– by Seth McDonald


While it’s may be the best thing since the Internet itself, YouTube‘s original content hasn’t exactly knocked anyone’s socks off, with the one exception being, Cobra Kai the continuation of beloved 80s franchise The Karate Kid.

Not long ago came news that the website would be offering it’s original content to everyone, not just those that were subscribers to their premium service YouTubeRed. This will finally happen on September 24. Non-subscribers will have access to dramas such as Impulse, and Broke, and comedies such as Liza on Demand.

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Of course, for those who are subscribers, they will have access to deleted scenes and other special features of the programs and perhaps the most valuable part of being a subscriber, an ad-free experieince while on the site. Also, premium subscribers will not have to wait for episodes of YouTube‘s original content as non-subscribers will.

Personally, I haven’t found any of the original shows to be worthy of paying the $12/month subscription fee, except for the aforementioned, Cobra Kai, which I find to be an excellent show of Netflix quality. This may be an opportunity to give some of their original shows a chance, even though most of the trailers I’ve seen for their content didn’t grab my interest. There are far more YouTube originals that I was aware of, with so many out there, some of them have to be worthy of a watch, right?

Will this make you give more of YouTube‘s original content a chance? Let us know in the comments down below!

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Source: Engadget