YouTube sensation Tyler Oakley’s high profile development deal with Ellen DeGeneres is dead, multiple individuals familiar with the matter told TheWrap.Oakley and the daytime juggernaut made a splashy announcement in May 2016, with a content partnership that was supposed to span multiple platforms.Oakley’s show failed to gain traction on the nascent platform, though, normally pulling in less than 30,00 views per video.DeGeneres made a point to single out Oakley among several creators she signed deals with when announcing the partnership last year.
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