Jake Paul announces Uncut series after successful Shane Dawson documentary


The controversial YouTube star wants to show fans the real him (Picture: WireImage)

Jake Paul has announced a new Uncut documentary series which will show unscripted content youve never seen before.

We can only imagine.

The controversial YouTube star, who boasts more than 17 million subscribers on his channel, has released a trailer for the series which will premiere on 25 November.

21-year-old Jake described it as a longer form raw look into my day to day life which will be released once a week (rather than everyday bro).

Nothing hidden, truths told, unscripted content youve never seen before…. & Im really nervous to be putting my life out to the public with this much exposure, but I feel as if its the only way I can express myself, who i am, and what i wanna do, he said.

I dont know how people are going to react to this series & im high key scared… but I also feel like this is something that people need to see..

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i think it will help a lot of people with their own problems & stresses… & This is just 1 part of the new season 3 content plan!! I love yall & hope you enjoy it November 25th!!

Despite it being unscripted, it seems the vlogger hasnt left his dramatic flair behind as the trailer features tense music and includes scenes like Jake crying while discussing his shock split from girlfriend Erika Costell.

Its resulted in mixed reactions from viewers.


Another added: this is everything, no matter what. I will always love & support ya!

However, not everyone is as excited for it.

Yeah no one asked for this dude, one comment read.

Another claimed Jake is after sympathy, saying: We all know its going to be scripted 100% so Jake can make everyone feel sorry for him.

The new series comes after Shane Dawsons much-anticipated documentary about the controversial vlogger, The Mind of Jake Paul.

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With each of the eight episodes ranging between 14 million and 22 million views, the series took over the internet back in September and October, although some called Shane out for being too sympathetic towards Jake and giving him a redemption arc.

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How this series will differ from Shanes is unclear but it too looks set to take over YouTube

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