If you’re looking for a show that has all of your favorite young Hollywood stars in one place, then AwesomenessTV’s new Go90’s seriess “Love Daily” is your answer. The 12-episode series, which premiered Wednesday, is a romance anthology that follows 12 different couples over a different month out of the year.

As you likely already know the names involved, let us re-introduce you to the stars who will be showing the ups and downs of relationships in this new short film series.

Matt Shively

Many fans will remember the actor from his Nickelodeon days on “True Jackson, VP” with Keke Palmer, but he was also recently a lead in “The Real O’Neals.”

Laura Marano

For four seasons, she starred as Ally on Disney Channel’s “Austin & Ally” opposite Ross Lynch. The show ended in 2016 and she’s been working on a few movies since then, including the award-season favorite “Lady Bird.”

Leo Howard

Before landing this Go90 gig, Howard had his own Disney Channel TV short, “Leo Little’s Big Show” in 2009. That kicked things off for him and then he had roles in “Shake It Up” and “Kickin’ It” before recently starring in Hulu’s “Freakish” for two seasons.

Meredith Foster

While you probably haven’t seen her on TV or at the movies, you’ve likely come across her as you’ve browsed YouTube. Foster posts fashion and beauty videos on the platform and has almost 5 million subscribers.

Jay Versace

He was AwesomenessTV’s other show, “The Commute,” from 2016 to 2017 and also has over half a million subscribers to his YouTube page.

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Anthology series “Love Daily” premiered on Go90 on Wednesday. AwesomenessTV

Jack Griffo

If you’re a Nickelodeon fan, you definitely know Griffo as he’s been starring as Max on “The Thundermans” on the network since 2013.

Kira Kosarin

Speaking of “The Thundermans,” Kosarin has been right there with Griffo the whole time, playing Phoebe.

Cameron Moulène

The Paris-born actor starred as Will Armstrong in the short-lived MTV series “Happyland” in 2014, played Wade on the network’s series “Faking It” in 2015 and then moved to AwesomenessTV’s “Foursome” after that.

Melvin Gregg

He’s a Vine star with billions of views, a YouTuber 300,000 subscriber and an actor who’s been in projects like “Sharknado 3,” “Freakish” and the upcoming season of “UnReal.”

Kelli Berglund

She played one of the leads in Disney’s “Lab Rats” from 2012 to 2016 before moving over to the spin-off series, “Lab Rats: Elite Force.” She was also in the Disney Channel Original Movie “How to Build a Better Boy” with China Anne McClain.

Alexis G. Zall

Not only does she have over 1 million YouTube subscribers, but you also might’ve seen her in the Netflix movie “Coin Heist” or in the web shows “Guilty Party” and “Zac and Mia.”

Tanya Burr

If you use YouTube to get beauty tutorials, find new fashion favorites or learn how to make delicious recipes, then perhaps you’re one of Burr’s millions of subscribers.

Jillian Rose Reed

If you don’t know Reed then that’s just awkward, and that also means you wouldn’t have understood that pun. The actress starred on MTV’s long-running sitcom “Awkward.” from 2011 to 2016. She was also in a couple of episodes of ATV’s “Foursome.”

Cameron Monaghan

His first big role was as Winthrop in the TV movie version of “The Music Man” with Matthew Broderick and Kristin Chenoweth. After that, he had roles in “Malcolm in the Middle,” “Vampire Academy,” “Mercy Street,” “Gotham” and, most famously, “Shameless.” He continues to play the role of Ian Gallagher on the Showtime series.

Sydney Park

Real Disney Channel fans will remember Park from her days making audiences laugh as Sydney on “That’s So Raven.” When she got older, she starred in the Nickelodeon series “Instant Mom” with Tia Mowry. She was also briefly on “The Walking Dead” and is currently working on the YouTube Red series “Lifeline.”

Veronica Dunne

Also a Disney star, Dunne’s hit show “K.C. Undercover” with Zendaya just aired its series finale to finish up its three-season run.

Joey Bragg

The 21-year-old actor played Joey Rooney on Disney Channel’s “Liv and Maddie” from 2013 to 2017 with Dove Cameron

Audrey Whitby

Going all the way back to 2011, Whitby played Audrey Vale on Disney Channel’s “So Random!” and then later moved to Nickelodeon for her role of Cherry on “The Thundermans.”