As a New Year’s gift, Netflix recently launched Cobra Kai season 3 and now we’re curious for even more episodes.
After the show relocated from YouTube back in August 2020, the Karate Kid continuation has become a big success for Netflix. After its premiere, Season 3 placed at the peak of the Netflix Top 10 chart. So, it’s safe to say viewers will be excited for season 4 of Cobra Kai. The air is filled with the question about the next season of the series.
There was a lot of news about the script for the season in October. By tweeting, showrunner Jon Hurwitz publicly announced that the scriptwriters of the show had finally finished the most anticipated scripts for the entire fourth season.
Shooting scenes are planned to take place in Atlanta from January 20 to April 15, according to ProductionWeekly.
The first two seasons of Cobra Kai, from shooting to premiere, had a production period of around six months. Due to these unavoidable global pandemics, Season 3, however, took almost a year. We’re assuming that season 4 will be released in the late fall of 2021, based on those schedules.
Cobra Kai Season 4: Cast
William Zabka will continue to lead the cast of Cobra Kai season 4 as Johnny and Ralph Macchio as Daniel LaRusso. Martin Kove as John Kreese and the students of the rival dojos are also going to return:
- Xolo Maridueña as Miguel Diaz
- Tanner Buchanan as Robby Keene
- Mary Mouser as Samantha LaRusso, Daniel’s daughter
- Jacob Bertrand as Eli “Hawk” Moskowitz
- Gianni Decenzo as Demetri
- Peyton List as Tory Nichols
Potential Plots And Spoilers
Another all-out brawl ended in season 3, this time separating Cobra Kai students against their old friends (presently, members of the Eagle Fang dojo) and Miyagi-do participants. And it occurred at the home of LaRusso!
Johnny, then Daniel, at the Cobra Kai dojo, threatened John Kreese, promise doing whatever it takes to stop him. Kreese proposed to them an agreement: If they win the revived All Valley Tournament, he will leave the town. Johnny and Daniel meet up the next day to start teaching their combined dojo students.
The finale has also seen Kreese making a phone call to his old friend Terry Silver from Vietnam (season 3 featured flashbacks to their time as POWs). Terry, who funded Cobra Kai, is a rich businessman. Terry was the primary villain in Karate Kid Part III.