Mark Rober, Jimmy Kimmel Join Forces For Star-Studded Stream To Support The Autism Community

Mark Rober, Jimmy Kimmel Join Forces For Star-Studded Stream To Support The Autism Community
A prank-themed television series for the Discovery Channel isn’t the only project that Jimmy Kimmel and YouTube engineer Mark Rober have in the works.

The duo are teaming on a three-hour live stream to raise money for Next For Autism -- an organization that works to address the needs of people with autism and their families through educational, clinical, and vocational programs nationwide. This is a cause close to Rober’s heart, given that he has an autistic son, he shared in a YouTube video today (below) that also served as an announcement for the blockbuster fundraising stream.

The YouTube Originals event will take place right here on April 30 at 8 pm Et on Rober’s channel, which is home to 17.9 million subscribers and 80 million monthly viewers. The event will comprise musical performances, comedy skits, DIY science stunts, viewer interaction, and more.

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