Cobra Kai Season 3 is coming to the online streaming service providing platform Netflix in January 2021, and filming is already finished. Production on Season 3 had concluded before Netflix even bought the Karate Kid sequel series’s rights, and now the fourth season is confirmed to be in the works.
Initially beginning life on YouTube Red as a premium series, Netflix acquired the rights to the show, and it automatically transformed it from a cult hit into a worldwide success.
Cobra Kai Season 3 is highly anticipated, especially after the cliffhanger ending of the second season of the series. Spoilers for the second season follow as we provide you everything we know about the return of the series.
At the climax of the second season of Cobra Kai, most of the characters were left in a pretty dark place.
Kreese became the villain that we all expected him to be after he revealed that he had been conning the Cobra Kai gym and its students, and the star prodigy of Johnny Lawrence, Miguel, is in intensive care after a brawl at the high school went awry.
What is more, the obsession of LaRusso with the gym has caused a rift between him and his wife, and also his daughter, Sam, is also in the hospital after the Cobra Kai / Miyagi-Do scrap.
Still, the newest season of Cobra Kai teaser trailer suggests that Miguel has survived, at least.
Cobra Kai Season 3: When And Where To Watch It Out
Cobra Kai’s success on the streaming giant is no surprise affection for the Karate Kid films is evergreen, and the subject matter and the types of characters just can not be found anywhere else.
It is about men of middle age coming to terms with their very damaged pasts and how it affects those around them and two rival dojos full of rowdy teenagers kicking lumps out of each other. It’s silly in places but incredibly entertaining.
Given the huge success of the sequel series, another batch of episodes was pretty much guaranteed. Now the third season of Cobra Kai has a release date, that is, January 8, 2021.
William Zabka (Johnny Lawrence) shared the news on Twitter and revealed that season 4 is “officially in training.” If you love karate, you are in for plenty more inter-dojo bashing on Netflix yet. We will update you as soon as we get any official update regarding this.