>I think you would have to know the YouTubers in order to enjoy it
I'll admit that I only knew who 8 of the 11 YouTubers featured in that video were, and out of those 8, there were only four people included that I've watched more than 5 videos from (pic related, green checks). Sure, the ERB guys are creative, Alphacat is hilarious and Lindsey is very skilled with her violin...but does that make me want to spend my time watching them react to random videos from the internet? Nope, not in the slightest.
>Like how you enjoy seeing Catie react, it can be the same if you're a fan of the others.
Questionable. I don't watch their videos cause I have a need of seeing Catie react to random shit, I watch it out of habit and obsession with Catie (In other words: No matter what kind of crappy content Catie produced, I'd probably watch it anyway). I find it hard to believe that the rest of the YouTubers from that video have fans as obsessed as Catiebots though, so why the fans of said people would dedicate their time to watching these people react to random videos (that they could instead be watching themselves) is beyond me.
I guess this is just another classic case of "Either you get it, or you don't". To me, watching other people react to random videos will always be among the lowest forms of entertainment available. That said, this franchise obviously gets a lot of love from Fine Bros' 7,500,000+ subscribers, so I doubt they give a rat's ass about all the people disliking their videos and business plan as long as the greenbacks keep on rolling in. They've obviously reached a big chunk of their target audience already, and their franchise will most likely provide them with a stable income for years to come, so hats off to that I guess.