People.com Entertainment TV TikTok's Hype House Lands New Netflix Reality Show The Los Angeles creative collective originally formed in late 2019 when a handful of TikTok's biggest stars moved into a house together By Jodi Guglielmi Jodi Guglielmi Instagram Twitter Writer-Reporter, PEOPLE People Editorial Guidelines Published on April 22, 2021 01:35 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Photo: CARLOS GONZALEZ/NETFLIX TikTok's Hype House is getting their own show. Social media stars and Hype House members Kouvr Annon, Nikita Dragun, Sienna Mae Gomez, Chase Hudson, Larri Merritt, Thomas Petrou, Alex Warren and Jack Wright have landed a Netflix reality series, the streaming service announced Thursday. The currently untitled series will follow the group as they "open their lives to the world and show a side of themselves and their relationships we've seldom seen," according to the synopsis. "From humble beginnings to overnight fame, these are the stories of the most popular personalities on social media as they come into their own, fall in love and tackle the next stage of their lives." The Los Angeles creative collective originally formed in late 2019 when a handful of TikTok's biggest stars moved into a house together. Never miss a story — sign up for PEOPLE's free weekly newsletter to get the biggest news of the week delivered to your inbox every Friday. Notably missing from the upcoming project is former Hype House member Tony Lopez, who was accused of sexual battery and emotional distress by two teenage girls earlier this year. In a lawsuit obtained by PEOPLE, the two girls both claimed the 21-year-old attempted to coerce them into sexual encounters and solicited explicit photos from them, despite knowing they were underage. Lopez denied the allegations in a statement to PEOPLE at the time, saying, "This whole thing seems like a money grab to me. I'm going to fight it to the very end. I will not allow them to continue to slander my name and attack my character." TikTok Stars Charli D'Amelio and Sister Dixie Land Family Reality Show at Hulu The Hype House Netflix series isn't the only TikTok reality show in the works. Former Hype House members and sisters Charli and Dixie D'Amelio are expected to debut their own docuseries on Hulu later this year. Sway House, another creative collective, also scored a Facebook Watch reality series following the friendships and heartbreaks of Bryce Hall, Blake Gray, Noah Beck and Kio Cyr, titled Sway Life.