Jawline: Trailer (Official) • A Hulu Original Documentary

Liza Mandelup’s feature debut, Jawline follows 16-year-old Austyn Tester, a rising star in the live-broadcast ecosystem who built his following on wide-eyed optimism and teen girl lust, as he tries to escape a dead-end life in rural Tennessee.

Jawline premieres on Hulu and in select theaters August 23.

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21 replies
  1. bladees hot gf
    bladees hot gf says:

    I’m so happy social media wasn’t this big when I was throwing up. Imagine a 24/7 talent show of the best looking people in your middle school I would have blown my head up.

  2. Chris Schram
    Chris Schram says:

    It's addictive to get hooked to online followers and fun but then it changes when you turn 17 0r 18 and begin to gain weight and grow body hair and a heavy beard ! Then it is all over for the cute boy you used to be , and that is when reality hits these boys hard ! and no one cares about them anymore because there is a "NEW" younger and cuter boy taking the number 1 spot ! And you are OLD NEWS !

  3. Stinky’s Diner
    Stinky’s Diner says:

    Michael weis (the blonde guy) is the guy that was in charge of TanaCon, alongside Tana Mongeau and it was a complete disaster. For those of you who don’t know, TanaCon was essentially a rip-off vidcon that was advertised by Tana as a mostly free event, but that there was also a limited amount of vip tickets to be purchased for around $65. These passes were supposed to allow people to meet all of the creators. However, when people arrived to the event, they began to realize that everybody who came had purchased a vip ticket. Michael and Tana oversold the event (5,000 tickets for a venue that could only hold 1,000 people), and the majority of people didn’t even get inside. When they DID manage to get inside, none of the creators who had been advertised as headliners ever showed up. No refunds.

  4. Edward Bliss
    Edward Bliss says:

    I couldn't watch past 20 minutes. This reminds people who think they're celebrities because they gets hundreds of likes on Twitter, TikTok or Instagram. Meanwhile they'll amount to absolutely nothing.

  5. bigtakeshi
    bigtakeshi says:

    Influencer culture is causing a toxic mental health crisis in our young kids today. It's thrusting on them the constant desire to be liked, popular, seen, etc and is forcing unreal expectations on them, which leads to toxic shame when they do not receive those things out in the real world.

  6. Dunnies
    Dunnies says:

    austyn is a great guy,went to school with him for a few years and even hungout with him a few times and just from that i could tell that the man was on a mission…one of the most down to earth people ive met.


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