As discussed in a recent edition of Life in a Shanty Town, you should get YouTube Red anyway, because it's the streaming service that pays artists the absolute least, and you can use it to stream all kinds of things that aren't available on Spotify, Apple Music, Tidal et al.
One time I took a look at the original programming that comes with the service, but it was all either garbage or intended for young people—in most cases, both. I know they've had a problem with weird child abuse videos and conspiracy theories, and I wouldn't be surprised if that's somehow related.
Cobra Kai might be the first worthwhile thing they've come up with, and boy is it a doozy. It's a sort of reboot of the Karate Kid, not unlike the new alt-right version of Roseanne, with Ralph Macchio and Billy Zabka reprising their roles as Daniel LaRusso and Johnny Lawrence respectively.
It's everything you'd hope a Karate Kid reboot would be: Zabka's character is vaguely racist, still drives a Trans-Am and listens to hair metal, eats fried bologna and drinks Coors Banquet stubbies as if they're going out of style. I hope his remarks on modern social mores aren't lost on the show's younger viewers.
That is, if there are any younger viewers. Truth be told, this show might not make any sense if you didn't spend the '80s wearing out VHS copies of the first two movies. But if you're not like 56 at this point, why would you even be reading this? Do you even know how to read?