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The Try Guys: The Band’s New Statement, Ned Fulmer’s Departure & Everything Else To Know

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For anyone who has spent significant time on the internet in the last decade, it’s almost impossible not to be at least somewhat familiar with The Try Guys. Since 2014, the four-man group (Keith Habersberger, 35, Zach Kornfeld, 32, Eugene LeeYang, 36, and nedfulmer, 35) have gone viral and gained viewership for their popular videos where they do exactly what their name says: try different things in fun and informative videos.

The Try Guys announced they were parting ways with founding member Ned Fulmer on September 27, following an allegation in a now-deleted Reddit post that Ned cheated on his wife. “Ned Fulmer no longer works with The Try Guys. As a result of a thorough internal review, we do not see a way forward together,” the group said in a statement. statement. And on October 3, the group released a new video announcing that they are working to remove Ned from their videos and products.

“We immediately removed Ned from work activities and engaged a human resources professional to conduct a thorough factual review. We also chose to remove Ned from our releases, pending the results of that review,” Zach said in the clip. “That includes removing the video section of him, digitally removing him from others, and choosing not to feature him in our merch releases. Honestly, I want to give huge props to our editing team for how skillfully they’ve handled that.”

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He also made sure to clarify that because Ned’s presence was more dominant in some content, they chose not to use it at all. “There are several videos that we have deemed totally unrealizable,” Zach added. “You will never see them and that is due to their involvement. That is a decision that cost us a lot of money. We will not be able to recover that money, but it is a decision that we stand with pride.”

Ned addressed the group’s breakup and offered an apology to the group and his wife. ariel in a declaration on Twitter on September 27. “Family should always have been my priority, but I lost focus and had a consensual working relationship. I am sorry for any pain my actions may have caused the boys and the fans, but especially Ariel. The only thing that matters right now is my marriage and my children, and that is where I am going to focus my attention,” she wrote. His wife also released a statement on Instagram thanking those who reached out for her support. “Nothing is more important to me and Ned than our family, and all we ask at this time is that you respect our privacy for the sake of our children,” she said.

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The Try Guys attend the Global Citizen Vax Live concert in May 2021. (Global Citizen/Shutterstock)

Find out more about The Try Guys and the content they have created for the internet here.

The group started in 2014 with Buzzfeed.

While the group has done a lot with their popular content over the last eight years, The Try Guys started in September 2014, when they all worked for the popular internet media company Buzzfeed. The first video they posted was simply titled “Guys try on women’s underwear for the first time”. Their first videos weren’t made under the name The Try Guys, but as they began racking up millions of views, they were given the title. Some of the videos they made during their time with Buzzfeed included viral hits of them trying out things like UFC fights, drinking the legal alcohol limit, and undergoing simulated labor pain.

The Try Guys became independent in 2018

After four years with Buzzfeed, the Try Guys launched their own YouTube channel and production company in June 2018. They also launched a Patreon account so fans can contribute directly to them. “The four of us have worked hard to build an independent production company together,” Ned said in a network announcement.

Despite being independent, the group announced that they would continue to partner with Buzzfeed for their projects. “BuzzFeed has been a great home for the past four years, and we look forward to a continued strategic partnership as we enter this new chapter,” they said in a statement at the time to Tube filter. The independent channel Try Guys currently has 7.8 million subscribers and over 2 billion video views. Some of their most popular videos include getting their bones broken and baking a cake without a recipe.

They co-wrote a book together.

The Try Guys released their debut book The Hidden Power Of Fucking It Up in June 2019 via HarperCollins Publishers. The book is part comedic, part self-improvement, detailing the group’s philosophy behind trying new things, which can be applied to different aspects of their lives outside of YouTube. “They will share how four shy, nerdy kids have dealt with their most heartwarming struggles in life by attacking them head-on and revealing their, ahem, surefire strategies for success,” the book’s description read.

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The Try Guys have been releasing videos together since 2014. (Global Citizen/Shutterstock)

Hosted a Food Network show

Some of The Try Guys’ most popular videos involve them trying out different types of food, but they also have a hilarious series called “No Recipe” where the guys make different dishes without instructions on how to make them to see how well they do. do! They have made all kinds of sweets, like cookies and pizza, to dishes that may seem more complicated, like hand-pulled noodles. Given how good they are at their food-based content, it’s no surprise that they were the perfect candidates for a show on the Food Network called road trip without prescription The series premiered on August 31 and featured the men going to different cities across the country and attempting to cook the restaurant’s signature dishes, from blueberry donuts to vegan burgers.

They have recapped their experiences on the TryPod

With nearly a decade on the internet and so many experiences many people could only dream of, The Try Guys has its fair share of stories to tell. In 2019, the group launched a podcast called The TryPod, where they go back and talk about their experiences on their popular internet show. His podcast has released over 180 episodes as of September 2022 and is available to listen to on any podcast platform. The group has released video versions of their podcast, as well as other shows, featuring the Try Guys, on the TryPods YouTube channel.

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