When is the Hype House coming to Netflix? These influencers are going from TikTok to TV

The viral sensation is getting the streaming treatment. Find out when is the Hype House coming to Netflix and everything else you need to know

Charli D'Amelio and Dixie D'Amelio attend Nickelodeon's Kids' Choice Awards at Barker Hangar on March 13, 2021 in Santa Monica, California
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If you're TikTok-obsessed like us, you're probably wondering: "When is the Hype House coming to Netflix?" After all, the content creator collective has brought some of TikTok's most famous influencers under one roof—the roof of an LA mansion, natch. This provides the young 'uns a chance to create pieces for various social platforms and promote one another's personal brands. If you ask us, it's a recipe for some drama. 

With an upcoming He's All That release date on August 27—starring TikTok superstar Addison Rae—not to mention a surge in TikTok trends, it seems fitting to debut a series about social media's biggest stars, wouldn't you say? 

The head honchos at Netflix got wind of this group and decided it should join the ranks amongst other beloved reality series like Love Is Blind and Too Hot To Handle. Now, this begs the question: "what's next?"

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When is the Hype House coming to Netflix?

Although the production company and Wheelhouse Entertainment plan to create a reality show following the house members on their respective journeys, an official release date and formal title have yet to be announced. 

The Hype House members 2021: Who's who?

Who gets to hang in the Hype House? Some famous past and present members include: 

  • Addison Rae
  • Charli and Dixie D’Amelio
  • Alex Warren
  • Sienna Mae Gomez
  • Ryland Storms
  • Nick Austin
  • Chase Hudson (aka Lil Huddy)
  • Connor Yates

As you might have imagined, love blossomed between a few members of the collective, including Charli D’Amelio and Chase Hudson, though it ultimately did not pan out. If young social media-savvy teens and twenty-somethings hanging out in a massive LA mansion isn't reality TV gold, we're not entirely sure what is. 

What will the Hype House Netflix show be about?

According to Deadline (opens in new tab), the Netflix series will follow house members on their professional and personal adventures. We'll get a peek at different projects, the drama of adding newbies to the group and, of course, relationship drama and the like. We're envisioning it as a social media sorority/fraternity of sorts. 

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Normal life here at the hype house

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Is there a trailer for the Hype House Netflix show?

There isn't an official trailer yet, but as soon as one drops, you'll be the first to know! 

In the meantime, having a look at the Hype House social pages on Instagram (opens in new tab) and TikTok (opens in new tab) gives a pretty good indication of what to expect from the Netflix show. There are quite a few posts with the warning, "the action in this video could result in serious injury" so we're fairly certain to expect some drama.

Why the sudden interest in the Hype House?

Addison Rae, one of the Hype House members, has exploded as of late: between social media stardom, a Spotify podcast and an acting role in He's All That, a gender-swapped reboot of the '90s cult classic, curious onlookers want to know what she and her peers are up to.

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Stay tuned for more info on the Hype House Netflix show!

Danielle Valente

Danielle is a writer for woman&home and My Imperfect Life, covering all-things news, lifestyle and entertainment. 

The heart of her time at Future has been devoted to My Imperfect Life, where she's been attuned to the cosmos, new TV shows and relationship trends.  

Before her time at Future, Danielle was the editor of Time Out New York Kids and a news editor at Elite Daily. Her work has also appeared in Domino, Chowhound, amNewYork and Newsday, among other outlets. 

When Danielle is not working, you can usually find her reading a book, coffee at hand, or attempting a new recipe. (Recommendations always welcome!)