Rhett & Link are the comedy duo consisting of life-long best friends, Rhett McLaughlin and Link Neal. They are best known for their internet videos and are self-proclaimed “Internetainers”. They have been featured on Conan, CNN, BBC, NPR, TV Guide, E! News, TMZ, The Jay Leno Show, Lopez Tonight, Last Call with Carson Daly, and Ellen.
In addition to their web presence, Rhett & Link are also musicians and filmmakers, and have worked in network television as hosts. They own and operate a video production company, Rhett & Link, Inc.
Rhett & Link met in 1984 in Buies Creek, North Carolina at their elementary school. The two became best friends and began producing content for release in 2000.
Rhett & Link have developed an international following through their collection of over 500 web videos. Their music videos, non-scripted reality videos, and sketches have been seen over 100 million times. Rhett & Link have also created original video series for NBC Universal and TV Guide Broadband.
Since January 2011, Rhett & Link produced Good Mythical Morning, a daily talk show. Originally starting out as Good Morning Chia Lincoln, the show features Rhett and Link discussing various topics. The show runs for a couple months before taking short breaks, usually around a month, and then returning with the next season.
In April 2013, Rhett & Link began their weekly half-hour program The Mythical Show, which ran for twelve episodes. The future of the show is currently unknown.
Their show Rhett & Link: Commercial Kings debuted on IFC on June 24, 2011. Based on their hit web series iLoveLocalCommercials, this non-fiction comedy series follows their travels to small towns across America where they develop and produce commercials for local businesses using local talent.
In 2010, Rhett & Link produced and starred in a national television commercial for McDonalds and Coca-Cola, T-Shirt War 2.
In 2009, Rhett & Link served as musical correspondents for the Science Channel’s Brink. They wrote songs and made music videos for three episodes. Songs included the Space Junk Song, Robot Girlfriend, and Hello (the S.E.T.I. Song).
In the fall of 2007, Rhett & Link hosted a prime-time TV show on the CW called Online Nation. The half-hour show featured popular web videos, introduced by Rhett & Link, Stevie Ryan and Joy Leslie.
Rhett & Link have completed two award-winning films, including a short film, One Man’s Trash, and a feature-length documentary, Looking for Ms. Locklear. Both films have screened at festivals across the country. Visit the films page for more information.
Rhett & Link have created custom videos and series (click each brand for examples) for McDonalds and Coke, Dentyne Gum, Taco Bell, Alka-Seltzer, Starburst, and Hummer, as well as integrating smaller brands such as AJJ Cornhole and iRESQ. The Alka-Seltzer Great American Road Trip, done in partnership with Proximity, won the AdWeek Buzz Award in the online category for best online campaign of 2008. Rhett & Link are actively seeking to partner with agencies and brands to create high-quality branded content. For more information, visit the services page.
Music is an important part of nearly everything Rhett & Link produce. The duo has written close to 100 original comedy songs and independently released 5 albums.
Many of Rhett & Link’s songs have been the source for wildly popular web music videos, like the Facebook Song, the Unicorn Rap, and the American Idol Theme Song, just to name a few.
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