ajax – Using wp_send_json_success instead of $result[‘message’], die, etc

My usual ajax function looks like this:

function get_modal_playlist_classplan( $odv_video_id ) {
    check_ajax_referer($_REQUEST('nonce'), "my_cool_nonce", false);

    $result('type') = "success";

    $result('message') = "Booooo";

    if ( $some_test === true ) {
        $result('message') = "Yay";
    }

    if (!empty($_SERVER('HTTP_X_REQUESTED_WITH')) && strtolower($_SERVER('HTTP_X_REQUESTED_WITH')) == 'xmlhttprequest') {
        $result = json_encode($result);
        echo $result;
    } else {
        header("Location: " . $_SERVER("HTTP_REFERER"));
    }

    die();
}

How do I replace my approach with the use of wp_send_json_success (and wp_send_json_error)?

I tried replacing $result('message') = "yay" with:

$return = array(
    'message' => 'yay',
    'some_other_data' => $_REQUEST('hello') . ' world'
);

wp_send_json_success( $return );

But the ajax request fails.