Talk show
Variety
Created byRhett McLaughlin
Link Neal
Written byBrittany Van Horne (head writer)
Matt Carney (head writer)
Aubrey Schopinsky (senior writer)
Davanté Sanders
Emily Fleming
Meghan Malone
Directed byMorgan Locke
Presented byRhett & Link
StarringRhett McLaughlin
Link Neal
Theme music composerRoyalty free music (2012–2014)
Pomplamoose (2014–2017, 2022-present)[1]
Jeff Zeigler and Sarah Schimeneck (2017–2018)
Mark Byers (2019–2021)
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons22 (regular)
5 (Good Mythical Summer)
26 (total)
No. of episodes2302 (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producersRhett McLaughlin
Link Neal
Stevie Wynne Levine
Matt Carney
ProducersChase Hilt
Davin Tjen
Chris Fancher
Silaine Skeele
Josh Scherer (culinary)
Nicole Enayati (culinary)
CinematographyBenjamin Eck
EditorsLayne Watts
Morgan Locke
Kathryn Hitchan
Taylor Dolniak
Camera setupMultiple camera
Running time10–20 minutes
Production companyMythical
DistributorMythical
Release
Original networkYouTube
Original releaseJanuary 9, 2012 (2012-01-09) –
present
Chronology
RelatedGood Mythical More
Mythical Kitchen
The Mythical Show
Let's Talk About That
Ear Biscuits
Song Biscuits
Good Mythical Evening

Good Mythical Morning (abbreviated as GMM) is an American comedy, talk and variety YouTube series created by Rhett McLaughlin and Link Neal. The show first aired on YouTube on January 9, 2012, and continues to be uploaded every weekday during the seasons. As of January 2022, the show has twenty-one regular seasons and five summer seasons, one being part of season 11 and four being standalone seasons.[2][3] The YouTube channel has over 18 million subscribers and more than 8.1 billion total video views.[4]

The show has featured many celebrities and Internet personalities as guests, including Daniel Radcliffe, PewDiePie, Post Malone, Kobe Bryant, Bill Hader, Linkin Park, Terry Crews, and Alton Brown.

History and premise

On January 3, 2011, Rhett and Link aired the first episode of Good Morning Chia Lincoln, a daily show similar in theme and format.[5] The show was retired on February 28, after 40 episodes.[6]

Rhett and Link aired the first episode of Good Mythical Morning approximately one year later on January 9, 2012, to their YouTube channel of the same name. The series' crew only consisted of one member during the first season,[7] but has since grown to have twenty-eight members, as a part of Mythical Entertainment. Fan reactions to their behind-the-scenes crew led to the creation of the YouTube channel "Mythical", which focuses on the antics of their crew and other skits.[8] The show focuses on Rhett and Link as they tell stories, sing songs, do challenges, and more. On November 6, 2017, Good Mythical Morning became a YouTube Original series. Shortly after, they reverted to their classic format.

Format

Rhett and Link at 2014 VidCon
Rhett and Link at 2014 VidCon

Good Mythical Morning is uploaded to YouTube every weekday morning, at approximately 6:00 AM Eastern Time. Each episode consists of Rhett and Link playing a game with varying formats, often featuring taste tests.[citation needed]

During the twelfth season of GMM, the show released four episodes per day. The change was met with backlash from longtime viewers of the show.[citation needed] This format persisted until the fourteenth season, when they returned to making one episode of GMM per day, followed by an episode of Good Mythical More.[citation needed]

At the end of every episode, Rhett and Link spin the "Wheel of Mythicality", which can land on categories such as "6 Degrees of Bacon," "Winface," and "Gifticality". The contents of the wheel often change between seasons. The consequences of each wheel spin are determined in Good Mythical More, a more relaxed after-show.[9]

Due to the circumstances of the COVID-19 pandemic, beginning on March 30, 2020, Good Mythical Morning adopted a modified format in which episodes consist of a mix between prerecorded studio episodes and episodes featuring Rhett and Link broadcasting over video call from their own homes. This format continued until June 1, 2020, when the release schedule returned to normal, and the show was once again recorded in the studio.[citation needed]

Let's Talk About That

Let's Talk About That was a Saturday show that aired at 6:00 AM ET hosted by Stevie Wynne Levine. Before LTAT, they had a few other Friday morning shows, including Ear Biscuits (which is still airing), and Good Mythical Crew, continuing.

LTAT was a discussion of the main show's episodes that week (hence the slogan, "the show about the show"). The show began with a "rejected GMM food", which was usually food that was not selected for a video that week for various reasons but was saved for Rhett, Link, and Stevie to try during LTAT. Chef Josh often appeared to describe the food. The show originally began with the "beverage of the week", where they drank an odd beverage and talked about how it tasted and then used a segue to transition to the LTAT's main topic.

LTAT was discontinued on December 21, 2019, having completed 54 episodes across two seasons. As a replacement, Rhett & Link began recording vlogs on their original main channel.

The phrase LTAT came from Good Mythical Morning when they would say or ask a question in the intro, then follow it with "Let's talk about that!"

Good Mythical Evening

On October 28, 2021, McLaughlin and Neal hosted a one-night-only special show titled Good Mythical Evening which was live-streamed to the Looped video-sharing platform behind a pay-wall. The special was described as "an evening of LIVE R-rated Mythicality as they take classic Good Mythical Morning favorites and add a little cursing, alcohol, sex, and whatever else is on YouTube's list of "don'ts."[10][11][12]

Notable episodes

The third season of Good Mythical Morning introduced the "Taste Test" series which include episodes where the hosts guess the food in blindfolds, challenge themselves to eat something often spicy and disgusting, and compare a particular type of food across different brands. Some of the most popular videos from this series are the "Bug War Challenge", the "Ghost Pepper Challenge", the "Carolina Reaper Challenge" and the "Sriracha Challenge". The fifth season brought the "Will It" series, in which the hosts try and invent different varieties of a famous type of food with unusual and increasingly disgusting ingredients. The first episode of "Will It" was aired on May 5, 2014, on Cinco De Mayo titled "Will it Taco" where Rhett and Link tried tacos made of pine needles, baby shampoo, and congealed pork blood. The most viewed video on their channel is "Amazing Game Show Cheaters" with over 31 million views. It was episode 62 of season 9.

The show has featured many celebrities and Internet personalities as guests, including:

Reception

The show has become very popular on YouTube, with the Good Mythical Morning channel having more than 17 million subscribers and over 8 billion video views as of November 2022. Each episode generally gains over 1 million views.[13] The show has also won Best Variety Series at the International Academy of Web Television Awards, Best Web Series at the Shorty Awards, Best Comedy Series and Best Non-Fiction Channel, Series or Show at the Streamy Awards, among many others.[14][15][16] The series was also featured in The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon with episodes of "Will It Tea,"[17] "Will It S'more,"[18] "Will It Hot Dog,"[19] and "Will It Hummus?"[20]

While the fan response to the series has been mostly positive, the relaunched format starting November 6, 2017, was met with a negative reaction from many fans. Several viewers criticized the new format, targeting the show for losing its charm, focusing on guest stars, and feeling forced and rushed. Many fans also reacted negatively to the decision to split each episode into four parts. While the show addressed these complaints in a video response,[21] the number of views for newer episodes steadily declined in the following weeks, with only a handful of episodes surpassing one million views.[citation needed] Despite this, the show currently has retained over fifteen million subscribers to their YouTube channel. In July 2018, the show reverted to the older format, and complaints by fans became much less pronounced. The show once again regularly surpasses a million views per episode.[citation needed]

Good Mythical Morning won Show of the Year at the 9th Streamy Awards in 2019[22] and again at the 12th Streamy Awards in 2022.[23]

See also

References

  1. ^ Writing the theme song for our FAVORITE creators @Rhett&Link. PomplamooseMusic. January 10, 2022. Archived from the original on November 16, 2022. Retrieved December 3, 2022 – via YouTube.
  2. ^ "Good Mythical Morning". YouTube. Retrieved August 30, 2017.
  3. ^ "Good Mythical Morning: Series Info". thetvdb.com. Retrieved August 30, 2017.
  4. ^ "Good Mythical Morning – About". www.youtube.com. Retrieved January 8, 2019.
  5. ^ Chemtrails Kill Birds? - Good Morning Chia Lincoln Ep #1. Good Mythical Morning. January 3, 2011. Archived from the original on February 10, 2016. Retrieved December 3, 2022 – via YouTube.
  6. ^ THE END OF CHIA LINCOLN. Good Mythical Morning. February 28, 2011. Archived from the original on October 15, 2022. Retrieved December 3, 2022 – via YouTube.
  7. ^ Extremely OCD Morning Routine. Good Mythical Morning. January 9, 2012. Archived from the original on October 15, 2022. Retrieved December 3, 2022 – via YouTube.
  8. ^ "This Is Mythical". YouTube. Retrieved August 30, 2017.
  9. ^ "Good Mythical MORE". YouTube. Retrieved August 30, 2017.
  10. ^ "Good Mythical Evening LIVE on Looped". Looped Events. Retrieved October 29, 2021.
  11. ^ "Rhett & Link Are Going R-Rated For One-Night-Only Live Event". Tubefilter. September 22, 2021. Retrieved October 29, 2021.
  12. ^ Rhett & Link [@Mythical] (October 1, 2021). "Good Mythical Evening tickets are on sale NOW!🔥 Join us for an evening of R-rated Internetainment on Thursday, October 28th at 7pm PT! t.co/waacrqNnKe" (Tweet). Archived from the original on June 11, 2022. Retrieved December 3, 2022 – via Twitter.
  13. ^ "Good Mythical Morning – Videos". YouTube. Retrieved August 30, 2017.
  14. ^ Good Mythical Morning, retrieved August 30, 2017
  15. ^ Spangler, Todd (October 5, 2016). "Streamy Awards 2016: Full Winners List". Variety. Retrieved August 30, 2017.
  16. ^ "Good Mythical Morning – The Shorty Awards". shortyawards.com. Retrieved August 30, 2017.
  17. ^ "'Tonight Show': Will It Tea? With Jimmy Fallon, Rhett & Link".
  18. ^ "'Tonight Show': 'Will It S'more' With Rhett and Link".
  19. ^ "'Tonight': Fallon, Rhett and Link Eat Dog Food Hot Dogs".
  20. ^ Will It Hummus? with Jimmy Fallon, Rhett & Link (Good Mythical Morning). The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. August 15, 2018. Archived from the original on July 11, 2022. Retrieved December 3, 2022 – via YouTube.
  21. ^ A Candid Response to Your Comments. Good Mythical MORE. November 8, 2017. Archived from the original on August 10, 2022. Retrieved December 3, 2022 – via YouTube.
  22. ^ Haring, Bruce (December 14, 2019). "9th Annual Streamy Awards Honors 'Good Mythical Morning' As Show Of The Year". Deadline. Retrieved December 17, 2019.
  23. ^ Grein, Paul (December 4, 2022). "Mark Rober, MrBeast Win Big at 2022 YouTube Streamy Awards (Full Winners List)". Billboard. Retrieved December 7, 2022.

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