REACT, also known as the React Channel, is a YouTube channel created by FBE featuring all new content involving the generations involved in the React videos on the FBE channel.
It is comprised of the same five divisions from the FBE reaction channel videos, Kids, Teens, College Kids, Adults and Elders React. The React channel specifically houses new diverse shows for the stars of the React videos (Kids, Teens, Adults and Elders) and FBE staff, specifically featuring gaming, food, music, advice, and game shows. REACT is also known as the fastest channel to reach a million subscribers since the announced release of the channel. At the moment, it's PewDiePie's "jacksepticeye2", however, the channel no longer exists.
As of July 2019, REACT is the 136th most subscribed YouTube channel in the United States, with over 12 million subscribers and 4 billion views.
On the channel, you will find the bonus episodes to Kids, Teens and Elders react. There are also 6 original shows shown.
These shows air once a month on Thursdays unless otherwise stated.
[...] vs Food
This show puts the reactors up against different types of food they may or may not have had before. They are asked at the end of the episode if they recommend the audience to try the food.
This show asks the teen reactors to guess a song by reading the lyrics, as well as trying to breakdown the song lyrics to see what the song means.
Airing twice a week, this show puts all reactor actors (in their respective series') up against new and old games. Newly added is "Let's Play Marathons" special episodes as they played a games daily for a week with different reactors each episode back-to-back.
Do They Know It?
The reactors watch and listen to various things from a specific subject to see whether they know about the specific object or thing, such as kids and vintage equipment, music, and so on; adult and modern music, shows, etc.
Try Not To [...]
The reactors watch a series of videos, trying not to laugh, sing, dance and so on. This series is derived from the popular "Try Not To Laugh Challenge" often circulating around YouTube and social media.
- Challenge Chalice
- Opinions: This show puts all the reactors in one episode and they give their opinions on certain topics (e.g. favorite TV Show, favorite food).
Airing once a week on Saturdays, this show put all three reactor groups in the same video, giving advice to people who leave questions in the comments section of a previous episode.
These were remixes of some of the highly viewed react episodes.