We first met Dai Time back in April 2021. We told you back then that this was unquestionably one young rising star that you would definitely want to get to know and follow. Well, we were right! This Georgia peach is unquestionably making moves up the ladder of success. The teen media correspondent and author has joined Brat TV’s Attaway General.
Attaway General, according to Variety, is a series, produced by Brat TV, that is known for featuring young talent — including TikTok stars like Dixie D’Amelio. The show follows a group of teenagers who volunteer at the Attaway General Hospital in hopes of preparing for future medical careers.
“Too often, Gen Z audiences have to choose between the talent they follow and the shows they
stream — and Attaway General offers the best of both worlds,” said Brat TV co-founder Rob Fishman in a previous statement.
The first season of Attaway General premiered on YouTube but, now heading into its third season, the show now available on Hulu, Roku, Tubi and Samsung televisions.
Dai Time is truly excited to join Attaway General and her fans cannot wait to see her on the hit streaming show as well.
If you are not familiar with Dai Tim’s platform, she gears her messaging towards inspiring change for both young and old. She publishes her own magazine “Dai Time Magazine” quarterly and travels the US year around encouraging youth to read with her book “My Tutu.”
As a youth motivational speaker and teen media correspondent. Dai Time has interviewed and collaborated with many A-list stars, including Kris Jenner, Tina Knowles, Storm Reid, and Jada Pinkett Smith. Recently, she covered the carpet and did on-camera style reviews for the BET Hip Hop Awards and the Soul Train Awards.
If you haven’t heard of Brat TV, well, it is strictly all about Gen Z and bringing them the stories and content that they love.
Brat TV is the Gen Z studio behind hit shows like Chicken Girls, Total Eclipse, and Attaway General. Brat TV produces Snapchat’s popular shows Past Your Bedtime and Hot Take a partnership with MGM TV to develop original series for streaming services. This year, Brat TV kicked off an extensive partnership with Facebook Watch, producing a dozen new creator series for the platform.