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Prank Academy
GenreComedy, Reality
Starring
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes18 (list of episodes)
Production
Camera setupSingle-camera
Running time9-14 minutes
Production companyNorthSouth Productions
Release
Original networkYouTube Red
Original releaseMarch 30 (2016-03-30) –
July 20, 2016 (2016-07-20)

Prank Academy is an American web television series produced exclusively for YouTube Red,[1] which starred Jesse Wellens & Jeana Smith.[1] The series premiered on March 30, 2016. The season finale was released on July 20, 2016. The 18 episodes series is produced by NorthSouth Productions.[2]

The hidden camera series followed Jesse Wellens & Jeana Smith as they teach Internet celebrities to pull off pranks on other people.[3]

Episodes

Season 1

No. Title Episode length Original Release Date Passed or Failed?
1 “Girl Caught On Fire Prank” 14:41 March 30, 2016 PASSED
2 “Stolen Song Lyrics Prank” 12:46 March 30, 2016 PASSED
3 “Terrifying Crane Prank On Jesse” 11:37 April 6, 2016 PASSED
4 “Destroyed Birthday Cake Prank” 13:26 April 13, 2016 PASSED
5 Miranda Sings Speed Dating Prank” 12:21 April 20, 2016 PASSED
6 “Old Man Breakdance Prank” 11:27 April 27, 2016 PASSED
7 “Crazy Restaurant Fight Prank” 10:13 May 4, 2016 PASSED
8 “Haunted Room Prank” 11:39 May 11, 2016 PASSED
9 “Real Tiger Prank” 12:49 May 18, 2016 N/A
10 “Epic Car Crash Prank” 11:56 May 25, 2016 PASSED
11 “Robbery Prank” 10:35 June 1, 2016 FAILED
12 “Multiplying Puppy Prank” 9:49 June 8, 2016 PASSED
13 “Chokehold Prank” 13:03 June 15, 2016 PASSED
14 “Human Statue Prank” 10:44 June 22, 2016 PASSED
15 “Creepy Stalker Prank” 11:54 June 29, 2016 FAILED
16 “New York City Rat Prank” 9:32 July 6, 2016 N/A
17 “Juggling Prank Gone Wrong” 12:59 July 13, 2016 PASSED
18 “Monster Truck Prank” 13:57 July 20, 2016 PASSED

References

  1. ^ Hamedy, Saba. "Here's your first look at YouTube Red's 'Prank Academy'". Mashable. Retrieved 2017-06-15.
  2. ^ Harris, Jonathan (2016-03-30). "'Prank Academy' Is The Latest Original Series From YouTube Red - What's Trending". What's Trending. Retrieved 2017-06-15.
  3. ^ "Prank culture gets back to its roots on YouTube Red's 'Prank Academy'". The Daily Dot. 2016-03-31. Retrieved 2017-06-15.
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