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Our2ndLife was a YouTube collaboration channel. This channel has had over 2 years of existence and over 2.9+ million subscribers. They released their channel trailer, Welcome to Our2ndLife, on July 30, 2012. This channel started off with 6 boys. Each boy had their own scheduled day of the week to post a video. Mondays with Connor Franta, Tuesdays with Ricky Dillon, Wednesdays with Sam Pottorff, Thursdays with Justin "Jc" Caylen, Fridays with Trevor Moran, and Saturdays with Ricardo Ordieres, and Surprise Sundays every week. Connor Franta posted his first official video on August 13, 2012. Thus, the start of their channel.
Kian Lawley had been the Surprise Sunday on Our2ndLife for a while before he decided to join the channel. He joined Our2ndLife on December 30, 2012. This was also the ending of Surprise Sundays.
After eight months of the channel, Ricardo left Our2ndLife in a video called Until Next Time O2L. He claimed that he was leaving due to a hectic schedule. Ricky then told people that he was kicked out of the channel and that Ricardo was mean and selfish.
Connor left Our2ndLife stating that for the past few months he was unhappy and felt that his content wasn't satisfactory. He went on to explain that YouTube had started to become too much like a job, rather than for fun, so he made the decision to focus on his personal channel. Although he no longer posted on Our2ndLife, he stated that he will continue uploading to his main channel and will stay close friends with Ricky, Sam, Jc, Trevor, and Kian.
On December 29, 2014 the box announced the ending of O2l. The video was uploaded on under the name This Is Not Goodbye. The boys then made the final week Goodbye Week, where each boy said their goodbyes. On January 3, 2015, Kian Lawley posted the final goodbye video on the channel.