Netflix has teased a 2021 premiere date for Cobra Kai‘s third season as it celebrates the imminent launch of the drama’s first two seasons.
Cobra Kai, which is a sequel series to the famous Karate Kid movies, previously aired on YouTube but was acquired by Netflix this year ahead of the release of its third season.
Netflix has just released an action-packed trailer for the show (which you can watch above) featuring some of the best moments from the first two seasons and it brings good news for fans – although it might be bad news for those of you who aren’t feeling patient.
The end of the trailer reveals that the complete seasons one and two will begin streaming on Netflix this Friday (August 28), so whether you’re new to the show or you already love it and are looking for an excuse to watch it again, this is your chance for a binge-watch.
Further to that, season three is also on the way – although sadly we’ll have to wait until an unspecified date in 2021 to see the new episodes.
But if the tiny teaser clip at the end of this trailer of what’s to come in season three is anything to go by, it will be well worth the wait.
It looks like Daniel will be heading off for some training and he tells a mysterious person that Mr Miyagi “wouldn’t keep any secrets from me” – to which the reply is “Are you sure about that?”
Cobra Kai follows rivals Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) and Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka) from the original 1984 movie, who are following very different paths in life now that they’re adults.
Johnny has fallen on hard times but decides to open up his own dojo, Cobra Kai, to teach a group of bullied teens karate. Meanwhile, Daniel has become a successful car salesman and devoted family man but he begins to find his way back to the world of martial arts by reconnecting to the spirit of his sensei from the movies, Nariyoshi Miyagi (Pat Morita).
Cobra Kai seasons 1 and 2 will arrive on Netflix on August 28, with season 3 following in 2021.
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