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He spent his childhood with his stepmother who worked at a car dealership. De Franco used to live in a car until he moved with his father to Florida.
In April 2016, he began to add weekend content, including The Friday Show, NSFW Saturday, and Sunday Funday, but the latter two have not been features as of December 2016.
His network of channels has over two billion views, and over six million total subscribers, with his primary channel having accumulated over 5 million subscribers and almost 2 billion views, as of June 2017.
, hosted by Philip De Franco on the You Tube channel sxephil, is a irreverent "newsy-type" program started in 2006 that uploads regularly, with news videos being posted Monday-Thursday, as well as a special "Friday Show" where Phil revisits the news of the week and answers fans' questions.
In every show, Phil picks three to five current news items and gives each of them a brief (1-2 minute) treatment, with his own, frequently acerbic, opinions and commentary added on.
In reality, Defranco used the Tempe Center For the Arts Theater as the venue for a much more important conversation.
Towards the end of the event, Defranco used a plant in the audience to help him propose to his girlfriend, Lindsay Doty.born December 1, 1985) is an American video blogger and You Tube personality.He is most notable for The Philip De Franco Show, usually abbreviated as PDS, a news show centered on current events, politics, pop culture, and celebrity gossip in which he voices his opinion, often presented in a satirical manner and with frequent jump cuts to create a fast-paced feel.Since then De Franco has been involved in launching For Human Peoples, a channel based on his merchandise line of the same name, which then transitioned to a sketch channel called Nuclear Family.He also helped launch Super Panic Frenzy, a gaming channel featuring other personalities signed by Discovery Digital, as well as The De Franco Fam, a family vlogging channel featuring his wife and son.It’s not the first time Philip Defranco has called You Tube out.