And you know what? It was pretty good, and worth my time to watch through at least once. And it's free on YouTube which is always nice.
The DM is fantastic although a few of the players are kinda annoying. If a few of the players were switched out it would take this production from pretty good to great.
It's also obvious that since this was partially funded or supported by Wizards of the Coast (the makers of D&D) this show actually ties into some of the story hooks from Storm King's Thunder. I think that's really cool.
Anyway, I recommend you give it a shot. They're edited down to 20-30 minute episodes instead of being massive multi-hour productions like a lot of live play games. At least check out the first episode.