1. What camera will you be using?
2. If you haven't already, you should definitely learn and practice the basics of 3-point lighting.
3. Or, you might want to take a look at many of the tutorials out there and recognize that most of them have shit lighting, and nobody really cares. Does it really matter for your planned series? Maybe, maybe not, that's up to you to decide.
4. I definitely think that with a little research, you can piece together a really inexpensive DIY light kit, for way less than you'd spend on purchasing one.
5. Should you be intent on just purchasing one, I personally think a kit like this would work better: https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produ..._Boom_Kit.html
. The kit you linked should work just fine, but it kinda looks like a poorly-built POS that would be easy to break. In addition to that, I think soft light is best for the key and the fill, but for back light I prefer something more hard. The kit I linked will provide exactly that.
Disclaimer: I'm NOT a cinematographer, more a jack-of-all-trades, haha. Welcome to the site, and best of luck on your project!