YouTube king Felix Kjellberg, better known as PewDiePie is getting his own reality show, via YouTube's ad-free subscription service, YouTube Red.

PewDiePie's original content videos recently reached the 10 billion-view mark, making him one of YouTube's biggest stars.

YouTube Red, originally slated for Jan. 2016, is set to launch on Oct. 28.

"For just $9.99 a month, you'll be able to enjoy videos across all of YouTube without ads, save videos to watch offline on your phone or tablet and play videos in the background," shares YouTube on the service's official blog.

Apart from the above features, YouTube Red members will have full access to various original series and movies from selected creators, including a new reality-adventure series starring PewDiePie.

The series, "Scare PewDiePie" comes from the creators of "The Walking Dead" at Maker Studios and Skybound Entertainment. The show draws into PewDiePie, doing what he does best--screaming, laughing and possibly hyperventilating as he encounters terrifying situations inspired by his favorite video games.

In the show, Kjellberg is followed by cameras angled above center as he scares himself. Prior to filming each episode, producers say Kjellberg was left in the dark as to what surprises were hidden around each corner, causing his reactions to be genuine.

"I think what my fans are really gonna' like about the show is taking what I already do, you know, getting scared of horror games, but to the next level," Kjellberg said in the teaser video. "I signed up for this so I'm okay, but really, I'm not okay. I need help, right now," he adds.

Kjellberg refers to his fanbase of 40 million subscribers as the "Bro Army," made up of individual "Bros." Through his influence, he has raised a significant amount of money for different charities. In 2014, through crowdfunding campaigns, he was able to raise $630,000 for Save the Children, and a year before that, $446,000 for Charity: Water.

Watch the official teaser trailer for "Scare PewDiePie" below.


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