|[05/21/19 - 11:09 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, May 21
Updates include: Greg Kinnear to star in Amazon's "Good People"; Holly Hunter to recur on HBO's "Succession"; and Bryan Cogman reports to Amazon's "The Lord of the Rings" TV series.
|[05/02/19 - 05:10 PM]
YouTube to Make All New Original Series and Specials Free with Ads
Returning series include "Cobra Kai," "Kevin Hart: What The Fit," "Impulse" and "Liza on Demand."
|[04/17/19 - 09:47 AM]
Video: YouTube Debuts an ESPN Films 30 for 30: Daniel Larusso vs. Johnny Lawrence
The promotional stunt is timed with the second season launch of YouTube Premium's "Cobra Kai" on April 24.
|[04/04/19 - 10:02 AM]
Video: YouTube Debuts Official Trailer for New Season of "Cobra Kai"
As previously announced, the series returns April 24 on YouTube Premium.
|[03/07/19 - 12:56 PM]
Video: YouTube and Sony Pictures Television Debuts the Teaser Trailer for Season 2 of "Cobra Kai"
Season two rolls out Wednesday, April 24 on YouTube Premium.
|[10/26/18 - 11:41 PM]
Development Update: Friday, October 26
Updates include: Netflix cancels "American Vandal" after two seasons; ABC orders extra episode of "The Conners"; and Jeryl Prescott cast as Madame Xanadu in DC Universe's "Swamp Thing."
|[10/16/18 - 11:13 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, October 16
Updates include: NBC eyes female-led "Grimm" spin-off; Diablo Cody, Liz Astrof to reboot "Alice" for FOX; and Izzy G to star in Netflix's "AJ and the Queen."
|[07/27/18 - 11:45 AM]
YouTube Announces Fall 2018 Slate and 2019 Projects
Since the launch of YouTube Originals in 2015, Original content has been viewed more than 650 million times.
|[05/10/18 - 11:00 AM]
YouTube Greenlights Second Season of Critically-Acclaimed, Fan Favorite "Cobra Kai"
The 10-episode, half-hour series will begin production this fall and debut on YouTube Red in 2019.
|[08/04/17 - 07:01 AM]
Ralph Macchio and William Zabka Reprise their Signature Roles from "The Karate Kid" in an All-New Series "Cobra Kai"
The 10-episode, half-hour series, coming to YouTube Red in 2018, reimagines one of Hollywood's most popular tales of rivalry and redemption.