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Advertisement Facebook Twitter Advertisement LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Login/Register With: 4YE JFL42’s eighth annual comedy festival takes over downtown Toronto this month, and Much Studios creators, Jae and Trey Richards of 4YE join the jam-packed ComedyCon line up with their own panel, In Conversation With 4YE.One of ComedyCon’s “In Conversation With…” panels, 4YE discuss the success of their eight-part web series Judge Tyco, which has now reached nearly 2 million views on YouTube, Random Order podcast, as well as numerous upcoming projects on Saturday, Sept. 28 at 5:30 p.m. ET at TIFF Bell Lightbox. 4YE announced the production of Judge Tyco at the 2018 Just For Laughs Festival in Montréal, and now join Toronto’s JFL42 festival alongside other leading comedians including, Broad City’s Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer, Steve-O, and Jim Norton.For more than seven years, the Brampton-born brothers have been creating stand-out content amassing a loyal audience of more than 1 million YouTube subscribers and more than 100 million lifetime views between all of their channels. Since joining with Much Studios in 2015, they have received recognition from other top entertainers, including Kevin Hart and Drake, and continue to increase their average audience growth. In Conversation with 4YE, takes place at TIFF Bell Lightbox, Saturday, Sept. 28 at 5:30 p.m. ET. For tickets to the ComedyCon panel, visit Tyco is available to stream at and 4YE’s YouTube. 4YE’s Random Order podcast is available to stream at and the iHeartRadio app. Advertisement read more