YouTube Red is getting into sci-fi with its newest series Origin, and it looks like it’s trying to give Syfy’s Nightflyers a run for its money. It’s actually a horror story set on an isolated ship, where passengers who were trying to escape their past are faced with an unknown entity. It’s a cool premise—although …
YouTube Music, a streaming music platform designed to compete with the likes of Spotify and Apple Music, officially has a launch date: May 22nd. Its existence will also shift around YouTube and Google’s overall media strategy, which has thus far been quite the mess.
On paper, the idea of Cobra Kai sounds ridiculous: A YouTube Red series set decades after the original Karate Kid movies, starring an adult Daniel LaRusso and Johnny Lawrence. It’s an idea that, if handled poorly, could have disastrous ramifications on a franchise many people hold near and dear to their hearts.…
The only thing more satisfying than seeing someone get their “just desserts” is when it’s served by an underdog. We can all relate when a seemingly random New Yorker starts getting picked on by a bully, which is probably why it’s so incredibly satisfying to see his unexpected revenge. See it for yourself in this…
Harry Potter veterans Natalia Tena and Tom Felton are trading their wands for phasers, as they’re set to star in YouTube Red’s scifi thriller Origin, with Paul W.S. Anderson (the Resident Evil series) directing the first couple of episodes.
Imagine if one of your favorite childhood movies got a five-hour sequel that was everything you could’ve ever wanted and more. Well, if you love The Karate Kid, now you don’t have to imagine it. It’s here and it’s called Cobra Kai.
The first trailer for a new YouTube Red series called Impulse just came online and, on the surface, it looks like your basic, intriguing, YA science fiction series. But this isn’t a basic YA science fiction series.
The best around is back on May 2. That’s the date Cobra Kai, the new Karate Kid sequel series, will debut on YouTube Red. The news came along with the release of the brand new, full trailer for the show, which takes places several decades after the original movies.
I’m still kind of stunned that this series, Cobra Kai, is actually happening. Premiering on YouTube Red later this year, the show features Ralph Macchio and Billy Zabka reprising their roles from the original Karate Kid series in modern times.
Karate Kid characters Daniel LaRusso and Johnny Lawrence are coming back on the YouTube Red show Cobra Kai, and now we know more about what they’ll be doing—as well as who they’ll be interacting with.
When you’re the biggest star in the world, you can do anything you want. Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson wants to do many, many things, one of which is produce a time-travel TV series for YouTube Red called Lifeline and here’s the first trailer.
Seriously, can you pack anymore awesome into a single headline?
We’ve all heard of the 12 days of Christmas—but the axe-wielding creature in this first clip from 12 Deadly Days, YouTube and Blumhouse Television’s horror-comedy series, is a far cry from a partridge in a pear tree.
Doug Liman is maybe best-known for The Bourne Identity, Edge of Tomorrow, and the forthcoming Justice League Dark, but in 2008 he helmed Jumper, about a young man whose teleportation abilities make him a target for religious extremists. The story was intriguing, and though the film got mixed reviews, Liman’s going to…
YouTube’s attempt to break into the original content game isn’t anything revolutionary. In fact, you could say that they’re late to the party Hulu, Amazon, and Netflix are throwing. And in some desperate attempt to fit in, they’ve taken view counts off of YouTube Red shows.
Against my better judgment, I surrendered my credit card information to YouTube today so that I could watch the first episode of the first YouTube Red original series: Scare Pewdiepie. It stars Pewdiepie, a Swedish man who’s become very rich and famous by playing video games on YouTube. Until today, I’d never watched…
Last month, YouTube introduced us to a number of new initiatives aimed at roping people into a paid subscription. Today, we’re getting our first look at YouTube Music, the service’s tailor-made experience for kicking out the jams.
The past 24 hours have been a tortured 24 hours for YouTube professionals and their fans. The famously free video site announced a new paid service called YouTube Red, and nobody’s really sure what it means. But some YouTubers are already making end-time predictions.
YouTube Red, the long-anticipated $10-a-month ad-free YouTube, launched today. Whether or not watching Hillary ads is worth $10 a month is up to you, but one thing is very obvious: don’t get our subscription via the App Store.